CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Baseball is back in uptown!
The Charlotte Knights are back in action in 2021, the team’s first season at Truist Field since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Capacity limits have been lifted and tickets are on sale for the entire season.
Here’s what you need to know before you go:
Ticket prices range from $10-$57 depending on location.
Children age 2 and younger are admitted free; however, children without a ticket are required to sit in their parent’s or guardian’s lap and cannot occupy an additional seat.
To reduce contact, all tickets will be mobile (no paper tickets will be issued). When you purchase your tickets online, be sure to follow the directions to load your tickets to your phone or print them at home.
Click here to check ticket availability or to purchase tickets.
(Updated Aug. 16) Face masks or coverings are required for all fans and employees in the indoor spaces of Truist Field unless you are eating or drinking. Private suite holders will not be required to wear face masks while in their suites.
Extra sanitizing stations have been added throughout the ballpark.
There are many parking lots and parking decks around uptown that offer evening parking rates (usually after 5 p.m.). Many are within a short walking distance of Truist Field.
Food and drinks
Truist Field is a cashless ballpark. Cash is only accepted in the Knights Team Store to purchase a Knights gift card, which can then be used to purchase concessions and merchandise.
Wine Wednesdays - $7.50 Cupcake Vineyards cans
Thirsty Thursdays - $3 domestic beers, $5 craft beers, $1 sodas
Friday night fireworks – fireworks follow the game on Fridays
Sunday kids run the bases – kids can run the bases after the games on Sundays
Home game schedule:
Sept. 14-19 vs. Durham
Sept. 22-26 vs. Norfolk
For more information, go to charlotteknights.com.
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