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How to celebrate 608 Day with the Madison Mallards

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Plan ahead for Mallards games throughout the summer to enjoy beer + baseball with friends and family. | Photo provided by the Madison Mallards

We might be biased, but we’re a little more than excited to celebrate 608 Day with the Madison Mallards. On Wed., June 8, the Mallards will take on the Lakeshore Chinooks with the first pitch taking place at 6:08 p.m. Bonus: Grab tickets for $6.08 for this game and every Tuesday and Wednesday game in June, presented by UW Credit Union.

Before the game, head to the Duck Pond for and explore an art fair featuring local artists through Dane Arts Center and grab a specialty hot dog created by chef Patrick DePula with proceeds benefitting the Main Street Alliance.

Can’t make it to 608 day? Don’t worry. There are plenty of opportunities to catch the Mallards play ball. The 2022 promotion schedule includes Harry Potter night, Star Wars night, specific 608 nights + more. Tickets for the 608 day game — and the rest of the season — are now on sale.*

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