Rays postgame concerts: The Fray, Bret Michaels, Hunter Hayes lead 2016 lineup
We're more than two weeks into the 2016 season, which is kind of late for the Tampa Bay Rays to start rolling out details of their annual postgame concert series. But it's better than no concerts at all, right?
Pop-rockers the Fray, Poison frontman Bret Michaels and country whiz kid Hunter Hayes are the first three acts on the lineup for the Rays' summer concert series, the team announced Monday.
The Fray, known for hits How to Save a Life and Over My Head (Cable Car) will take the stage following the June 18 game between the Rays and San Francisco Giants. Michaels will talk dirty to the Trop on July 16, following the Rays and Baltimore Orioles. And Hayes will perform July 30 following a game against the New York Yankees. A little country music will show those Yanks what's what.
As always, the postgame concerts are free with your game ticket, although you can purchase field passes ffor $20 to get a closer look. Click here to get them.
Want to know more about how the Rays book and manage their postgame concert series? Click here for our story from last year.
-- Jay Cridlin