Minnesota Twins: Cole Swindell to be the first Twins’ Post-Game Concert

Cole Swindell performs during CMA Fest at Nissan Stadium.
Cole Swindell performs during CMA Fest at Nissan Stadium. /

The Minnesota Twins are a first-place team, but through the first 74 games of the season, the team has been struggling to put together strong attendance numbers. Right now, the team is currently sitting 20th in the MLB in attendance.

To help boost those numbers, the Minnesota Twins are putting on a concert with the help of a country music star:

Swindell is an extremely talented songwriter, helping to write numerous smash hit songs for some of the top artists in country music including Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, and Scotty McCreery. He built off that success to become a superstar recording artist in his own right.

He’s been nominated for several Country Music Awards and a Grammy, and his song “You Should Be Here” reached the top of the Hot Country Charts in 2016 and his song “She Had Me at Head’s Carolina” is rising up the charts as well.

The concert takes place on August 4th and will feature a full 75-minute set after the Twins wrap up their game against the Toronto Blue Jays at 6:40. On top of that, the concert has a couple of special ticket packages as well. The first one offers a special Cole Swindell hat with the Twins logo on the brim, while the second one offers the hat and a VIP pass that will let you watch the concert from the field.

Even if you’re not the biggest fan of country music, it’s a fun add-on bonus to the game that is worth the price of admission. After the Twins demolished the Guardians, hopefully the team will be rolling by that point and it will be a good way to celebrate for the team well in-control of the American League Central.

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