Nats Postgame Concert Series Announced

by Prince Of Petworth April 4, 2013 at 3:15 pm 9 Comments

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From a press release:

The Washington Nationals announced today that Blues Traveler (June 8), Thompson Square (July 6), Gavin DeGraw (August 31) and Montgomery Gentry (September 21) will comprise the lineup for the 2013 NatsLive Free Postgame Concert Series following select Nationals home games throughout the summer.

“We are thrilled to be opening the NatsLive Concert Series for the Washington Nationals this year!” said John Popper, lead singer for Blues Traveler. “My visit to Nationals Park last season to perform God Bless America was so rewarding that I’m excited to return and bring the whole band with me.”

The performances will begin approximately 15 minutes after the final out of each Nationals game. Fans who wish to attend the free concerts must have a valid ticket for that day’s Nationals game, which can be purchased at nationals.com/NatsLive.

  • sewsewsoso

    yikes. awful list of has beens and no names

    • Anonymous

      It’s included in the price of admission for the baseball game. Lower your expectations.

  • Anonymous

    what, Sha Na Na wasn’t available? horrendous

  • Why so much country?

    • sewsewsoso

      because urban youth can’t afford tickets I guess. Sad

    • Anonymous

      Because that’s what the d-bag who put this together probably listens to. Gross.

    • Anonymous

      What were you expecting, Vampire Weekend? Hahahaha!

      Oh wait. You probably were expecting Vampire Weekend. Yech.

  • Anonymous

    Seriously? Could they have not gone for at least C-List performers?

  • Anonymous

    Were you guys expecting the Nats to line up Arcade Fire or Kanye for a free post-game show? Wait, even those would have elicited complaints. Because that is what local blog comment sections are all about.

    Sir Paul McCartney is playing the stadium in July. I’m sure you’ll all complain it isn’t John.


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