Star Wars Night 2017
STAR WARS NIGHT WILL RETURN IN 2017
The Star Wars Tradition.
It's one of the Bisons signature events. Star Wars Night is presented each year by Alfred State College and benefits Compass House.
The Force has always been strong with Star Wars Night. The event has played out before a sold-out Coca-Cola Field crowd for four straight seasons, with a total attendance over 135,000 since its debut in 2008.
The excitement begins well before first pitch. Character Appearances from The North Ridge and The 501st and Rebel Legion begin as soon as the ballpark gates open at 4:00 p.m. There are Laser Sword sales to benefit the Compass House as well as Game-Worn and Autographed Jersey Auctions before the game on Bisons.com and in the ballpark. Of course, the battle for control of the ballpark rages on between the Jedi Knights and the Dark Side and is played out over between-inning movies before the final postgame On-Field Battle and Fireworks Show.
Thank you to all the great Bisons fans that made 2016 another fantastic sold-out installment in the Star Wars Night series. We'll see you in 2017 and stay tuned in the offseason on details of our milestone 10th episode in the series!
For a seventh consecutive year, the Bisons players wore their own customized Star Wars Night Jerseys in 2016. The DARTH VADER JERSERY was an all-black jersey featuring the face of cinema's greatest villain. The jersey came complete with the Sith Lord's own TIE Fighter on the front and a Sith Lord Darth patch on the right sleeve (click on the picture to the right to expand).
CLICK HERE to previous Bisons' Star Wars Night Jerseys.
Star Wars Night Logo Caps by New Era
The Buffalo Bisons are selling New Era Star Wars Night Logo Caps. The caps are available in royal blue and scarlet red, with fitted and adjustable options for each. The caps cost $29.99 for the fitted version and $24.99 for adjustable. Click on the cap picture to purchase
Compass House is a not-for-profit agency offering safe shelter and services for runaway and homeless youth in Western New York. Founded in 1972, they have a decades-long track record of advocacy in WNY and remain the only shelter and resource center for both male and female runaway and homeless youth ages 12-24 in Erie County.
For more information, visit CompassHouse.org.