Salem, Va. (WFXR) — The Salem Red Sox stadium may have had empty seats during baseball season due to coronavirus, however, that isn’t stopping the minor league baseball team from hosting community events such as the annual Sox Spooktacular this upcoming weekend.
Vice President of Ticket Sales and Service for the Salem Red Sox, Blair Hoke says this year will look a little different when attendees enter the ballpark, but they are still committed to providing the same great fun that visitors have experienced in years past.
“As they enter the ballpark vendors wills be located along the outfield fence and will have one directional trick-or-treating to ensure social distancing. Masks will be required for vendors and staff on site and encouraged for the general public.”Blair Hoke, VP of Ticket Sales and Service for the Salem Red Sox
The event is this Saturday, October 24th from 4 – 8 pm. Trick-or-treating will take place form 4 – 6 pm. There will be games as well as a costume competition. In addition to all the Halloween activities, the Salem Red Sox will have live music featuring True Cadence and the Red Sox Grill will be open for all your ballpark favorites.
The Salem Red Sox still have opportunities for area businesses and organizations to partner for the event and pass out candy. It is Free for organizations to join this year. For more information on the event and to learn how you can attend, click here.