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Mustangs to Host Annual Fan Fest

The St. Joseph Mustangs will be celebrating their 10th season beginning with a chance for the public to meet this year's team at Fan Fest.

Posted: Apr 18, 2018 12:42 PM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The St. Joseph Mustangs will be kicking off their 10th season before opening day with a chance for the public to meet with the team and staff at Fan Fest.

A live press conference will be held at the beginning of the event with local media and statements from the Mustang's front office.

Guests will be provided the opportunity to ask the Mustangs' front office, coaches and players questions after the media portion.

The full 2018 Mustangs roster will be at the event signing autographs and taking pictures with fans.

Guests in attendance will receive a free 2018 schedule poster.

National Anthem auditions will also be held during Fan Fest. Participants of all ages are invited to participate for the opportunity to sing before a 2018 Mustangs game.

The event is free and will feature prize giveaways, games and a chance to look at new Mustangs merchandise along with an appearance from Rally.

"This is our players first chance to interact with our fans. It's a great chance to put a face with a name before they put on the jersey for the first time," Mustangs General Manager Ky Turner said. "Our players really enjoy meeting members of the community and getting to know them too. Whether you want to sit and listen to the press conference, or move around, playing games and meeting our players, there is something for to do for everyone."

The 2018 Mustangs Fan Fest will be held at East Hills Shopping Center from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29.

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