JOHN DRISKELL HOPKINS FROM ZAC BROWN BAND TO PERFORM AT MARCH 24 GEORGIA SWARM GAME
All fans are invited to stay in their seats for the post-game concert
(Duluth, GA) – The National Lacrosse League’s Georgia Swarm is proud to announce that John Driskell Hopkins, one of the founding members of the Zac Brown Band, will host a post-game concert following the Swarm’s Friday, March 24 home contest at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Field at Infinite Energy Arena. Faceoff is set for 7:35 p.m. against the Toronto Rock.
All fans in attendance that evening will be invited to stay in their seats to attend the post-game concert at no additional charge. The performance, which will also feature Daniel de los Reyes of the Zac Brown Band, is the first-ever post-game concert in Georgia Swarm history.
Lower Level Tickets for this one-of-a-kind event are available by calling 844-4-GASWARM or online at GeorgiaSwarm.com/SingleGame
"The band and I are excited to play a show for the fans and families that attend the Georgia Swarm game against Toronto on Friday, March 24th,” John Driskell Hopkins said. “It’s exciting to have this team in our state and we look forward to watching a great game before our set. We’ll perform originals and maybe a familiar cover or two. Join us for this post-game performance!”
“We’re thrilled to give our fanbase the opportunity see a live performance from several members of the Zac Brown Band,” Swarm Co-Owner and President Andy Arlotta said. “Music is an integral part of our in-game entertainment and we wanted to take that experience to another level this season by offering our fans the chance to see some of the best Atlanta-based talent at The Hive. Between a heavily anticipated rematch featuring the Swarm and Rock as well as the historic post-game concert, this is a game fans will not want to miss!”
In addition to the post-game concert, the Swarm will be celebrating #FlashbackFriday Night on March 24 and has a special “Ticket & ZUBAZ Pants” package available. To learn more, visit GeorgiaSwarm.com/Flashback
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