Avista Stadium (602 N. Havana St., Spokane, WA. 99202)
Animals are not allowed inside Avista Stadium with the exception of service dogs or Bark at the Park promotional nights.
If you would like to be considered to be an Anthem singer, please contact Darby Moore by email or phone at (509) 343-6805.
There is an ATM located next to the Team Store and Information Booth.
Players sign autographs before every game from 6:00 to 6:25 (or 4:30 to 4:55 for Sunday games) at LEO's Photography Autograph Area down the first base line.
Birthday and Anniversary Announcements
You can submit birthdays and anniversaries at the Information Booth located near the front gates of Avista Stadium before the 4th inning of any game.
If your child is small enough to fit on your lap, then you do not need to purchase a ticket. If the child requires their own seat, a ticket will be required.
Avista Stadium gates open one (1) hour prior to game time.
Length of Game
In the Northwest League (as well as in Minor League Baseball) teams play a 9-inning game (and extra innings if tied) without a time limit. The average game will last around 2 1/2 hours.
OTTO, Doris, and/or Recycleman would love to show up to your birthday party, school assembly, or other event. If you are interested in booking a mascot appearance, please contact Darby Moore by email or by phone at (509) 343-6805.
Tickets can be ordered by calling the Indians ticket office at (509) 343-6886 or TicketsWest at 1-800-325-SEAT. Tickets can also be purchased at ticketswest.com or before the day of game at spokaneindiansbaseball.com.
Outside Food and Beverages
Empty or sealed water bottles are allowed into Avista Stadium. Unfortunately per NWL regulations, no other outside food or beverages are allowed.
Parking at Avista Stadium is FREE! We are located at the Spokane County Interstate Fairgrounds and have plenty of free parking available for our fans. Premier Parking is available for $5.00 per game.
The Texas Rangers control all player personnel issues. They scout, draft, and sign the players assigned to Spokane.
Peanut Free Zone
The Spokane Indians are happy to offer a peanut-controlled area at Avista Stadium, which is located on the third-base side in Lower Box 201.
You can listen to the Indians on 103.5 The Game or find the latest updates on Facebook or Twitter.
If you are interested in becoming an Indians sponsor, please contact Sean Bozigian by email or phone at (509) 535-2922.