Why should I bring my group to Victory Field?
No size is too large and no seat too far away when you bring your group together for a ballgame at Victory Field. Let us host your next staff outing or customer appreciation event and you’ll get all the thrills without the stress.
With generous discounts, block seating and convenient payment plans, you won’t find an easier way to entertain all your guests in one venue with live baseball action and non-stop entertainment.
Booking made easy - with a group confirmation kit, easy-to-meet deadlines, and flexible payment plans.
What if I have more than 1,000 people?
Groups of 1,000 or more get extra special treatment with opportunities to throw out a ceremonial first pitch, address the crowd before the game and join our broadcasters for a live interview during the broadcast.
How do I pick which picnic area is right for my group?
They are located behind Section 110 and 117. With over 30,000 square feet of combined picnic space, no group is too large for our Left Field picnic area. It feeds well over 1,000 people in a single location and groups of 50 to 1,000+ are invited to check out this recently renovated space.
If you're looking for something a bit more private, take in an In-Game picnic in the Coors Light Corner behind section 117 and enjoy your meal and your company with the chance of catching a homerun ball.
Where do I enter for suite level?
Fans with suite level tickets may access their seats via the elevator located in the suite lobby behind section 109.
Where do we park?
Over 6,400 parking spaces are located within seven blocks of Victory Field. The Government Center Garage(evenings and weekends only), on the northeast corner of West and Maryland streets, holds 2,900 cars and costs $5. Parking is also available at the Indiana State Museum, Eiteljorg Museum, White River State Park and Indianapolis Zoo- all for $5 on most game days.
Are coolers/containers allowed?
They are permitted in the lawn area only and must be less than 20" in length. Alcoholic beverages and glass containers of any kind are not permitted.
What if we come in a bus?
Due to space limitations and safety concerns, fan buses and RVs are not allowed to park in the Victory Field parking lot. Buses may drop off outside of the Right Field Gate on West Street. Bus parking can be found at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Is there food served in the suites?
All of our daily suite rental areas come with a full buffet package included in the price, with traditional ballpark favorites like hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled bbq, sides, cookies, sodas and beer. There's also a broad list of upgrades and customizable options, along with a personal wait staff to offer up a limiteless variety of snacks, desserts and special drinks as the game goes on."