D-backs sell out Finals Game 4 Rally the Valley watch party at Chase Field
Phoenix Suns fans came out in full force for a watch party at neighboring Chase Field for Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday, as 15,000 fans packed the lower bowl and sold out the event.
Unfortunately for Valley sports fans, the Suns fell to the Bucks 109-103 to tie the Finals series up at 2-2.
The watch party was hosted by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Doesn’t get much better than cheering on the @Suns with one of my best friends and 15,000 of the best fans in sports! @ChaseField is the place to be tonight! #RallyTheValley pic.twitter.com/aN3Hh7SUq8
— D. Baxter the Bobcat (@DbacksBaxter) July 15, 2021
Before the game even started, Valley fans were rocking the building and ready to watch Phoenix take on the Bucks in Milwaukee.
The D-backs opened up their concessions stands for fans to purchase foods and drinks when the gates opened at 4:30 p.m.
There was even a pregame party on the field, as D-backs mascot Baxter the Bobcat and the Suns’ Gorilla were pumping fans up along with a Suns DJ.
I haven't heard this place sound like this in a long time.
— Derek Montilla (@Cap_Kaveman) July 15, 2021
All the way turned up at @ChaseField. 🔊
— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) July 15, 2021
The atmosphere only intensified after tipoff.
It is LOUD at the ballpark!
— Chase Field (@ChaseField) July 15, 2021
On top of displaying the game on the jumbotron, Phoenix Suns play-by-play announcer Al McCoy can be heard on the PA speakers at Chase Field.