AOA night at the ValleyCats

joe bruno stadium night game

At the Joe.

valleycats logoSummer is here, and this year we're leading off the season at the ballpark -- and we'd like you to come along.

On Wednesday, June 26, AOA will take in a Tri-City ValleyCats game from a luxury box at The Joe, and there's room for 30 people to join us.

Tickets include:
+ Admission to the game in the Diamond Club suite
+ Burgers
+ Hot Dogs
+ Chicken tenders
+ Kettle Corn
+ Curly Fries
+ Chips
+ A voucher for one beer with each adult admission
+ Soda and water

AND -- one member of the AOA group will be chosen to throw out a first pitch.

Tickets to AOA's Night at the ValleyCats are $20 per person. But if you purchase four or more at the same time, you can get a $5 discount per ticket. So get some friends together. The game starts at 7 pm.

The ValleyCats home opener is Monday, June 17. You can get single tickets to any of their gameshere.

The Tri-City Valley Cats advertise with AOA

photo courtesy of Tri-City ValleyCats


And AOA! ticket giveaway?! :P

Awesome idea!

Lose the Valley Cats game and you'll have a deal!

woah awesome. i gotta get on this

Gotta love the valleycats!

Sounds like a blast!

AoA... is this kid-friendly or prefer we get a sitter? :)

Its a baseball game!

Definitely kid friendly!

Thanks! A perfect post-Father's Day outing. Sending my husband with a few of his friends. Look for the tall-bald-loud dude. :)

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