Loyal Til The Last Out 2018

Loyal Til The Last Out 2018

by The 7 Line August 24, 2018 0 Comments

Welp, this is it. The season is coming to a close, and we'll be out there at Citi Field on September 30th to put a wrap on 2018. 

Dating back to 2012, we've closed out Citi Field on the final day of the year. It's become a tradition, and unfortunately we've only had 2015 and 2016 to look past game 162. 

This year will be no different, and tickets will go up on Wednesday August 29th at noon EDT on Mets.com/The7LineArmy

If you wanna hang with us, hit the site and pick up tickets. While we don't have a whole lot to cheer for, we're going to do our best to have the most fun possible before the door is officially shut on the season. 

PRE-GAME TAILGATE PARTY IN THE MARINA LOT, AND POST-GAME PARTY AT THE PINE! 

As usual, we'll be tailgating before heading in for the game. After the final out we're going to head over to The Pine on 114th street. The bar is in the Holiday Inn Express, and they have a private room that we'll be renting out for the evening. Our buddy Elvis plans to set up his DJ equipment, and The Pine will be offering up drink specials for the crew. Definitely plan on coming by after the game. If you're looking to book a room to stay the night, we'll have a discounted rate to share with you soon. Check back for more on that. 

PURCHASE TICKETS ON WEDNESDAY 8/29 AT NOON EDT ON METS.COM/THE7LINEARMY




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