Yesterday I had the honor of playing at my very first Dodger baseball game. It wasn’t a formal “concert,” it was more of a “cocktail hour” performance, but it was still a lot of fun. It’s always rewarding to see people, both - children and parents, walk by and sneak a picture or some video footage, or stop by and share a compliment while I’m playing. What isn’t so fun is when people stop by and try to have a conversation with me mid performance, but luckily I didn’t have any of that happen (trust me, it’s happened plenty of times before).
Aside from a free Dodger shirt and a free Dodger hat, I was given an all-access pass to walk around the stadium and see some of the historic images and items that were displayed in different rooms. I picked up some footage that you can check out on my Vine.
Here are a few pictures that I got as well:
As for the game, I got to watch the Dodgers beat the Phillies 6-1. This was only the second baseball game I’ve been to, but I had a lot of fun so it probably won’t be the last.