Pier Six Pavilion, Baltimore’s premier outdoor music venue on the inner harbor, has partnered with Rock & Bus to provide accessible transportation to and from the venue for the 2013 season.

“We are thrilled to be working with Rock & Bus to add another easy transportation option for our music fans who come as far as Delaware, Pennsylvania & Virginia, and everywhere in between,” said Rams Head Vice President Erin McNaboe. “No longer do you have to ask the age-old question of ‘Who’s Driving?’ – just organize a Rock & Bus to handle the driving for you!”

Rock & Bus offers transportation from a variety of locations in Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia and Pennsylvania to Pier Six. The buses are luxury motorcoaches equipped with bathrooms, A/V capabilities including TVs and DVD players. Select buses also include WIFI and power outlets.

Rock & Bus’s chartered buses rely on the power of the fans through the internet and word of mouth in order to activate each stop. Here’s how it works: Reserve a spot for a desired bus stop and help spread the word. The bus stop is activated at 25 passengers reserved. Should capacity fall short at a particular stop, Rock & Bus will either merge it with another or provide a full refund. (Notification will take place at least 2 weeks prior to the event so that alternate arrangements can be made). For more information about Rock & Bus, visit their FAQ.

To purchase Rock & Bus transportation to Pier Six, visit http://piersixpavilion.rockandbus.com/.

Note: All concert tickets for Pier Six Pavilion shows must be purchased separately from bus transportation.

Pier Six Pavilion kicked off the 2013 season in May. Upcoming shows include Sting, Darius Rucker, Daughtry & 3 Doors Down, Sublime With Rome, Beach Boys, Steve Miller Band, Mindless Behavior, Big Time Rush & Victoria Justice and more. For a full calendar and to purchase concert tickets, visit http://www.piersixpavilion.com.

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