Country singer Jerrod Neimann will headline the Fourth of July festivities at Heinz Field.
The country star from Kansas currently is riding the charts with “Drink to That All Night,” the first single from his new album “High Noon.” Joining him on the Fourth will be The Stickers and The Joseph Sisters.
Jumping further into the summer, Heinz Field will host its Kickoff and Rib Festival Aug. 28 through Sept. 1, featuring a return visit from the Eli Young Band, which opened for Kenny Chesney last year.
The Steelers have an exhibition game against the Carolina Panthers on Aug, 28.
The rest of the lineup features:
Aug. 29: The Clarks
Aug. 30: Pitt vs. Delaware, with music by Tres Lads and Maggie Rose
Aug. 31: Eli Young Band
Sept. 1: Thomas Rhett with special guests Highway Run
All events are free except for the football games. For more info, go to www.steelers.com.
Scott Mervis: email@example.com; 412-263-2576. Twitter: @scottmervis_pg. First Published April 25, 2014 5:32 AM