Upcoming Promotions At Spirit Communications Park

Total Eclipse of the Park, Tim Tebow Bobbleheads highlight July & August dates

By Sam Hyman | July 13, 2017 12:51 PM ET

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The second half of the season is in full swing and the Fireflies have a tremendous amount of excitement for fans in the weeks ahead at Spirit Communications Park. Theme nights will continue to highlight every home Saturday game for the rest of the season; other special promotions are on tap as well -- including the Total Eclipse of the Park on August 21.

Fans can come to the Box Office at Spirit Communications Park, call the Fireflies Ticket Office at (803) 726-HITS, or visit FirefliesTickets.com for tickets and information.

 

Theme nights ahead:

 

July 15 - Mason's Birthday Bash

July 29 - 70s Night - Staff will be dressed up in 70s attire and fans will be digging on some Disco tunes. As always, fans are encouraged to join the fun.

August 12 - Cartoon Night - Staff will be dressed up in costume as cartoons and fans are encouraged to join.

August 19 - NASA Night - In honor of Total Eclipse Weekend the Fireflies are celebrating all things NASA!

 

Numerous special events, entertainment acts, and giveaways are also in store:

 

July 28 - ZOOperstars!

ZOOperstars! are a one of a kind, hilarious mascot inflatable entertainment show that fans of all ages love to watch.

August 21 - Total Eclipse of the Park

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. On August 21, 2017, people in the Midlands will witness the sun disappear behind the moon and turn daylight into twilight. It's a special 1:05 p.m. first pitch at Spirit Communications Park and the game will feature a stoppage of play during totality of the eclipse. All fans will receive special eclipse glasses, presented by Bay Equity Home Loans & The Jeff Riley Team.

August 30 - Tim Tebow Bobblehead giveaway

The first 2,000 fans who enter the ballpark on August 30th will receive a Tim Tebow bobblehead, presented by Bojangles'.

August 31 - FINAL HOME GAME (with fireworks)

 

In addition, daily specials will continue to be on display for the rest of the season:

 

$2 Tuesdays - $2 hot dogs, popcorn, and fountain sodas

Wag-Along Wednesdays - Bring your dog with you (signed waiver required)

Budweiser Thirsty Thursdays - Half-priced draft beer and fountain sodas

Fridays - Blue Cross Blue Shield fun, fireworks, and more!

Sundays - Future Scholar 529 Splash Day and postgame player autographs

 

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About the Columbia Fireflies

The Columbia Fireflies are the South Atlantic League affiliate of the New York Mets. Winners of Ballpark Digest's Best New Branding and Logo Award in 2016, the Fireflies play games across the southeast and mid-Atlantic regions, including against in-state rivals in Charleston and Greenville. The team partnered with the city of Columbia and Hughes Development to construct Spirit Communications Park, a multi-use outdoor sports and entertainment venue at the center of the BullStreet development. The Columbia Fireflies are owned by Hardball Capital, owners of the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Midwest League and the Chattanooga Lookouts of the Southern League. For more information, visit ColumbiaFireflies.com, or follow the Fireflies on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

 

About Spirit Communications Park

Spirit Communications Park, the 2016 Ballpark Digest Ballpark of the Year, is a 365-day per year multi-use sports and entertainment venue located in the heart of downtown Columbia, SC. Spirit Communications Park is the home ballpark for the Columbia Fireflies, the South Atlantic League affiliate of the New York Mets. Designed for baseball, concerts, football, soccer and a host of other activities, the venue seats approximately 9,000 for sporting events and up to 15,000 for major outdoor concerts. With 16 luxury suites and a 7,000 square-foot Club Level Lounge, Spirit Communications Park can also host everything from business meetings to wedding receptions, and everything in between. The venue is open 365 days a year and serves as a public park with the wrap-around concourse representing 1/3 of a mile for walkers and joggers. For more information, visit www.SpiritCommunicationsPark.com

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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