Baltimore Blast Christian Youth Night Featuring Ashes Remain #sponsored

I will receive media tickets to attend the Baltimore Blast's Christian Youth Night.  All opinions are my own.

The Baltimore Blast are hosting their annual Christian Youth
Baltimore Blast
Night this coming Friday, Feb. 20th at 7:30 PM at Royal Farms Arena.   If you know a preteen, teen, or youth group, you will want to invite them not only for an awesome game vs Chicago, but for a post game concert featuring local band Ashes Remain!

If the winter blues have got you down,  why not enjoy some indoor soccer and a rocking concert for only $16 a ticket?   You have until Thursday Feb. 19th at 5PM to get in on this great deal.

My family can't wait to attend the event and tell you all about it!

About the Baltimore Blast:

It was during the summer of 1980 that the Baltimore Blast first made its mark in Baltimore. It was at the completion of the 1983-84 season that the team earned its place in Baltimore sports history by capturing the MISL Championship.  It was after the back-to-back championships in 2003 and 2004 that the Blast cemented its place among the Charm City’s great sports stories.  The team impressed the city of Baltimore yet again with championships in 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2012.

In addition to the team's on-field accomplishments, the organization built ties to the community, emphasizing its commitment to the Greater Baltimore area.  Players such as Pat Ercoli, Heinz Wirtz, Mike Stankovic, Nick Mangione and Scott Manning emerged as stars, captivating fans with their skills while the legendary Stan "the Magician" Stamenkovic, amazed fans with his dazzling footwork.

Find out more about Ashes Remain:

Ashes Remain is a Baltimore band founded in 2002 consisting of members Rob Tahan, Josh Smith, Jonathan Hively, Ben Kirk, & Ryan Nalepa.  According to the band, much of their Fair Trade Services debut "What I've Become" was written from the perspective of what it is like to feel as if there is no hope, where you are your own worst enemy and ultimately what it looks like to go from that very real and dark place to one where there is hope and step into the light. 

That journey from dark to light isn’t always a swift one and sometimes has to be walked many times, but it is a journey that the band is familiar with and feels called to go on with their fans. As lead vocalist Josh Smith puts it, “We’re not role models. We’re just broken people who need Jesus.”

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