Thursday, July 21, 2016

Labatt Blue Brings First-Ever Undomesticated Summer Games to Detroit’s Belle Isle

This Saturday, July 23rd 450 people from across Michigan will be competing for a chance to become team legend at the Labatt Undomesticated Games. There will be five different events that participants will be competing in. First, there is human bowling where participants will turn themselves into a human bowling bowl and hurl themselves at the pins to see how many they can knock down. Next, there is an over sized slingshot where teams will take aim at a variety of targets using a human sized slingshot. The day will also feature Keg o War where teams will have to move four large full kegs to the finish line using only their strength and wit.
All of the teams will have six participants, including two females per team. The games will take place at Belle Isle at 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. this Saturday. Fans are welcome to come out to "watch the games, enjoy music, backyard games, food, prizes and ice cold Labatt Blue throughout the day". Detroit is one of the five cities that was chosen to host a undomesticated summer games event.


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