8/2/2013 2:32 P.M. ET
Giants welcome Brewers and Orioles to town
Homestand features: Grateful Dead Night, Virgin America 2-for-1 flight vouchers and Fellowship Day
By / MLB.com
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. - The World Champion San Francisco Giants return to the Shores of McCovey Cove for a seven-game homestand against the Milwaukee Brewers, August 5-8 and the Baltimore Orioles, August 9-11.
Monday, August 5, is Grateful Dead Tribute Night at AT&T Park. Special event ticket holders will receive a collector's edition Grateful Dead Uncle Sam Skeleton Bobblehead, presented by McAfee. Members of the band will be in attendance to perform the National Anthem and throw out the first pitch. Moonalice will perform on the visitor's dugout prior to the game.
On Tuesday, August 6, the Giants will host Jewish Heritage Night, presented by Touro University. Fans who purchase special event tickets will receive a Jewish themed Giants dreidel and access to the pre-game party in Seals Plaza from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Prior to the game, fans can enjoy a performance by award winning artist Matisyahu.
Tuesday is also Singles Night. Special event ticket holders will receive access to the private pre-game party on the Virgin America Flight Deck from 5:15-7:00 p.m. DJ Morgan Anderson will provide top 40 music and trivia with prizes. Each guest will also receive a voucher for a complimentary beverage (alcohol or non-alcohol).
It is also Say Hey Tuesday as CSN Bay Area will host Yahoo! Sports Talk Live from Willie Mays Plaza. Fans are invited to come out early and watch their favorite sports analysts.
Wednesday, August 7, is Italian Heritage Night at AT&T Park. Prior to the game, fans can enjoy a performance on the field by The Ricco Italian Dancers and the Le Donne d'Italia Dancers and traditional Italian songs sung by Maria Pignati. Special event ticket holders will receive an Italian Heritage themed Giants t-shirt and access to the pre-game party in Seals Plaza from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
It is also Stan Lee Tribute Night on Wednesday, August 7. Fans who purchase a special event ticket will receive access to the private pre-game Triples Alley party from 4:45-6:45 p.m., as well as an autographed Sergio Romo and Marvel Comics themed poster.
On Thursday, August 8, KNBR will host their annual "Supercuts Take a Cut Challenge" at AT&T Park. Ten lucky winners will be chosen to take part in batting practice on the field.
The Giants wrap up their homestand with a three-game series against the Baltimore Orioles, August 9-11. Friday, August 9, is the Giants second Wine Fest event of the season, presented by LoCA- The wine of Lodi, California and hosted by Giants Alum, Rich Aurilia. Fans who purchase special event tickets will receive access to the pre-game party in Seals Plaza from 5:00-7:00 p.m. with complimentary wine tasting from selected Lodi wineries and a collector's edition Rich Aurilia wine stopper.
On Saturday, August 10, the Giants and the Salvation Army will host the Giants annual Fellowship Day at AT&T Park. Special event ticket holders will receive a Fellowship themed Giants scarf. After the game, all fans are invited to join us on the field to listen to testimonials from Giants players, including pitchers Ryan Vogelsong and Jeremy Affeldt, and enjoy a live concert by Kutless.
Also on Saturday, August 10, the first 40,000 fans will receive a Virgin America 2-for-1 Flight Voucher.
It's also KNBR's Weekends in the Park on Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11. Marty Lurie and Patrick Connor will broadcast live from the patio at Public House, leading up to Giants Pregame Show on KNBR 680.
Sunday, August 11, is Junior Giants Day at AT&T Park. The Giants Community Fund will be welcoming over 4,000 Junior Giants players and coaches for a pre-game parade around the field. In addition, Junior Giants will be performing the National Anthem.
The first 10,000 kids 14-years and younger in attendance on Sunday, August 11, will receive a Lunch Bag, presented by Nestle Drumstick. Following the game, all kids 14-years and younger are invited to come run the bases, presented by See's Candies.
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