CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS TO HOST DRIVE-IN WATCH PARTIES AT BOOMERS STADIUM

The Chicago Blackhawks will host Drive-in Watch Parties at Boomers Stadium in Schaumburg for the Stanley Cup Qualifying Round to offer a safe and fun way for fans to cheer on the team together as they take on the Edmonton Oilers.

Blackhawks Drive-in Watch Parties, presented by Bud Zero and AT&T, will feature the television broadcast supported by elements of the home game experience including a live national anthem performance by Jim Cornelison, live announcements and goal calls from in-arena public address announcer Gene Honda, goal celebrations and more.

Tickets are on sale now at Blackhawks.com/DriveIn. Advanced online purchase is required, as space is limited to ensure proper social distancing guidelines are followed. Fans can currently purchase for Drive-In Watch Parties on the following dates, with potential Games 4 and 5 event times, locations and ticket information to be announced at a later date.
• Game 1 | Saturday, August 1 at 2 p.m. at Schaumburg Boomers Stadium (1999 Springinsguth Rd.)
• Game 2 | Monday, August 3 at 9:30 p.m. at Boomers Stadium
• Game 3 | Wednesday, August 5 at 9:30 p.m. at Boomers Stadium

Each ticket purchased provides one parking space for up to six people, alongside one dedicated viewing space to the left of the personal vehicle (motorcycles and oversized vehicles such as RVs or trailers will not be permitted). Fans can choose from two ticket tiers:
• VIP tickets will cost $80 and include a reserved parking/viewing space in the first few rows closest to the screen and event stage.
• General Admission tickets will cost $40 with spaces filled on a first-come, first-serve bases.

Lots will open one hour prior to game time, and all attendees are required to wear a mask during the arrival process and when leaving their vehicle. Social distancing and other COVID-19 health & safety protocols will be strictly enforced. Please refer to the FAQ at Blackhawks.com/DriveIn for more information on these precautions and other event information.

GATEWAY’S SANDLOT SERIES TO FEATURE COLLINSVILLE VS. TRIAD

The Gateway Grizzlies are happy to continue their Sandlot Series with Collinsville vs. Triad on Friday, August 7th taking place at GCS Credit Union Ballpark!

As the fifth game in the Sandlot Series, the Grizzlies will once again recognize the seniors with pre-game ceremonies, including a gift for parents of senior players. Gates will open an hour before the game with the pre-game ceremonies beginning 30 minutes prior as well.

TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased at the front gate for just $8 starting at 6:30 pm!  Pre-game ceremonies will begin at 7:00 pm, and the game will begin at 7:30 pm!

For more information, please call 618-337-3000!

The Sandlot Series is sponsored by Mon-Clair Animal Hospital, Mike Kelley Foundation, UNCOMN and GCS Credit Union.

SCHAUMBURG PRESENTS “LIVE FROM THE LOT”

101WKQX / 94.7 WLS & Duff Entertainment presents LIVE FROM THE LOT
August 6-8
Schaumburg Boomers Stadium – West Lot
1999 S. Springingsguth Rd. Schaumburg, IL. 60193
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Ticket pricing:
 
VIP Car (up to 6 people in car): $90 – First 4 rows + dedicated food & beverage service right to your car “zone” + close proximity to restrooms.
GA Car (up to 6 people in car): $50
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Schedule:
 
Thursday August 6
Smells Like Nirvana
gates open: 6:00pm
show: 7:30pm (approximately 90 minute set)
ticket link:
Friday August 7
Hairbanger’s Ball
gates open: 6:00pm
show: 7:30pm (approximately 90 minute set)
ticket link:
Saturday August 8 (show #1)
Local H
gates open: 3:30pm
show: 5:00pm (approximately 75 + minute set)
ticket link:
Saturday August 8 (show #2)
Local H
gates open: 7:00pm
show: 8:30pm (approximately 75 + minute set)
ticket link:
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MANAGER JAMIE BENNETT INKS CONTRACT EXTENSION; LARSON PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT

The Schaumburg Boomers presented by Wintrust Community Banks, are pleased to announce Manager Jamie Bennett has signed a three-year contract extension and General Manager, Michael Larson has added the title of Vice President.

Bennett has a 413-365 record with the Schaumburg Boomers good for a .531 winning percentage over eight seasons. His Boomers teams have won three Frontier League Championships (2013, 2014, 2017). In addition, Bennett has been awarded the Roger Hanners Manager of the Year award twice (2013, 2017) and has been part of the All-Star game coaching staff four times (2012, 2015, 2016, 2017). The new deal will keep Bennett tied to the Boomers through at least the 2023 season.

Bennett is the only manager in Boomers history. He was hired in October 2011 prior to the start of the 2012 season after spending four and a half seasons as the pitching coach for the Gary SouthShore RailCats. During his time with the RailCats, four of Bennett’s pitchers went on to play for Major League organizations.

“I am honored and proud to continue to be a part of the Boomers family,” said Bennett. I’ve been very fortunate to be surrounded by so many good people over the last 8 seasons. My family and I are thankful for the opportunity the Salvi’s have provided and excited to continue to be associated with such an outstanding organization!”

“Jamie Bennett is one of the most successful and respected managers not just in the Frontier League but across all of independent baseball. While we missed having a 2020 season, we look forward to great seasons ahead in 2021 and beyond,” said Schaumburg Boomers VP & GM Michael Larson.

Additionally, the Boomers are proud to announce Michael Larson has been promoted to Vice President while retaining his role as General Manager. Larson is in his third year with the organization after spending 10 seasons with the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the American Association.

Since arriving in Schaumburg, Larson has helped win numerous awards including the Frontier League’s Clint Brown Excellence in Marketing Award, Schaumburg Business Association (SBA) nominee for Business of the Year, and SBA’s Rookie of the Year. He takes pride in the Boomers supporting the community through partnerships with local schools, libraries, and philanthropic organizations.

To stay up to date with all things Boomers baseball, follow the Boomers on social media and on www.boomersbaseball.com.

OZINGA FIELD AVAILABLE FOR GAMES DURING PHASE 4

Windy City’s Ozinga Field has been approved to host baseball games during Phase 4 of Restore Illinois plan.  Games at Ozinga Field can feature up to 50 participants.  This figure counts players and coaches from both teams along with umpires.  In conjunction with the allowance for 20% of normal fan capacity in Phase 4, up to 500 fans will be allowed in the stadium.

Located in Crestwood, Ozinga Field opened for the 1999 Frontier League season when the facility was known as Hawkinson Ford Field.  It is just east of Cicero Avenue off the Midlothian Turnpike, and located one mile south of where I-294 meets Cicero.

For rates and availability please email Mike VerSchave at mverschave@wcthunderbolts.com or call 708-489-2255.

We ask that you please read our facility’s Phase: 4 Regulation’s Guide for specific information for participants and spectators.

That guide can be found HERE!

OTTERS TO HOST VIRTUAL BROADCAST

The Evansville Otters want you to watch another virtual game broadcast, the second virtual Otters production in 2020. Tune in this Tuesday, July 28 at 6:15 p.m. CT on the Evansville Otters channel on Youtube.com.

With the Frontier League championship baseball season canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Otters once again want to bring Evansville Otters baseball and the Bosse Field experience straight to our fans virtually in the safety and comfort of their own homes.

The virtual broadcast will feature a re-broadcast of the July 26, 2019 home game against the Windy City Thunderbolts with new commentary. The re-broadcast will include interviews with Otters president John Stanley, the Otters coaching staff with field manager Andy McCauley, and some members of the local sports media. There will also be interviews with current and former players, such as outfielder Elijah MacNamee, pitcher Randy Wynne of the Cincinnati Reds organization, Jeff Leystra from the inaugural 1995 Otters team, and Denver Stuckey from the 2003-05 Otters clubs. The Evansville Thunderbolts’ mascot, Pride, will participate in the ceremonial first pitch, and an OttersTV segment will walk through the Otters Gift Shop, which is open for business, to show items available for purchase. Plus, fans will recognize other familiar sights and sounds that they would normally experience on a gameday at Bosse Field.

See it all on Youtube.com, and be sure to subscribe to the Otters’ channel while you’re there!

Y’ALLS ANNOUNCE COACHING STAFF FOR BOTH THE Y’ALLS & FREEDOM

Florence, KY – The Florence Y’alls are proud to announce the coaching staff of the 2020 Florence Y’alls and Florence Freedom. The Y’alls will be managed by Brian White. The Freedom will be managed by the returning, Dennis Pelfrey. Chad Rhoades will take over as the Pitching Coach for both teams and Mike Morris as Hitting Coach.

White has coached in Florence for the past five seasons and was announced in late 2019 as the new Field Manager of the Florence Y’alls. In his five seasons, White has led to ten pitchers being signed by MLB clubs and contributed to four winning seasons.

“We are excited to get on the field at UC Health Stadium this year.” said Y’alls Field Manager, Brian White, “It might not be a traditional season, but it is going to be great.”

Pelfrey was the Field Manager for the Freedom for the past five seasons with four winnings seasons, three playoff berths and two appearances in the Frontier League Championship. At the end of the 2019 season, Pelfrey accepted an affiliated manager position within a Minor League Baseball organization. Since the MILB announced their season was cancelled, Pelfrey has made his way back to Florence to coach the Freedom.

“I was disappointed that my first MILB season got cut short.” said Freedom Field Manager, Dennis Pelfrey. “But, it feels good to be back in Florence.”

Rhoades comes to Florence after being in the Marlins organization for five years. He was the pitching coach for the Freedom back in 2015. In his eleven years of professional baseball, he has been to nine playoffs and has collected two rings. Rhoades will coach the pitchers for both the Freedom and the Y’alls.

Morris was with the team last year for his first-year coaching as a utility coach. He played for the Freedom back in 2017 and 2018. Morris will be the hitting coach for both the Freedom and the Y’alls.

The Florence Y’alls open the season on July 31st against the Lexington Legends. The Florence Freedom open the season on August 1st against the Lexington Leyendas.

Individual tickets are on sale now. Visit florenceyalls.com for details.

Palisades Credit Union Park to host All-American Baseball Challenge Weekend schedule to begin July 23.

Rockland County, NY – While minor and independent professional baseball leagues have been canceled across the country this summer, professional-caliber baseball will return to Rockland County at the Palisades Credit Union Park on July 23rd as part of the 6-team, All- American Baseball Challenge presented by Good Samaritan Hospital..

The 32-game schedule will feature the Rockland Boulders (not affiliated with the New York Boulders) and New York Brave playing at Palisades Credit Union Park; Sussex County Miners and Skylands Cardinals at Skylands Stadium in Augusta, NJ; and the New Jersey Jackals and the Jersey Wise Guys will play at Yogi Berra Stadium in Montclair, NJ. All games will be held on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

This all-star caliber, recreation league will feature top-level talent from both minor league and college baseball as part of the outdoor family fun series at Palisades Credit Union Park. “With Minor and Independent leagues shuttering for this season, we’ve had tremendous interest from very high level players who are anxious for a place to perform,” noted Shawn Reilly, President of NY BB, LLC. Players from the 2019 Jackals, Miners and Boulders are expected to participate. ‘We know there are many fans and families having baseball withdrawal this summer and this will allow them to watch America’s pastime in the safety of the fresh air and social distanced atmosphere of our beautiful ballpark.”

Palisades Credit Union Park, Rockland County’s premier outdoor family entertainment center, features drive in fireworks, movies and baseball and more this summer. A full promotion schedule for the baseball games will be announced shortly. In accordance with NYS guidelines, crowds will be extremely limited and masks required as part of the ballpark social distancing safety protocol. Schedule information and tickets will go on sale this week at www.palisadescreditunionpark.com.page1image5216064

The Boulders and Brave will hold an open tryout for players on Saturday, July 18th at 8am. Registration is limited

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JUNIOR AIGLES SEASON OPENS JULY 16

It’s baseball time at Quillorama Stadium!

The fun at the Stade is not canceled, we promise you a whole show!

Here is the schedule of the Junior Elite Aigles. Opening game, Thursday July 16! Tickets will be online from Monday and available at the door up to the capacity limit allowed by law.

We don’t change habits. We want to provide you with entertaining evenings just like with our Frontier League Aigles.

This excitement includes our terrace ready to welcome you while respecting sanitary and physical distance standards (Reserve your seats, it’s limited!). Food concessions and open bar with seat service system for your safety.

There will also be the animation of mascot Grand Slam during the matches. Many contests among supporters as well as musical entertainment and presentation of players.

For the first game, the first pitch will be made by Jean Lamarche, Mayor of Trois-Rivières and a guardian angel of the pandemic.

Our famous Lounge will be available with a reservation for a group of 10 people. NEW: we include a bottle of Gin Super Sonic from the Dock Distillery for your group.

TEAM NAMES RELEASED FOR CITY OF CHAMPIONS CUP

JOLIET, Ill. – The City of Champions Cup, opening on July 16th at DuPage Medical Group, will have 3 new teams playing alongside the Slammers, managed by former Slammer, Billy Petrick.  The Joliet Tully Monsters, Chicago Deep Dish, and NERDS® Herd all will compete for the City of Champions Cup. We also are introducing a new, fun twist to extra innings – a home run derby.

The Tully Monster is the official state fossil of Illinois and is only found in the Mazon Creek Fossil Beds of Illinois, a 30 minute drive from the ballpark. These aquatic creatures lived over 300 million years ago and grew up to 14 inches in length. We are excited that we will be bringing back much larger human Tully Monsters to take the field this summer to celebrate some truly ancient Illinois history. Scott Spiezio will be the Joliet Tully Monsters Team Manager.

We couldn’t have a season without paying homage to the iconic Chicago deep dish pizza. Deep dish is rooted in the culture and history of Chicagoland, and each restaurant strives for the longest cheese pull when serving a slice. We can’t wait to showcase this world-renowned food icon with the Chicago Deep Dish team. Managing the Chicago Deep Dish will be Glenallen Hill.

Ferrara Candy Company will introduce the NERDS® Herd to the City of Champions Cup this summer. Ferrara is an iconic Chicago sweet snacking company, started in 1908 – with 35 iconic and beloved brands including NERDS®, Black Forest®, Trolli®, SweeTARTS®, Laffy Taffy®, Now and Later®, Keebler®, Famous Amos® and Lemonhead®. Corky Miller will manage the NERDS® Herd.

The City of Champions Cup will be introducing a new twist to extra innings. Instead of having a player start on second base in the case of a tie, players will instead participate in a Home Run Derby. Each team will pick a player to participate, and a coach or player of their choice to throw. Each batter will get 5 pitches and whoever has the most home runs after those 5 pitches will win the game. If a home run is not hit in those 5 pitches, a new round of 5 pitches will start, with the same batters, until a home run is hit.

Merchandise with the new team logos can be purchased at www.jolietslammers.store and individual game tickets can be purchased at www.jolietslammers.com or by calling the Slammers front office at 815-722-2287 Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm.There is a minimum ticket purchase of 2 seats per game and a maximum purchase of 6 seats per game. Suites will also be available to purchase starting at $300 for 10 people. Suites are limited, so call 815-722-2287 for more information.

For up to the minute news, follow the Slammers on Twitter @jolietslammers and use #jailbreak2020.

About the Joliet Slammers:

The Joliet Slammers play at DuPage Medical Group Field in downtown Joliet, Illinois.  They will play their 10th season in 2020.  Visit the Slammers online at www.jolietslammers.com or call the office at 815-722-2287 for more information.  Don’t forget to “Like” the Slammers on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jolietslammers or follow them on Twitter at @jolietslammers and Instagram at @jolietslammersofficial

WHITE SOX SELECT BOOMERS STADIUM IN SUBURBAN SCHAUMBURG AS TRAINING SITE FOR THE 2020 SEASON

CHICAGO, Ill. – The Chicago White Sox and the Schaumburg Boomers have announced the selection of Boomers Stadium in Schaumburg, Ill. as Major League Baseball’s mandated training site for the club’s taxi squad during the 2020 season.

The Boomers Stadium site will serve as a training facility for players not on the White Sox active roster but who are eligible to be recalled or have their contracts purchased by the club. The facility, which opened in 1999, will host workouts, practices and intrasquad games from July 15 through the end of the season. Coaches, trainers and support staff from the White Sox player development department will oversee the squad in Schaumburg.

“We are extremely fortunate to have a high-quality facility like Boomer Stadium located close enough to our ballpark to allow our players to prepare and work out for the 2020 season,” said Rick Hahn, White Sox senior vice president/general manager. “The White Sox organization is very appreciative of Patrick Salvi, his excellent staff, and of course, the people of Schaumburg for being so welcoming to us.”

Due to workload and other demands on the ballpark and playing surface, the White Sox organization will provide several enhancements to the Schaumburg facility, including:

  • Installing an all-weather hitting and pitching tunnel in right field;
  • Full upgrade of the playing field to MLB dimensions and specifications;
  • Conversion of the suite level “Schaumburg Club” to a strength conditioning area for player use;
  • Renovation of the clubhouses and training areas to meet social distancing protocols;
  • Creation of multiple food service areas, including on-site dining and “to go” options;
  • Two health screening and testing locations for players and staff.

“Being a lifelong White Sox fan, I am thrilled that the White Sox selected Boomers Stadium for their 2020 training site,” said Patrick A Salvi, CEO and Owner of the Schaumburg Boomers. “We are excited to host some of the very best prospects in White Sox organization this summer. I would like to thank Rick Hahn and the entire Chicago White Sox organization, along with Mayor Tom Dailly and the Village of Schaumburg, for their efforts in turning this exciting opportunity into a reality.”

“We are incredibly excited to hear of the White Sox coming to the Boomers’ stadium,” said Tom Dailly, Mayor of Schaumburg. “To have a one of our major-league home teams practicing and training in our facility is very thrilling. We look forward to them enjoying our facility and having some summer fun.”

Workouts at Boomers Stadium will be closed to the public and open to the media only when specified by the White Sox. The White Sox will release a roster of players scheduled to be assigned to Boomers Stadium prior to the start of workouts next week.

BOULDERS HOSTING DRIVE-IN MOVIE SATURDAY NIGHT

Baseball is on pause but we can still enjoy a baseball movie on Saturday night! Join the New York Boulders for our Drive-In Movie on Saturday July 11th!  A League of Their Own is this week’s feature.  Bosse Field, home of the Evansville Otters, served as the home ballpark for the Racine Belles for the movie, while League Stadium in Huntingburg, Indiana, home of the former Dubois County Dragons, hosted the Rockford Peaches action.

About this Event

*Parking lot opens at 8:00pm. Movie begins at dusk, around 9:00pm.*

Palisades Credit Union Park – Parking Lot presented by Teplitz Metal Processing and Olori High Reach!

TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN-ADVANCE. TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE DOOR.

TICKETS – CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE

– $50 per carload

– Every car receives: 4 hamburgers, 4 chips, and 4 sodas or waters

– Limited number of tickets available

– Public restrooms will be available with social distancing/cleaning protocols in effect

– You MUST put car’s make/model and license plate number on ticket confirmation page. Both the make/model and license plate number MUST match the car that arrives at the movie!

– Tickets are not authorized for resale. Tickets should only be purchased though our secure site

– FM transmittor will be working so you can listen to the movie in your car and we will be showing the closed captioning version of the movie

DETAILS

– All guests MUST practice social distancing

– Cars will be distanced in the parking lot, with one space between each car.

– Purchase your tickets by clicking on the green “Tickets” link

– You may bring outside food/drinks but every car will receive the provided 4 hamburgers, 4 chips, and 4 sodas or waters. We will not make modifications to provided food or price of admission.

– The movie is RAIN OR SHINE!

OPENING WEEK TICKETS ON SALE IN WASHINGTON

Wild Things Park will host baseball in 2020, with the Steel City Slammin’ Sammies, Baseball Brillance Sox, and Road Warriors joining the Washington Wild Things in action this summer.

The 2020 rosters for the Slammin’ Sammies and Wild Things combine to include two former MLB players, 24 former All-Stars, 11 former WPIAL standouts, 16 Pennsylvania natives, and endless Western Pennsylvania connections.

Tickets will be put on sale each Sunday for the upcoming week’s games.  Two games will be played at 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM on Thursdays, Friday, and Saturdays with games at 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM on Sundays.  Games begin on Thursday, July 9.

Week 1 tickets are now on sale! $20 ticket per game, unassigned seating, parking included. Extremely limited capacity. Designated Senior Sections available daily. Pre-purchase tickets ONLINE ONLY, no walkups permitted. Masks required upon entry and in common areas unless medical condition prohibits.

Safety information for Wild Things Park is available here.

JOLIET’S CITY OF CHAMPIONS CUP TICKETS ON SALE

Come on out to watch Joliet’s very own City of Champions Cup season! Due to popular demand, the Slammers are pleased to announce the release of individual game tickets for the City of Champions Cup beginning at 12pm CST on Wednesday, July 1st. The complete 54 game schedule can be found at www.jolietslammers.com/printable-schedule. Due to limited availability, fans are encouraged to call 815-722-2287 to guarantee their tickets to a professional baseball game this summer.

The Joliet Tully Monsters, Chicago Deep Dish, and NERDS® Herd all will compete for the City of Champions Cup. We also are introducing a new, fun twist to extra innings – a home run derby.

The Tully Monster is the official state fossil of Illinois and is only found in the Mazon Creek Fossil Beds of Illinois, a 30 minute drive from the ballpark. These aquatic creatures lived over 300 million years ago and grew up to 14 inches in length. We are excited that we will be bringing back much larger human Tully Monsters to take the field this summer to celebrate some truly ancient Illinois history. Scott Spiezio will be the Joliet Tully Monsters Team Manager.

We couldn’t have a season without paying homage to the iconic Chicago deep dish pizza. Deep dish is rooted in the culture and history of Chicagoland, and each restaurant strives for the longest cheese pull when serving a slice. We can’t wait to showcase this world-renowned food icon with the Chicago Deep Dish team. Managing the Chicago Deep Dish will be Glenallen Hill.

Ferrara Candy Company will introduce the NERDS® Herd to the City of Champions Cup this summer. Ferrara is an iconic Chicago sweet snacking company, started in 1908 – with 35 iconic and beloved brands including NERDS®, Black Forest®, Trolli®, SweeTARTS®, Laffy Taffy®, Now and Later®, Keebler®, Famous Amos® and Lemonhead®. Corky Miller will manage the NERDS® Herd.

The City of Champions Cup will be introducing a new twist to extra innings. Instead of having a player start on second base in the case of a tie, players will instead participate in a Home Run Derby. Each team will pick a player to participate, and a coach or player of their choice to throw. Each batter will get 5 pitches and whoever has the most home runs after those 5 pitches will win the game. If a home run is not hit in those 5 pitches, a new round of 5 pitches will start, with the same batters, until a home run is hit.

Merchandise with the new team logos can be purchased at www.jolietslammers.store and individual game tickets can be purchased at www.jolietslammers.com or by calling the Slammers front office at 815-722-2287 Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm.  There is a minimum ticket purchase of 2 seats per game and a maximum purchase of 6 seats per game. Suites will also be available to purchase starting at $300 for 10 people. Suites are limited, so call 815-722-2287 for more information.

For up to the minute news, follow the Slammers on Twitter @jolietslammers and use #jailbreak2020.

Tickets are $15 per seat plus a processing fee, and can be purchased by calling the front office at 815-722-2287 Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. There is a minimum ticket purchase of 2 seats per game and a maximum purchase of 6 seats per game. Suites will also be available to purchase starting at $300 for 10 people. Suites are limited, so call 815-722-2287 for more information.

Due to health regulations, all tickets will be digital and a waiver must be signed prior to receiving tickets. Fans must wear a mask at all times except when sitting in their assigned seats. All operations at the games will be cashless. For more health guidelines, call 815-722-2287.

 

DUFF ENTERTAINMENT LAUNCHES CARPOOL CONCERTS AT BOOMERS STADIUM

JUMP IN THE CARPOOL and LISTEN TO LIVE MUSIC AGAIN!

Carpool Concerts is a series of drive-in concerts where people enjoy live music while staying safe and socially distant. Take the drive-in movie concept and replace the big screen with a stage and a live concert you’ll never forget!

The Schaumburg Boomers’ parking lot will have plenty of room for guests to mingle and dance outside of the car in their private socially distant fun zone.

CONCERT SCHEDULE

THUR, July 9th, 6pm     SIXTEEN CANDLES

THUR, July 9th, 9pm     SIXTEEN CANDLES

FRI, July 10th, 6pm       BOY BAND REVIEW

FRI, July 10th 9pm        TRIPPIN’ BILLIES

(presented by SHE 100.3)

SAT, July 11th, 6pm          SOUTHERN ACCENTS

SAT, July 11th, 9pm          ROD TUFFCURLS & THE BENCH PRESS

SUN, July 12th, 4pm         AMERICAN ENGLISH

TICKET INFORMATION

On sale Wed, June 24th, 10am

TICKETWEB: bit.ly/BoomersCarpoolConcerts

VIP – First four rows – includes car service

Car w/2      $60

Car w/3      $90

Car w/4      $100

General Admission

Car w/2     $30

Car w/3     $45

Car w/4     $50

SAFETY PROTOCOLS & DETAILS

  • Carpools limited to four people.
  • All guests must have a mask and will be required to wear it when going to restroom or concessions.

Each parking space will have 12 ft. between cars allowing for social distancing protocols outside the car.

  • Restrooms and concessions will be controlled with social distancing protocols.
  • Performances will be 75 minutes.
  • Medical personnel will be on site.
  • All tickets will be sold in advance through TicketWeb. No on-site sales or will call will be available.
  • Food and beverages will be available for purchase on site. No grilling or cooking is permitted.

SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS STADIUM

1999 Springinsguth Rd,

Schaumburg, IL 60193

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