Las Vegans love their hometown baseball team and are lining up to attend the Las Vegas Aviators’ 72 homes games this season. So, it comes as no surprise that the Aviators lead Triple A baseball in attendance, often surpassing turnout at some major league parks. But that love affair goes beyond watching the team’s top players hit home runs or Finn, the adorable bat dog, romping toward the dugouts. It’s a love affair that goes hand-in-hand with the Las Vegas Ballpark itself.
Las Vegas Ballpark has many “cool” things to offer, starting with ticket prices as low as $12, making it one of the most affordable professional sports entertainment options in the valley. Parking is free, and most games are evening match-ups after the sun goes down, ensuring the Ballpark remains comfortable all season long.
The Ballpark’s high tech, vented-mesh seats help keep fans cool during hot summer months; and a pool in the outfield can be rented during games, giving poolside parties a new name. And many special fan appreciation nights make for more added fun.
Yet, one of the most fun aspects about America’s favorite pastime at Las Vegas Ballpark is the food! While a hot dog and beer remains the classic experience of baseball season, this is Vegas where even ballpark food is amped up and many of the city’s top chefs feature one-of-kind ballpark fare. Las Vegas Ballpark’s signature “food story” includes a robust selection of family-favorite concessions, including favorites from BBQ Mexicana, Walking Taco Stand, The Grill on 1st and 3rd, Flight Deck Burger, Chill Out, Frose, and Aviator Ale– to name a few.
“Taking in an Aviators game at Las Vegas Ballpark is a summer staple for many Las Vegans,” said Shahn Douglas, chief marketing officer for DK Las Vegas, which owns Juhl, the modern loft-style high-rise condominium community that spans an entire city block in downtown Las Vegas.
“We have many residents at Juhl who moved from cities with major league teams who are looking for a new hometown team,” said Douglas. “Las Vegas Ballpark is a perfect place to make new friends, experience great food and spend a few relaxing hours cheering on the local baseball team. Chilling out and cooling off at Las Vegas Ballpark – it’s the perfect antidote to a hot summer night in Vegas.”