Sugar Land Skeeters hosting Girl Scout Night during second annual holiday lights celebration


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SUGAR LAND — The holiday season is just around the corner, and Constellation Field is the place to celebrate everyone’s favorite time of year!

The Sugar Land Skeeters’ Second Annual Holiday Lights – Girl Scout Night on Saturday, Dec. 8 as they light up Constellation Field with 2.5 million lights.

This unique self-guided event is like nothing you have seen before. Your night will be filled with a holiday lights walking tour, meeting Santa Claus, carnival rides and games, working your way through a maze of lights, visiting with vendors, and enjoying festive foods at the ballpark.

It is sure to be a memorable experience for the entire family

Here are the overall details for our Second Annual Sleepover event during Holiday Lights:

• Enjoy Holiday Lights at Constellation Field anytime between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Sat., Dec. 8.

• The walking tour normally lasts from 1.5-2 hours, depending on how many activities in the ballpark you participate in.

• Less than 80 spots were available as of Nov. 20 to receive a one of a kind holiday themed patch commemorating the event.
• Visit from Santa Claus from 10 p.m. – 11 p.m. This visit is exclusively available to Scouts participating the Sleepover event.
• Midnight snack to be served in the Picnic Area.
• Holiday themed movie on the Texas sized videoboard.
• Breakfast WILL NOT be served for this event.
• Tickets will be $25/person.
• This event will take place entirely outdoors, similar to the Sleepover you’re used to during a Skeeters game.
• Each Sleepover ticket purchased will also come with a voucher good for a s’more pack! We’ll have campfires set up in centerfield that will allow you to create your own s’mores over an open flame!
• A full scale carnival will be located behind the stadium in centerfield. The Skeeters are expecting traditional carnival rides/games/food! All access wristbands will be available to purchase day of from the third party carnival promoter for $10/person.

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