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Celebrate a star-spangled week with the Dash

Get ready for a fun-filled week of baseball, Winston-Salem.

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Cheer on the Dash as they take on the Hickory Crawdads.

Photos courtesy of Winston-Salem Dash; GIF by WStoday

In our opinion, there isn’t a better summertime activity than catching a baseball game — especially during Fourth of July weekend.

And you’re in luck, Winston-Salem: The Dash is home next week. Here’s what they’ve got planned for their patriotic homestand against the Hickory Crawdads:

Wednesday, July 3
You’re invited to the Bolt, White, and Blue Stadium Party. This family-fun event will have live music from Reed Foley, a free kids’ zone, free face painting, and more. Bonus: The festivities will end with a fireworks show the same size as the post-game Fourth of July show. General Admission is $5.

Thursday, July 4
Catch the largest fireworks show in Winston-Salem after the game, presented by the City of Winston-Salem. Tickets start at $15 for a lawn seat when purchased in advance. Hint: This is the largest game of the year, so get your tickets early to secure your seat. Gates will open at 5 p.m., followed by first pitch at 7 p.m.

Don’t miss games on Friday and Saturday, too. Buy tickets.

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