In the USA, July 3 written in numbers sometimes is 7-03. That also happens to be one of Loudoun County’s two main area codes — 703 along with 571.
So, the Loudoun United soccer team decided to put on a celebration that celebrates all things 703 and USA in one big night of fun that includes a huge fireworks show.
On July 3, Loudoun United will take on the Hartford Athletic at 7:15 p.m. at Segra Field in Leesburg. But the evening will start well before then when the concourse in front of the stadium is filled with local business owners showing off what they have to offer.
Participating businesses include the Purcellville Flag Co., Rustic Slate Candle Company, Little Pink Truck Boutique, and LOCO for Loudoun.
Fans will be welcomed to Segra Field by the sweet sounds of Something’s Brewing. Something’s Brewing — based out of Leesburg — is quickly becoming one of Northern Virginia’s premier cover bands.
There will also be face painting, games, and other activities. Plus, Loudoun United’s mascot — Winger the winged pony — will be on hand to greet kids and kids at heart.
After the match, spectators are encouraged to stay in their seats for what’s been dubbed a “Spectacular Star-Spangled Fireworks Show” to celebrate the 703 and our nation’s history.
The fireworks display is put on by Innovative Pyrotechnic Concepts and the show will be synchronized to a special “Summer Fun” music playlist. As always, kids are invited to come onto the field after the fireworks for the Kids Kick event and autographs from the team.
For everyone interested in attending, the folks at Segra Field have two great offers for fans. There’s the Family 4 Pack, which includes four tickets, four hotdogs, and four drinks for just $64. Get details and purchase on the Family 4 Pack by clicking here.
Or there’s the Ticket + Beer offer which gets you a ticket to the match and a beer for just $20. Click here for that deal.
Come join Loudoun United on 7-03 at 7:15 and cheer the lads on while celebrating the best of Loudoun and America. It will be a great night for all.
(This is a sponsored story on behalf of Loudoun United.)