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Fireworks, food, activities, music and games featured for McCoy Stadium’s last hurrah



Photo courtesy of City of Pawtucket

Save the date for “McCoy’s Final Inning”.

The City of Pawtucket will be hosting its annual fireworks celebration at McCoy one last time, on Sunday, September 3rd beginning at 3 PM. PawSox fans will be invited onto the field one last time to enjoy activities, music and games as well as food trucks in the parking lot. The fireworks will begin at 8:00 PM.

DJ Lefty, Wattzbeatz, How’s About Charlie, and P. Lowe will be performing. Activities will include a bounce house and face painting.

3,000 fans will be allowed onto the field for the fireworks display. Wristbands can be obtained on a first-come, first serve basis.

There will not be tickets to attend the event. Anyone who is coming to the event from 3-8 PM for food trucks, entertainment & activities will NOT need a ticket.

Wristbands will be needed to sit on the field during the fireworks display. Anyone on the field after 6:45 PM WITHOUT a wristband will be asked to exit.

– Wristbands will be obtained on a first-come, first serve basis. They are free.
– Event attendees will be able to obtain wristbands on the day of the event ONLY. A table will be set up near the entrance of the field.
– Wristbands will begin being given out at 4 PM.
– Wristbands will be limited to one per person. Attendees can not collect wristbands for people who are not present.
– The seating is NOT in the stadium/ stands, it is on the field. Attendees will need to provide their own blankets or lawn chairs.
– No coolers, large bags or pets are permitted on the field.
– Attendees who do not receive a wristband are still able to watch from the parking lot by the food trucks.

For additional questions, please do not call. Email

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