You already know that every Tacoma Rainiers game is special, but like a South Sound sunset hitting Cheney Stadium on a warm Friday evening, each outing at R House is special in its own way. From $2 beers on Thirsty Thursday to a galaxy far, far away on Star Wars night, each Rainiers contest provides something different, and every game is built with you and your family in mind.
Rise and shine, Tacoma. It’s time to wake from your wintery slumber and check out R full slate of theme nights, ticket offers, and can’t-beat-anywhere-at-any-ballpark deals that make it easy for you and your family to enjoy your spring and summer with the Rainiers.
It’s always a race to secure your favorite seat on the biggest nights of the year, so we’re giving you a head start. Ready? Set. We just put tickets to 15 theme nights on sale. That’s right, it just happened. They’re available right now.
Want to sit beneath the stars in your seat and watch colorful explosions light up the night sky? We’ve got 12 extraordinary fireworks displays ready to go boom just for you. Can’t wait to flex your Coug and Husky pride just in time for the new school year? Great, we’re going to Color Cheney Crimson and Paint the Park Purple again in 2020.
You already know that we’re auctioning off a bunch of game-worn specialty jerseys that you can rock for the rest of time.
R full promotional schedule is out now, and you can buy tickets to your favorite once-a-year events. Get those tickets, mark your calendars, and proudly don your R hat. It’s time to come home, Tacoma.
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About the Tacoma Rainiers
The Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, will begin their 26th season, and the 61st season of professional baseball at historic Cheney Stadium, on Thursday, April 9. Tacoma has been a member of the Pacific Coast League since Cheney Stadium opened in 1960, and has been a Mariners affiliate since establishing the Rainiers moniker in 1995.
The most up-to-date news and notes about the Tacoma Rainiers and Cheney Stadium can be found at WeRTacoma.com, or by following the Rainiers on Twitter (@RainiersLand), Instagram (@tacomarainiers) and liking the team on Facebook.