Louisville Slugger Field is a baseball stadium named after the famous Louisville Slugger baseball bat. The company that manufactures the bat is Nillerich & Bradsby, and its museum and one of its factories is located in town. The stadium is home to the Louisville Bats, a Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, along with the Louisville City FC soccer team. The stadium offers its guests views of the Ohio River and Downtown Louisville. Construction began in 1998 and finished in 2000. An old train shed that had long stood on the property was incorporated into the stadium, serving as an entrance gate. Capacity is 13,131 for baseball games and 8,000 for soccer games. Even more people can attend concerts here if additional seating areas are opened up. Find your tickets for Louisville Slugger Field at StubHub.
Can I park at the ball park?
There are four parking lots designated for Louisville Slugger Field ticket holders. This includes the season ticket holder lot and the Humana Parking Garage, which is open to season ticket holders and mini-plan ticket holders. The lots on Preston and Main Streets are open to the general public and require a fee for access. They're both across the street from the stadium.
What is the rain policy?
If it starts raining before a game starts and is predicted to continue for a short period, there may be a rain delay. If the bad weather is expected to continue for a long time, the game might be deemed a rainout. In the case of a rainout, fans can exchange their Louisville Slugger Field tickets for ones valid for any future regular season home games. Rainouts and delays can also be called in the middle of a game, and the same ticket policy applies.
How is Louisville Slugger Field seating arranged?
The grandstands are centered around home plate, with the bleachers extending down the right and left field lines. A few rows of bleachers are behind left and right fields as well. Behind the outfield is lawn seating along with the Overlook and Patio decks. Luxury suites are located around the prime viewing spots near home plate.
Is the stadium family-friendly?
Children are welcome at all Louisville Slugger Field games. Anyone age 2 or younger does not need a ticket to enter. Tickets for children aged 3 through 12 are $1 less than regular admission tickets. Some children may enjoy a visit to the carousel, which is next to the right field bleachers. Each ride on the carousel costs $1.
Is there an on-site restaurant?
Against the Grain Smokehouse Brewery and Restaurant can be found just outside the main concourse. The restaurant sells dozens of different beers, snacks, sides, sandwiches and desserts. It can be a nice place to visit before an evening game starts or at any time during a break in the action during Louisville Slugger Field events.Back to Top
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