The Louisville Bats and Kentucky Humane Society are inviting fans to bring their dogs to Louisville Slugger Field on Tuesday, Sept. 7 for Dog Day at the Park (presented by Jefferson Animal Hospital).
Gates open at 5:30 p.m. for the event and the first pitch between the Bats and Indianapolis Indians (Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates) is set for 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are just $9 per person in advance of the game and $3 per dog. Proceeds from dog tickets will benefit the Kentucky Humane Society.
Only a limited number of dog tickets are available, so fans are encouraged to purchase tickets ahead of Tuesday’s game.
Fans bringing their dog must enter Louisville Slugger Field through either the Right Field Gate or Witherspoon St. Gate.
Dogs must be leashed at all times (retractable leashes are not permitted) and are allowed only in the outfield concourse areas, lawns, and Sections 105-106.
Please note, fans are required to sign a waiver confirming their dog is current on vaccinations before entering Louisville Slugger Field.
Waivers are available online HERE or in-person at the ballpark Tuesday night.
Tuesday is also Dollar Menu Night with hot dogs, chips, popcorn and soda available for just $1 each during the game.