3rd Annual Copper City Sandlot Bash in Butte Celebrates Slow Pitch Softball Fun for All

Excitement is building in Butte as the 3rd Annual Copper City Sandlot Bash gears up to celebrate a weekend of slow pitch softball action on June 29th and 30th at Stodden Park. This highly anticipated event will feature men’s upper and lower divisions, as well as a coed bracket, promising a weekend filled with thrilling slow pitch softball games and family-friendly entertainment.

The games will kick off bright and early on Saturday, offering players and spectators a full day of softball fun. One of the highlights of the event will be the slow pitch softball home run derby, set to take place under the lights, accompanied by a spectacular fireworks display, all in true sandlot style. It’s an event that promises to entertain and excite players and fans alike.

For many, the Copper City Sandlot Bash is more than just a softball tournament – it’s an opportunity to come together with family and friends, form a team, and take to the field together to enjoy each other’s company in the warm summer air. Whether you’re a seasoned player or a casual fan, the atmosphere at Stodden Park is sure to be lively and full of camaraderie.

Throughout the weekend, concessions will be available to serve up delicious treats to keep players and fans fueled for the games. And if you need to cool off after a competitive match, Ridge Waters is conveniently located in the parking lot, offering a refreshing escape from the summer heat.

In addition to the slow pitch softball action, attendees can look forward to browsing the Moon Shot Athletics apparel tent, participating in raffles, and enjoying other fun activities planned for the event. It’s a fantastic opportunity to soak up the festive atmosphere and be a part of the excitement surrounding this lively weekend in Butte.

Whether you’re a slow pitch softball enthusiast, a casual observer, or simply looking for a fun way to spend time with loved ones, the 3rd Annual Copper City Sandlot Bash promises to deliver a memorable experience for all who attend. So mark your calendars, gather your team, and head down to Stodden Park for a weekend of slow pitch softball, entertainment, and community spirit.

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