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FESTIVUS TICKET DEAL ON SALE NOW

To Purchase Tickets CLICK HERE

It’s a Festivus Miracle! After the success of our “Salute to Seinfeld Night” in 2014, the Cyclones will once again be celebrating the “Show About Nothing” with an evening of Seinfeld-themed entertainment on Sunday, July 5th – the 26th Anniversary of the show first airing on television. It is sure to be one of our most popular nights of the year, and in honor of the upcoming holiday, (Oh you thought we meant Christmas?  Our apologies) we are offering a special FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US ticket package starting on Tuesday, December 23rd at 10 AM. The package will include a field box ticket to the game and your very own “Man Hands” for just $30.

(You will actually receive one hand, not a pair...but man hand doesn't have the same ring)
 
Last year featured fishing for marble rye, eating Snickers with a knife and fork, an Elaine Dancing Contest, puffy shirts, latex salesmen, shrinkage races, the Soup Nazi, Magic Loogies and more. For a show about nothing, there was certainly more than enough fun crammed into one night. While the plans for 2015 are still being finalized (okay, we’ll let you in on some of the fun we have planned: we’ll be having a contest looking for the most “breathtaking” baby, a casting call for hand models, and if anybody has a rickshaw, we may need one of those) we can guarantee that it will be a night that every Seinfeld fan will want to be a part of.

Don’t believe us? Here’s a look at what some people had to say about the 2014 celebration:


Just in time for those last minute shoppers, there will be a limited quantity of 250 packages that will go on sale EXCLUSIVELY at BrooklynCyclones.com on Tuesday at 10 AM. Tickets will not be available in person or over the phone. Last year’s celebration was named “Best Theme Night” and “Best Promotion” in all of Minor League Baseball for 2014. What do we have planned to top it? You’ll have to wait and see, but we promise, it will be REAL and SPECTACULAR!

To Purchase Tickets -- Starting 12/23 at 10 AM -- CLICK HERE

It’s a Festivus Miracle! After the success of our “Salute to Seinfeld Night” in 2014, the Cyclones will once again be celebrating the “Show About Nothing” with an evening of Seinfeld-themed entertainment on Sunday, July 5th – the 26th Anniversary of the show first airing on television. It is sure to be one of our most popular nights of the year, and in honor of the upcoming holiday, (Silly you. You thought we meant Christmas?) we are offering a special FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US ticket package starting on Tuesday, December 23rd at 10 AM. The package will include a field box ticket to the game and your very own “Man Hands” for just $30.

(You will actually receive one hand, not a pair...but man hand doesn't have the same ring)
 
Last year featured fishing for marble rye, eating Snickers with a knife and fork, an Elaine Dancing Contest, puffy shirts, latex salesmen, shrinkage races, the Soup Nazi, Magic Loogies and more. For a show about nothing, there was certainly more than enough fun crammed into one night. While the plans for 2015 are still being finalized (okay, we’ll let you in on some of the fun we have planned: we’ll be having a contest looking for the most “breathtaking” baby, a casting call for hand models, and if anybody has a rickshaw, we may need one of those) we can guarantee that it will be a night that every Seinfeld fan will want to be a part of.

Don’t believe us? Here’s a look at what some people had to say about the 2014 celebration:


Just in time for those last minute shoppers, there will be a limited quantity of 250 packages that will go on sale EXCLUSIVELY at BrooklynCyclones.com on Tuesday at 10 AM. Tickets will not be available in person or over the phone. Last year’s celebration was named “Best Theme Night” and “Best Promotion” in all of Minor League Baseball for 2014. What do we have planned to top it? You’ll have to wait and see, but we promise, it will be REAL and SPECTACULAR!



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