Feed More Admin | Published July 4, 2019 | Community Events
The Richmond Flying Squirrels will be hosting the 2019 Eastern League All-Star Game for the very first time on Wednesday, July 10! Leading up to the game will be three days of special events, celebrity appearances and music all around the city for everyone to enjoy.
As the presenting sponsor of All-Star Week, Genworth has set up the All-Star Legacy Fund. It was created to support Richmond area nonprofits that help the community in a variety of ways. Feed More, United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg and the Flying Squirrels Charities were all selected to as beneficiaries. We are honored to be part of this amazing event!
Gather your family and friends and head out to enjoy some of the amazing events planned- we can’t wait to see you there!
Please see the schedule of events below:
Sunday, July 7 at Brown’s Island:
Mayor Levar Stoney will kick things off at Brown’s Island with live music, entertainment and delicious selections from Richmond’s nationally-recognized food and beverage scene. The entire Richmond region is encouraged to attend this FREE event.
Artists performing include Mighty Joshua and Trongone Band. There will also be a special performance by the Ephesus Drumline. This event runs from 5 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Monday, July 8 at Richmond Raceway
Beloved country stars Big & Rich will headline a special country music concert at the Richmond Raceway! Special guests Cowboy Troy, DJ Sinister and Mickie James will also perform.
The show beings at 7 p.m.!
Tuesday, July 9 at The Diamond
Players from the All-Star teams and special local celebrity guests will participate in a series of home run and hitting challenges at The Diamond! Celebrities include:
- Six-time All-Star and San Francisco Giants great Will Clark
- 12-year MLB player, manager of the Flying Squirrels and the Western Division All-Stars Willie Harris
- Former Richmond Brave, two-time World Series champion and Eastern Division All-Stars manager Mike Mordecai
- NASCAR driver Elliott Sadler
- Former VCU and NBA star Eric Maynor
- Former Penn State and Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl champion Michael Robinson
- Former UVA and New Orleans Saints quarterback Aaron Brooks
- University of Richmond head men’s basketball coach Chris Mooney
- VCU head men’s basketball coach Mike Rhoades
- Former University of Richmond and NFL running back Tim Hightower
- Former Flying Squirrels standout Mark Minicozzi
- Star of the hit TV show Survivor Jonny Fairplay
- Former VCU basketball star and current Indianapolis Colts tight end Mo Alie-Cox
- 12-year professional soccer player and Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inductee Rob Ukrop
The Derby starts at 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. And don’t miss popular Richmond band, Three Sheets to the Wind! They will play following the event.
Wednesday, July 10 at The Diamond
The event everyone has been waiting for- the All-Star game! The Eastern and Western division rivals will duke it out at The Diamond. Don’t miss your chance to watch future MLB stars take the field!
Prior to the game there will be a block party starting at 11 a.m. followed by a concert featuring SpiderKelly. First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.!