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Chattanooga Lookouts Baseball Game

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Chattanooga Lookouts Baseball Game
Chattanooga Lookouts Baseball Game

Time & Location

May 25, 2024, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

AT&T Field, 201 Power Alley, Chattanooga, TN 37402, USA

About the event

Element26 families!  

We are meeting up at the Lookouts game.  We will all sit in General Admission behind home plate.  Travis Uptegrove will be throwing out the first pitch!

Everyone can come, but Veterans and their families attend for FREE!  Everyone else $8.  

You can purchase your tickets here: fevo-enterprise.com/event/Projectgallantly

Join us Memorial Day weekend on Saturday, 5/25/2024, for the Chattanooga Lookouts v. Mississippi Braves and be part of an unforgettable night of excitement and community spirit. Come together with fellow fans at the stadium to show your support and enjoy America's favorite pastime. This night is military appreciation night, so bring your Veteran ID so you and your family can gain free entrance to the game!  Project Gallantly Forward (PGF) will be the featured Community Parter. PGF Volunteer and US Navy Veteran, Travis Uptegrove, will be throwing out the first pitch and PGF will have a table set up with information and freebies. Don't miss out on the action-packed experience. To make it EVEN BETTER, anyone who gets a ticket through our website, and any Veteran who stops by our table, will be entered into a drawing to win free PGF merch!*  Veterans:  We are building a community of Veterans and what better way than to meet up at a baseball game? Come by our table so we can meet you. Don't worry, there's no agenda. We just want to watch baseball together!  Not a Veteran? We would still love to meet you and talk to you more about issues Veterans are facing. 

$3 of every ticket purchased from our link is donated toward the mission of PGF. Just want to go to the game? That's ok too! Your order through the link above helps support Veterans whether you come by and see us or not.

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