Haymarket Park- Lincoln Saltdogs


Jul
22 Sat

LINCOLN SALTDOGS vs. Wichita

Lincoln, NE
United States
$20 Advanced Beerfest Ticket Purchasers can enter the gates at 6:00pm to participate in the Beerfest festivities. Beerfest VIP participants will be allowed to enter the ballpark at 5:00PM. VIP tickets include beer sampling and an All-You-Can-Eat meal in the 1st Base Picnic Area beginning approximately at 6:00PM. Other Beerfest participants may enter at 6:00PM with the general public. If you have questions, please call 402-474-2255.
Show at 6:45 PM
More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
BEERFEST VIP: $40.00BEERFEST ADVANCED: $20.00

TICKET SALE DATES
BEERFEST VIP Public Onsale: May 4, 2017 12:21 PM to July 22, 2017 12:01 AM
BEERFEST ADVANCED Public Onsale: July 20, 2017 12:49 PM to July 22, 2017 3:45 PM
BEERFEST ADVANCED Public Onsale: May 4, 2017 12:19 PM to July 22, 2017 12:05 AM


CAMPAIGN DESCRIPTION
$20 Advanced Beerfest Ticket Purchasers can enter the gates at 6:00pm to participate in the Beerfest festivities. Beerfest VIP participants will be allowed to enter the ballpark at 5:00PM. VIP tickets include beer sampling and an All-You-Can-Eat meal in the 1st Base Picnic Area beginning approximately at 6:00PM. Other Beerfest participants may enter at 6:00PM with the general public. If you have questions, please call 402-474-2255.

$20.00 - $40.00

403 Line Drive Circle, Suite A
Lincoln, NE
United States
Located just west of Interstate 180 and Memorial Stadium, and just north of the Historic Haymarket area, the Haymarket Park sports complex creates a visually appealing gateway to the Star City. With a pedestrian walkway connecting the stadium complex to both the Haymarket and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus, the stadium is a convenient addition to the downtown area.

Great care has been taken to design a sports complex that is modern, yet still embraces the time-honored traditions of baseball and the proud heritage that is the Haymarket. The name Haymarket Park embodies the essence of the history of baseball, and the history of Lincoln itself.

Built in 2001 – Saltdogs first season 2001, Huskers first season 2002 There was nothing on this site before the stadium Built for $17 million Joint venture between the University, Nebco, and the City of Lincoln City of Lincoln owns the ground, leased by University and NEBCO Has 4,400 seats, sits 4,100 in berms. Capacity of 8,500 Some of the biggest crowds have been Super Regionals for the Huskers, and the All-Star game that the Saltdogs hosted Considered an “Open View” Stadium – means you can walk all the way around the ballpark and never lose site of the game The grass is a “Kentucky Blue Grass” The infield is clay, not dirt There are four major concessions stands Levy restaurants is the office concessionaire of Haymarket Park There are 16 Skybox Suites, 12 are owned by companies, 4 are rented out The “Sub Air” system is a system of pipes that have air flow through them that can be used to heat the ground, or can be reversed to suck water out of the ground. It is one of only a few systems like it in the world. The system that resembles ours the most is found in Ireland on a soccer field. It is housed in the building between softball and baseball This field is used more for games, practices, camps, and events than almost any other field in the nation Grounds crew has received field of the year, every year We have had three major concerts here – Bob Dylan & Willie Nelson, Def Leapord & Bryan Adams, and Bob Dylan & John Mellencamp The Saltdogs offices and Husker Baseball and Softball offices are located here. The Saltdogs picked Haymarket Park, the Huskers picked Hawks Field, Hawks is the name of the one of the major donors that helped There are 14 full time staff for the Saltdogs that are here year around Picnic areas down the first and third base side