From the Dodgers website:
The Los Angeles Dodgers will pay tribute to George Lucas' "galaxy far, far away" with a special STAR WARS(R) Night on Saturday, Oct. 3. Fans will have the opportunity to sit in a special My Town section - labeled DodgertownTM, Star Wars: The Clone WarsTM - and receive a free T-shirt featuring Jedi Master Yoda. In addition, the themed evening will feature pre-game ceremonies, photo opportunities, and in-game elements including STAR WARS characters, trivia, clips, music, and more. The event will take place prior to and during the Dodgers' 7:10 p.m. game with the National League West rival Colorado Rockies.
The STAR WARS festivities will start before the game with appearances by STAR WARS and Star Wars: The Clone Wars characters in Autograph Alley. The pre-game on-field ceremonies will include these characters, one of whom will also throw a ceremonial first pitch.
Dodgertown, Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be located in the Lower Reserve sections 56 and 60. All fans sitting in this section will receive the free T-shirt and enjoy unlimited ballpark favorites such as Dodger dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, and soft drinks, as well as a STAR WARS themed menu including Cloneburgers with cheese, R2-BBQ pulled pork sandwiches, and Ice Sabers (popsicles). Group tickets for the section are $35 and individual seats are $45. Full details can be found at www.dodgers.com/starwars.
Fans are encouraged to dress in their own STAR WARS costumes and for this special night only, are permitted to wear STAR WARS masks only in the My Town section. No Lightsabers will be allowed inside Dodger Stadium.
Throughout the game, Star Wars: The Clone Wars video clips will be shown on DodgerVision and lucky fans will receive Star Wars: The Clone Wars gift packs. STAR WARS and Clone Wars characters will visit sections throughout the stadium and there will be STAR WARS themed music and trivia all game long.
The Dodgers regularly feature two STAR WARS themes during their home games. Set to the iconic STAR WARS main title theme, a video of Kirk Gibson's dramatic home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series is often played to spark a ninth inning rally. In addition, the "Imperial March" is sometimes played underneath the public address announcer whenever an opposing teams' lineup is introduced. Both themes were composed by Academy Award winner and noted baseball enthusiast John Williams.
Dodger pitcher Randy Wolf, an avid STAR WARS fan, has a life-sized Stormtrooper in his Hollywood home.
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