Friday, July 28th will truly be a magical and remarkable night. The Grizzlies are excited to host some of the most beautiful princesses in the world at GCS Credit Union Ballpark as they take on the Washington Wild Things at 7:05 PM.
The night starts early with Fitness Friday. Consuming Kinetics Dance Company will instruct a Zumba class on the field from 5:15-6:15 PM! This pre-game exercise will get you in the mood for some Grizzlies baseball.
Immediately following Zumba, Saint Louis RC Flying Association will take the field and conduct an air show featuring a variety of their latest and greatest model planes. Come on out and witness the flips and tricks the Flying Association showcases!
Upon gates opening, there will be an Edward Jones hat giveaway for the first 500 fans through the gates. Be sure to get to this game early for all the pre-game entertainment and stylish headwear!
The Grizzlies are ecstatic to announce that Elsa, Anna, and Belle will all be in attendance for the night’s game! Who can turn away an opportunity to see some of Disney’s most adored Princesses? NO ONE!
And finally to top off this fun-filled night…POST GAME FIREWORKS! This night really could not get any better!
For more information on Princess Night or for tickets call the Grizzlies box office at 618.337.3000 or CLICK THE LINK HERE!
ABOUT THE GATEWAY GRIZZLIES: The Gateway Grizzlies are a professional baseball team, located a mere 100-yards from I-255 (10 minutes from downtown St. Louis). The Grizzlies offer baseball fans entertainment, the likes of which are difficult to find - affordable, family, fun in the comfortable GCS Credit Union Ballpark with a great view of the St. Louis skyline. For tickets or general information please visit gatewaygrizzlies.com or call 618.337.3000.
ABOUT THE FRONTIER LEAGUE: The Frontier League is celebrating its 25th season as a professional, independent baseball organization. Since its inception, the Frontier League has provided millions of fans to a fun and exciting baseball experience within the American Midwest. Consisting of 12 teams in two divisions and 96 game schedules, the league is recognized for the amount of talented athletes that are picked up by various MLB teams every year.