Music fans can put ‘one foot in front of the other’ to head to Great American Ball Park for a concert by one of Cincinnati’s own this summer.
The Reds announced on their Twitter that Walk The Moon will be playing a post-game concert from the field.
You can ‘shut up and dance’ along to the music on July 28.
The Reds say the concert will follow their game against the Philadelphia Phillies at 6:40 p.m.
“Not only do we get to play our biggest hometown show yet, we get to do it at Great American Ball Park on a summer night,” said Nicholas Petricca, lead singer for WALK THE MOON. “This is going to be an amazing experience. See you soon, Cincinnati!”
— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) March 20, 2018
The Reds have also announced a postgame concert featuring Country artist Jake Owen.
That concert is slated for Aug. 11.
Tickets for both games are on sale now on the Reds website.
Other acts hitting the field this summer for concerts of their own are Luke Bryan with Sam Hunt, and the Zac Brown Band. Those will be standalone concerts.