The Band Perry announces make-up concert in May

Trio's State Fair performance was cut short last September due to weather conditions

  • Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry performs at the Maryland State Fair 2012 before the trio's set was cut short due to weather conditions.
Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry performs at the Maryland State… (Brendan Cavanaugh, Baltimore…)
March 14, 2013|By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun

Country sibling trio The Band Perry will perform at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 18, according to a press release. It's a make-up show for the group's Maryland State Fair concert last September, which was cut short due to a thunderstorm. Easton Corbin and Jackie Lee will also perform.

Fans may exchange their concert stubs from the State Fair for a reserved Merriweather Post Pavilion seat between now and Saturday at the Columbia venue's box office. Fans without the original stub should bring their receipt or credit card statement to prove purchase. Missiontix, the Fair's ticketing agent, will provide help for any customer unable to produce the necessary proof. (For help, email

There are 500 seats in the Pavilion's reserved section for fans that attended the Maryland State Fair concert. These seats are available on a first come, first served basis. After the 500 spots are gone, fans can still exchange their State Fair stubs for lawn seats until the day of the concert.

Tickets for the May 18 show are on sale now to the general public, and can be purchased here. You can also read my interview with the band from last year here.

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