Lifehouse to Play the ‘MLB Fan Cave’ Concert Series


Story by Anne Erickson

Lifehouse are set to rock the “MLB Fan Cave,” an interactive experience for baseball fans in New York City

Christian rockers Lifehouse have been tapped to play as part of the MLB Fan Cave concert series. The “Fan Cave” is an interactive experience for baseball fans, located right in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village.

Lifehouse will make an appearance at the MLB Fan Cave on Monday (Oct. 1). Currently, the band are promoting their new single, “Between the Raindrops,” featuring Natasha Bedingfield. The track — their first single in three years — comes off the band’s yet-to-be titled new album, set to drop before 2013 hits. Lifehouse are set to announce more details about the upcoming album soon.

What’s the best part about the MLB Fan Cave performance? It’s free! Availability is limited, though, so the band urges fans to arrive early if they want to see the show live. The performance starts at noon.

Other bands and artists who have brought their talents to the MLB Fan Cave include the Fray, Daughtry, Adam Lambert and Neon Trees, so Lifehouse is in good company. Find more details via the details at the MLB Fan Cave’s concert series website.




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