The 2013 Rays Summer Concert Series begin shortly after select homes games conclude and are FREE with the purchase of that game's ticket.*
Full Season Ticket Holders who purchased all 81 games in the Home Plate Club, Hancock Bank Club, Fieldside Box, Lower Infield Box or Lower Box receive complimentary wristbands for field access to the postgame concerts (one per seat up to a maximum of six (6) wristbands).
Enjoy the sounds of the game and music with friends and family. Learn about discounted Group Seating for 20 or more people.
*All acts are subject to change. In the event a scheduled concert is canceled or postponed, there will be no ticket refunds or exchanges.
YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO THE GAME IN ORDER TO SEE THE CONCERT. THE WRISTBAND DOES NOT GIVE YOU ENTRANCE INTO THE STADIUM.
With 12 platinum albums to his credit, Kenny Loggins has truly become one of the most iconic and enduring forces in music. He has recorded a number of smash-hit songs for movie soundtracks including "I'm Alright" (Caddyshack), "Footloose" (Footloose), and "Danger Zone" (Top Gun). Kenny enjoyed early success as part of the classic duo Loggins and Messina, selling over 16 million records which featured such hits as "Danny's Song," "House at Pooh Corner," and "Your Momma Don't Dance." Shortly after, Loggins moved on to enjoy a highly successful solo career which produced songs including "Whenever I Call You Friend," "This Is It," and the 1979 Grammy-winning Song of The Year "What a Fool Believes" co-written with Michael McDonald. Kenny continues to write and perform today, as passionate as ever about the music he loves.
Since bursting onto the scene, Martina McBride has experienced tremendous success over the past two decades en route to becoming a country music icon. She has released 11 studio albums, selling over 18 million albums worldwide. Martina has won numerous awards during her illustrious career including being named the Female Vocalist of the Year by the Country Music Association on four separate occasions - tying her with Reba McEntire for the most ever. She has also won the CMT's Female Video of the Year award twice, putting her alongside Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift as the only artists to accomplish that feat. In the last twenty years, McBride has seen a number of her singles climb the charts including, "This One's for the Girls", "Blessed", "I Love You", and "Independence Day". Her most recent album, Eleven, featured songs especially personal to her, "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" and "Teenage Daughters."
The four longtime friends of Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche and Scott "Smitty" Smith came together in 2003 to form the Imagination Movers and have been living according to their motto, "Reach high, think big, work hard, have fun!" ever since. The Movers have entertained parents and children alike with their catchy musical style "that evokes the Beastie Boys or Red Hot Chili Peppers" featuring lyrics about healthy snacks, playing catch, and conquering childhood fears of bedtime. The band has enjoyed incredible success filming three seasons of their hit TV show on Disney Junior, selling award winning CDs and DVDs worldwide, and appearing on National Television shows including The View, Live with Regis & Kelly, and Good Morning America. Their 2011 "In a Big Warehouse" tour attracted 150,000 fans and was one of Pollstar Magazine's "Top 100 Tours of the Year." The Imagination Movers have even bigger plans for their 2013 tour saying, "Our goal is to make many kids' first concert experience also one of their parents' most memorable experiences. We hope everyone leaves needing a nap!"
Everyone is welcome to watch the concert from the field; no wristbands are necessary.
In 2006, a close-knit group of two brothers and three longtime friends came together to form the band The Felice Brothers. All self-taught musicians, Ian and James Felice, along with Christmas Clapton and Greg Farley honed their skills playing at their family's Sunday barbeques and launched their musical career by performing in the New York City subway. The Felice Brothers, originally from Palenville, New York in the Catskill Mountains, have released three full-length albums, most of which were recorded in a converted chicken coop in upstate New York. The Folk Rock/Americana band combines frightening horn sections, unexpected 808s, heavy bass lines, piano, violin, accordion, ringing guitars, rave beats, and sinister acid jazz in their music to captivate and mystify. They are critically acclaimed for their live performances: most notably, their transcendent performance at the 2008 Newport Folk Festival, where they soldiered on, unplugged, in the rain, and barefoot in the mud after a lightning bolt shorted their stage's power supply. As Under the Radar Magazine wrote, The Felice Brothers find "inspiration and freedom rather than constraints in the traditions of folk music" and continue to delight and thrill their loyal following.
Everyone is welcome to watch the concert from the field; no wristbands are necessary.
Harry "KC" Wayne Casey started KC and the Sunshine Band out of a Miami, FL record store in 1973. Forty years later, his "Sunshine Sound" still gets audiences worldwide out of their seats and dancing. The band's brass-oriented disco flavor was developed through KC's exposure to Pop, Reggae and Latin music and served as the backbone to their iconic hits - "Get Down Tonight," "That's the Way (I Like it)," and "Shake Your Booty." With over 30 albums to the band's name, their music has long survived the Disco Era, selling over 100 million albums and is featured on more than 200 motion picture soundtracks. Even with the band's songs played in arenas worldwide, KC has never forgotten his roots. He is proud to have never moved farther than 10 miles away from his hometown of Hialeah, FL saying, "why move from an area that not only do I love, but owe so much to?" Nearly four decades after first gaining notoriety, KC and the Sunshine Band is still going strong and continues to perform their enduring music in venues around the country.
Canadian singer/songwriter and breakout pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen has taken America by storm after bursting onto the scene in the US with her hit single "Call Me Maybe." Unforgettably catchy, the hit song which she co-wrote quickly rose to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart where it remained for nine consecutive weeks. Certified quintuple-platinum in Jepsen's native Canada the track is also an international sensation, climbing to No. 1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries while the official video has over 400 million YouTube views and the song has sold more than 10 million singles worldwide to date. Follow up platinum single "Good Time," a duet with Owl City, climbed to No. 3 on the Pop Chart. New single "Tonight I'm Getting Over You," which Jepsen co-wrote with its producer Max Martin, is the new single from the singer-songwriter's debut album Kiss, which reached the Top Ten in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the UK. Jepsen won the 2012 American Music Award for Best New Artist and received two 2012 GRAMMY nominations for Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year. It has also been announced that Jepsen will appear in iconic fashion brand Candie's' Spring 2013 multi-media marketing campaign, which has also featured such superstar spokeswomen as Britney Spears and Fergie. Carly was recently named the first spokeswoman for millennial natural personal care brand, güd from Burt's Bees where she will appear in a multi-faceted campaign debuting this Spring.
OneRepublic took the world by storm in 2007 with their debut release Dreaming Out Loud. The album included the smash single "Apologize," which shattered digital sales and airplay records worldwide and, along with second single "Stop And Stare," propelled the album to platinum-plus sales and a GRAMMY® nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. OneRepublic released their sophomore set Waking Up in 2009 and the band has seen three singles - "All The Right Moves," "Secrets," and "Good Life" - top the radio charts. Since its release, OneRepublic has toured the world, headlining dates in the U.S. and Europe and opening for Bon Jovi and U2. In writing their newest album, Native, OneRepublic traveled to cities around the world to write, record, and immerse themselves in elevating and expanding their already-sweeping sound. Native was released March 26, 2013 on Mosley Music Group/Interscope Records and feature the album's first single, "If I Lose Myself" and charity single "Feel Again."
Twenty year old Victoria Justice began her acting career at the age of ten and gained fame as a star of the Nickelodeon show Zoey 101 and later her own hit TV show, Victorious. Justice's vocal talents are highlighted on the show's soundtracks Victorious, Victorious 2.0 and Victorious 3.0 as well as the show's theme song, "Make it Shine." The first season's soundtrack, Victorious, was released on August 2, 2011 and reached number five on the Billboard 200 Chart. Her 2010 single, "Freak the Freak Out," has sold more than 600,000 copies on iTunes. Other singles include "Beggin' on Your Knees" and "Best Friend's Brother." In addition to her successful singles and starring role on Nickelodeon, Justice starred in her first full length feature film Fun Size, released October 26, 2012. Victoria says she "can't wait" to hit the road this summer for her Here's 2 Us tour.