Get ready to rock The Trop – high tops and hammer pants included. As part of their summer concert series, the Tampa Bay Rays are hosting the “I Love the ’90s Tour” that will bring national musical acts to the stadium after the game this Friday, September 8.
After the tilt against the Seattle Mariners (first pitch at 6:40 pm, tickets available here), a star-studded lineup takes over the postgame featuring Vanilla Ice, Montell Jordan, Tone Loc, and Rob Base. As with the previous concerts, admission to the show is free with your game ticket. The return of the summer concert series kicked off back in May when indie pop band AJR led off the summer lineup, followed by Lee Brice last month.
Anyone with a game ticket can enjoy the concert from the stands, but if you really want to get close to the action, field access wristbands can be purchased alongside the game ticket to get you on the field and right by the stage when the show begins. The Rays Summer Concert Series is presented by Bayfront Health, DEX Imaging, Spectrum, Tropicana and Visit St. Pete Clearwater.
With the postseason just around the corner, this last stretch of regular season games is key for playoff positioning, with the red-hot Rays among the top teams in MLB.
Randy Land takes over the outfield
Meanwhile, don’t miss the other great new fan experiences the Rays have launched. At every Friday home game this season, section 141 is being converted into “Randy Land,” a home for all things Randy Arozarena.
Tickets for the Randy Land section are $49 and include a Randy Land T-shirt, as well as flags, fatheads, and other signs that will be passed around during the game. Plus, any time Arozarena hits a home run, Randy Land fans will receive a free Budweiser, Bud Light, soda, or water redeemable at the Fan Favorites concession stand located in Left Field below section 141.
Interested fans can visit raysbaseball.com/randyland to purchase tickets. Of note, there will be four different versions of the Randy Land T-shirts, so plan accordingly. Fans who wish to purchase tickets for any game this season should visit RaysBaseball.com or the MLB Ballpark app.
“As we celebrate our 25th anniversary season, we are thrilled to bring back the Rays Summer Concert Series to Tropicana Field,” said Rays Chief Business Officer Bill Walsh. “It’s an exciting time, and we can’t wait to fill the ballpark with electrifying performances and unforgettable memories.”
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