Shuttle Spotlight: Rams Head Live

Summer festivals are behind us, but thankfully our favorite bands and musicians aren’t going into hibernation anytime soon.

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Baltimore is filled with places to hear live music. From hole-in-the-wall venues to huge theaters, there are so many options. The hard part is deciding what you’re in the mood for on a certain night.

My first concert in Baltimore was at Rams Head Live. It was my birthday and Julian Casablancas, the lead singer from the Strokes, was in town for his solo tour. Not too big, not too small I thought when I took a look around the venue.

From mainstream artists like Lauryn Hill and Corrine Bailey Rae to upcoming musicians like Beirut, Rams Head’s calendar is filled with all types of music. As a college student I know how pricey tickets can be, but luckily Rams Head has affordable prices perfect for students.

So if you’re like me and need your fall fix of summer jams, Rams Head is a great place to check out.

How do I get there? Easy! Bring your college ID and jump on the free Collegetown Shuttle to Penn Station. From there take the free Charm City Circulator orange route to Stop 202 Commerce Street. Just walk a couple of blocks down to Market Place and signs for Rams Head and Power Plant Live are in bright lights!

Upcoming shows at Rams Head Live!

The AP Tour
October 14
$15 advance/$18 door

Mat Kearney
October 24
$20 advance/$23 door

Brett Dennen
November 18th
$20 advance /$23 door