Orioles continue to engage with Sarasota community through "Arts in the Ballpark"

With the regular season well under way, the Birds are no longer taking the field at Ed Smith Stadium every day. However, the Orioles are still keeping the Sarasota community involved with ballpark entertainment, thanks to its "Arts in the Ballpark" initiative. For each event, the Orioles transform Ed Smith Stadium, hosting various entertainment acts. Most recently, the Orioles invited the Sarasota community to the ballpark for free concerts from singer-songwriter Margaret Valentine and Grammy Award-winning artists America.
The schedule has also included the "Play Arts!" event, a free day of hands-on family activities that celebrated "Any Given Child Sarasota," and "Ice on the Diamond - A Holiday Celebration," in which spectators were treated to a holiday-themed show in a festively decorated Ed Smith Stadium. "Arts in the Ballpark" continues May 10, when the Sarasota Orchestra and five-time Grammy nominated violinist, vocalist and songwriter Molly Cherryholes perform "Spirit of America." For details on this event and for a complete schedule, visit orioles.com/sarasota. The "Arts in the Ballpark" series is an initiative of the Orioles and OriolesREACH and demonstrates the club's year-round devotion to the Orioles' spring training community.

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