The Verve Pipe Say Goodbye To Detroit Landmark

It's just a sign of the times. Detroit's Tiger Stadium, one of the two oldest baseball stadiums in the country (the other is Boston's Fenway Park), is slated to be replaced by a newer, more high-gloss stadium. Michigan natives the Verve Pipe, among many other fans, are sorry to see the landmark go, and the band will be playing a sendoff concert to the beloved ballpark.

On September 22, the band will play Tiger Plaza, right outside of the stadium, at 5:00, two hours and five minutes before the start of the Tigers' game with the Cleveland Indians. The Plaza holds 1500 people, and entrance to the show will be on a first-come, first serve basis – but fans will need tickets to the game in order to get into the performance. The band will also be singing the national anthem before the start of the game.

If you're looking to catch the Verve Pipe and you can't make it out to the ballgame, here's where they'll be in the near future:

  • 9/3 - Pontiac, MC @ Oakland

    Taste Fest

  • 9/4 - Cedar Rapids, IA @ Taste Of Iowa
  • 9/5 - Clarkston, MI @ Pink Knob Music Theatre
  • 9/12 - Dayton, OH @ University Of Dayton Arena
  • 9/16 - Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
  • 9/18 - Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amphitheatre
  • 9/24 - Hartford, CT @ Meadows Music Theatre
  • 9/25 - Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street
  • 10/31 - Fort Myers, FL @ Lee Co. Sports Complex