Lookouts Single Game Tickets Go On Sale Saturday

Thursday, March 20, 2014

On Saturday, March 22 at 10:00 a.m., fans will be able to purchase single game tickets for any Lookouts’ home game during the 2014 season.  Tickets will be available online for all 70 home games including the Lookouts’ Independence Day Fireworks extravaganza and their 22nd Annual Used Car Giveaway Night.  Single game tickets for the 2014 season are available in three sections, General Admission ($5), Upper Box ($6) and Lower Box ($9).

 

This season fans will be able to secure their seats for the 2014 Southern League All-Star Game at AT&T Field and the 2014 Southern League Home Run Derby and Fan Fest at Historic Engel Stadium. General admission tickets for the All-Star Game begin at $9 ($7 for children and seniors) and Upper Box ($11)/Lower Box ($15) tickets are also available. 

For the second straight year single game tickets will be available for purchase during the team’s annual Fan Fest which will be held from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.  The Lookouts’ annual Fan Fest offers family-fun entertainment and gives fans the ability to purchase an Opening Day general admission ticket for only $1.

During Fan Fest fans will have the opportunity to take a stadium tour, record a home run call, hit in the Lookouts' batting cage, check out the speed of their fastball, purchase game-used memorabilia, and take part in numerous other games, giveaways and activities. Everyone’s favorite mascots Looie and Loouise, will also be at Fan Fest taking pictures and signing autographs. 

The Lookouts’ 2014 Fan Fest is rain or shine and fans unable to attend can pick up single game tickets during the week at the team’s box office from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Season tickets and Mini-Packs are also available at the box office. Season ticket holders are given a chance to lock in the best seats in the house and have first priority for playoff tickets.

Season ticket packages begin at $300 for Upper Box seats and are $400 for Lower Box tickets.  Mini-Packs come in packs of seven ($56), 14 ($110) and 21 ($160) tickets and are another great way for fans to reserve their seats for the upcoming year. 

The Chattanooga Lookouts begin their 2014 regular season in two weeks on April 3 against the Jackson Generals at AT&T Field. For more information about Fan Fest or single game tickets call the box office at (423) 267-4TIX.



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