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.
Our women’s slim-fitting t-shirt features a classic set-in crew neck collar with tapered shoulders, and side seam stitching to ensure it keeps it’s shape wash after wash. We use an incredibly soft cotton that’s combed and ringspun. With a fabric weight of 4.2 oz, they have just the right amount of comfort and breathability.
Please note: Our women’s t-shirt runs small for most people so we suggest ordering at least one size up. See our size chart for exact dimensions. If you prefer a more relaxed fit we recommend the men/unisex option.
Printed in the US: All of our products are proudly printed to order in the US. Please allow approximately 2 business days for production before your order ships.
We take as much pride in our products as we do the places we call home. All of our apparel and home goods are the best quality possible proudly printed to order in the US. We love our products and know you will too.