The Head and The Heart is set to headline Colorado State University’s annual fall concert. The Seattle-based indie-folk group will perform at RamFest Friday, Aug. 26, on the CSU Intramural Fields, two days ahead of a sold-out show at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
The Head and The Heart is an up-and-coming favorite in Northern Colorado, featured several times on Spotify’s Sound of Fort Collins channel. Popular releases such as “Lost in My Mind,” “Down in the Valley,” and “Rivers and Roads” can be heard throughout the summer on radio station 94.3 the X, this year’s RamFest media sponsor.
The group’s newest album, Signs of Light featuring “All We Ever Knew,” will be released Sept. 9, shortly after their CSU appearance.
Tickets for RamFest are on sale online — $10 for CSU students, $25 general public — at ramevents.colostate.edu. Gates open at 5 p.m., show starts at 5:45 p.m., no reserved seating.
RamEvents aims to create all-inclusive programming that meets the needs of CSU’s diverse student body with diverse and affordable events that both entertain and enrich the CSU experience.
RamFest is an annual effort by RamEvents to bring nationally recognized speakers, musicians, comedians and other performers to CSU. This year’s headliner was selected based on market research conducted by RamEvents and based on input from the local Fort Collins community.
More information about RamFest is available on Facebook.
Listen to The Head and The Heart at www.theheadandtheheart.com