ANNAPOLIS, MD (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis, Maryland, will be undergoing a facelift to help the venue attract bigger crowds and better performers.
The three-in-one facility, boasting a bar, brewery and 240-seat live music venue, will be renovating it’s interior to provide about 100 more seats, a larger stage, a larger green room, a box office and a separate entrance for musicians.
“It would allow us to gain another level of artist, make it more attractive to artists while still maintaining the intimate ambiance that people have come to know,” Erin Brunst, vice president of Rams Head, told the Washington Post.
The renovations could mean closing down the in-house Fordham brewery, which the company says is no longer profitable.
Rams Head On Stage has performances more than 340 days per year, selling out most of the shows. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers