Wednesday morning, Auburn Athletics announced changes to the fan experience at Plainsman Park for home baseball games. The Plainsman Patio returns on the first-base side, the Tiger Terrace will now provide alcohol and Auburn baseball announced a partnership with Tailgate Guys for the 2020 season.
The Tiger Terrace, located down the left-field line, will open alcohol sales to the public for the 2020 season. The area will be open to all fans with a ticket for the game.
Beer and wine will be sold in the Tiger Terrace but fans will not be permitted to leave the area with their alcohol. No food or beverage not purchase in area will be allowed in, either.
Seating in The Tiger Terrace is limited with picnic tables and high tops, so Auburn encourages fans to bring their own chairs for the terrace.
Alcohol sales will conclude at the top of the seventh inning during each game.
Previously, alcohol was available in Plainsman Park only to premium ticket holders.
Auburn’s partnership with Tailgate Guys will include two private cabanas available to rent during Auburn’s SEC schedule on the Plainsman Patio and opportunities to tailgate outside of the stadium. The information of tailgating will be released in the coming weeks by Tailgate Guys for SEC games exclusively.
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A kid zone will also be introduced on street level down the first base line. The area will include inflatables, games and wall-ball graphics. For select games Auburn will have cartoonists, balloon artists and face painters for the kids to enjoy.
Auburn baseball opens its season Friday at 5 p.m. CST against Illinois-Chicago at Plainsman Park. The Tigers have 23 straight home games in 33 days to start the season.
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