Midnight on Main Returns to Dow Diamond

November 9, 2017 - Midwest League (MWL) - Great Lakes Loons

News Release

VIP area will be available in the Great Lakes Reserve, fireworks at midnight

MIDLAND, Mich. - The Great Lakes Loons and Sound Productions are excited to announce that Midnight on Main returns to Dow Diamond to ring in 2018. This year's New Year's Eve party features the return of the VIP area in the Great Lakes Reserve as well as live music from Jedi Mind Trip and dance music in the lower concourse. There will be a fireworks show at midnight.

"Due to a high degree of interest, we're bringing back the VIP area upstairs in the Great Lakes Reserve," owner of Sound Productions Jim Paetschow said. "Tickets for the VIP area will include catered dinner, drinks and full access to all the live entertainment. The VIP area is going to be special because we've limited the number of tickets available to 230." The VIP area is sponsored by Downtown Midland.

VIP tickets are $125 per ticket and available now at the Dow Diamond box office. Guests must be 21 years of age or older.

Dow Diamond's concourse will be transformed into two separate night clubs featuring live music and DJ's, along with a lounge for watching the night's biggest sporting events. Jedi Mind Trip will be providing the live music. For over 21 years, Jedi Mind Trip has been the Great Lakes Region favorite party band. Sound Productions will be providing the hottest dance music as well as an amazing sound and light show. The event will also feature a photo booth, an array of bars stocked with beer, wine and mixed drinks. Food will also be available for purchase.

General admission tickets are $25. All tickets are now on sale at the Dow Diamond box office and online at Loons.com. Guests must be 21 years of age or old.

Parking will be free and bus shuttles will be available for transportation following the event to and from Dow Diamond's rear parking lot. A coat check will be available. For more information, go to Loons.com.

Dow Diamond is owned and operated by the Michigan Baseball Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, and is the home of the 2016 Midwest League Champion Great Lakes Loons, a Single-A partner of the Los Angeles Dodgers since the team's inception in 2007, as well as ESPN 100.9-FM (WLUN).

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