Houston Astros invite fans to annual gala at Minute Maid Park starring Boyz II Men
The World Series is over, but thankfully for Houston Astros fans, the celebration continues.
Fresh off the massive, 2 million-attended downtown championship parade and a slew of hotly attended players appearances, the Astros invite fans to the team's annual Diamond Dreams Gala on Friday, November 18. Now in its seventh year, the Texas-sized soiree is held on the field at Minute Maid Park.
As always, the event promises top-tier entertainment and this year is no exception: '90s power troupe Boyz II Men will bring the jams to the Juice Box in a night that promises to be equal parts heartwarming and raucous.
Individual tickets to the gala and concert are still available for the event and can be found online. Notably, the team has extended concert-only tickets to the public, which include general admission access to the Boys II Men show and two drink tickets (good for beer and wine).
This cherished event benefits the Astros Foundation and New Hope Housing, an area nonprofit that works to battle homelessness by providing housing and support services for those in need.
Doors open at 7 pm, with Boyz II Men taking the stage around 8 pm after cocktails and the gala program.
For passionate Astros fans, this is the perfect way to close out the World Series season and rub elbows with fellow fans, social scenesters, Astros owner Jim Crane and his wife Whitney, staff, and — always a huge draw — select players who make a surprise appearance.
For tickets and more information, visit the official event site.