Maryland’s Rams Head Group sold its concert venue in downtown Baltimore to a concert conglomerate.
AEG Live is now the owner of Rams Head Live, which is located within the Power Plant Live complex in downtown Baltimore.The 11-year-old venue has a capacity of about 1,500. The deal has been in the works for about a year, according to a release.
“While it is bittersweet to say goodbye to a facility we built from the ground up, we are excited for our team members who will begin their next chapter as AEG employees,” said Bill Muehlhauser, managing partner at Rams Head at Baltimore LLC.
Rams Head Group, which will continue to operate the nearby Pier Six Pavilion, is moving on to pursue “other growth opportunities,” said company president Erin McNaboe.
In addition to venues, AEG Live produces big outdoor festivals like Coachella and JazzFest in New Orleans.
The company was rocked by a peeping tom scandal when co-owner Kyle Muehlhauser was caught videotaping women in the bathroom of the Rams Head Tavern in Savage. He was later sentenced to 90 days in jail.
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