Tampa Bay Scores a Home Run With 2nd Year Innings Festival
Legends and undercards—and music and baseball—collide on March 18 and 19 at Raymond James Stadium’s second annual Innings Festival.
In a little under a month, Raymond James Stadium will dance with Clearwater, Florida’s own Americana duo, The Ries brothers, and headbang to Joey Valence and Brae, a talented electronic, retro-tinged hip-hop duo from Pennsylvania.
For baseball-adoring music fans, Innings presents an “All-Star Baseball Jam” with host Jake Peavy, former Major League Baseball pitcher. John Kruk, Hall of Fame inductee Goose Gossage, Ryan Klesko, and more are slated to step up to bat during the festival.
Former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo is bringing his musical talent to the stage with his band, the ‘04. Ryan Dempster’s late-night talk show, Off The Mound, is set to film a live taping of an episode at Innings. This special episode will host interviews from Major League legends, current players, and some of the musical talent on the bill.
The unmatched musical lineup features indie rock headliners, Imagine Dragons, and the iconic alternative rock band, The Dave Matthews Band. Other notable names include the Beverly Hills singers themselves, Weezer, Mr. 305 (Pitbull), and Clearwater Florida’s own Americana duo, The Ries Brothers.
For more information on tickets or lineup, visit https://www.inningsfestival.com/florida/tickets.
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INNINGS FESTIVAL LINEUP (ABC ORDER):
Dave Matthews Band
Joey Valence and Brae
The Avett Brothers
The Heavy Heavy
The Ries Brothers
Third Eye Blind