Dog Days at the Park
|DOG DAYS AT THE PARK INFORMATION
2016 GAME DATES | May 3, June 14 & August 23 COST | $8 humans, $3 dogs
The Louisville Bats will once again be hosting the very popular Dog Day at the Park games at Louisville Slugger Field on May 3, June 14 & August 23. Each year the event strives to raise money for our furry friends and the Kentucky Humane Society by allowing fans the opportunity to bring their dog(s) to the ballpark on these specially selected game dates.
Tickets for humans are only $8 each. Dogs are only $3 each with all dog ticket proceeds benefiting the Kentucky Humane Society. Humans are able to sit with their pooch in our V.I.P (Very Important Puppies) areas located in sections 133-136, 101-104, Patio Deck, Overlook Deck & Bleachers.
Promotion: On all three Dog Days the Bats will be selling $1 hot dogs & $1 Pepsi products all game long!
All dogs must remain on a leash at all times. All owners must sign a release form before entering the park with their dog. Download Release Form (required for entrance) The Louisville Bats reserve the right to eject any dog and their owner for agressive behavior.
|HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Box Office/Walk-Up - In advance of the game date or prior to 4:30 pm on the day of the game you may purchase your Dog Day at the Park tickets in person by visiting the Advanced Ticket Window located at the corner of Main Street and Preston Street. After 4:30 pm on the day of the game all tickets must be purchased by visiting the Witherspoon Gate Entrance located at the corner of Witherspoon St and Preston St.
By Phone - To purchase tickets by phone please call Nathan Renfrow at (502) 614-4537. Tickets purchased by phone may be left at Will Call or mailed. Tickets requesting to be mailed must be purchased at least seven days in advance of the game date.
Online - You may purchase tickets to Dog Day at the Park online now by clicking on the "Buy Tickets" link below. All online orders are subject to a $1.75 per ticket convenience charge.
All dogs and their owners will be required to sit or stand within designated V.I.P. (Very Important Puppies) areas during the game. The areas highlighted below in yellow are the areas permitted for dogs and their owners.