Throughout the summer, the Orioles invite fans to enjoy performances from a cross-section of emerging and established artists on Friday evenings as part of the club’s new Friday Fireworks & Music at America’s Ballpark series. Following each Friday night game at Oriole Park from June through August, the Orioles will host a postgame, on-field musical performance followed by a spectacular fireworks display.
The first Friday Fireworks & Music event will feature singer, songwriter, and actor Elle Winter on June 1. Winter performed her new single, “One More,” on NBC’s The Today Show earlier this week. Winter is featured on famed DJ and Producer Andrelli’s new release “Always You,” and joined Australian boy band LYNK on their new song “Rude.” As an actor, she appeared in the film “Three Generations” starring Susan Sarandon, Elle Fanning, and Naomi Watts, and will appear in the upcoming Netflix film The After Party, set for release this summer. The 18-year-old New York City native was discovered by Radio Disney at the age of 12.
Other scheduled Friday Fireworks & Music at America’s Ballpark performances will include singer/songwriter Gracie Schram on June 29, singer/songwriter Carter Faith Jones on August 10, and veteran songwriter Tina Parol on August 24. Additional performers will be announced throughout the summer months, and a list of confirmed performances is available at www.orioles.com/music.
“Camden Yards is the place to be this summer, with a variety of affordable, family-friendly entertainment planned for both local Orioles fans and those visiting our city throughout the season,” said Greg Vader, Orioles Vice President, Communications and Marketing. “With weekends featuring fireworks and music on Fridays and Kids Run the Bases on Sundays, to our new Kids Cheer Free initiative available every day of the week, our season-long calendar is packed with fun for the whole family.”