The Saturday Spectacular summer concert series at Marlins Park is back!
Throughout May, June and July this season, fans can visit the West Plaza after five Saturday afternoon games for a FREE post-game performance. The best part? All You Can Eat Seats are available for every Saturday game, starting at just $35 — so you can thoroughly feed both your appetite and your musical tastes.
So without further adieu, here are four of the recording artists set to perform at the ballpark this season:
5 – Jake Miller – The 21-year-old YouTube sensation — a South Florida native — will have his teen army of “Millertary” screaming with his latest hit “Dazed and Confused”!
Saturday, May 2nd vs. Phillies — game at 4:10 PM. Free concert right after!
4 – Charli XCX – She’s in the fast lane from LA to Tokyo, and now she’s coming to Marlins Park! Get ready to “Boom Clap” when this British pop singer takes the stage.
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The Mets head to Miami off of a poor showing in the Bronx against the cross town rival Yankees. The Mets came into the series riding high off of an 11 game winning streak against NL East foes and hop a plane to Miami with questions and concerns regarding their defense and focus, or lack there of. After a blowout in game 1 and a bounce back in game 2, the Mets and their fans were hoping for a statement game in the rubber series and instead put up an embarrassing display, led by Murphy’s poor defense and a lack of focus on the base paths by Campbell. Many will point to Niese giving up 6 runs (4 earned) but everyone is entitled to a bad start, and that was only his first of the season.
All that being said the Mets will still be landing in Miami to face…
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GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Losers of four straight and in danger of a sweep in Miami, the Nationals desperately needed a good, all-around performance this afternoon. They’re still searching for one after another poorly played ballgame, in every facet.
On the mound, Gio Gonzalez was roughed up for six runs over five erratic innings. In the field, the Nats botched a routine rundown play that set the stage for Adeiny Hechavarria’s game-changing, 3-run triple in the fourth. And at the plate, this struggling lineup was held in check by old friend Dan Haren and his high-80s fastball.
The end result was a fifth straight loss and more reason to be concerned about this team’s overall status. At 7-12, the Nationals have one of the worst records in baseball, a fact that seemed virtually implausible not long ago. And at the moment, they’re not doing anything particularly well.
HITTING LOWLIGHT: The…
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The following is a Guest Blog Post from Renee Foster, Intern for the Marlins Foundation:
On April 10th, 2015, the Marlins Foundation introduced the 2015 Marlins Charity Partners. The four organizations selected were each awarded a $25,000 gift and were honored during a pregame ceremony.
The Charity Partner Empowerment Fund allows the Marlins Foundation to invest in innovative organizations that are impacting the South Florida community in a very positive way. In addition to a $25,000 donation from the Marlins Foundation, our charity partners are entitled to other benefits such as:
- Select Charity Partner Days at Marlins Park that includes media coverage and in-game promotional/fundraising opportunities.
- A partnership with Marlins Ayudan (Spanish for “help”), our Front Office community service program that responds to a variety of community needs and is now widely known as a corporate leader in volunteerism.
- Complimentary Ballpark Buddies tickets for local, underprivileged youth groups
- Access to Billy The…
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