The Piano Man Himself, Billy Joel, To Play The First-Ever Concert To Be Held at Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Dave Roberts
By Dave Roberts / January 14, 2019
Billy Joel in Concert

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, singer/songwriter/piano player, and rock star Billy Joel will play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Friday, July 26. Continuing to play to millions of fans at stadiums and ballparks scattered across the globe, Joel will make his first appearance in Baltimore since 2015 when he played at M & T Bank Stadium.

Joel, who will experience his 60th consecutive sold-out show later in January at New York’s Madison Square Garden where he continues to perform every month, will bring his classic music and songs to Charm City for a evening of sing-a-longs, grand piano madness, and more hit-songs that a person can count on their fingers and toes in one sitting.  

Billy Joel has been such a huge-influence to the music industry over his illustrious career, it is fitting that Oriole Park’s first concert will be held with the Piano Man himself filling downtown Baltimore city’s air with such hits as, “Piano Man,” “Only The Good Die Young,” and “It’s Still Rock and Roll To Me,” Joel’s first number one song.

DC Music Review is also very happy to pass along that the Orioles Charitable Foundation will donate a portion of the proceeds from the concert to support music and arts education programs for kids in Maryland and across the DMV region.

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, January 18 at 10AM and we look forward to seeing the one and only Piano Man take the mound at Oriole Park

Performance Details

Performance Details

Performance

Details


Friday, July 26, 2019

Show: 8:00PM


Oriole Park at Camden Yards

333 West Camden Street

Baltimore, MD 21201

(Google Maps Link)



Tickets Go Onsale to General Public on Friday, January 18 at 10:00 AM EST.



About the author
Dave Roberts

Dave Roberts

David Roberts has been covering live music in the DelMarVa-PaDe area since the early 2000’s when he used to cover the scene for Music Monthly. From rock to blues, jam bands to metal, music has been an enjoyment for him since a very young age. It was an obvious blend of hobby and profession when he started taking his camera to shows. Although his interest is more on the photography side, writing is a unique challenge that enables him to share his experience of live music with others.