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8/28 -Dog Day at the Ballpark

Dog Day at the Ballpark

 

 

 

 

Bisons Dog Day
Bisons 'Dog Days'


What can be better than spending an afternoon at the ballgame with your best friend?!

A favorite for two-legged and four-legged fans of all ages, the Bisons will hold TWO MORE Dog Days at the Ballpark in 2017. The first is a NEW DATE, Sunday, May 21 (1:05 p.m.), presented by Camp Bow Wow, Tonawanda location. The second will be held on Monday, August 28 (7:05 p.m.), presented by Buffalo Barks.

Has your canine companion been a good boy or a good girl these days? Reward them with a trip to the ballpark. Dog Day includes a pre-game Doggie Parade around the warning track of Coca-Cola Field. During the game, you can sit.......SIT!.....with your best friend in the centerfield berm area or in Section 128 down the right field line. There will be Cooling Station for your buddy to get a quick drink and plenty of other puppy pals to be made throughout the game.
Camp Bow Wow

Please note: ALL FANS with dogs must enter Coca-Cola Field through the Centerfield Gate. No dogs will be allowed through the main gates of the ballpark.

The Centerfield Gate will open one hour before game time with the pre-game Doggie Parrade beginning roughly at 12:30 p.m. (May 21) and 6:30 p.m. (August 28).

 

 

 


Dog Day Tickets


Bisons Dog DayThe best part of Dog Day at the Ballpark? If you have a wet nose and a wagging tail, you get in ABSOLUTELY FREE! You don't even have to beg, fetch or any of those other tricks you usually have to do for a treat!

Sorry, humans...you have to pay.

Tickets for Dog Day are as low as $12.50, but you can save $2.00 when you purchase in advance of game day. Your puppy gets in free with any ticket purchase made.

PLEASE NOTE: When ordering tickets, please select 'LF General Admission' from the ticket-buying page to order ticekts for the special dog area of the ballpark.

 

Tickets: May 21
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Tickets: Aug. 28
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Dog Day Parade