Single-game Disco Turkeys tickets go on sale
The Disco Turkeys are excited to make single-game tickets available today for their inaugural season with all home games to be played at Truist Stadium in downtown Winston-Salem.
All single-game tickets are $7 per ticket plus standard ticketing fees. Purchasing tickets in advance is encouraged.
Fans may sit in stadium seats right behind home plate, down the first or third base lines, or other general admission areas in the lower bowl. Seating is first come, first serve.
The Disco Turkeys play a weekend-heavy 16-date home slate this season on dates the Dash are out of town. They open on the road on May 29 and play their first home game on Friday, June 4, hosting the Martinsville Ponies with an 8 p.m. start. The home schedule for the new club also features a homestand over the Fourth of July weekend. A Fourth of July day game is among the tickets that have gone on sale today. After the opening weekend, the majority of game starts are at 5:30 p.m. making the team's games an ideal outing for families with young children, people who work and live downtown, and people looking for something exciting to do at the beginning of a night out.
In addition to single-game tickets, the Disco Turkeys will continue to offer season tickets for a limited time for sale online at the team’s Fowl Territory Team Store for $79.
The independent collegiate wood bat franchise features top players at all levels of college baseball, including players from Wake Forest, UNC Greensboro, East Carolina and others. The inaugural roster is heavily composed of players with ties to the Triad area and talent-rich North Carolina. Concessions, including a disco turkey leg and beer, will be available at all home games.
"We’re excited to be able to allow our fans to reserve their spot at our first-ever home game on June 4, as well as other big dates this season, including July the Fourth," Disco Turkeys president and co-owner Greg Sullivan said. “Fans can expect engaging music, an energetic baseball atmosphere and to be able to really enjoy themselves at one of the country's best minor league ballparks.”
In addition to a 40-game regular season schedule against teams from North Carolina and Virginia, including six games against Coastal Plain League teams, the Disco Turkeys will conclude by representing North Carolina in August at the historic AAABA Tournament in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.