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Brooklyn Cyclones Game + DMF Performance = Another Fun Family Event: Only 50 Tickets Left

We participated in this event twice last year and are excited to be able to do it again in a couple of weeks. I was sure James would freak out going down on the field to sing the anthem in front of so many people, but with the help of some friends (and some very cute cheerleaders) he had a fantastic time!

The setting doesn’t hurt, either. The Brooklyn Cyclones play in Coney Island and their stadium has an ocean view. Add to that the beach, aquarium, boardwalk and even a circus nearby and you could make a day of it – it’s a Wednesday, so not a crowded day, either. And, the stadium is an easy subway ride so no rush hour traffic to worry about. Unfortunately the game this year is at 7:05pm on a school night, so we may have to miss a little bit of school that day (or to sleep in the next day) but I’m sure the kids will live.

DMF sings the anthem on the field before the game and then we all stay and have a blast in a section together. There are only 50 tickets left at the price listed below, but I’m sure you could get tickets on your own as well. If you would like to order tickets or find out more, see the email copied below:

To our friends,

Hope all is well!

Just a reminder that Daniel’s Music Foundation will be singing the National Anthem again at the June 22nd Brooklyn Cyclones game (starts at 7:00PM). Last year was a memorable evening and we decided to do it again and the Cyclones agreed!

The cost of each ticket is $16 and we have only 50 tickets remaining out of 250!  One of our members, Artie Elefant is coordinating this effort. Please contact him directly or on his cell phone at (917) 328-1352 if you are interested in joining us. And of course, you can always contact us at

We look forward to to seeing you there! Play ball!

Warm regards,

Daniel, Ken, Nancy and Mike

Hope you can make it to this unique, fun opportunity!

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