Top Three Reasons to Attend Tonight’s Indians Game: April 24th Edition
It’s a beautiful spring Tuesday in Indianapolis and we’re gearing up for the first of two home games at Victory Field this week. The Indians’ closest rival, the Louisville Bats, arrive in town today for a two-game homestand and the Tribe is ready to take them on with home-field advantage.
If you’re considering spending this picture-perfect day inside, think twice. Tonight is the perfect night to get out to the ballpark and enjoy spring baseball. Check out these three reasons to attend tonight’s 7:05 p.m. game.
Tonight is a McAlister’s Deli Two-For-One Tuesday game at Victory Field. That means you can receive two ticket for the price of one for tonight’s game.
Swing by any central Indiana McAlister’s Deli location and pick up your Two-For-One Tuesday coupon, then bring it to the box office. We’re open now through the end of the game tonight. With each coupon, you will receive two regularly priced tickets ($15, $11 or $10) for the price of one!
Gear up for the month of May in Indianapolis. Tonight’s Seventh Inning Stretch will be performed by a collection of the 2012 500 Festival Princesses.
Bring your daughter to tonight’s game for some quality time. She might be able to meet a princess and you can teach her how to keep score. A perfect father-daughter night out.
IU Health and the Indianapolis Indians are teaming up to beat cancer.
From 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. tonight, volunteer doctors from the IU Health Simon Cancer Center, the IU School of Medicine Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and the Indiana Chapter of the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance will offer free oral, head and neck cancer screenings in the PNC Centerfield Plaza at Victory Field.
Screenings are free, quick and painless and will provide you valuable information that could save your life.
Get your tickets to tonight’s game at www.IndyIndians.com/Tickets.