On Thursday, August 30th Rams Head Center Stage debuted with a special performance from The Charlie Daniels Band. Located at the Maryland Live Casino, Rams Head Center Stage will featuring live entertainment nightly from headline acts to popular local and regional bands. A few of us were able to attend the special event featuring some fiddling southern rock and here is my brief recap of the exciting night:
After parking with ease, my husband and I entered Maryland Live Casino for the evening. With plenty of good signage to guide me, I found myself in front of the the Rams Head Bar located immediately in front of Rams Head Center Stage. This location will certainly make future visits very convenient for grabbing a drink before, during or after a performance. And the bar is after my own heart seeing that they feature the Fordham Brewing Company line-up of beers.
I arrived a little late (kids!) and my husband and I sat down at the reserved booths stage left. Must say, they were mighty comfy and I can see myself getting used to enjoying live music from their vantage point. But, not to worry, all of the seats have a great view when you’re in a 500 seat, intimate venue. Our cocktail server was friendly and prompt – always a plus! And man Charlie Daniels can still get down at the age of 75. I actually felt like I checked something off of my bucket list by seeing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” performed live. I look forward to many more returns and next time hope to include dinner at Bobby’s Burger Palace beforehand and a few hours at the slots.
UPCOMING SHOWS AT RAMS HEAD CENTER STAGE
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. All showtimes are 8:00 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by calling MissionTix at 888-996-4774; or visit www.ramsheadcs.missiontix.com
Sister Hazel - September 6 – Tickets $25
Chuck Negron - September 13 – Tickets $30
Foghat - September 20 – Tickets $30
Patty Smyth and Scandal - September 27 – Tickets $25
Monday – Monday Night Football on the big screen
Tuesday – Ladies Night
Wednesday – Country Night
Thursday – Retro 80s classics
Sunday – Classic Rock