OFFICIALLY RESCHEDULED TO
AUGUST 7 -9, 2020
THE FASTEST SELL OUT IN SOFTBALL
Dublin Dirty 2020 is now set for August 7-9, 2020! The tournament is currently sold out. Now that we have the new official dates, the 104 lucky teams that were registered for the original date of March 13-15 have first right of refusal. Once we confirm each team, we will re-open registration June 1st to fill any vacated spots. This is the fastest sellout in softball. Any spots that do open up are going to go quick.
We were looking forward to seeing all of you on the original re-scheduled weekend of June 5-9. Unfortunately, the restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic are being lifted later than we had hoped. The parks in Reno and Sparks are set to open on June 1st for softball. However, the city of Sparks has informed us they would not have the staff in place in time for what would have been Dublin weekend. Because of this, local authorities have requested we move Dublin to August.
We are confident this is the right move for your tournament experience. It’s unclear whether our casino hotels will be open by the beginning of June. It’s also uncertain whether food or drinks could be served at the fields.
We will be enacting several measures at the tournament in order to keep you, your team, and our staff safe. With the situation changing from moment to moment we don’t know how many precautions will be put in place. We will know more as we get closer to the tournament date.
We pride ourselves on the experience level we bring to this softball event, and this year we have put more behind it than ever before. This isn’t just some generic softball tournament. This is one of the greatest tournaments you’ll ever play in. The rules, the Arseway Wheel, the obscene number of giveaways, the choice awards, the green… this is Irish Softball. And this will be an Irish summer. Everything is greener in the summer. We’re going big. Do not miss out on what we have planned. We will have Dublin Dirty in 2020!
Unlike Any Tournament You’ll Ever Play In
Only The Irish Have This Much Fun