After going a year with no baseball in Evansville (at least at Bosse Field) baseball is back and better than ever this summer! Our Evansville Otters are having a great season, and each week they seem to have all kinds of fun events happening.  Typically on Friday the 13th you don't expect much good fortune, but this next Friday the 13th you can celebrate with free entry to Bosse field.

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On Friday, August 13th the Evansville Otters will take on the Lake Eerie Crushers.  Admission to the game is FREE that night because it's the annual e Night at the Otters with the Evansville Regional Economic Partnership.  

Here's what they have to say about the upcoming game:

LET'S PLAY BALL!
Join us for E Night at the Otters on Friday, August 13 where your Evansville Otters will take on the Lake Erie Crushers!
Besides an entertaining ballgame, attendees can expect giveaways, inflatables, a coloring contest, clowns, photo-ops, fireworks ... and more!
We encourage everyone in the community to join in an evening of fun at this event with FREE admission! E is for Everyone is an Evansville region initiative to create a platform where everyone can connect with someone or something new, find a way to contribute to the community, and celebrate together what makes our region great.
GAME TIME:
Gates open at 5:30pm
Game starts at 6:35pm
Fireworks sponsored by Indiana 811 after the game!
You can get free tickets at the gate the night of the game, but if you want to get your tickets beforehand, here's where you can pick up free tickets:
  • Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library locations (all)
  • Azzip Pizza locations (Pearl Drive, N First Ave, N Green River, Newburgh)
  • Newburgh Chandler Public Library (Bell Road location)
  • Princeton Public Library
  • Newburgh Chandler Public Library (Lakeshore Dr location)
  • Alexandrian Public Library, Mt. Vernon
  • Biscuit Belly, Burkhardt Rd
  • Chicken Salad Chic, Burkhardt Rd

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