Single Game Tickets For the Indianapolis Indians 2015 Season Now On Sale
Individual game tickets for the Indianapolis Indians 2015 season are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets by clicking here or calling the Victory Field Box Office at (317) 269-2282.
In 2015, the Indians will continue to reward fans that plan with the return of the Advanced Purchase Discount where all Box, Reserved and Lawn tickets bought 24 hours in advance of Gameday will be $2 off the gate price, excluding July 4.
The 2015 season includes an exciting slate of weekly promotions and one-of-a-kind specials.
To view the entire 2015 Indianapolis Indians Promotions Calendar click here.
Highlights of the 2015 promotional schedule include:
Signature Saturdays: Featuring MLB Hall of Famers Wade Boggs and Joe Morgan, Indiana native and MLB great Carl Erskine, and nationally renowned entertainment acts such as the Famous Chicken, Signature Saturdays during the 2015 season are sure to provide fun and lasting memories for the whole family.
Bark in the Park: Last season Victory Field hosted its first ever Bark in the Park events where man’s best friend joined fans in the right field lawn to create a truly unique viewing experience. In 2015, the Indians will be offering fans three chances to bring their dogs to the ballpark.
Star Wars Night: Victory Field will be turned into “a galaxy far, far, away” when the Indianapolis Indians host Star Wars Night on Saturday, May 2. Fans won’t want to miss the exciting and unique Star Wars-themed activities and interactions throughout the ballpark during the Tribe’s 7:05 p.m. contest against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
Super Hero Night: Fans won’t want to miss the exciting and unique Dark Knight-themed events and interactions throughout the ballpark during the Tribe’s 7:05 p.m. contest against the Syracuse Chiefs on Saturday, June 27. A special Super Hero youth cape will be given away to the first 2,500 fans 14 and younger once gates open and the Indians will even be wearing specialty Dark Knight jerseys being auctioned off throughout the game to benefit Riley Hospital for Children.