Wings Baseball's Back Bash is Friday, March 29

FREE Zweigle's, $2 beers, LIVE music highlight the evening

By Rochester Red Wings | February 22, 2019 1:57 PM

Our 3rd Annual Baseball's Back Bash returns on Friday, March 29 to get YOU ready for another exciting season of Red Wings Baseball at Frontier Field! This FREE event will run from 4 pm to 6:30 pm and coincide with the opening of the Red Wings Ticket Office for the 2019 season. Along with all the fun below, we'll introduce all Baseball's Back Bash attendees to a brand-new, never-before-seen ballpark character!!!

What does the 2019 Baseball's Back Bash include:

FOOD: Zweigle's will have a food truck at the ballpark serving up FREE Zweigle's products as well as some Mac 'N Cheese!

DRINKS: We'll have $2 beers and $1 soda/water available for all fans.

MUSIC: Local cover band Genesee Saw will be cranking out classic rock tunes! Check them out here.

FUN: We'll have both our Speed Pitch and Bounce House inflatables set up along with a few tailgate-style games.

It wouldn't be a party without a couple crazy birds! Spikes and Mittsy are flying north early this year to make sure they're available for photos and autographs all evening long.

RAFFLE PRIZES: For every $20 spent in the Red Wings Team Store on this day, fans will receive a raffle ticket. We'll announce a raffle winner at 5 pm, 5:30 pm and 6 pm, and fans MUST be present to win.

5 pm Prize: Red Wings Opening Night winter hat giveaway AND 30 Diamond Dollars

5:30 pm Prize: Red Wings Replica Jersey

6 pm Prize: Red Wings Giveaway Guarantee Club Membership

STORE DISCOUNT: For each transaction at the Ticket Office, fans will receive a 20% off Team Store coupon valid only on March 29.

SEASON SEAT PICK UP: Red Wings Season Seat Holders can pick up their tickets beginning on this day as well. 

The Red Wings 2019 home opener is Thursday, April 11 at 6:05 pm against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs! Single-game tickets for all 70 home games are on sale NOW at RedWingsBaseball.com.

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

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