Spokane Indians season kicks off May 4, tickets on sale Tuesday

Spokane Indians fans enter Avista Stadium before a game during the 2018 season.
Spokane Indians fans enter Avista Stadium before a game during the 2018 season.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Baseball is back! Spokane Indians tickets go on sale online Tuesday morning.

It’s been roughly a year and a half since we last saw the Indians play at Avista Stadium, and for the first time since September 2019, tickets are going on sale for all the team’s games in May.

Spokane Indians says tickets are limited and can only be purchased online. All tickets are digital and will get you into the stands in socially-distanced seating pods.

The Indians’ first hit the field May 4 as a Colorado Rockies affiliate and as a new member of the High-A West League. They will open the season against the Eugene Emeralds in a six-game series—the first time Spokane has hosted long-season baseball since 1982.

If you score a ticket, Spokane Indians say fans age two and older need to mask up even while seated unless eating or drinking. Fans are also asked to leave bags and outside food at home, and water bottle filling and refilling will not be allowed, for safety reasons.

For more information on Avista Stadium safety guidelines, click here.

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