Crawdads Set Spring Fling for March 23rd

Individual Tickets to Go on Sale at Spring Fling

By Ashley Salinas / Hickory Crawdads | February 21, 2019 4:00 PM

Hickory, NC- The Crawdads will be hosting their annual Spring Fling, presented by Lonnie Shook CPA PLLC, at the Frans on Saturday, March 23rd from 10:30am to 1pm. The free stadium event will be full of games, food, and exclusive ticket deals. The first 250 fans will receive a mystery Crawdads prize as they enter the stadium.

Individual tickets will go on sale in-person during the Spring Fling. Fans at the event can take advantage of an exclusive deal of four tickets for Opening Weekend for just $10.99 (savings of $29).

The Crawdads will be offering a limited-time sale at the Spring Fling on suite and party patio rentals. For every upset during March Madness' round of 64, fans can take $10 off the price of a rental in April or May (excluding the Christian Concert on April 27th).

Fans will be able to purchase sweetFrog Claw Club, the official Crawdads kids club for kids 12 and under, and Hickory Falls Silver Sluggers, the 'Dads club for fans 60 and older. Membership cards for those who previously signed up for the clubs will be available for pick up.

The Spring Fling will also feature an inflatable bounce house, speed pitch, cornhole, and an arts and crafts table. Throughout the event, a high school baseball game will take place on the field.

Lonnie Shook CPA PLLC staff will be on hand at the Spring Fling to answer any tax questions. They are committed to providing high quality professional service to every client. Their goal is your satisfaction and your success. Each member of their staff is a degreed professional and has multiple years of accounting and tax experience.

The Crawdads will open their season at L.P. Frans Stadium on April 11th against the Kannapolis Intimidators. For more information about the Crawdads, including promotions, ticket books, and group outings please visit www.hickorycrawdads.com or contact the front office at (828) 322-3000.

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

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