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Lotus, Joe Rogan, and Suzanne Vega: Get Your Tickets
Keeping track of when tickets go on sale, so you don’t have to By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published August 31, 2011

Electronic band Lotus will perform at Rams Head Live! on November 25. Photograph courtesy of Lotus

The versatile electronic band Lotus comes to Rams Head Live! in Baltimore for two shows on Friday, November 25, and Saturday, November 26. The band, whose newest album drops September 13, has performed at major music festivals like Bonnaroo, Ultra, and Rothbury. Tickets ($22) go on sale Friday at 10 AM through the Rams Head Live! Web site.

Joe Rogan, host of NBC’s Fear Factor for six seasons, is coming to Warner Theatre Friday, September 30 for his stand-up act. Tickets ($32.50) go on sale Thursday at 10 AM through Live Nation.

Suzanne Vega, a singer-songwriter best known for her acoustic, folk music, comes to Sixth and I Saturday, November 19. Vega will perform with Moby at the Hippodrome on Thursday, September 22, too. Tickets ($30) for the Sixth and I performance are on sale now through Ticketmaster. Tickets ($29) for her performance with Moby have been on sale since August 14 through Ticketmaster.

Marsha Ambrosius, an R&B and platinum-selling artist from Liverpool, England, will perform at Rams Head Live! in Baltimore on Sunday, November 6. The singer has also written and produced hits for Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, and Nas. Tickets ($35) go on sale Thursday at 8 PM through the Rams Head Live! Web site.

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