Rams Head Live, #9 in the World!

Hell Yeah! We got to #9 in just 3 years of being open! Way to go Baltimore!! See official press release below:

Rams Head Live Listed as #9 in Pollstars Top 10 Worldwide Club Venues
Baltimore Club Has Sold Over 100,000 tickets to date in 2008

Baltimore, MD October 13, 2008, — Rams Head Live in Baltimore has earned the right to be called one of the Worlds Top 10 Club Venues, based on Pollstar Magazines recent compilations of ticket sales worldwide.

The club, located in Baltimores Power Plant Live, has sold 101,438 tickets through the first three quarters of 2008. The total gives them the ninth highest total in the world, one spot below the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado and one spot ahead of Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium. The Recher Theatre in Towson is Baltimores second highest ranked venue on the list, posting at #80 with 32,089 tickets sold. The Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis is Marylands second highest ranked venue, selling 58,255 tickets. The 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. tops the list overall, with 153,175 tickets sold to date.

Rams Head Live opened their doors in December of 2004, and has quickly emerged as one of the Mid-Atlantics best nightclubs. The 26,000 square foot club features 5 bars, 3 food stations and 44 monitors and screens. The club has played host to some of the music worlds most impressive acts, including Jay-Z, Natasha Bedingfield, Kings of Leon, Queens of the Stone Age, The Roots, Morrisey, Lucinda Williams, Rise Against, Marilyn Manson and Bob Weir and Rat Dog. The club finished last year at #13 in Pollstars list.

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