SAVE THE DATE
SEPTEMBER 14, 2023
We’ll be back at CHS Field, in the heart of downtown St. Paul, for the 10th annual Cigars & Baseball!!
WE WILL BEGIN TAKING REGISTRATIONS SOON.
10th Annual Cigars & Baseball
Thursday September 14, 2023
4:30 PM to 8:00 PM
360 N Broadway Street
Saint Paul, MN 5510
After Party on Spire Sun Deck at CHS Field
8:00pm to 10:00pm
This event is 21+
ALL ADMISSIONS INCLUDE:
All Proceeds Benefit Minnesota Miracle Leagues
"Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball."
What is the Miracle League?
What is Cigars & Baseball?
Cigars & Baseball is ‘Minnesota’s Largest Cigar Party’. Enjoy premium cigars, food, drinks, live music, and more – All at an outdoor cigar-friendly event.
“This is a great event, with even a greater cause. I wouldn’t miss it!”
~Dan, St. Paul
This event just keeps getting better and better each year.”
In 2010, a small group of loyal Twins fans and cigar-lovers, had an idea…
“Let’s have a Twins tailgate party and smoke some cigars with a bunch of friends!”
What started as a tailgate party, grew exponentially and five separate “Cigar Herfs” were held, each welcoming over 100 cigar aficionados.
Nearby restaurants, the liquor industry, and local breweries offered to donate. With their kindness, our cigar party became a major fundraiser for the Minnesota Miracle Leagues. We now had a new purpose, and a new reason to expand.
In 2013, we went public. The First Annual Cigars & Baseball hosted over 300 attendees. Now, instead of just one cigar, ticket holders received SEVEN premium cigars. We welcomed food samples from metro area restaurants, plenty of drink options, live music, and an opportunity to bid on some cigar-lover’s favorite items at our silent auction.
And for 2023, we’re excited to be back at CHS Field!
So, Why "Baseball"?
Cigars & Baseball started out 13 years ago as a tailgate party for a Twins game.
When you purchase a ticket to Cigars & Baseball, you’re not just gaining entry to Minnesota’s largest cigar party! You’re also helping to ensure that children with disabilities have the same opportunities as their peers, to enjoy the game of baseball.
All of the proceeds from this event will be used to maintain Minnesota’s Miracle League fields, which are made of custom-designed, rubberized turf that accommodates wheelchairs and other assertive devices, while helping to prevent injuries. These special fields eliminate the barriers that keep kids off the baseball field and allow them to experience the joy of America’s favorite past time—baseball!
It's All About the Cigars...
The party starts when you light up, and enjoy your premium cigars!
Bourbon, Whiskey, Craft Beers, Wine, and More...
Fancy an an adult beverage?
Included in your admission is a multitude of local craft brews, fine spirits, and vino! Don’t worry, we have sodas, water and non-alcoholic beverages too.
FINE SPIRITS AND WINE
Treat your palate to some delicious offerings, from 20 of the Twin Cities best local restaurants. Eat up…It’s included in your admission!
Previous Vendors Included:
A native of Minneapolis, Nate Amor has been plying his trade since 2001. As a singer-songwriter he released three albums beginning with Long Five Days in 2001. Since then he has been featured on NBC’s The Voice, , has shared the stage with Train, Mat Kearney, and Marc Cohn. He is also a vocalist and member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Nate grew up obsessed with Elvis and the Beach Boys, and his first time on stage he performed “In the Ghetto” by Elvis at his high school talent show. Since then Nate has been obsessed with the songwriting and storytelling of Rock and Americana, and the power of lyrics as a positive and transformative force.
In 2022 Nate relocated to Los Angeles, and began writing an album under the moniker Nate Amor. This fresh perspective is what drives his new album. He wrote and recorded it in Nashville, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles, working with legendarymixers Joe Zook and Drew Middleton. What came from this new start as Nate Amor is his very own unique sound with odes to some of his favorite artists such as Kings of Leon, Ray Lamontagne, and Chris Stapleton. His debut album as Nate Amor Keep Dreaming is OUT NOW.
DANG OL' TRI'OLE
The Dang Ol’ Tri’ole is a 5-person bohemian folk group from the Twin Cities. They exhibit a multi genre, highly entertaining stage presence. The Tri’ole will pull in tunes from Amy Winehouse, Fleetwood Mac, the Allman Brothers, Waylon Jennings, John Denver, the Doobie Brothers, and Michael Jackson to name a few. They maintain the integrity of the original, while adding a bit of Dang Ol’ charm.
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CALL THE HOTEL FRONT DESK TO MAKE A RESERVATION:
472 Jackson Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
Hotel Front Desk
2023 Cigars & Baseball Registration
Note: This exclusive event is limited to 800 attendees
EARLY REGISTRATION GIFT
EARLY REGISTRATION GIFT INFO COMING SOON!
Early registration gift, was to the first 500 registrants.
This event is 21+
Individual Registration Options
Classic Registration Includes:
- Minimum of 12 premium cigars with access to this exclusive “cigar-friendly” party
- Fine spirits, beers, wine, and nonalcoholic drinks to compliment your cigars
- Craft beer tents showcasing local breweries
- Food samplings from top local metro area restaurants
- Live music & entertainment, plus silent auction
$220.00 after 8/25/2023
VIP Registration Includes:
- Everything included in Classic Registration, plus:
- Receive minimum of 6 additional premium cigars
- Early access to the event 1 hour before regular admission (3:30pm)
- NOTE: Does not include a reserved table
$285.00 after 8/25/2023
Group Registration Options
VIP Table of 8 Registration Includes:
- Same features & entry time as VIP Registration, plus:
- Designated reserved table displaying business logo and/or group name
- Luxury cigar-related gift for each table member
$2570.00 after 8/25/2023
No Cigars Option
This Registration Includes:
- Everything included in Classic Registration but without cigars or cigar accessories (no Early Registration Gift)
The Miracle League:
“Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball.”