Have you ever wanted to play bubble hockey with Steven Stamkos? Balloon darts with Victor Hedman? Skee ball with Ryan Callahan? This is your chance.
On Sunday, Jan. 24 at Amalie Arena from 1-4 p.m., fans attending the Bolts Family Carnival will be able to interact with the entire Lightning team, coaching staff, alumni and media personalities who will be in rotation throughout 40-plus different game and activity stations throughout the building all afternoon.
The event under the Amalie Arena big top will include traditional carnival games like dunk tank, skee ball, balloon darts, high striker, bowler roller and bottle toss, along with more modern games like ping pong, Wii and box hockey.
Fans will also have an opportunity to take photos with the Stanley Cup, take a tour of the Lightning locker room and challenge themselves in the Bolts Rookie Combine, going through some of the same physical testing the players do.
This is a unique opportunity for fans to interact with Lightning personalities outside of 'hockey' and challenge players and coaches to family fun carnival games while raising money for a good cause.
The Bolts Family Carnival will cost $40 per person and $20 for children 12 and under, with all proceeds going to the Lightning Foundation. Parking is available in the silver, blue, green, brown, and teal lots for $5 and entrance to the Arena will be from Ford Thunder Alley.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.BoltsFamilyCarnival.com through midnight on Saturday, Jan. 23. If the event is not sold out at that point in time, tickets will be available for purchase starting at 11 a.m. in the McDonald's Ticket Office on the day of the Carnival.