NEW YORK (AP) -- Pop group Far East Movement will help celebrate opening day for the 2012 Major League Baseball season with a performance at the MLB Fan Cave in New York City on Wednesday.
The MLB Fan Cave is located in the former Tower Records store in New York's Greenwich Village section. MLB is launching a concert series there that will also include The Fray on April 13 and Daughtry on April 26.
Aaron Lewis, the lead singer of Staind, will also perform Wednesday.
The baseball season kicks off Wednesday night when defending champion St. Louis plays at Miami in the first official game at the Marlins' new stadium.
MLB says it plans more performances at its Fan Cave this season. Fans can get access through MLB's Facebook page and Twitter account.