Friday, July 28th
The Legends Reception will be a casual, relaxed atmosphere with an opportunity for attendees to meet the players, hear stories from their playing days, and have an amazing fan experience with the Legends. We anticipate a majority of the players to be present for the reception with a few pending late arrivals based on travel schedules.
Food and beverages (non-alcoholic) will be provided as a part of the event tickets. The hors d'oeuvre menu will include: BBQ Pork Sliders, Spicy Corn Nuggets, Sweet Corn Nuggets, Hot Dogs, and Popcorn. A cash bar will be available for alcoholic beverages including Domestic Draft Beers, Destihl Vertex IPA, Destihl Weissenheimer Hefeweizen, and Mixed Drinks.
There will be no charge for parking for the Legends Reception. Attendees should park on the north side of The Corn Crib and enter through the top VIP entrance located on the northwest corner of the ballpark. The event will be taking place under the awning behind home plate (Sections 108/109)
Reception tickets are on sale for $55 if you have a reserved box seat ($20 each) for the game and $60 if you have a bleacher seat ($15 each).
Reception pass deadline Wednesday, July 26 at 5:00 PM - Call 309-454-2255
Saturday, July 29th - Legends Game, Meet & Greet, and Post-Game Show by The Chicago 6 Band
The 2nd Annual Legends Game presented by McLean County Orthopedics features some of your favorite all-time baseball greats, special entertainment guests, and more! Gates will open at 4:00 so fans can watch batting practice from 4:30 to 5:30, plus a home run showcase from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Note: The parking lot will open at 3:00 p.m. with a fee of $5 per vehicle.
The lineup to date includes:
Tickets are limited to the Meet & Greet Autograph Session, but still available. Please note that those in attendance may not be able to get every Legend's autograph. To purchase a limited availability Meet & Greet Pass, call 309-454-2255.
Also for your post-game entertainment, The Chicago 6 Band will be performing in center field, featuring former Chicago Bears Dan Hampton and Steve McMichael. Fans are welcome to enter the field on the first base line, just south of the home team dugout (State Farm banner on top). The concert is free to attend following the game.