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White Sox offer fans "Food, Fireworks and Fun" during holiday week


CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox are offering specially-priced ballpark food items, as well as a variety of additional fan activities, during the Fourth of July series against Baltimore (July 2-4).

This special Independence Week promotion, will feature a tiered menu of ballpark food items for $1, $2, $3 and $4 on 100 and 500-levels. Food items in each tier will include:

  • $1 - Premium pork hot dog
  • $2 - Popcorn bucket or popcorn megaphone
  • $3 - Vienna beef dog and Polish sausage, Bobak's bratwurst, Italian sausage, jalapeno-cheddar sausage, Dippin Dots and Lemon Chill
  • $4 - Hamburger or souvenir Pepsi soda cup

The Club Level (300-level) at U.S. Cellular Field will feature the following specially-priced food items:   $2 popcorn or ice cream novelties; $3 Vienna beef dog or bratwurst; and $4 hamburger or soda.

On Wednesday, July 3, fans have the opportunity to enjoy an Independence Day celebration featuring an extended fireworks display, set to patriotic music, at the conclusion of the game, presented by FirstMerit Bank.

Additionally, there will a patriotic-themed pregame parade before the start of the game on Thursday, July 4. The first 1,800 fans who arrive at Gate 1 are welcome to participate in the parade that will make its way around the warning track of U.S. Cellular Field.   Fans are asked to wear red, white and blue in celebration of Independence Day and will be provided mini-American flags.

Tickets are available now and fans should visit whitesox.com, call (866)-SOX-GAME or visit the U.S. Cellular Field ticket office to purchase tickets. In combination with the specially-priced ballpark food, tickets for the series start as low as $15 in the Lower Level and $7 in the Upper Level. 

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