Rockers Collective Soul will headline the concert line-up at September's inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, organizers announced Monday.
A concert stage will be set up at the corner of Howard and Camden streets, with bands playing throughout the three-day run of the race, set for Sept. 2-4. In addition to Collective Soul, scheduled acts include The Bridge, National Bohemian, Jimmie's Chicken Shack and the All Mighty Senators. Ticketholders to the race will be able to gain admission to the concert area at no extra charge.
Collective Soul, hailing from Stockbridge, Ga., has been an alt-rock mainstay since the early '90s. Their debut album, "Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid," went double-platinum and included the hit single, "Shine."
The Baltimore Grand Prix, to be run on a two-mile track winding through the heart of downtown Baltimore, is set for Labor Day weekend and will feature LeMans and IndyCar drivers. Tickets and additional information: 1-877-4FLY-TIX (1-877-435-9849) or baltimoregrandprix.com.