Tiger Stadium to Go Blue on April 9, 8 p.m. CT
BATON ROUGE – At 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 9, LSU’s Tiger Stadium will “Light it Blue” as part of a global recognition of those working on the front lines fighting against COVID-19. Across the country, major sporting and entertainment venues, landmarks and historic buildings, sports, civic and arts organizations will illuminate in blue and post messages of support.
#LightItBlue is being supported by hundreds of venues and organizations from Times Square in New York to the Staples Center in Los Angeles, from Soldier Field in Chicago to the Bank of America Plaza in Dallas, from Boston City Hall to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans to The Forum in Inglewood.
In Baton Rouge, Tiger Stadium is joining the State Capitol and Governor’s Mansion in participating in the #LightItBlue campaign.
For a full list of supporting cities and venues, visit http://makeitblue.us/thankyou/.
The #LightItBlue campaign invites businesses and venues across the country to simultaneously turn blue in support of frontline staff and essential workers who are confronting coronavirus in hospitals, grocery stores, and other essential businesses throughout the United States. Building off of the campaign’s inception in the U.K., this volunteer campaign has been organized by a collective of leaders from the events and entertainment industry to help show their appreciation to those on the frontline. For more information, visit MakeItBlue.us.