Baltimore — The Baltimore Ravens will host their first-ever “Kids Night” at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, according to sports officials.
The Ravens will host a fun preseason finale aimed at attracting the youngest fans on the night the team plays against the Washington Commanders, team staff said.
Some young fans are even given specially designed Ravens hats, sports officials said.
According to team staff, there will be school supplies drives, live entertainment from 14-year-old DJ Sophia Rocks, and player introductions.
Ryan Brown, the 16-year-old daughter of Ravens special teams coach Randy Brown, will sing the national anthem, according to sports officials.
The game will start at 19:00
The first 15,000 children under the age of 16 will receive a specially designed Ravens hat.
Maryland Book Bank – Book & School Supply Drive
The Maryland Book Bank will host a Book & School Supply Drive prior to the game at RavensWalk. From 4pm until kickoff, fans are encouraged to visit Ravens Book Mobile to donate new or lesser-used children’s books and supplies for the upcoming school year.
14-year-old DJ Sophia Rocks performs with DJ Kopec
From the M&T Bank Stadium perch party (near Section 533) at 6pm, she will perform again at halftime from the field.
Youth footballers are featured along with members of the Ravens’ starting defense. Additionally, members of his local youth football team flank his bench for the Baltimore team during the national anthem.
Recording artist Ryan Brown, the 16-year-old daughter of Ravens special teams coach Randy Brown, will sing the national anthem.
half time entertainment
In addition to a performance by DJ Sophia Rocks, there will be a halftime football game featuring several local mascots joining youth football players and Ravens mascot Poe. This mascot group includes Oriole Bird of the Baltimore Orioles, Slapshot of the Washington Capitals, Iggy the Greyhound of Loyola University Maryland, Keyote of Frederick Keyes, Yordi and Baby Blue of the University of Delaware, Benny the Bear of Morgan State, and the United States Navy. This is Bill the Goat from the military academy.
In-game reports and acknowledgments
During the game, Nickelodeon’s NFL Slimetime junior sideline reporter George Johnston IV interviews sideline players. Additionally, during the 3rd quarter break, his 2022 Little League Softball World Series runner-up team in Del Mar, Md. will be honored.