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Intimidators send 25-year-old ballpark out with a ‘Bang’

KANNAPOLIS — The Intimidators will light up Kannapolis’ night sky 16 times in their last year at Intimidators Stadium, highlighted by firework shows on Opening Night, the two days leading up to Independence Day and the final home game at Intimidators Stadium.
The first display of fireworks will be on Thursday, April 4, for Opening Night, as fans will be able to see the 2019 Intimidators’ team for the first time in action as they take on the Rome Braves at 7 p.m. With all 11 Saturday games getting their dose of fireworks, starting on April 6, Friday goers will be able to enjoy a night show on April 19 when the Intimidators host the Hagerstown Suns, with first pitch set for 7 p.m.
After hitting six Saturday firework games from late April to late June, the Intimidators will celebrate Independence Day like never before, welcoming the area’s best firework show for bacak-to-back nights on Tuesday, July 2, and Wednesday, July 3, both at 7 p.m. Following four more Saturday firework games, Kannapolis will BLOWOUT Intimidators Stadium one last time on Thursday, August 29, at 7 p.m. against Hagerstown, a day in which to celebrate 25 wonderful years in the current ballpark and a start to a bright future for baseball in the City of Kannapolis’ new Sports & Entertainment Venue opening in 2020.
Full list of Firework days:
Thursday, April 4
Saturday, April 6
Friday, April 19
Saturday, April 20
Saturday, May 4
Saturday, May 18
Saturday, June 1
Saturday, June 15
Saturday, June 22
Tuesday, July 2
Wednesday, July 3
Saturday, July 13
Saturday, July 20
Saturday, August 3
Saturday, August 17
Thursday, August 29
The Intimidators, Class A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and member of the South Atlantic League, play all home games at Intimidators Stadium. For ticket information, call 704-932-3267 or visit intimidatorsbaseball.com

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