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  • Head out to Kino for baseball, fireworks, and fun on July 4

    Jun 27, 2018 | Read More News
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    Join us at the Fourth of July Diamonds in the Sky Celebration where you can watch baseball and post-game fireworks from the comfort of your own seat with food and fun at your fingertips. The event starts at 5 p.m. at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, 2500 E. Ajo Way. 

    Here’s everything you’ll need to know ahead of time to make sure you and your family have a great Fourth of July. 
    • What kind of entertainment can we expect?
      • An All-Star baseball game featuring players of the Sun Belt College League
      • An activity area for kids equipped with jumping castle, obstacle course, face painting, bubble station, and other fun games and activities. 
      • Live music by the Rhythm Edition band.
      • A fireworks display after the ball game. 
    • Where do we buy tickets? 
      • Visit the Kino Administrative Offices, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday and the Kino Stadium Box Office at Kino Stadium Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5 – 8 p.m. Cash or credit accepted. Advance tickets include free parking.
      • Same-day tickets available July 4 at the Kino Stadium Box Office from 3 –7:30 p.m. Ticket sales subject to availability.
    • How much do tickets cost?
      • General admission tickets only $4.
      • Kids (5 and under) free.
    • How much will it cost to park?
      • FREE parking with advance ticket purchase. Visitors must show ticket to the parking attendant to receive waiver. 
      • Visitors who do not purchase tickets in advance must pay $5 for parking.
    • What can we bring into the Stadium?
      • Kino Sports Complex will enforce its Clear Bag Policy, which states that all items must be carried inside a clear bag that does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” or the size of a one-gallon Ziploc bag or similar. Visit the Kino Sports Complex website for more details about the policy and restricted items.
    • Will Kino have a security gate check?
      • There will be security checks at the gate, which may include pat downs. Please read the Clear Bag Policy to see what items you’re allowed to bring in. 
    • What time do gates open?
      • Gate “A” for general admission opens at 5 p.m. The parking lot opens at 3:30 p.m.
    • Are there assigned seats?
      • No, all seating is general admission. First-come, first-served. 
    • Will there be ADA accommodations?
      • Yes, the top rows of all seating areas are designated for disabled guests and their families. Disabled guests who require assistance or access to the suites should visit Guest Services.
    • Will Kino Stadium require wristbands for alcohol purchase and consumption?
      • Yes, guests who wish to purchase and consume alcohol during the event must wear a wristband. Guests can obtain their wristbands at several designated ID areas within the Stadium.
    • Is there a designated smoking area inside the Stadium?
      • There will be a designated smoking area near the sand pit by the Stadium Clubhouse building. 
    • Are pets allowed?
      • Pets are NOT allowed inside the Stadium. The only exception will be for service animals. Stadium staff may ask guests with service animals what “service” the animal assists them with. All service animals must be on a leash.
    • Who is the Sun Belt College League?
      • The League features eight teams, comprised of recently graduated high school players and already enrolled college players from Southern Arizona and other parts of the country. Participating teams include the Kings, Knights, Boom, Cochise Stars, Tucson Prospects, Tucson Champs, Team Tucson and Southern Arizona Prospects.
    For more event details, visit Kino's Facebook page or the Diamonds in the Sky Celebration webpage.