Five days before The York Revolution start Atlantic League action, the 2014 Fan Fest brings fans out to the park to catch a country concert and hunt for some Easter eggs.

Country singer Jerrod Niemann, best known for his songs "Drink To That All Night" and "Lover, Lover," takes the field at 1 p.m.; he'll play an acoustic set, according to a press release from the team. The Santander Stadium doors open at 12:45 p.m., and tickets -- which grant access to all parts of the Fan Fest -- cost $3 each, the release says.

Then, the team breaks out the whiffle ball bats. The Revs and York City Little Leaguers will swing for the fences in a home run derby.

After that, sticking with the whiffle ball, two teams of four Revs and four Yorkers each duke it out in a "Pros vs.

York Revolution players sign autographs before the 2014 Fan Fest on Saturday.
York Revolution players sign autographs before the 2014 Fan Fest on Saturday. (Randy Flaum photo)
Joes" matchup.

Next, there's a kids-only Easter egg hunt. Participants will be split up into three age groups, the press release says.

The day ends with a Revs intrasquad scrimmage, the release says.