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Multicultural Australia Day at the Baseball
01/17/2018 8:46 PM ET

Australia is a multicultural country and that's what makes it the best place to live in the world! On January 26 - Australia Day - we will honour our great country's culturally diverse and rich backgrounds while celebrating Australia. 

The Adelaide Bite, proudly presented by SA Power Networks, are pleased to invite you to celebrate your heritage on our very first 'Multicultural Australia Day at the Baseball'. Kids are free so there's no reason not to bring the family down!

The ask is simple: show up to the ballpark proudly wearing something Australian and something that celebrates your heritage. Wear those board shorts and thongs along with your Canadian winter tuque. How about that Team Australia baseball cap with your Taiwanese baseball jersey? Paint your face in Green and Gold and mix in a few other colours! Do what ever mix makes you uniquely YOU - the foundation of this great country.

Please bring your flags - Aussie flags or a flag from wherever you are from - and hang them on our grandstands. Let's make West Beach the most colourful place in Adelaide!

We will have dance performances representing Brazil, Cuba, Chile and the Dominican Republic, thanks to La Bomba Dance Studio. 

Like our country, our baseball team is made up of a unique individuals from all around the world. We have Australians, Americans, Dominicans, Kiwis, Panamanians, Dutch, Taiwanese and Japanese players. That's what makes baseball so good. Get your tickets at

There's plenty of corporate space still available, so contact us at to lock in your special package today. 

We will also have:
- An Australian style Sausage Sizzle on site
- Australian rock anthems playing on the loudspeaker
- Face painters there to paint your country's colours on your face
- Parade of nations on field in the 6th inning
- Performances from The Adelaide Bite Cheerleaders
- A photo booth powered by Bendigo Bank
- Free Australian Baseball League cards for first 300 kids who come to the game, thanks to Bendigo Bank 
- A voucher for a free kids meal at Sportys Bar and Arena thanks to the Arkaba Hotel for 200 kids
- Dance performances from Brazil, Cuba, Chile and Dominican Republic celebrating South American and Carribean Heritage
- A bouncy castle
- Great food from the Pancake Kitchen
- A neighbouring international softball exhibition between the Aussie Spirit National Softball Team and a pro team from Japan

Get down to West Beach and celebrate Australia Day

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.