Fort Bend County Day at Constellation Field

2018 Fort Bend County Fair Queen Candidates pose with Skeeters’ mascot Swat before last year’s game. Back row, from left are Skylar Higginbotham, Marlies Cumings, Carson Yanta, Hannah Hunt, Kelsey Lattin and Camille Alexander. Front row, from left, are Annie Rule, Alexis Smith, Morgan Hajovsky, 2017 Fort Bend County Fair Queen Marissa Salazar, Isabella Golemi and Jillian Voehl.

Balls and strikes with a touch of Christmas will be part of the Fort Bend County Fair Night at the Skeeters on Friday, July 12, 2019. The Sugar Land Skeeters, winners of the 2018 Atlantic League Championship, will be taking on the Long Island Ducks at Constellation Field. Come early and cheer on 2018 Fort Bend County Fair Queen, Hannah Hunt, as she will throw the ceremonial first pitch! She will be accompanied by the 2019 Fort Bend County Fair Queen candidates. The Skeeters will be celebrating Christmas in July. As part of their promotion “A Christmas Story” Swatson Bobblehead will be given away to fans on July 12th.

This is the fourth year that the Sugar Land Skeeters and the Fort Bend County Fair Association join forces for a night of family fun. A video featuring the fair, including who is playing will be shown prior to the game on the big screen. Friday night is always capped with a full fireworks display. “It is always a fun time at the ball park, but when you mix in our fair members and supporters, it is a great evening. There is a large group of us and our families, and the Skeeters are coming off a championship season, so we will have plenty to cheer for,” said Marjie Pollard, Fort Bend County Fair President. Constellation Field provides something for all ages. The Play Land includes a variety of jungle gym equipment and slides, a state-of-the-art Sport Court of Texas, and splash pad. A picnic area, ice house, and the suite level are all a part of the amenities to enjoy.

Tickets will be on sale online. Be sure to use promo code: Fair, when purchasing your tickets. For more information call the Fair Office at 281-342-6171.

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