The Kansas City Royals announced details of the third annual Kansas City Sky Show, set for Friday, June 4 at Kauffman Stadium following the 7:10 p.m. game with the Detroit Tigers.

The show will pay tribute to the 25th Anniversary of the club’s 1985 World Series victory with a complete audio-visual show with fireworks and magic from entertainer Michael Grandinetti. Plus there will be guest appearances from members of the 1985 Championship team, high-definition video and a choreographed musical score.

In addition to world-class fireworks, the event will feature on-field special effects, the iconic Kauffman Stadium fountains and CrownVision – the largest HD videoboard in Major League Baseball. With LED ribbon boards throughout the stadium, the show will truly be a 360° experience.

“The Sky Show adds much more to the normal pyrotechnics displays. This full-production show is truly a fitting tribute to the crowning achievement of the 1985 World Championship,” said Michael Bucek, Royals Vice President-Marketing & Business Development. “This will be one of the must-see events in Kansas City this summer, and we look forward to sharing it with our fans.”