Friday’s RamFest to feature indie folk band, The Head and the Heart

This Friday, CSU will hold its annual fall concert. This year, the Seattle-based group, The Head and the Heart, will headline the concert just days before performing a sold-out show at Red Rocks.

The Head and the Heart has been featured on multiple northern Colorado radio stations, including RamFest media sponsor, 94.3 the X.


According to SOURCE, The Head and the Heart is anticipated to play their most popular radio songs such as “Lost My Mind” and “Down in the Valley.” The band is also anticipated to play new single “All We Ever Knew” which will be featured on the band’s new album “Signs of Light,” to be released September 9.

Student tickets are available online at Tickets are $10 for students and $25 for the general public.

The event will be general admission with no reserved seating available. After purchasing tickets online, tickets can be picked up from the Campus Information and Box Office on the 2nd floor of the Lory Student Center.

However, on Friday, will call and ticket purchases can only be made at the Campus Recreation Center’s MAC Gym. A CSU student ID must be presented to pick up tickets.

At the venue, all attendees must have a hand stamp and no re-entry will be allowed. The Head and The Heart will perform regardless of weather, unless it requires an evacuation. Umbrellas, bags, chairs, stools and outside food or drink will not be allowed inside the venue.

Free parking will be available in the Morgan Library, Lory Student Center and Hartshorn Health Building parking lots after 4 p.m.

Gates will open at 5:00pm on Friday at the intramural fields. The event will start at 5:45 p.m. For more information and ticket sales visit or call 970-491-4849.

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