Grand Junction Rockies releases promotional schedule
Fireworks will again highlight the evening after each Friday night home game as the Grand Junction Rockies announce their 2015 Promotion Schedule.
“Fireworks on Friday Night are becoming a Rockies tradition here in Grand Junction, and the fans love it,” said Tim Ray, Grand Junction Rockies general manager in a press release.
All four of the Friday night home games will feature fireworks along with Labor Day weekend of Sunday, Sept/ 6. All fireworks games will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Symphony Under The Stars — featuring the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra will perform after the Sunday, August 23, game next to Suplizio Field at Stoker Stadium. This concert will kick-start the Symphony’s 38th season in Grand Junction.
The Rockies will offer plenty of giveaways this season. Leading the long list of promotional items will be the first ever Grand Junction Rockies Player Statue on Saturday, Sept. 5. All stadium giveaways are limited in quantity.
The Grand Junction Rockies will conduct their first Youth Baseball Camp on Saturday, June 27. This two hour camp is open to area kids ages 9-12. Kids must be accompanied by a guardian — registration will take place the morning of the camp beginning at 8 a.m. — camp spots will be limited.
The Tuxedo Corn Company from Olathe will be featuring their taste watering sweet corn during the Rockies games on August 9-11.
The Second Annual Palisade Peach Night will be Wednesday, August 12 and Dinger of the Colorado Rockies makes a return visit for Mascot Night, Thursday, August 27.
A complete listing of the 2015 Grand Junction Rockies promotion schedule can be viewed and printed by visiting http://www.gjrockies.com.
Single game tickets for the upcoming season are currently available for purchase at area City Market stores, http://www.gjrockies.com and the Rockies front office at 1315 North Ave. in Grand Junction.
For more information, visit http://www.gjrockies.com.
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