Florida Marlins' Post-Game Concert Kicks Off with the 'Rock of Love' Star
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
If you're a fan of Bret Michaels and the Florida Marlins, this news is definitely music to your ears.  The much awaited return of Super Saturdays, Florida Marlins' post-game concert featuring internationally acclaimed recording artists as well as a display of fireworks, will be starting this year's season with a performance from Bret Michaels, Poison frontman and star of the reality dating series Rock of Love.

For those who are not familiar, each of the 13 Saturday home games of the Florida Marlins baseball team will be designated as a Super Saturday.  The highlights of each Super Saturday consist of a free concert and fireworks show for tickets purchased for the Marlins game that night.  Additionally, the Marlins are featuring a special 16-game Super Saturdays ticket plan, which includes discounted pricing on tickets to all 13 home Super Saturdays, on Opening Day on March 31, on Closing Day on September 28 and on the Marlins vs. Yankees exhibition game on March 29.

Aside from Michaels' performance, which is scheduled for April 5, fans can look forward to pre-game parties at The Strike Zone at Gate H featuring DJ M-Dot, the official DJ of the Florida Marlins, celebrity appearances, marching bands, Billy The Marlin, the Mermaids, special prizes and live TV and radio broadcasts.  There will also be parking lot giveaways for the first 5,000 cars and interactive giveaways for the first 15,000 fans.

Prior to Rock of Love, Bret Michaels has sold over 25 million records and scored an amazing 15 chartbusting Top 40 singles including "Talk Dirty to Me," "Something to Believe In," "Nothing But a Good Time" and the timeless "Every Rose Has its Thorn."  He is currently on tour promoting his reality series Rock of Love and his upcoming solo album.  After the Miami Gardens, Michaels will be stopping at Salinas, California to perform at the Fox Theater on April 11.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Florida Marlins' official webpage
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