One of Victory Field’s best offseason traditions returns from 12-3 PM on Sunday, Oct. 23 thanks to the Indians' mischievous mascot, Rowdie! After another memorable summer of baseball, the fun-loving bear has been hard at work to deliver another treat to his fans and followers – Rowdie’s Pumpkin Patch at Victory Field. KHKC Members get free entry by showing membership card at gate. Adults are still required to purchase tickets.
Victory Field was built to create memories for all ages in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. In addition to Indianapolis Indians home games every year, Victory Field hosts numerous high school and college baseball games, along with public events throughout the year. Victory Field’s public events calendar is loaded with fun for the entire family.
Save the date and head to Victory Field’s Elements Financial Club for Bourbon at the Ballpark before the holiday season hits. Attendees (limited to the first 150) will receive two complimentary drink tickets and an Indianapolis Indians Single Barrel Pick while enjoying bourbon samplings from local distilleries. Mystery bourbon bottles will be up for grabs through a raffle. This event is for ages 21+ only. This event is sold out.
Rowdie's Home Plate Holiday returns to Victory Field on Saturday, Dec. 17 from 8 AM-12 PM. Join the Indians' mischievous mascot who will be available for photos, work on holiday-themed arts and crafts, and enjoy a pancake breakfast with refreshments.
Participating teams in both the City Championship and County Championship will be announced at a later date. Tickets are not on sale yet for the City & County Championships but you can "Save the date" by clicking the button.
Victory Field is host to the 56th annual Indiana High School Baseball State Finals for a 25th time, with a pair of doubleheaders slated for Friday, June 16 and Saturday, June 17. Tickets are not on sale yet for the State Finals, but you can "Save the date" by clicking the button.
Banana Ball is coming to Victory Field on June 30, 2023! The Savannah Bananas are a circus-like baseball team from Savannah, Ga. who make baseball fun with their on-field hijinks and shenanigans, or what some might call, monkey business. The Bananas have drawn attention from ESPN, CNN, Sports Illustrated and the Wall Street Journal thanks to their own version of baseball called Banana Ball. The June 30 contest will feature the Bananas against their rival, the Party Animals. Click the link below to sign up for Indianapolis Indians emails, if you haven't already, for early access to tickets!
Two HBCU's square off in the Circle City Diamond Classic #AtTheVic. The game time for the Norfolk State (Home) and Coppin State (Away) match-up is TBD.
When baseball season ends, golf season begins at The Vic! The Links at Victory Field returns Thursday, Oct. 6 through Saturday, Oct. 8, with individual ($45), foursome ($160) and private group reservations (minimum 10 people) available for purchase.
Join the American Dairy Association Indiana for the 32nd consecutive year at the Ice Cream Social held at Victory Field. This "Drive-thru" experience is one for the whole family with volunteers serving pre-packaged ice cream novelties, including pup cups. All donations will benefit YMCA of Greater Indianapolis.
Pitch Hit & Run – the Official Youth Skills Competition of Major League Baseball – is coming to Victory Field on Tuesday, June 28! All youth baseball and softball players ages 7-14 are eligible to participate and advance through three levels of competition culminating at the 2022 MLB World Series. We look forward to seeing all competitors #AtTheVic!
Gates open at 5:00 PM.
All General Admission seating is $5 per ticket, $3 for seniors and $2 for Greenville students. Anderson students, faculty and staff with current AU identification are free. Children ages 2 and under are free.
Premium seating and suite options are unavailable for this event.