The Delmarva Shorebirds are hosting their second-ever “Drive-In” Fireworks Spectacular presented by Valvoline Instant Oil Change & Hudson Behavioral Health on September 18, 2020 at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. Parking spaces are limited and all guests must purchase their parking passes online prior to the event through the Shorebirds online parking service CLUTCH. The Shorebirds main parking lot will open at 7:30 PM and admission is $12.40 (includes fees) per car. For more information in regards to the specifics of the Shorebirds Drive-In Fireworks Spectacular, please keep reading the sections below.
Parking Passes: To purchase parking passes for the Shorebirds Drive-In Fireworks Spectacular presented by Valvoline Instant Oil Change & Hudson Behavioral Health on September 18, 2020, all guests must purchase a parking pass online. The price is $12.40 per car (includes fees) and can only be purchased through the Shorebirds online parking service CLUTCH. Once you arrive at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium, please show your purchased pass to the Shorebirds staff and they will usher you to your parking location. All vehicles must be able to fit in one regular sized parking space. RVs, Bus, and oversized vehicles are not permitted for this event.
PLEASE NOTE: You are not allowed to purchase passes at the Arthur W. Perdue Stadium on the day of the event as all passes must be purchased prior to you arriving at the event on September 18th.
Arthur W. Perdue Stadium: Arthur W. Perdue Stadium is closed to the public and will remain closed to the public for the Drive-In Fireworks event. This includes the bathrooms, concessions, offices, stadium seating, and everything inside the friendly confines of Arthur W. Perdue Stadium that will not be available to the public.
Bathrooms: There will be no stadium access which includes no bathroom access available for guests at the event. Guests are encouraged to use the bathroom in their homes before they come and will not be allowed to leave the parking lot once they have parked in a designated area.
Concessions: There will be no concessions available to purchase food or drink during the event.
Fireworks: The Fireworks show is scheduled to begin at approximately 9:00 PM on September 18. All fans that are looking to attend the event, must have a purchased parking pass through CLUTCH and must arrive by 8:30 PM. At approximately 8:50 PM, Hobbs Road will be closed and cars will not be permitted to enter/leave Arthur W. Perdue Stadium until after the fireworks have completed.
Leaving Your Vehicle: During the Drive-In Fireworks Spectacular, vehicles will be parked socially distant in the Shorebirds Parking Lot. While the preference is for guests to remain inside their vehicles, fans will be allowed to exit their vehicles to sit in a truck bed, the back seat of an SUV, and sit within the limits of their respective vehicle.
Music: The Delmarva Shorebirds are also proud to partner with iHeart Media, Delmarva and their six brands, Froggy 99-9, Q-105, Magic 98.9, Kiss 95.9, News Radio 1470 and Fox Sports 960, for the Delmarva Shorebirds Fireworks Spectacular on Friday, September 18th presented by Valvoline Instant Oil Change & Hudson Behavioral Health.
Fox Sports 960 is the flagship station of the Shorebirds and will present the musical soundtrack for the fireworks at approximately 9 PM. You can listen on air at AM 960 or through a free download of the iHeart Radio App, just search Fox Sports 960.
Parking Lot: The Parking Lot will open at 7:30 PM and fans must arrive no later than 8:30 PM. Please enter through the Lot B parking lot entrance just south of the stadium. From there, please follow all posted signage and instructions given by Shorebirds staff in directing you to the proper designated parking areas. For more information on parking and directions to Arthur W. Perdue Stadium, please visit our Directions & Parking Page located on our website.
Rain Date: If the fireworks show would be rained out, all passes purchased will be able to be used on the make-up date on Saturday, September 19 at the same time at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium.