Due to concerns related to the spread of the coronavirus, and from the guidance of Special Olympics International, Special Olympics Illinois and Special Olympics Arizona have made the difficult decision to cancel the Chicago Baseball Night event. The safety of our athletes, families, donors, and volunteers is always our top priority. We are looking forward to coming back together for this event next year!
Experience a Chicago style St. Patrick’s Day party after the Cubs Game! The event is a traditional Chi-rish party filled with your favorite sports celebrities comically entertaining the crowd!
What a great way to enhance your spring training trip, by going to Chicago Baseball Night for Special Olympics on March 14, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at The Sheraton in Wrigleyville West, Mesa, Arizona. Experience this Chicago-style St. Patrick’s Day party after the Cubs or White Sox game, hosted by comedian Marc Cordes.
Featuring: Chicago Cubs Manager David Ross, Chicago Cub Kyle Schwarber, Joe Mantegna of Criminal Minds (the original Bleacher Bum), Chicago Bear Brian Urlacher, Chicago Cubs Mark Grace, Chicago Bulls Scotty Williams, Dennis Gardeck Arizona Cardinals, and many more.
All proceeds benefit the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois and Special Olympics Arizona.
Chicago Baseball Night tickets start at $75 per person and include live entertainment, a Chicago-themed buffet, and two drink tickets. VIP Tickets are $500 per person and include a pre-event tailgate party with celebrity interaction, open bar, premium buffet, and entertainment.
Appropriately, this event will be held in Mesa, the first-ever Autism Certified City in the U.S. designated by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), the result of nearly a year-long quest to tailor travel experiences for individuals with autism and their families.
In total, almost 60 businesses and organizations in Mesa and the surrounding area completed autism certification training, and are now each deemed a Certified Autism Center by IBCCES. The effort was immediately embraced by other city factions including the Mesa Chamber of Commerce and numerous nonprofit organizations. More than 500 Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities employees and 1,200 plus Mesa Police Department public safety and law enforcement officers are fully committed to autism certification training. To date, nearly 4,000 community members have completed or committed to the autism certification.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit www.chicagobaseballnight.org.