As the Washington Nationals gear up for the second half of the 2014 baseball season, the team today announced the addition of Faith Day to the promotional schedule, which features a free postgame concert with contemporary Christian musician Lincoln Brewster on Saturday, September 6.

Lincoln Brewster's career - which includes collaborations with Steve Perry (Journey) and Michael W. Smith (Grammy Award-winning Christian music artist) - has brought national acclaim to the California native. His 2007 hit "Everlasting God" climbed to #1 on Christian radio, while the ballad "Love the Lord" reached #3 on the charts. Lincoln's most recent album, Today Is the Day, has been praised for its wide-range of musical rhythms and sounds.

The performance will begin approximately 15 minutes after the final out of the game. Fans who wish to attend the free concert must have a valid ticket for that day's game, which can be purchased at nationals.com/faith.

In addition, Nationals fans will receive even more promotional items throughout the latter half of the season, including the recently added Tote Bag presented by Kaiser Permanente (Aug. 19) and Nationals T-Shirt presented by American University (Aug. 22). An additional night of postgame Freedom Fireworks (July 18) and $1 Ice Cream presented by Good Humor (Sept. 26) as well as a weeknight Pups in the Park outing (Sept. 24) round out the latest slate of promotions.