Armour Day, the annual celebration of Under Armour’s anniversary, was Wednesday. For the apparel company’s 20th year, the company invited plenty of household names to Baltimore.
A large tent went up last week near the Hanover St. Bridge outside Kevin Plank-backed Sagamore’s City Garage property, and it’s now clear that it was built to house the party.
Armour Day boasted UA athletes like Lindsay Vonn, Tom Brady, Jordan Spieth and Roger Clemens. Local heroes Ray Lewis and Cal Ripken were also at the event.
— Ripken Baseball (@RipkenBaseball) May 4, 2016
A few musicians also came out to perform, including Neil Diamond, Nelly (rocking a Terps jersey) and Kid Rock.
Vanilla Ice provided mashups between the two worlds.
— Vanilla Ice (@vanillaice) May 5, 2016
— Vanilla Ice (@vanillaice) May 4, 2016
In fact, the whole thing appeared to be a big 90s throwback. Here’s Cincinnati football coach Tommy Tuberville with C&C Music Factory.
— Tommy Tuberville (@TTuberville) May 4, 2016
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