By Tim Moody | 6/24/14 12:15 PM
As part of the festivities leading up to the Ohio Machine’s historic 4th of July matchup with the Chesapeake Bayhawks, the Machine is teaming up with critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Ali Spagnola who will perform the National Anthem prior to the game.
Earlier in the day, Ali will perform her version of the Power Hour drinking game with a unique one-hour concert, featuring 60 original, catchy, one-minute songs. It’s a concert. It’s a game. It’s a party. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before!
Any fan 21 and over with a game ticket for the Machine’s 4th of July game can take advantage of $2 Labatt Beer specials at Roop Brother’s during Ali’s concert.
The concert will start at 1 p.m. at the nearby Roop Brother’s Pub – just a block away from Selby Stadium. Ali will also be performing the National Anthem live before the Machine and Bayhawks square off at 4 p.m.
This year, the Machine has teamed up with the City of Delaware to present the annual 4th of July Fireworks Show like never before. For the first time in history, the fireworks spectacular will be large enough to be seen from inside Selby Stadium.
A ticket to the game will also get fans continued access to the stadium for all of the fun and games leading up to the Delaware fireworks show at 9:30 p.m. Don’t miss $1 hot dogs in-stadium all day. Be a part of history and join this new tradition!
Tickets and more information for the game are available online at TheOhioMachine.com/July4 with seats starting at just $12. Selby Stadium is the single best spot in town to view the fireworks show, so buy your tickets today!
Roop Brother Pub is located at 7 N. Union Street in Delaware, Ohio.
You must be 21+ to attend the concert and/or consume alcohol. The Ohio Machine and Labatt Blue remind you to always drink responsibly.
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