June 22, 2024
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WRNR’s Holiday Hoo-Ha with The Head and the Heart, Pete Yorn, and Joseph to benefit Samaritan House

Does your holiday list include great live music, awesome rock-n-roll merchandise and tickets to the “must see” concert of 2017? What if you could mix in a benefit for a local non-profit group who helps men battling addiction in our community?


You can check off all of these at WRNR’s 2016 Holiday Hoo-Ha concert Friday, December 16, with The Head and the Heart, Pete Yorn, and Joseph at Rams Head Live in Baltimore.  In connection with the concert, WRNR will hold a silent auction with 100% of the proceeds going to the Samaritan House, a state-certified residential care facility for men recovering from substance abuse. 

Purchase tickets for the Friday, December 16 show at Rams Head Live and bid on a myriad of music must-haves, such as: 

  • A Lumineers Trip Package, which includes a signed drum head, train fare from BWI to Penn Station, NY, hotel accommodations for one night and two tickets to the Madison Square Garden concert on Feb. 2.
  • Two front row tickets to the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert at the Verizon Center on April 12, 2017, and a copy of the new album “The Getaway.”  
  • A 2016 Epiphone Vintage Sunburst Les Paul Special 2 electric guitar signed by the artists on the Hoo-Ha bill.

Also that evening, concert goers will have an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for additional music-related prizes, with proceeds going to the Samaritan House. 

“We are so fortunate to have the continued support of community partners like WRNR radio,” said Mike Goldfaden, executive director of the Samaritan House. “Their voice has helped our mission tremendously. We look forward to a great evening at the silent auction on December 16.” 

Tickets are available for online purchase through WRNR’s website 

An amazing concert paired with an opportunity to support the good work of the Samaritan House…a win/win. Get your tickets today!

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