The minor league Charleston RiverDogs game is going to end with a bang Saturday. The Yankees' single-A team is blowing up Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus music and paraphernalia to honor the 35th anniversary of baseball’s infamous Disco Demolition Night.

The Chicago White Sox created the original Disco Demolition Night to fill seats during their tanking 1979 season. Disco records were blown up in Comiskey Park between games of a scheduled twi-night doubleheader. But the damage to the field forced Chicago to forfeit the second game.

Check out the promo the RiverDogs' game Saturday in South Carolina against the Augusta Green Jackets (Giants):

Beyond the explosives, the RiverDogs also plan to ban all Bieber and Cyrus music from being played in their stadium. The cause for the event is explained in the press release:

"Like so many, we have taken special exception to Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus's music along with his numerous run-ins with the law and her controversial performances," RiverDogs General Manager Dave Echol said. "'Disco Demolition 2' is dedicated to the eradication of their dread musical disease, like the original Disco Demolition attempted to do. We are going to take Bieber and Cyrus's merchandise and memorabilia, put it in a giant box, and blow it to smithereens. It is all in good fun, and we guarantee there won't be a forfeit of a game."

That's because the team learned from history and has planned for the destruction to take place after the game.

Fans that bring Bieber or Cyrus paraphernalia to contribute to the demolition can buy tickets for $1.

In case you're not familiar with the original Disco Demolition Night from July 12, 1979, check out some of the carnage below: