Three-time Grammy nominee Pat Green to perform at Wolff Stadium
By San Antonio Missions | February 7, 2017 11:19 AM
SAN ANTONIO - The San Antonio Missions are thrilled to announce that country star Pat Green will be performing at Wolff Stadium for the H-E-B Memorial Day Weekend Celebration presented by Budweiser, Caliente Harley-Davidson and Land O'Frost.
Green will be joining an impressive list of country performers like Wade Bowen, Kevin Fowler, Jack Ingram, Robert Earl Keen and Jerry Jeff Walker that have taken the stage at The Wolff.
"I'm very excited that Grammy nominee, Pat Green, will be performing at Wolff Stadium this Memorial Day Weekend," said Missions President Burl Yarbrough. "We always like to give our fans the best show in San Antonio each summer and I think Pat will definitely deliver."
Green, who was born in San Antonio and grew up in Waco, TX, started his music career at Texas Tech University playing small gigs around Lubbock, TX. The 44-year-old's first major-label recorded album, Three Days, was released in 2001 and rose to No. 7 on the U.S. Country charts.
Two years later, his album, Wave on Wave, reached No. 2 on the country charts and earned gold-certified status. The album's title track, of the same name, ranked as high as third. Green has had two other albums, Cannonball and What I'm For, rise to No. 2 on the charts.
In addition to "Wave on Wave", Green has had single hits like "Carry On", "Three Days", "Don't Break My Heart", "Feels Just Like It Should" and "Let Me." Fifteen of his singles have landed on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.
The Missions will face the Springfield Cardinals (St. Louis Cardinals AA) on May 28, with first pitch slated for 5:05 PM. Pat Green will take the stage approximately 30 minutes after the game. Following the concert, Missions fans will be treated to the best fireworks show in town.
Individual tickets for the May 28 game will go on sale Thursday, March 2. However, all 2017 season ticket packages from full season to seven-game mini plans include the May 28 game and can be purchased now by calling 210-675-7275.
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