Minor league baseball franchise the Brooklyn Cyclones have announced their annual Grateful Dead night, scheduled to take place at the team’s game against the Aberdeen IronBirds on Saturday, July 6th at Brooklyn’s MCU Park. The stadium is just a stone’s throw away from the Coney Island boardwalk and has a history of its own within the music world, having hosted performances by Furthur featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, in addition to shows by Phish, Daft Punk, and others.
For the Cyclones’ upcoming Grateful Dead-themed game night, in addition to a ticket to the ballgame, Deadheads will receive tie-dye caps and be entered for a special giveaway package. A special “BasebALL You Can Drink” package will be also available for purchase, which includes unlimited beer, wine, liquor, and soft drinks during designated hours.
The Cyclones join fellow baseball teams the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals, as well as the Detroit Red Wings and Florida Panthers, and more in celebrating the Grateful Dead and their music this year at sporting events.
Tickets for the Brooklyn Cycles Grateful Dead night go on sale Wednesday, April 10th.
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