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Dave Matthews Band to Play at Nationals Park on July 23rd PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 26 January 2010 15:56

Dave Matthews

Dave Matthews Band announced today they will perform at Nationals Park – the home of the Washington Nationals -- on Friday, July 23 with Zac Brown Band as support. This will be the ballpark’s second-ever show, following Elton John and Billy Joel’s sold-out show in July 2009.

The show will be held rain or shine and will be promoted by Live Nation.

“We pride ourselves on playing at some of the most unique venues in the world,’’ said Matthews.  “Nationals Park is the newest and most exciting outdoor venue in the DC market and we are very excited to be the second show to play there.”

“We are very excited to have the biggest concert of 2010 as our second summer concert in Nationals Park,” said Stan Kasten, Nationals President. “Elton John and Billy Joel  gave the DC community an unforgettable  performance in July 2009 and the Nationals are thrilled to host the “hometown” Dave Matthews Band in the summer of 2010.”

“Nationals Park has quickly established itself as one of the premier concert venues in the country,” said Ted Mankin, Live Nation. “Dave Matthews Band is a perfect fit for the ballpark.”

The Grammy Award-winning Dave Matthews Band has sold more than 15 million tickets for its concerts, and has been named the top-drawing American band in the world by Billboard. Pollstar named the group its “Top Act of the Decade” and Spinner dubbed them one of the “Top Artists of the 2000s.”

Dave Matthews Band has been nominated for “Album of the Year” and “Best Rock Album” at this month’s 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.

Source: Washington Nationals



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