Press Release: Rams Head Live & HFS at 97.5 Team Up for ‘HFSmas Nutcracker’ Concert Series

For Immediate Release

Rams Head Live & HFS at 97.5 Team Up for ‘HFSmas Nutcracker’ Concert Series
$1 per ticket sold will be donated to the Maryland Food Bank

Rams Head Live and HFS at 97.5 announce the return of the acclaimed HFSmas Nutcracker. The 2013 edition will feature three separate concerts to be at held at Rams Head Live in the month of December.

The 2013 HFSmas Nutcracker concert series lineup:

December 9

Panic! At The Disco


The Colourist

December 12

Jimmy Eat World

Diamond Youth

December 16

twenty one pilots
The 1975

Ms Mr


In the giving spirit of the holiday season, $1 of every ticket sold will be donated to the Maryland Food Bank, which will also be on site collecting non-perishable food item donations.

“We are beyond excited to bring back one of our favorite events of the year, and for the first time, we won’t have to say the party is over after one great night,” said Spam, Assistant Program Director and Music Director of HFS at 97.5. “These three nights will bring together nine great bands for thousands of our passionate, loyal listeners, while supporting an important local cause.”

Single day tickets, as well as a limited amount of 3 day passes, go on sale Friday, November 1 at 10 a.m.

About HFS at 97.5
HFS at 97.5 is programmed by CBS RADIO, one of the largest major-market radio operators in the United States. A division of CBS Corporation, CBS RADIO operates 126 radio stations, the majority of which are in the nation’s top 50 markets. Additionally, CBS RADIO owns and operates WWMX-FM, WLIF-FM, WJZ-FM and WJZ-AM in Baltimore. The market also programs New Country on 106.1 FM in Baltimore through a pre-existing relationship with Hope Christian. For more information on HFS at 97.5, Baltimore and Washington’s modern rock radio station since 1968, visit

About the Maryland Food Bank
The Maryland Food Bank’s mission is to lead the movement and nurture the belief that together we can improve the lives of all Marylanders by ending hunger. Last year, the Maryland Food Bank distributed more than 33 million pounds of food to a network of 975 soup kitchens, pantries and shelters across the state. For more information, visit

About Rams Head Live
With a capacity of 1400, Rams Head Live opened in 2004 in Baltimore, Md. and has hosted more than 1 million music fans since inception. According to Pollstar, Rams Head Live ranks No. 7 in the United States and No. 10 world-wide among all club venues. Rams Head also operates the 4,200 capacity waterside Pier Six Pavilion in the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, and the intimate Rams Head On Stage, currently the No. 24 club venue in the United States and No. 26 worldwide, in Annapolis, Md. Collectively, the company produces more than 600 concerts per year. For more information, visit

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