Labor Day Beach Bash at Historic Dodgertown this holiday weekend

Attendees and guests can also take a guided tour of Historic Dodgertown, and follow us on social media to win prizes during the Labor Day Beach Bash


Dodgertown LogoHistoric Dodgertown’s annual Labor Day Beach Bash youth baseball tournament is set for this weekend, with nearly 40 teams from across the state on their way to Vero Beach to play in this holiday tradition.

The fields are groomed and ready to play. Vero Beach has received some rain from the inclement weather on Florida’s west coast, but reports continue to indicate the storm is moving north.  The tournament is expected to continue as scheduled. 

In addition to watching three days of youth baseball, guests can take a free tour of Historic Dodgertown on Saturday, Sept. 3 to see Holman Stadium, the Baseball Card Wall, Championship Hall, photos inside the Hall of Fame building, and our Florida Historical Registry Marker. Sign-up sheets for the tours will be available at the Registration Desk.

Also, fans on social media can participate in on-site trivia contest to earn prizes. Follow Historic Dodgertown at the following to learn more:

Facebook —

Twitter — @HistDodgertown

Instagram — @HistoricDodgertown

Snapchat — HDTown1948

Hashtag — #historicdodgertown

Each year Historic Dodgertown welcomes more than 1,000 teams representing the sports of youth and adult baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer and rugby, and has welcomed professional teams and executives from the Canadian Football League, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Italian, Irish and French Baseball. In addition, Historic Dodgertown is a full-service conference center with 89 hotel villa rooms and recreational activities, and hosts executive leadership groups, reunions, retreats and special events.

For more information about Historic Dodgertown, please visit, or call (772) 569-4900.

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