Following the Cubs move to cancel the 2021 Cubs Convention, the Chicago White Sox have now canceled SoxFest 2021 due to the uncertainty over the COVID-19 pandemic. The 28th edition was scheduled for Jan. 22-23 at McCormick Place.
“Each season, the entire organization looks forward to bringing our team and fans together at our annual fan fest in celebration of a new season of White Sox baseball,” the team said on its website. “We are grateful for the unwavering support from our fans and partners, and are disappointed we cannot offer the same SoxFest experience as we have in the past.”
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It goes on to say, “We are exploring new ways to connect with you this winter. Additional updates about virtual programming will be announced in the coming months. Please check back for the latest information.”
While the Sox have joined the Cubs, Blue Jays, White Sox, Twins, Yankees, Padres and Indians in locking down a postseason position, they remain a game out of first place in the AL Central.
SOURCE: White Sox