Lookouts Increase Capacity To 70%; No Masks Required

Thursday, May 13, 2021
 The Chattanooga Lookouts have announced that they will increase their capacity to 70% for phase two games. Effective immediately the team will also be rescinding its mask policy per new MLB guidelines.  Beginning May 25, fans will no longer be required to wear a mask at AT&T Field. 

Phase two begins June 22 and runs until July 25.  Tickets for this phase go on sale Monday, May 17 at 9:00 a.m. and can be bought over the phone or online at Lookouts.com. 

“We cannot thank our fans enough for an amazing first series,” said Lookouts President Rich Mozingo.
“Being able to welcome even more fans to the ballpark on June 22 is another great step towards full capacity.”

For phase two, pod-style seating will be reduced and only be featured in lower box sections 101, 102, 103 and in each upper box section. The remaining lower box sections will be at full capacity. The team is also increasing the capacity of its general admission seating to allow 36% more fans.  

Phase three goes on sale June 21 and covers games from August 3 to September 19. Tickets begin at $8. Discounted tickets for children (ages 3-12), seniors and military begin at $6. 

Season tickets, 7, 14 and 21 game mini-plans, and group outings are on-sale now and can be reserved by calling the Lookouts Ticket Office at 423-267-4849. The Lookouts Team Store is open for business Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Fans are encouraged to check out the lineup of gear and face masks available. Lookouts gift cards are also available through Lookouts.com. 

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