Photo credit: Joey Pulone/Baltimore Ravens.

The Baltimore Ravens will host a “Kids Night” at their final preseason game against the Washington Commanders this Saturday, Aug. 27 at M&T Bank Stadium.

Families can enjoy a night of kid-themed fun and entertainment all while cheering on the home team to victory.

The first 15,000 fans under the age of 16 will receive special Ravens hats.

From 4 p.m. until kickoff, fans can visit the Ravens Book Mobile to donate new or gently-used children’s books and supplies to the Maryland Book Bank.

Youth football players from the Baltimore area will be introduced alongside Ravens players coming out of the tunnel, and they will accompany the team during the national anthem. Additionally, these local youth players will take part in a football game during halftime that will feature several local mascots. 

The Oriole Bird from the Baltimore Orioles, Slapshot from the Washington Capitals, Iggy the Greyhound from Loyola University Maryland, Keyote from the Frederick Keys, YoUDee and Baby Blue from the University of Delaware, Benny the Bear from Morgan State University and Bill the Goat from the United States Naval Academy will all join the Ravens’ mascot Poe for halftime festivities.

The halftime entertainment will also showcase 14-year-old DJ Sophia Rocks who will perform alongside the Ravens official in-game deejay, DJ Kopec. 

Ryan Brown, a 16-year-old recording artist and daughter of special teams coach Randy Brown, will sing the national anthem. And Nickelodeon’s NFL Slimetime junior sideline reporter George Johnston IV will interview players at the game. 

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Latrice Hill

Latrice Hill is a Baltimore native and Morgan State University graduate who loves all the great things this city has to offer. She worked with WMAR 2-News as an Assignment Desk Editor before she joined...