The Cincinnati Reds have announced the team's post-game concert series for the 2022 season, and it looks like Saturday nights at Great American Ball Park will be for clinking beer cups to throwback jams.
On July 9, Rock band O.A.R. will perform after the Reds take on the Tampa Bay Rays. The band, which gained momentum in Columbus in the late '90s and early '00s, became known for its singles "Love and Memories" and "Shattered."
R&B performer Montell Jordan will take the stage on July 30 after the Reds finish with the Baltimore Orioles. Jordan scored big in 1995 with "This Is How We Do It" and wrote and produced hits for artists like 98 Degrees before temporarily stepping away from music to become a pastor.
Country artist Cole Swindell will perform following the Reds vs. Colorado Rockies game on Sept. 3. Swindell wrote for other artists before launching his own solo career with singles like "Chillin' It."
Concerts are available to fans with tickets to that days' game. Learn more at reds.com/concerts.
The Cincinnati Reds will open the 2022 season at home with a game against the Chicago Cubs on Thursday, March 31. See the full 2022 schedule.