The Blue Jays’ opening day is only two months away, which means it’s time to start getting pumped for spring and the ball games that come with it.
This year, the team and their giant venue are offering new ways to get involved with the athletic happenings, that go far beyond cheering from the stands.
Some of which include downward dogs in the middle of the outfield.
The new offering of specialty tickets for Jays games includes the option of “Yoga Night at the Ballpark.” Taking place April 11, this event includes access to a yoga session on the Rogers Centre field and a Blue Jays Yoga Mat to pair with your regular game experience.
Specialty Tickets mean giveaways and experiences only available with the purchase of a “specialty ticket add on,” an option that is new this year. To get into the action, you can just buy your game ticket as normal and select the “specialty ticket” option to go with it.
Other specialty ticket games include Hello Kitty Day, happening on May 2, Peanuts Day on September 5, and College & University Night, taking place September 18.
Even more dates and themes to be announced closer to the season.
Other ballpark events happening this season include Marvel Day at the Ballpark presented by Toys “R” Us on June 27, and a night to bring your FRIENDS along on July 17, for Sitcom Night.
All the exciting plans for the season ahead can be found here, on the Toronto Blue Jays website.
And — perhaps most importantly, next to on-field yoga — be sure to get your change ready, because Loonie Dogs Night will be returning with $1 hot dogs for every Tuesday home game in 2020.