General Admission tickets are $25 (children ages 3 and under will get in for free).
The Winston-Salem Dash are hosting their first-ever "Dash City Rocks!" concert at BB&T Ballpark. On Saturday, September 28, alternative rock acts Sister Hazel, Vertical Horizon and Emerson Hart (lead singer of the group Tonic) will perform at the ballpark, with gates opening at 6 p.m. The concert is presented by The City of Winston-Salem and Gears & Guitars.
Sister Hazel's 1997 album, …Somewhere More Familiar, reached Platinum status in the United States. The hit song from the album "All for You" reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Vertical Horizon is well-known for its hit 1999 single "Everything You Want", which was the fifth-most played song on U.S. radio airwaves in 2000.
Emerson Hart is the lead singer of the alternative rock group Tonic, which has received two Grammy Award nominations to date. The group's 1997 hit "If You Could Only See" reached number one among U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock tracks.
In addition to great music, Dash concession stands will be open with food options and a wide selection of beers, including several Foothills Brewing beers on tap.