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Rams Head Live, Baltimore

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Nightlife · Bar / Club
Rams Head Live! is an indoor music venue, club, and bar located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Located in the Power Plant Live! district of downtown Baltimore, the venue is surrounded by several other bars and clubs. Rams Head Live! opened on December 15, 2004. The venue features 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) of floor space with five bars and three different viewing levels of the stage.
All Time Low became the first band to sell out the venue during their short summer tour in mid-July 2008. In an interview with Pitchfork, Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme named the venue as one of his "favorite new venues," saying that "they treated us really good and it was really cool." In 2016, Consequence of Sound ranked Rams Head Live! at #91 on its list of "The 100 Greatest American Music Venues."
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  • Took the family to concert here last month. Its a small bar/venue type place. Sound system was clear. Show was sold out but we were not squished into the hall; plenty of space. Outside of venue...  more »
  • I was here last night for a Kix concert. I’m in a wheelchair. They were very accommodating. The handicapped section was better than I expected. I had two options. I chose the upper level. I can’t say....  more »
  • Great environment here. The staff is always super fun and polite. Drink options are plentiful and prices not as bad as you'd think. The lighting was phenomenal and the sound systems shook all my bones. Recommend seeing any band here, even if they're not your favorite.
  • A great place to get a drink and see a show. It’s in a nice spot right by the inner harbor, it’s a big open place so the sound is never too loud, and they consistently have great artists. I saw Car Seat Headrest their with some friends and it was a much better venue than places like the 9:30 club which can feel cramped. A great spot in Baltimore.

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