Kelsea Ballerini made a stop at Fenway Park earlier this fall, and the cameras were rolling.

It was a big gig for Kelsea Ballerini back in October. The "Half of My Hometown" singer performed at the home of the Boston Red Sox on October 1. Cameras were rolling durring the show at Fenway Park, and now we have a first look from the show.

Ballerini shared footage of her performance of "I Quit Drinking." She was joined by Paul Klein of the indie-pop band, LANY. The song was released as a part of LANY's album gg bb xx. Ballerini also released the song as a single.

Kelsea was last in Bangor when she opened for Keith Urban back in 2018. She made her Maine debut opening for Lady A in Bangor back in 2015.

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Fenway Park was recently visited by a die-hard Astros fan, and country star. Parker McCollum was in Boston for Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, between the Boson Red Sox and the Huston Astros. He and his fiancée, Hallie Ray Light, had stellar seats behind the Astro dugout. Parker captioned the pic with, "H town is in the house LFG!!!!!" His high spirts for his home-state team didn't help the Astros, as they lost the game 12-3.

 

 

 

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Prior to the game McCollum took in some local cuisine. He tweeted, "Eating oysters sitting outside Fenway Park right now. Never been here in my life. Game 3 tomorrow is huge we will be reppin H Town loud and proud right behind stros dugout. LFG!" He would have made a trip to Massachusetts in September, while on the Beers on Me Tour with Dierks Bentley. The show was cancelled, however, after a member of the tour crew tested positive for COVID-19.

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