As a promotional event at Comiskey Park in 1979, White Sox promotion manager Mike Veeck (Bill's son) dreamed up the event which took place in-between games of a double header with the Detroit Tigers. Fans brought in disco records in exchange for a ticket price of $0.98. Dahl and a crew then destroyed a pile of records, tearing a hole in center field, and causing thousands of fans to storm the field. In total the event drew an estimated 70,000 rowdy fans.
This updated unisex essential fits like a vintage well-loved favorite. Expertly crafted with an ultra-soft fabric, baby rib collar, reinforced side-seam, and excellent quality print, our shirts will easily be the best in your closet. Solid colors are 100% cotton, heather colors feature a 52/48 cotton/poly blend.
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