Hall of Fame tickets go up in price on July 1

Tickets for the 2022 Butte Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet are now on sale.

Tickets can be purchased at the Butte Civic Center ticket office, online at tickets.butteciviccenter.com or over the phone by calling (406) 497-6401.

The Green Jacket Ceremony and induction banquet will be held at the Maroon Activities Center because filming for a prequel to the television series “Yellowstone” will be using the Civic Center.

Cost of the banquet tickets is $35. The cost goes up to $45 on July 1.

The Green Jacket Ceremony, which will honor the incoming individuals as well as the five incoming teams, will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 15. That event is free and open to the public. A social hour will begin at 6.

The Butte Sports Hall of Fame golf scramble will begin at 1 p.m. Friday at the Highland View Golf Course.

A ticket is need for the banquet on Saturday, July 16. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m., and the dinner begins at 6:30. Casagranda’s Steakhouse is catering the banquet.

Individuals joining the Hall are the late Tony Banovich, Corey Bolton, Ron Collins Sr., Don Douglas, Deanna Dugdale, the late Hoot Gibson, Bob Given, Ray Jay Johnson, Gary Kane, Julie (Leary) Nadeau, the late Don “Lefty” Orlich, Tom Roberts, Debbie Silk and the late Ed Yeo.

Teams entering the Hall will be the 1982 Frontier Conference champion Montana Tech volleyball team, the 1983 Frontier Conference Montana Tech football team, the 1990-91 state champion Butte High wrestling team, the 1995 state champion Butte High softball team, and the 1996 state championship Butte Central-Anaconda swimming team.

In addition to purchasing tickets, members on the teams are asked to call, text or email Hall of Fame executive director Bill Foley (406-491-3022 or foley@buttesports.com) to RSVP for the banquet.

The Hall of Fame will provide plaques for all players who attend the banquet. If you inform the Hall of your plans to attend the banquet ahead of time, a plaque will be presented the night of the induction. Players who don’t attend can purchase a plaque for cost plus shipping.