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November 26, 2010

Rams Head Live's Black Friday deal

Black Friday is here. Everyone's offering nutty deals for holiday shoppers. Toys R Us opened Thursday at 10 p.m, Arundel Mills Mall opened at midnight, and Target opened its doors at 4 a.m. Of course, the Black Friday event to beat is Apple's.

Well, it's no $1,000 iMac, but for Black Friday, Rams Head Live and Rams Head on Stage have removed service fees on all tickets bought online today. Rams Head Live has only posted its schedule through December 22, but with no service fees, you could save a couple of bucks on upcoming shows like Matisyahu, Sean Kingston and Wale.

Tickets are sold at tickets.ramsheadlive.com/ or, naturally, on Facebook.


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Posted by Erik Maza at 10:29 AM | | Comments (2)
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Actually, it's no service fees on all ticket purchases, period. That means online, in person and over the phone. Just got my tickets to Alter Bridge over the phone with no service fee. Apparently it includes purchases on facebook, too.

Actually, it's all tickets all day online, over the phone or in person at either box office.

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Erik Maza is a features reporter at the Baltimore Sun. He writes for several sections of the Sun paper and contributes weekly columns on music and nightlife. He also writes and edits the Midnight Sun blog. He often covers entertainment, business, and the business of entertainment. Occasionally, he writes about Four Loko, The Block, the liquor board, and those who practice "simulated sex with a potted palm tree." Before The Sun, he was a reporter at the Miami New Times. He's also written for Miami magazine, the Orlando Sentinel, the Sarasota Herald Tribune and the Gainesville Sun. Got tips? Gripes? Pitches? He's reachable at erik.maza@baltsun.com. Click here to keep up with the dumb music he's listening to.

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