Globe Life Field is making its final preparations for MLB All-Star Week, which begins on Friday.

Over the course of five days, baseball fans will get to watch a variety of events from a celebrity softball tournament to the MLB Draft. The MLB All-Star game, which features Texas Rangers players Marcus Semien and Kirby Yates, will cap off the festivities on July 16, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.

Leading up to the first event on July 12, the Rangers will use the MLB Together platform to host a variety of community, youth & cultural programs to give back to the DFW community, per an MLB press release.

Event attendees will get to taste exclusive concessions curated by 25 chefs. Menu items will feature Texas classics with a ballpark twist, including a Lone Star Frito Pie Dog, which is a foot-long hot dog topped with chili, queso, sour cream, jalapenos, and, of course, Fritos, per WFAA.

The stadium will also highlight some local favorites, such as Shrimp Doc, an Arlington-based restaurant, and Hurtado Barbeque, the official barbeque of Globe Life Field. Hurtado will offer a loaded cornbread muffin, exclusive to MLB All-Star Week.

Among the variety of food options, Globe Life Field will launch its first-ever robot bartender, per WFAA. ADAM, the robot bartender, will be serving drinks in section 111 along with its human co-workers.

To commemorate the events happening at Globe Life Field, fans will be able to purchase merchandise featuring bright colors, an expanded women’s attire collection, and unique collectibles, Fox 4 KDFW reported.

Jeremiah Yolkut, who is on staff with Globe Events, stressed the importance for fans to stay hydrated during the festivities, especially with some events happening at the outdoor All-Stars Village. Fans are permitted to bring their own sealed or empty water bottles and refill them for free inside the stadium.

Yolkut also explained the significance of using Choctaw Stadium, the former home of the Texas Rangers, for some of the events.

“We’ve been really intentional putting all the baseball things in what Rangers fans know best, which is Choctaw for all those years,” Yolkut commented.

This is the first time since 1995 that the Rangers will host All-Star Week and the first time in 70 years that the defending champions will host the festivities.