In case you’ve somehow missed it, the MLB All-Star game is happening in Denver next week, and the city is pulling out all the stops.
The actual game is scheduled for Coors Field on July 13 at 5:30 p.m., but the festivities start now. Here are just a few of the many All-Star-related events that begin tomorrow and run through the weekend.
Friday, July 9
• Play Ball Park: This free five-day event includes family-friendly activities, giveaways, autograph opportunities, and more at the Colorado Convention Center.
Saturday, July 10
• All-Star 5K/1K/Family Walk: Post-race festivities will include breakfast, refreshments, music, and beer. Registration includes admission to Play Ball Park.
• National Ballpark Museum: This one isn’t time-sensitive, but if ever there was a time to polish up your historical baseball knowledge, it would be now.
Sunday, June 11
• Celebrity Softball Game: See Hollywood celebrities — like Kane Brown, Charles Melton, and Karamo — take to the field for a friendly game.
Find a more extensive list of events here, and the official MLB All-Star event schedule here.
☀️ Get outside (or better yet, stay indoors) on this sunny, 99-degree day.
👋 🧳 P.S. Just a heads up, I’m headed out on vacation for a few days! 😎 But don’t worry, City Cast Denver lead producer Paul Karolyi will be subbing in for me while I’m gone. Drop a line to tell him hello!
— Peyton Garcia, (@peytonmgarcia)