Crews work to tear down stage in preparation for Home Run Derby
SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Crews at Four Winds Field worked through the night on Sunday to tear down the stage built for the cancelled Pitbull show in preparation for Monday’s Home Run Derby.
Workers had less than 24 hours to take down the biggest stage ever built at Four Winds Field (50’ by 100’).
Work began Sunday night, immediately after the concert was postponed.
Head Groundskeeper T.J. Wohlever says his three workers were up to the challenge.
“We’re rolling the dice. Hopefully, we’ll pull it off and it’s like ‘that wasn’t so bad,” Wohlever said. “It’s just going to be the three of us working through the night. We’ve got some hammocks ready if we have to sleep here for a couple of hours, get some sleep and then go out and keep working again.”