Modeled after the famous rooftop seats surrounding Wrigley Field, the Treetop Rooftop area at Parkview Field should be some of the most unique seats in minor-league baseball.Modeled after the famous rooftop seats surrounding Wrigley Field, the Treetop Rooftop area at Parkview Field, the new home of the Fort Wayne TinCaps (Low Class A; Midwest League) should be some of the most unique seats in minor-league baseball.
While it was designed primarily for groups, the TinCaps are selling all-you-can-eat ducats for selected dates, including April 17-19. The TinCaps will also be having “Treetops Tuesdays,” opening it up for individual fans on Tuesday nights all season long.
“We had a lot of people calling, asking how they could get up on the rooftop for a game,” said TinCaps President Mike Nutter. “It became clear that there was a lot interest in this section, so we wanted to find a way to allow those fans, not coming with larger groups, to experience this unique area.”
Individual tickets for Treetops will be $32 each. The price includes a rooftop ticket, along with an all-you-can-eat menu. All food will be cooked fresh on Treetops own made-to-order grill.
Among the most distinctive seating locations at Parkview Field or anywhere in baseball, the Treetops rooftop area offers fans a unique view of the action on the field as well as of the crowd below. All food and beverage service is right on the rooftop and available to rooftop ticketholders only, so fans will never need to go far from their seats. Treetops packages will be limited to the first 200 fans per game on a first-come-first-served basis.
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