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Field Day Houston 2021

Jason Martinez

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HOUSTON, TX — Field Day Houston will be held on Saturday, July 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Wakefield Crowbar, 954 Wakefield Drive, Houston, TX 77018.

It's a great event for those who love classic games. Participants must be 21+ to play, although anyone of any age is welcome to watch.

Four players are needed for each game to be played.

From year to year, games will vary. But here are some examples of the types of games participants might see:

  • Speed Jenga
  • 3-Legged Race
  • Crazy Relay Race
  • Pie Hunt
  • Duck Launch
  • Giant Tricycle Relay
  • Tug-of-War
  • Potato Sack Race
  • Ring Toss
  • Target Practice
  • Lawn Bowling
  • Giant Beer Pong
  • Memory Madness
  • Stein Race
  • Wheelbarrow Race
  • Dizzy Bat
  • Photo Hunt
  • Water Balloon Toss
  • Obstacle Course
  • Sponge Race

The ticket options are:

  1. Early Bird Pricing
    Teams = $200 for up to 6 players; Free Agents = $35 per player
    The ticket sale ended on June 29.
  2. Regular Pricing
    Teams = $250 for up to 6 players; Free Agents = $45 per player
    The ticket sale will end on July 8.
  3. Late Pricing (If Available)
    Teams = $300 for up to 6 players; Free Agents = $55 per player
    The ticket sale starts on July 9.

To order the tickets, click the tickets section on the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/field-day-houston-2021-tickets-153423755583?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

To sign up for their teams, participants need to deposit only $50. Once their deposit has been paid, participants will receive a link to set up their team in the provided software.

In addition, they will also be able to use the Teamplayer feature to have their teammates pay their fees directly.

Team prices cover up to 6 players, and extra players can be added for $20 per player.

For more information, please contact info@FieldDayHouston.com.

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