BALTIMORE, Md. - This time on Thursday, you’ll be getting ready to watch Keith Urban take the stage for the NFL Kickoff concert.
And, with all the extra events happening around town, police are working hard to keep everyone safe. The Baltimore Police Department said it has called in extra officers and there will be increased patrols in McKeldin Square and at the Inner Harbor.
Also, just like at all major events in the city, police will be out and about assisting with directing traffic and crowds. And while police patrol on dry land, the Coast Guard will be out on the water.
The Coast Guard confirmed Tuesday that there will be a temporary security zone in place between 5 p.m. and midnight. So, if you want to dock your boat for the concert, you will need to be there before 5.
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