Tuesday, April 11 – Tuesday Dollar Menu presented by Eisenberg
Enjoy your favorite ballpark snacks including hot dogs, peanuts, potato chips, Cracker Jack® and popcorn all for one buck at concessions.
Gates open at 5 PM with first pitch at 6:05 PM.
Wednesday, April 12 – Baseball in Education presented by Citizens Energy Group, IUPUI, Lilly
Victory Field welcomes central Indiana students and teachers to the first of three Baseball in Education games for the season. School groups are provided a special ticket discount when purchasing in advance, and students may bring their own sack lunch/cooler into the ballpark.
Gates open at 10 AM ahead of first pitch at 11:05 AM.
Thursday, April 13 – Thirsty Thursday™ presented by Sun King Brewery, Bark in the Park presented by Noah’s Animal Hospital and PetSuites, Circle City Night
The best drink specials in Indy happen on Thirsty Thursday™ at Victory Field, where $2 Pepsi fountain drinks, $3 domestic drafts and $5 premium and craft drafts are available. DJ Nicolas Rage will perform before and during the game. On the field, the Indians will represent the 317 for the first Circle City Night of the season by wearing Circle City jerseys, and UIndy ballplayer Brady Ware will throw the ceremonial first pitch.
For a second consecutive season, the Indians have partnered with local retailer, The Shop, to bring fans another unique Circle City t-shirt collection. These limited-edition shirts are only available in-park for $20 at The Shop’s screen printing setup located at the Standings & Lineup Board behind Section 108.
Bring your four-legged fan to the ballpark and enjoy the game from the right and center field lawn. Fans must purchase the dog ticket package in advance, which guarantees one (1) giveaway item for the pup. Dog ticket packages are limited.
Gates open at 5:30 PM, and first pitch is at 6:35 PM.
Enjoy baseball under the lights, and cheer on the Indians in the fourth game of their series against the Saints.
Gates open at 6 PM ahead of the 7:05 PM first pitch.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson, one of baseball’s all-time greats. Robinson’s ’42’ is the only league-wide retired number in the game.
Gates open at 5:30 PM before first pitch at 6:35 PM.
Sunday, April 16 – Kids Eat Free Sunday presented by Meijer, Knot Hole Kids Club Giveaway presented by Riley Children’s Health, Williams Comfort Air
Every Sunday, all children 14 and under receive a free hot dog, bag of chips and Capri Sun® juice pouch with price of admission.
Knot Hole Kids Club members may pick up a Rowdie poster at a table near the Standings & Lineup Board while supplies last. Knot Hole members must have their membership card to redeem. Knot Hole members may also run the bases after the game.
Gates open at 12:30 PM with first pitch at 1:35 PM.