Saint Paul's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacle To Take Place Over CHS Field Following Saints GameST. PAUL, MN June 24, 2015
Saint Paul’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacle to Take Place over CHS Field Following Game
Primeviewing spots will be available near the ballpark
SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Visit Saint Paul and the St. Paul Saints announced today that Saint Paul’s annual July 4thfireworks display will take place following the Saints game against the Fargo Moorhead Redhawks on Saturday at approximately 10:00 p.m. The actual time of the fireworks will vary depending upon the time the game ends.
“From day one, this ballpark has been about bringing the community together,” said Tom Whaley, Executive Vice President, St. Paul Saints Baseball Club. “We look forward to putting on the annual Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza and bringing the people of Saint Paul together to celebrateIndependence Day!”
All are encouraged to pack a blanket, travel by light rail, bike or bus and enjoy the free fireworks display from nearby Indian Mounds Regional Park or Lower Landing Park.
"This is a brand new venue for a proud Saint Paul tradition," said Terry Mattson, President & CEO of Visit Saint Paul. "We are excited about bringing even more visitors to Saint Paul to celebrate the new ballpark and our nation's independence with a major league pyrotechnics display that will be visible beyond the seats of the stadium."
Treasure Island Grass Berm seats will go on sale in person at the box office beginning at 10:00 a.m. on July 4. Standing room only tickets will become available approximately a week before the July 4th game. Fans are also encouraged to check saintsbaseball.com as select season tickets become available through our season ticket holders.
About St. Paul Saints Baseball:
The St. Paul Saints are an Independent Minor League organization which has been promoting fun for 23 seasons. Known for their promotional wizardry, they have garnered national attention on CNN, MSNBC, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, The Today Show and newspapers across the country. The Saints have a live four-legged pig deliver baseballs to umpires, a nun who gives massages to fans and haircuts at the ballpark. Saints baseball is about affordable family entertainment, all wrapped around a great baseball experience.
About Visit Saint Paul:
Visit Saint Paul, formerly the Saint Paul Convention & Visitors Authority, was founded in 1927 as the Saint Paul Convention and Visitors Bureau, making it one of the oldest destination marketing organizations in the United States. The mission of the organization is to generate economic growth for Saint Paul by effectively marketing the RiverCentre campus, Saint Paul and the region as a preferred convention and tourism destination. Visit Saint Paul oversees management of the Saint Paul RiverCentre Convention Center and Legendary Roy Wilkins Auditorium.