South Whitley, IN, August 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The 2011 Shindigz National Soccer Festival returns to IPFW's Hefner soccer fields for another year filled with top-ranked collegiate soccer teams. The 2011 Shindigz National Soccer Festival Hefner will not only host a “who's who” of nationally ranked Universities, but 28 high school teams as well during the August 19, 20 and 21 event. This year’s line-up includes the 2010 National Champion Akron, 2010 National Runner-Up Louisville and Final Four participant, University of Michigan. Perennial ACC soccer powerhouse Duke will be accompanied by Creighton, Denver, Northern Illinois, Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Xavier, IPFW, Saint Francis and Indiana Tech.
Boys and girls high school powers from the Fort Wayne area and throughout Indiana, plus the addition of four Michigan schools, will square off on Friday and Saturday. You won’t want to miss this soccer showcase of high school talent.
In addition to plenty of great soccer, families will enjoy a midway filled with games for the kids. Try out the Speed Kick game or bounce in one of the bounce houses. Have your child’s face painted by Sweetcakes Entertainment or receive a fun balloon art sculpture. For the adults, the beer tent will serve ice-cold adult beverages along with music throughout the event.
Advance Tickets can be purchased at any of the ProFed locations or Connolly’s Do It Best hardware stores through out the Fort Wayne area, or at Soccer Plus. Tickets will also be available at the event. Ticket Prices continue to be quite affordable for this fantastic soccer-filled weekend: $5.00 for students (college I.D. & under) for the entire weekend, $5.00 for adults for a day pass or $10.00 for adults for a weekend pass.
Please visit the website for the game schedules at www.NationalSoccerFestival.com Come and get involved with live music, food, picture taking, autographs, soccer clinics, and midway fun all at the Shindigz National Soccer Festival August 19-21.
The Shindigz National Soccer Festival has grown to include the spring Kickin’ It At the Diamond as well as this annual multiday Festival in August. Teams attending the festival over the years have won 38 of the 52 NCAA National Championships and of the 48 teams who competed in the 2010 NCAA tournament, nine of them, including six who made the sweet sixteen and three who made the final four, are competing this August.