Iowa Cubs A-Z Guide
ADA seating is available at Principal Park. Elevators are located inside Gate C and in left field through the Cub Club entrance.
Properly identified service animals with visible credentials are permitted into Principal Park. The ballpark is open to all dogs with the signing of a waiver on any "Dog Days" promotional dates
Principal Park has ATMs located in the concourse behind home plate near the information booth. An additional ATM is located inside the Cub Club Restaurant.
Fans are permitted to seek autographs before the game down the third base line on the outfield side of the Iowa Cubs dugout. Autograph seekers must return to their seats prior to first pitch. Please do not disrupt others that are seated and enjoying the game. Autographs are not guaranteed.
Banners & Signs
Banners and signs are not allowed in the ballpark as they obstruct the view of other fans.
Principal Park has bike parking available inside the ballpark. Fans can enter through the Bike World Bike Gate (Gate D) at the southwest corner of the stadium to access the bike area.
Broadcast - Radio & TV
All 140 Iowa Cubs games are available locally on AM 940, on www.iowacubs.com, or through TuneIn streaming. Additionally, fans can watch the action with an MiLB.TV subscription.
Buses & RVs
Large vehicle parking is determined on a game-by-game basis with prior approval. Please contact the Iowa Cubs front office at 515-243-6111 prior to the game you wish to attend.
Cameras are permitted provided they are intended for personal use only. Fans are not permitted to obstruct walkways, aisles or block others from viewing the game while taking photographs. Photos cannot be sold for profit.
Cubbie Bear - Team Mascot
Cubbie is a staple at all Iowa Cubs games, but also loves to meet his fans in the community. To schedule Cubbie for your event, click here.
Cub Club Restaurant
The Cub Club Restaurant is located on the north end of Principal Park and overlooks the stadium from left field. The Restaurant is open Monday-Friday year round for breakfast and lunch from 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. and also serves as a venue for special events. The Cub Club is a premium seating area during Iowa Cubs home games.
Cubbie's Kids Club
Cubbie's Kids Club is the Iowa Cubs kids club available to children 13 and under. The Kids Club package includes a ticket to every Sunday home game, a treat at each of those games, a t-shirt, and access to a free baseball clinic with Iowa Cubs players. Click here for more information.
All donation requests must be submitted online through this form. Please allow 3-4 weeks for your request to be processed.
The Cambria Fan Services counter is located in the concourse behind home plate. If you have questions or need assistance during a game, staff members are stationed there during to assist you.
Firearms are prohibited at Principal Park.
The Iowa Cubs display postgame fireworks sponsored by Mediacom after every Friday home game. Fans should check the promotional calendar for added holiday firework shows or special events.
First Aid is located in the concourse behind Section 10 between the Iowa Craft Beer Stand and the Bottom of the 5th.
Food & Beverages
No outside food or drink is permitted at Principal Park at any time.
The Iowa Cubs Front Office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and from 9 a.m. through the end of the game during home games. From March to Labor Day, the office will additionally be open from 9 a.m. - noon on Saturdays.
The Iowa Cubs allow groups the opportunity to fundraise at Principal Park. Please contact Dustin Halderson with any fundraising questions at [email protected].
Gates open 90 minutes before first pitch for regularly scheduled home games. Gate time may vary for doubleheaders.
Discounted group ticket pricing is applicable to parties of 25 or more people. With Groupmatics, your group will receive a custom group page with event details that will allow everyone in your party to purchase their own tickets within your reserved block of seats.
Children 3 and under receive a free general admission ticket at Principal Park. In Reserved Grandstand sections, children must sit on a lap of a parent or guardian or a purchased ticket is required.
Lost and Found
Lost items can be claimed at the Iowa Cubs front desk.
Media passes are granted to those associated with a certified news outlet or those credentialed by the Chicago Cubs. To request a credential, email Shelby Cravens at [email protected]. Passes must be requested no less than 24 hours prior to the game you wish to cover. Press box seating is first-come, first-serve. Interviews are not guaranteed.
A Mug Club membership includes nine General Admission tickets, a collectable mug, a free beer at every Thursday home game and $1 off each additional beer purchased.
Note that the tickets represent the number of Thursday home games in the schedule, but can be redeemed on any date with the exception of holiday firework dates
The Iowa Cubs hold National Anthem auditions in early March prior to each season. Contact Beth Kneeskern at [email protected] with questions.
All parking at Principal Park is $12 and is run on a first-come, first-serve basis Including all those who have passes. Parking is limited due to the park's location. In the event of a rainout, bring your parking stub to the Iowa Cubs front desk to receive a refund.
Police officers are present at each home game to ensure the safety of our fans. If you need police assistance while attending a game, the nearest usher or Iowa Cubs staff member can connect you to an officer.
Principal Park is a tobacco free facility. Smoking, vaping or use of e-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco is prohibited. Fans are allowed to step outside of the stadium to smoke through the designated gate in the concourse behind Section 17.
The Iowa Cubs present a variety of sponsorship options. Contact Randy Wehofer at [email protected] with inquiries.
The Iowa Cubs Team Store at Principal Park is open year round. Shop at any time online.
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday (March-Labor Day): 9 a.m. - noon
Home Game Days: 9 a.m. - end of game
To schedule a tour of Principal Park, please contact John Rodgers at [email protected]
In the event of inclement weather, information regarding any postponed game will be available through Facebook and Twitter. Games will typically not be postponed until near or after the scheduled first pitch.
Fans may exchange any tickets from a postponed/cancelled game for another ticket of equal or lesser value to any other game during that same season, with the exception of holiday firework dates. No cash value or refunds offered on rain tickets. All exchanges must be done at the Principal Park ticket office.
Note: By PCL rules a game is official when a team has a lead after five complete innings have been played. Rain check tickets will not be issued for games that have been deemed official.