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Orioles 2024 Birdland Caravan to pass through Baltimore County

BALTIMORE, MD—The Orioles on Monday announced the return of the club’s ‘Birdland Caravan,’ a three-day winter tour, that will take place from Thursday, January 25, through Saturday, January 27, 2024 at multiple locations throughout the state of Maryland. The weekend-long celebration will include meet and greet photo opportunities, community projects, fan rallies, and happy hours.

The caravan will include events at Bowlero Timonium and Topgolf Germantown to give fans a unique and fun opportunity to interact with Orioles players and staff as they bowl and tee off together. Designed to take the Oriole Park experience directly to the fans, the Birdland Caravan will make stops throughout Maryland in 14 different cities throughout the three-day winter tour, including Baltimore City, Capitol Heights, Catonsville, Columbia, Frederick, Gambrills, Germantown, Hagerstown, Halethorpe, Havre De Grace, Laurel, and Timonium. Fans in Easton and Westminster will also have the opportunity to meet and take photos with the Oriole Bird and Mr. Splash while holding the American League East Champions flag.

Current Orioles players and coaches participating in select events include Keegan Akin, Cody Asche, Mike Baumann, Matt Borgschulte, Danny Coulombe, Colton Cowser, Ryan Fuller, Fredi González, Dl Hall, Austin Hays, Ryan Klimek, Tony Mansolino, Ryan McKenna, John Means, Ryan Mountcastle, Cedric Mullins, Joey Ortiz, Grayson Rodriguez, Anthony Sanders, Dillon Tate, Nick Vespi, Jacob Webb, Tyler Wells, Jordan Westburg, and Bruce Zimmermann along with Orioles prospects Jackson Holliday, Chayce Mcdermott, Coby Mayo, and Cade Povich. Additionally, Orioles Executive Vice President, General Manager, and MLB Executive of the Year Mike Elias and American League Manager of the Year Brandon Hyde will attend select events throughout the weekend.

Tickets are required for meet and greet photos, as well as the experiential events at Bowlero and Topgolf. Fans must purchase tickets in advance as availability will be limited. Proceeds from the meet and greets will go to the nonprofit organizations the caravan visits throughout the weekend. Tickets for meet and greet photos, Bowlero, and Topgolf will go on sale on Tuesday, January 9, at 12:00 p.m. ET at

Birdland Caravan will begin on Thursday, January 25, at Banditos Taco & Tequila in Columbia with a live Justin, Scott, and Spiegel Show on 98ROCK, the flagship station of the Orioles Radio Network. The event, sponsored by Corona, is open to fans of all ages and will feature live in-person interviews and photos with current players and coaches. Thursday will continue with a private community project with ShareBaby, where players and staff will craft care packages of diapers and essential items for young children in Baltimore with unmet needs. In the evening, fans may purchase tickets for a screening of the new documentary 101: The Story of the 2023 Baltimore Orioles at The Charles Theatre in Station North. Tickets for the 7:00 p.m. showing will be available to purchase at starting on Tuesday, January 9 at 12:00 p.m. Ticket proceeds will benefit the Y in Central Maryland. Fans who purchase a ticket and attend the screening will receive a 101: The Story of the 2023 Baltimore Orioles movie poster autographed by Brandon Hyde.

On Friday, January 26, the tour will participate in private community events with the Frederick Chapter of Blessings in a Backpack to pack meals for food insecure children, as well as stocking the food pantry at Mission of Love Charities. Two photo opportunities are available on Friday at the YMCA of Frederick County and the Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center. Tickets are required with proceeds benefitting both nonprofits. Tickets will go on sale at beginning Tuesday, January 9, at 12:00 p.m. The day concludes with two separate happy hours from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe and Hopkins Farm Brewery in Havre De Grace.

The caravan will conclude on Saturday, January 27, when one bus bowls alongside fans at Bowlero Timonium, followed by a fan rally at Crofton High School open to the public and hosted by Orioles broadcasters Rob Long and Melanie Newman. Fans may purchase an opportunity to meet and take photos with the players following the fan rally at Crofton High. Tickets will go on sale at beginning Tuesday, January 9, at 12:00 p.m., with all proceeds benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore. A group of players and staff on a second bus will golf alongside fans at Topgolf Germantown and then participate in a fan rally at South Hagerstown High School in Washington County, hosted by Orioles broadcasters Geoff Arnold and Brett Hollander. Fans may purchase an opportunity to meet and take photos with the players following the fan rally at South Hagerstown High. Tickets will go on sale at beginning Tuesday, January 9, at 12:00 p.m., with all proceeds benefiting The Baltimore Station. The two buses will end the day guest bartending separate happy hours from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at UNION Craft Brewing in Baltimore City, and as part of a Downtown Catonsville takeover, at State Fare, El Guapo, and The Basement Arcade.

A full schedule of the caravan’s stops, as well as the opportunity to purchase tickets, is available online at

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