Cincinnati is a baseball town through and through. Win or lose, our Cincinnati Reds can do no wrong. Did you know that when you go to see a Reds game that a lot of the music you hear is local?
Back in 2016, we talked to Aaron Sharpe, our Cincinnati Reds DJ about capturing the moments by playing relevant music during every home game. He does that by playing Billy Joel’s “We didn’t start the fire” when the smokestacks at GABP caught on fire, and by playing the ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ from Handel’s “Messiah” when Joey Votto sent a 2-2 fastball over the wall to take the win after an exhausting game in the rain.
Once again this season, you can catch a ballgame and an amazing concert for a few games! Catch Walk The Moon on Saturday, July 28th, Zac Brown Band on Saturday, August 4th, and Jake Owen on Saturday, August 11th!
That is what I am talking about, my hometown baseball team, hot dogs, beer, and music! Let's get this season started with Opening Day this Friday (previously Thursday–weather has postponed the game and the festivities).