Mudcats Baseball’s National Anthem Auditions March 19

Singers are encouraged to tryout on March 19, 2016, beginning at 9am

Released by Carolina Mudcats / MILB.com

The Carolina Mudcats, member of baseball’s historic Carolina League, is hosting their annual National Anthem tryouts on Saturday, March 19, 2016, beginning at 9:30am at Five County Stadium in Zebulon NC.

Registration begins at 9am on the third base side of the stadium.

All singers, including solo acts or groups, wishing to perform the national anthem at Five County Stadium before a Mudcats game must audition at this tryout event. Those who have sung the “Star Spangled Banner” in previous years at a Mudcats game are also encouraged to audition again.

All auditions must be performed a cappella and on the field at Five County Stadium, 1501 NC-39, Zebulon NC.

There is no age requirement to audition.

Performers with any further questions regarding this event are encouraged to call the Mudcats’ front office at 919.269.2287, or email the Mudcats.

Carolina’s 2016 baseball season officially begins on April 7, 2016, as the Mudcats open on the road in Salem against the Red Sox. Carolina’s home opener is scheduled for Thursday, April 14, 2016, against Myrtle Beach at Five County Stadium.

The Carolina Mudcats are the Class A Advanced affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. The 2015 “Braves New World” season was the first for the Mudcats as an affiliate of the Braves and the club’s fourth straight in the historic Carolina League. First established in 1991, the two-time Southern League Champion Mudcats recently finished their 25th straight season of baseball at Five County Stadium in Zebulon NC.

The Carolina Mudcats are online at MILB.com with schedule and contact information.

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