Logjam Presents production company and the City of Missoula (MT) have proposed an agreement to bring concerts to Ogren Park, home of the Missoula Osprey (Rookie, Pioneer League), starting next year. Read more here.
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Proposed Agreement Could Bring Concerts to Ogren Park
Great White, Slaughter to Rock Osprey’s Ogren Park
PRESS RELEASE – Tickets for the show go on sale online at MissoulaOsprey.com, at the MSO Hub Box Office, located at 140 N Higgins in downtown Missoula and by phone at (406) 543-3300 on Tuesday, July 30 at 10 a.m. Continue reading
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Unique ‘Float to the Game’ Today in Missoula (UPDATED – LINK TO PHOTOS)
The Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League) are offering a unique and fun “Float to the Game” promotion starting at 1 p.m. this afternoon. Participating fans will be taken from Ogren Park, the team’s home along the Clark Fork River, to waiting rafts that will take them on a guided float back to the stadium. Fans will then be treated to an all-you-can-eat BBQ meal before the Osprey’s game against Continue reading
Steve Martin Coming to Ogren Park
PRESS RELEASE – You know him as “The Jerk”, a wild and crazy guy and “The Father of the Bride”, but the Missoula Osprey, in conjunction with CT Touring announced today that legendary comedian Steve Martin accompanied by Steep Canyon Rangers will perform a night of Bluegrass and Banjo live in concert at Ogren Park Allegiance Field on Friday, July 20 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the show will go on Continue reading
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Deal Finally Closed on Missoula Ballpark
Missoula (MT) Mayor John Engen announced Thursday that the city’s deal to take control of Ogren Park, home of the Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League), has been finalized. Read more here.
Filed under Lease & Contracts, Stadium Issues
Trouble for Missoula Ballpark Transfer?
Four of the 19 private individuals who signed guarantees for Play Ball Missoula (PBM) to secure a $1.9 million loan from First Security Bank to help fund the building of Ogren Park, home of the Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League), are balking at paying more than $500k to the bank after the loan went into default. This has stalled the transfer of the ballpark to the city. The four Continue reading
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Critic Withdraws Lawsuit Against Missoula
Ross Best, a huge critic of Missoula’s acquisition of Ogren Park, home of the Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League), has withdrawn his lawsuit against the city over concerns about his health. Rather than engaging in a potentially protracted legal battle, Best had decided to focus his efforts on a petition drive to put the issue before the voters. Read more here.
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Missoula Buys Ballpark
The Missoula (MT) City Council voted on Monday to spend $2 million in urban renewal funds and issue $1.555 million in bonds to purchase Ogren Park, home of the Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League), to keep the facility from foreclosure. The Osprey will make $120,000 in annual payments to pay off the debt. Read more here.
Council Committee Recommends Ballpark Buyout
The Missoula (MT) City Council’s Administration and Finance Committee voted 6-3 on Wednesday to recommend the city assume a $3.5 million share of the outstanding debt on Ogren Park, home of the Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League), to keep the ballpark from foreclosure. The full council will vote on the deal next Monday. Read more here.
Missoula Delays Decision on Stadium Purchase
The City of Missoula has delayed a decision to buy Ogren Park, home of the Rookie-level Missoula Osprey (Pioneer League), after hearing public comments on Monday. Read more here.
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Looking to Refinance Ballpark in Missoula
Play Ball Missoula is working on a refinancing plan to pay off Ogren Park, home of the Pioneer League’s Missoula (MT) Osprey. The organization was formed to build the $12 million stadium and receives a precentage of tickets sales and other revenue streams to make facility debt payments. Play Ball would like to see a flat rate lease from the Osprey to ensure predictable income. Read more here.