M&TV Bank Stadium in Baltimore to host Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks

Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks will bring their tour to Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium on Oct. 7 Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20 on Ticketmaster Live Nation officials join Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Baltimore Ravens President Saatchi Brown’s announcement Thursday morning from the stadium, “We’re excited to announce the return of concerts and concerts to M&T Bank Stadium,” Brown said. “It’s been a few years. Between the global pandemic and some of the renovations we’ve had to keep the stadium fresh, we haven’t been able to host large-scale events that are so important to us.” “Live Nation is thrilled to be back at M&T Bank Stadium after a six-year hiatus. Billy will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of ‘Piano Man’ this fall with the amazing Stevie Nicks,” said Kelly Flanigan, US Concerts President for Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia at Live Nation Entertainment: Only 10 venues will host the Joel & Nicks concert tour. This will be Joel’s second visit to M&T Bank Stadium and his sixth concert in Baltimore. “I am excited to hear that the City of Baltimore and the amazing M&T Bank Stadium will host one of the most anticipated concerts of 2023,” Scott said. “I think it goes without saying that making Baltimore one of the few stops for these two legends says a lot about Baltimore being a city people want to visit and cements us as an entertainment destination.” Shelonda Stokes, president of the Downtown Partnership in Baltimore, called the concert huge. “After selling Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel, it means excitement, it means economic impact, and it means bringing people back to town to experience all the greatness we have,” said M&T Bank. The stadium has hosted major concerts in the past with acts like U2 (2011), Jay-Z and Beyoncé (2014), and Metallica (2017). Video below: Watch the official announcement in full

Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks will bring their tour to Baltimore’s M&T Bank Arena on October 7.

Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, January 20, at Ticket Master.

Live Nation officials joined forces with Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Baltimore Ravens President Sachi Brown to make an announcement Thursday morning from the stadium.

“We’re excited to announce the return of concerts at M&T Bank Stadium,” said Brown. “It’s been a few years. Between the global pandemic and some of the renovations we’ve had to keep the stadium fresh, we haven’t been able to host large-scale events that are so important to us.”

“Live Nation is thrilled to be back at M&T Bank Stadium after a six-year hiatus. Billy will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of ‘The Piano Man’ this fall with the amazing Stevie Nicks,” said Washington, D.C. President Kelly Flanigan. Maryland and Virginia US concerts at Live Nation Entertainment.

Only 10 venues will host the Joel & Nicks concert tour. This will be Joel’s second visit to M&T Bank Stadium and his sixth concert in Baltimore.

“I am excited to hear that the City of Baltimore and the amazing M&T Bank Stadium will host one of the most anticipated concerts of 2023,” Scott said. “I think it goes without saying that making Baltimore one of the few stops for these two legends speaks volumes about Baltimore as a city people want to visit and cements us as an entertainment destination.”

Shelonda Stokes, president of the Downtown Partnership in Baltimore, described the concert as huge.

“Selling Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel,” she said, “means excitement, it means economic impact, and it means bringing people back to town to experience all the greatness that we experience.”

M&T Bank Stadium has hosted major concerts in the past with acts like U2 (2011), Jay-Z and Beyoncé (2014), and Metallica (2017).

Video below: Watch the official announcement in full

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