The City of High Point hosted #DemoDay to celebrate the beginning of the Multi-Use Stadium project. Over 1,000 people were in attendance at the corner of Church and Pine as the City provided t-shirts, pennants, baseballs, hot dogs and cracker jacks. Mayor Bill Bencini made the ceremonial "first pitch" to Mayor-Elect Jay Wagner, and the crowd witnessed the first building in the stadium footprint to be demolished. See the Demo Day sidebar on this page to view pictures and media coverage.
On December 5, 2017, representatives from the City of High Point appeared before the North Carolina Local Government Commission to request permission to issue limited obligation bonds for the stadium construction funding. The Commission unanimously approved. A great day for High Point!
The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a series of legal agreements clearing the way for a local foundation to operate the stadium and for an Atlantic League of Professional Baseball team to play 70 games a year in the downtown facility beginning in May 2019
High Point Baseball will host a groundbreaking celebration on Wednesday, April 11 at 11:30 a.m. The ceremony will take place at the corner of N. Elm Street and Gatewood Avenue. In addition to the traditional turning of dirt, the name and logo of the multi-use stadium will be unveiled. BB&T will be the entitlement partner.
The ceremony is open to the public, and fans that preregister at www.highpoint-baseball.com will receive a special gift and a chance to be chosen to shovel with the VIPs.
The City of High Point with the members of High Point Baseball held a Groundbreaking Ceremony to celebrate the construction of the new Multi-Use Stadium. Over 800 people were in attendance to witness this historic event.