GODSMACK Frontman To Perform National Anthem at New Hampshire's FEST-A-BALL

SalemObserver.com is reporting that GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna will perform the national anthem at next month's Fest-a-Ball at Griffin Park in Windham, New Hampshire.

Erna has agreed to sing for the May 21 event, which is being organized by the Windham Baseball-Softball League.

"We're really excited," said league member Charlie McMahon. "A lot of kids love his music."

The event, currently being organized, will probably run about six hours, McMahon said.

"We're hoping to make a day of it, a community event to do every year," he said.

Town officials have been challenged to organize a team to take on a baseball team on the diamond, the concession window of the park's new multi-use facility will be open, and other activities are being planned, McMahon said.

Championship teams and a team that raised the most money in a program to benefit the Jimmy Fund last season will also be honored, he added.


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