The Minnesota Twins introduced their postgame concert series in 2022 when Cole Swindell performed a full set for all fans in attendance following the August 4 game against the Toronto Blue Jays.

In 2023, they are building upon the success of that inaugural event by presenting two postgame concerts at Target Field featuring two GRAMMY® Award-winning artists. Both artists will perform full 75-minute sets, with their respective concerts beginning approximately 20 minutes after that evening’s game ends.

First, on Thursday, June 15, Hip-hop, R&B, and cultural icon T-Pain will perform following the Twins’ 6:10 p.m. home game vs. the Detroit Tigers. T-Pain recently released his acclaimed covers album On Top Of The Covers via Nappy Boy Entertainment. The album features an eclectic and unexpected mix of reimagined hits including Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come,” Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” Dr. Hook’s “Sharing The Night Together,” Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me,” Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey,” and more.

Then, on August 24, record-setting country music singer-songwriter Carly Pearce will take the stage after the 6:10 p.m. Twins vs. Texas Rangers game. Carly's career reached new heights after the well-deserved success of her acclaimed and commercially lauded third studio album 29. She also released her first live album 29: Written In Stone (Live From Music City), out now via Big Machine Records.

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There are two ticket options to see the concerts:

  • Game Ticket: Tickets to the June 15 Twins-Tigers game include free admission to the T-Pain postgame concert and tickets to the August 24 Twins-Rangers game include free admission to the Carly Pearce postgame concert.
  • Game Ticket & On-Field Pass: This limited-availability special package includes a ticket to the game and access to watch the postgame concert from a designated area on the field. These are available for both games while supplies last.

Tickets are available for both games now but if you want to purchase the on-field pass for a concert, you'll want to act quickly due to the limited number available.

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