The Danville Braves administrative offices are on the ground level next to the firstbase ramp. There is a door that has a "Braves Administrative Office" sign on it. The Braves may also be reached at (434) 797-3792.
The Customer Service tent is located next to the ramp on the first base side of Legion Field (between Sections B and C). This is your destination if you want to register for in-game contests, claim prizes, report lost children or adults, leave found items, look for lost items, or if you have any questions or problems.
Directions may be found under the Stadium tab on our site. The physical address of Legion Field is 302 River Park Drive, Danville, VA 24540.
In the event that medical attention is needed, please come to the Customer Service tent by the ramp between Sections B and C on the first base side. All injuries, accidents, or illnesses should be referred to the first aid station.
While tickets are being collected at the main gate (by Ticket Teepee on first base side), fans will be permitted to exit with the intent to re-enter only if they have properly dated ticket stubs. When tickets are no longer being collected, all gates at the main gate may be used as exits.
We keep a variety of 'found' items at the Customer Service tent on the first base side. If you have lost something, come by Customer Service to see if we have it. we would also appreciate you bringing things you've found to the table.
The Customer Service tent is where you would go to report a lost child or parent and for us to help you find a lost patron. If you attend games with children, make sure they keep their ticket stubs. It makes it easier to find you if we have to.
If you need use of a telephone while at Legion Field please visit the Customer Service Tent and a Braves employee will escort you into the office to use the phone. Local calls only, please.
The Danville Braves administrative office and ticket information office number is (434) 797-3792. Our general e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patrons in wheelchairs are accommodated in numerous sections. There are two seats each in Section A and C, and ten seats available in Section B. There is also availability in front of the last General Admission sections on both the first and third base sides.
There are 6 drinking fountains located at Legion Field. There are 2 on the back Sides of each clubhouse, and 1 by each set of restrooms.
There are two sets of public restrooms at the park. There is set immediately as you enter the main gate, and the other set is by the ramp between Sections A and B on the third base side. All restrooms are handicapped accessible.
You may keep all the foul balls you can catch, but you need to remember a couple of things. First, those balls are hit hard, so be very careful. Second, if you go onto the field to interfere with a play (or on top of any buildings), we're going to take away the ball and ask you to leave.
Games start at 7 p.m., except on Sundays, when the first pitch is 4 p.m. Doubleheaders on Monday - Saturday start at 5 p.m. and on Sundays at 4 p.m. There may be some special times for some games, so call ahead or find ticket and schedule information on our website. Game times are subject to change without notice.
Advance tickets may be purchased at the Braves office at Legion Field or by calling the Braves office at 434-797-3792. Tickets will not be held without payment. Please contact the Braves staff for more information. You may also go to our website at www.dbraves.com and order tickets via the E-Tix link on our main page. This will allow you to order and print your tickets at home without having to stand in line.
Pocket schedules and other printed materials are available at the Customer Service gazebo and in many businesses in the Danville area. Or you can write to Pocket Schedule, c/o Danville Braves, P.O. Box 378, Danville, VA 24543.
If the game is cancelled before it's official (4 ½ innings if the Braves are winning, 5 if they aren't), you can trade the rain check portion of your ticket in for any other regular season game - unless your game choice is sold out or played on July 3rd. You can make the trade at the Braves office or at the ticket booth for that particular nights game.
Batting practice fans and folks who enjoy being first in line at the food Concessions can start coming through the gates an hour before the game is Scheduled to start.
The main parking lot is located along the first base side. There are overflow parking lots on the third base side of the stadium. Handicapped parking is available at the front of the main parking lot on the first base side. All parking lots are property of the City of Danville and are managed by the city. Parking is Free.
Draft Beer is available at the main concession stand behind home plate. In addition to domestic drafts, stands behind Section A and C offer bottled beer. Beer is sold until the end of the 7th inning.
The concession stands offer a variety of traditional ballpark fare from hot dogs to popcorn to French fries. Coca-Cola is the official soft drink of the Danville Braves, and the Braves serve a variety of Coke fountain and bottled products (including Dasani water).
Bottles, cans, coolers, and other food may not be brought into the stadium at American Legion Post 325 field. And for yours and our safety, the Braves reserve the right to inspect all bags, purses, etc. that enter the gate.
While we try to honor requests for birthday and anniversary announcements, we sometimes can not get them all. One tip is to call ahead and a Braves staff member know which game the birthday person or anniversary couple will be attending (in addition to supplying us with the necessary info such as name, birthday, age, etc.).