Posted: Apr 22, 2021 / 2:35 pm EDT
Updated: April 22, 2021 / 2:35 p.m. EDT
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians announced Thursday that they had received permission from the Marion County Health Department to have some fans at games until at least May.
The team will be operating at 25% capacity at Victory Field, which equates to approximately 3,450 fans per game.
“We are grateful for the guidance and guidance the Marion County Health Department has shown throughout the pandemic, and grateful that, with their approval, our passionate fans can safely return to Victory Field to reach our first homestand,” said Randy Lewandowski, President of the Indianapolis Indians and General Manager. “We look forward to welcoming fans and Native American baseball back to Victory Field as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of our beautiful baseball stadium.”
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On April 26th, two days before the single-game ticket sale date on April 28th, you will receive priority access to Indianapolis’ first and only Homestand in May.
The Indians say capacity percentages and ticket information will be revealed for later this summer once these plans are approved.
Here are a few things fans should be aware of:
- According to the current MCPHD order, face coverings are required for all fans over 2 years of age. Fans are only allowed to remove masks if they are actively eating or drinking from their seat.
- Seating options are mainly sold in pods with 2, 4 or 6 seats in the seat shell to ensure social distance.
- All concession stands are cashless and are distributed with food and spices in closed or prepackaged containers.
- The Indians have switched to a digital ticketing system to provide fans with a safe, convenient, and secure way to use and share playing cards. Digital ticketing offers a contactless access solution for all fans who come to Victory Field.
More details on health and safety protocols can be found here. Tickets can be bought here.
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