Salvatore’s BOOYAH at Breese Stevens Field October 28th
Free event featuring the original Ghostbusters movie and homemade Booyah
Breese Stevens Field is excited to present their last big event, Salvatore’s BOOYAH on Friday, October 28th. This event will feature a FREE showing of the original Ghostbusters movie on the video board and Madison Magazine’s Chef of the Year, Patrick DePula will be serving handmade Booyah, a classic Wisconsin Northwoods style dish.
Gates for Salvatore’s Booyah will open at 5:30 pm with the showing of the original Ghostbusters movie beginning at 7:00 pm. This family-friendly, fun event for all ages will include a costume contest, candy, free yard games and much more.
Booyah, a classic Wisconsin Northwoods style dish, will be prepared by Chefs Patrick DePula and John Jerabek. The recipe comes from John’s grandmother’s recipe, straight out of Casco, WI. The Booyah is limited, so guarantee yourself a bowl by purchasing your bowl online at BreeseStevensField.com starting Thursday, October 20th. Besides Booyah being served, there will be Tripp Sausage, Old Fashioneds and beer available for purchase.
This event is made possible thanks to presenting sponsors, FOX 47, Lauer Realty Group, Madison Gas and Electric and Festival Foods.
One chair per person is permitted in addition to blankets. For more information, visit BreeseStevensField.com.
Breese Stevens Field is a multi-purpose stadium listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and
located in downtown Madison on East Washington Avenue. The facility is managed by Big Top Baseball, the same group that operates the Madison Mallards and three other baseball teams throughout Wisconsin. The stadium hosts athletic events, concerts, community events and more annually.