STATEMENT ON THE JULY 24 DIPLO POSTGAME CONCERT
The Orioles will not hold the upcoming postgame performance on July 24 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Fans who purchased field passes with game tickets to the Diplo concert on July 24 will receive a refund.
THE AVETT BROTHERS TO PERFORM AT ORIOLE PARK THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
On Thursday, September 16, rising country star Carter Faith will open for Grammy-nominated folk rock band The Avett Brothers after the 5:05 p.m. game against the New York Yankees.
The postgame concert is included with the purchase of a game ticket and will be open to all fans in attendance. Limited on-field passes are also available for purchase for those that wish to be closer to the action.
As part of the Orioles' commitment to empowering our youth and strengthening our community, fans will have the opportunity to share their love of music by making a voluntary donation to benefit Baltimore-based arts and music education organizations at the time of their ticket purchase. The Orioles will match up to $10,000 in fan donations, with all proceeds benefiting the Orioles Charitable Foundation's Athletes and Artists Play for Kids Educational Scholarship Fund. Since establishing the Athletes and Artists fund in 2015, more than $400,000 has benefited Girls, Inc., Baltimore School for the Arts, Jubilee Arts, the YMCA, and other charitable organizations in Baltimore, Sarasota, and Nashville.
- Postgame concert featuring Grammy-nominated folk-rock band The Avett Brothers
- If you purchase a game ticket for 9/16, you will be able to stay for the postgame concert in the seating bowl.
The Avett Brothers made mainstream waves with their 2009 major label debut, I And Love And You, landing at #16 on the Billboard Top 200 & garnering critical acclaim. In 2012, The Carpenter hit #4 on the Billboard Top 200 & was followed by Magpie And The Dandelion (2013) which debuted at #5 on Billboard’s Top 200. True Sadness (2016) achieved The Avett Brothers’ highest career debut to date hitting #1 on Billboard’s Top Albums Chart, #1 Top Rock Albums Chart, #1 Digital Albums Chart, #3 on Billboard Top 200 & scoring two Grammy nominations. That same year, the band was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. In November 2018, the band headlined a concert for Hurricane Florence Relief, raising $325,000 to help those affected by Hurricane Florence. In 2019, the band released their 10th studio album Closer Than Together feat. single High Steppin' which reached #1 on the Americana Radio Chart. New album The Third Gleam (August 2020) debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Americana/Folk Albums Chart, with the vinyl debuting at #1 on the Vinyl Albums Chart. Single “Victory" hit #1 on the Americana Radio Singles Chart. The Avett Brothers ended 2020 on a high note with a livestream of their 17th annual New Year’s Eve concert. An estimated 150,000 fans watched the show, which featured a full-band performance and an impressive lineup of special guests.
Carter Faith has already staked her claim as the next "superstar" (Everything Nash) to come out of Nashville. She's perfectly combined the emotive lyricism and pointed perspective of Taylor Swift along with the chill aesthetic and refreshing candor of Kacey Musgraves. Faith has already shared the stage with hit artists like Cole Swindell, RaeLynn, Jimmy Robbins, Jordan Schmidt while performing at famed venues, including the Bluebird Café. In the past year, Faith has amassed over nine million streams with her first three singles “Leaving Tennessee,” “Sinners in a Small Town,” and “Easy Pill." She recently released single, “Joyride” ahead of her high-anticipated debut EP, Let Love Be Love.