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Star Wars Night XIII -June 6

One of the ballpark's signature nights, Star Wars Night XIII, presented by Alfred State College returns Saturday, June 6 as the Bisons host the Indianapolis Indians (6:05 p.m.).

This night is a must-attend for both baseball and Star Wars fans! Even before the Bisons take the field, fans rush to Sahlen Field to enjoy Character Appearances throughout the ballpark's concourse. There are also Laser Sword sales to benefit the Compass House as well as Game-Worn and Autographed Jersey Auctions (before June 6) and Jersey Raffles (at the event).

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.

Star Wars Night Ticket Packs

Star Wars Night Jerseys

Game Worn & Autographed Jersey Auction -BID NOW

This year's custom Star Wars Jersey pays tribute to the Mandalorian bounty we all love, Boba Fett!

Bidding is now underway (now through June 4th (9pm) for you to own one of these one-of-a-kind jerseys, game-worn and autographed by the player/coach. Proceeds of both the auction and the raffle will go to the Compass House. Jerseys will not be available at the Sahlen Field gift shops, so this is your only opportunity to make sure you get a Boba Fett jersey!!!

Wearing Costumes

We love to see fans get into the spirit of Star Wars night by wearing their favorite t-shirts, hoodies, past jerseys, etc. But please note, ONLY official Lucas Films certified characters are allowed to be in full costume.

Fans of all ages with full masks or props guns will not be allowed into Sahlen Field. Plastic laser swords and lightsabers will be allowed in.  

Compass House

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.