It looks like Collective Soul and The Bridge won't be the only music performers at the Baltimore Grand Prix.
Sandy Olsen herself has been enlisted to participate in one of the kick-off events.
Olivia Newton-John will perform Saturday September 3 at Rams Head Live as part of Pink and Blue for Two, an event raising awareness of breast and prostate cancer. Admission to the event, which starts at $45, includes an open bar with cocktails from Grey Goose.
Tickets can be bought at the event's website, www.pb42.com.
The Baltimore Grand Prix takes place September 2 - 4. Collective Soul, Jimmie's Chicken Shack, The Bridge, and All Mighty Senators will perform at a stage on the corner of Howard and Camden streets.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun