Green Day and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam will headline the Innings Festival after organisers announced the lineup for the 2023 event. 

Held at the Tempe Beach Park in Tempe, Arizona, the festival will feature 18 bands on three stages. Performances will include groups like Weezer, The Black Crowes, The Offspring, Mt. Joy, The Pretty Reckless, Marcus Mumford, The Revivalists and more. The festival will also include curated food vendors as well as baseball-themed activities for festivalgoers. 

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Given the name of the festival, fans of baseball can expect to see some of the greats there too. Major League Baseball greats like Jake Peavy, Vinny Castilla, Edgar Martinez, Randy Johnson, Dontrelle Willis, Grady Sizemore, Kevin Mitchell, Vince Coleman, Bret Boone, Matt Williams, Edgar Martinez, Mike Cameron and more will be there. 

Jake Peavy will also be hosting an All-Star Baseball Jam at the Innings Festival. Additional highlights include the return of the on-site talk show, Off the Mound With Ryan Dempster, which will feature MLB players as well as musicians. Additionally, The Bronson Arroyo Band will also be playing at the Festival. 

Tickets for the event will go on sale from Thursday, October 27 at 10:00 am. The prices for two-day tickets start at $169 for general admission and climb all the way up to $525 for a two-day VIP pass. There is also a $1205 two-day platinum option. 

For those who decide to go for just one day, ticket prices start at $122 for general admission, $399 for a VIP ticket and $825 for the platinum pass. The music festival, which began in 2017 will be a two-day event held on Saturday and Sunday from February 25 onwards next year. 

In case fans of the festival find themselves unable to go for the concerts in Arizona, there’s always the Innings Festival in Tampa, Florida which will happen from March 18 to 19 next year. However, the lineup hasn’t been released yet.