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Kalamazoo Growlers Fireworks Moving to Centerfield

Interactive Wham City Lights show to be featured each fireworks night

KALAMAZOO, MI – The Kalamazoo Growlers are excited to announce a major change coming to Homer Stryker Field this summer.  New this year will be the Growlers “Front Row Fireworks” where fireworks shows will now be shot from centerfield each game.

For the past two years, fireworks shows were shot from behind the stadium requiring fans to leave their seats and watch the show from the field. Now fans can now stay right in their seats and enjoy the post-game show in comfort. For the first time this year, fireworks nights will also be featuring Tishhouse Electric’s Wham City Lights show, a unique mobile display that will create another show from the fans phones as well.

Wham City Lights

Also new this year are two (2) featured shows during the Independence Day weekend.  One on Red, White, and Boom! Night, July 2nd and one on Monday, July 4th. The Growlers Fourth of July fireworks display is the largest in Kalamazoo and tickets to both nights can be locked in by purchasing a 5-Game ticket package.  Additional fireworks shows will be featured on all Growler home games on Friday nights

Fireworks Dates

Fans can guarantee tickets to the team’s top weekend dates of the season by locking in the Growlers new 5-game pack.  5-game packs include the best seats at the team’s five (5) best games with all-you-can-eat food and beverages with guaranteed giveaways. There are two 5-game pack options for fans to choose from and are $69 per package.  Fans can buy online by going to http://kalamazoo-growlers.nwltickets.com/Ticket/Packages/.  Fans can also call the team’s front office at (269) 492-9966 or by emailing tickets@growlersbaseball.com.

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