Indianapolis Indians single-game tickets for the 2017 season go on sale starting today, March 1, 2017. The Tribe’s 71-game home season begins Thursday, April 6, at 7:05 p.m. versus the Toledo Mud Hens.
The Indians led all of Minor League Baseball in attendance in 2016, welcoming 636,888 fans to Victory Field. Over the past four seasons, the Tribe have either led Minor League Baseball in attendance or set a single-season attendance record.
“Victory Field is an exciting place to experience a baseball game, and it will be even better in 2017,” President and General Manager Randy Lewandowski said. “As a premiere downtown Indy summertime destination, we have something for everyone—families looking for quality and affordable time together, young professionals gathering at the ballpark, and of course diehard baseball fans who love the action on the field.”
The 2017 season promises to be a special one at Victory Field. The fan experience will be enhanced thanks to a new HD videoboard in right field that measures three times the size of the previous display. The team will also unveil new digital ribbon boards lining the upper deck along each baseline and a new digital audio system.
Highlights on the promotion schedule include five Super Hero Nights with characters from both the MARVEL and DC Comics universes, a Stars Wars night, 13 fireworks nights (including Independence Day celebrations on July 3 and 4), Bark in the Park and much more. Daily specials are also back, including Monday Dollar Menu, Thursday Craft Beer Night and Kids Eat Free Sundays.
Indians ticket prices remain some of the most affordable for sports entertainment in Indianapolis. Box seats are $17, reserved seats are $13 and tickets to sit in the Ivy Tech Lawn are $11. Fans may receive $2 off each box, reserved and lawn ticket when purchased in advance of game day.
Single-game tickets are available on IndyIndians.com or by calling the Victory Field Box Office at (317) 269-2282 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Victory Field’s exterior ticket windows will serve walk-up customers beginning Monday, March 20.
SOURCE: Indianapolis Indians