The Washington Stealth announced today that single-game tickets for the 2011 season are on sale. The Stealth has eight home games in 2011, beginning January 9 when the Calgary Roughnecks are in town for “Champion’s Night”.
“Champion’s Night” on Sunday, January 9 will honor the Stealth’s 2010 National Lacrosse League title with the raising of the championship banner and ring presentation to players and coaches. The new Stealth mascot will also be making his first ever appearance that evening.
The second home game is on Friday, January 14 against the Minnesota Swarm. It’s “Mascot Fever” as the Stealth’s new mascot gets comfortable in his new home at the Comcast Arena and invites his mascot friends from area sports teams and around the NLL for an evening of mascot shenanigans.
The Stealth don’t return home again until Saturday, February 12, when they take on West Division rival Edmonton Rush on “60s Night”. 60s-themed contests and a costume competition revolving around one of history’s greatest decades will make this night one for the ages.
Friday, February 18 is “Poster Night” at the Comcast Arena as the Stealth take on the Colorado Mammoth. Create a poster to cheer on the Stealth to win prizes and receive the 2011 Stealth team and Bombshells posters on a night when your artistic skills and clever lines take center stage.
The Roughnecks will be back in town on Sunday, March 13 for the Stealth’s “Go Green, Get Lucky”. This event will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a few days early and in honor of this green holiday, the Stealth will help their fans get eco-friendly.
Friday, March 25 will be the first “Chowder Cup” as the Boston Blazers come to town. It’s a night to show off your Northwest pride against a rival from the Northeast.
The Minnesota Swarm will be at the Comcast Arena on Saturday, April 9 for the Stealth’s annual “Pink in the Rink” event to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. There will be a Stealth auction, featuring game-used gear from Stealth players and items from area sports teams. Last year, the event raised over $10,000 for breast cancer research.
The last regular season game on the home schedule is Saturday, April 16 against the Rochester Knighthawks. “Fan Appreciation Night” will feature contests and giveaways all to thank the fans for their support of the Washington Stealth.
The Stealth plays all of their games at the Comcast Arena at Everett, located just 29 miles north of Seattle. For more information on the Comcast Arena, visit www.comcastarenaeverett.com.
Single game tickets for the 2011 Washington Stealth season start at just $13 and can be purchased by calling (425) 322-2624. Season tickets for the entire 2011 season are also available. To purchase your tickets for the 2011 Stealth season, call 877-MY-75-TIX or visit www.stealthlax.com.