PRESS RELEASE – This is one promotion where Clark the Cub definitely won’t be invited. The Schaumburg Boomers invite you to leave the kids at home and join us for an evening of grown-up fun at the ballpark for a special 8 p.m. game on 21 and Over Night on Thursday, May 29 at Boomers Stadium.
“Yes we’re usually about family entertainment at Boomers Stadium, but it’s going to be a heck of a lot of fun to flip the script for one night this summer and do something that’s never been done before at a baseball game!” Boomers President/GM Andy Viano said. “Think of it like going out to a bar to watch a sporting event, but instead of viewing something on television, we’ve got live entertainment with a baseball game and much more geared to an entirely adult audience.”
From live music and jello shots to dancing girls (and dancing guys too), 21 and Over Night will have a little something for everyone (as the name suggests) ages 21 and over. Expanding on our regular Thirsty Thursday lineup will be a number of TBA drink specials in addition to $2 draft beer presented by MillerCoors. The lineup of sarcastic video and sound clips will be expanded to include uncensored ones and our between inning fun will be geared to the grown-ups as well.
“We’ll have tons of drink specials, classic games like bags, flip cup and beer pong set up around the park as well as a few other surprises in the works. It will definitely make hiring a baby-sitter worth it to join us for this night!”
The defending champion Schaumburg Boomers open the 2014 season on Friday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. against the Florence Freedom. The perfect destination for group outings of any size or budget, reserve your date for the easiest, most affordable company picnic at Boomers Stadium this summer. Group discounts start at just 20 people and for more information on booking your next outing at the ballpark, visit http://www.boomersbaseball.com today!
4 responses to “Leave the Kids at Home: Boomers to Hold ’21 and Over Night’ Promo”
What was the name of the band last night? They were great!
I’ve joked about a small stadium in our area hosting something like that permanently, kind of like the Bakersfield Jam in the D-League where everything is premium, group seating but the ballpark would be a bar for live baseball.
The whole uncensored thing is pretty silly, though. I’m not a prude or anything but even I don’t think I’d enjoy swearing in songs and video clips at a game.
My only question is why?
A bold gamble. Risk alienating the core audience and risk either going too far on the “adult” theme or conversely risk this being a wasted night by not doing anything you would actually keep a child from.
And an 8 p.m. start for a three hour plus Frontier League game on a weeknight?