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Foreigner and Nas among those headlining 2013 Mets Summer Concert Series
Summer’s nearly here, baseball is getting into full swing, and the Mets are bringing live music to Citi Field to start the summer right! Last year the Mets held their first summer concert series, where bands such as REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick, and MercyMe followed Mets games. It was a great success for the Mets, so they’re doing it again this year with bigger and better musical acts.
Foreigner, one of the biggest selling rock bands of all time (80 million records) is leading off the Mets 2013 summer concert series on Friday, June 14th, immediately after the Mets vs. Cubs match-up. They remain a huge draw worldwide, known for classic songs such as “I Want to Know What Love Is,” “Hot Blooded,” “ Cold As Ice,” and “Jukebox Hero.”
We scoured the web to find the best overall deals combining ticket price an seating location for this game and all other Mets Summer Concert Series games this season. Currently, the best deal on the market to see this storied rock band along with a great game vs. the Cubs is $55 for Right Field Reserved.
See the classic song “Double Vision” live here:
And now for the 3 other great shows coming up this summer at Citi Field!
The second concert of the Summer Concert Series will be legendary local rapper Nas on Friday, July 19th. Regarded as one of the greatest lyricists in the history of rap, Nas’ 1994 debut album Illmatic is considered to be a landmark album in rap history. Currently, the best deal on the market is Pepsi Porch seats for $45.
On Friday, August 2nd, O.A.R will continue the Mets 2013 Summer Concert Series by taking the stage following the Mets vs. the Kansas City Royals. Popular for their explosive summer sets in outdoor venues, O.A.R. should put some fans in the seats for this game and subsequent concert. Overall, the best deal for tickets to this one can be found in the Caesars Gold section for $122.
Wrapping up the 2nd Annual Mets Summer Postgame Concert Series will be alternative rock/power pop band Third Eye Blind, following the August 23 contest against the Detroit Tigers. With a handful of alternative raido hits in the 90s, including “Jumper,” “How’s it Going to Be,” and “Semi-Charmed Life,” Third Eye Blind should be able to put a couple extra bros now in their 30s into the seats at Citi Field. The best deal for this game can be found in the Left Field Landing, where tickets are $46.