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Visitors Guide

Address

Avista Stadium (602 N. Havana St., Spokane, WA. 99202)

Bags

The following bags are not allowed at Avista Stadium:

i. Purses

ii. Backpacks

iii. Drawstring bags

iv. Fanny packs

v. Grocery store bags

vi. Tote bags

The following bags are allowed at Avista Stadium:

i. Clear bags that do not exceed 12” long x 12” high by 6” wide

ii. One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (ziplock or similar)

iii. Small wallets/clutches that do not exceed 5” x 8” x 2”

iv. Manufactured diaper bags

v. Medical bags

All approved bags, no matter what variety must be checked by Spokane Indians security upon entry. Depending on the contents, clear bags may be a visual check, while all other bags will be searched using a probing tool.

Other approved items to bring into Avista Stadium:

i. Blankets

ii. Seat Cushions

iii. Sealed plastic water bottles.

iv. Binoculars in manufactured cases or clear bags

v. Cameras in manufactured cases or clear bags, if they meet the following guidelines

  • Photos are for personal use only
  • Videotaping game action is prohibited
  • Camera lens should be 6” or less
  • Camera and equipment aren’t obstructing any views, or interrupting other fans’ enjoyment of the game.

Other prohibited items not to bring into Avista Stadium:

i. Outside food and beverage other than sealed plastic water bottles.

ii. Laser pens

iii. Cameras/recorders for video

iv. Firearms, knives, or weapons of any kind

v. Baseball bats of any size

vi. Skateboards, hoverboards, or other personal recreational vehicles, with the exception of ADA-required vehicles

vii. Animals, with the exception of service animals to aid guests with disabilities

viii. Air horns or other distracting noisemakers

ix. Any devices that may interfere with and/or distract any sports or event participant, other guest, audio or audo/visual telecast or recording of the game, or any technology-related service provided in the stadium.

x. Visibly obscene, indecent, or inappropriate clothing.

Alcohol Service

All guests must be 21 years or older to purchase an alcoholic beverage. Valid I.D. is required for all alcoholic purchases. If you have a vertical I.D. please visit the Information Booth before purchasing an alcoholic beverage. Guests can purchase up to two alcoholic drinks per transaction.

Animals

Please leave all animals at home with the exception of service dogs or Bark in the Park promotional nights.

Anthem Singers

If you would like to be considered to be an Anthem singer, please contact Gina Giesseman, (509) 343-6807.

ATM

There is an ATM located next to the Team Store and Information Booth.

Birthday and Anniversary Announcements

Fans can submit birthdays and anniversaries via text message at (509) 343-6886.

Children Tickets

If your child is small enough to fit on your lap for the duration of the game, their ticket is complimentary. For children who would like their own seat, $5 bench seats are available, courtesy of MultiCare.

Concessions

There are several concessions locations at Avista Stadium to fit differing taste buds. For a full list of concessions areas and items, please CLICK HERE.

Donation Requests

To request a donation from the Spokane Indians for your upcoming non-profit event, please fill out and submit our donation request form here. If you have any questions regarding donations, email don[email protected].

Employment Opportunities

If you or someone you know are interested in working for the Spokane Indians, please check here for openings. If you have any questions regarding employment opportunities, email [email protected].

First Aid

If you need any first aid help please ask any Spokane Indians staff for assistance.

Gates

Avista Stadium gates open one (1) hour prior to game time.

Gold Glove Membership

All ticket package holders receive a Gold Glove Membership and all exclusive benefits. CLICK HERE to see a list of the benefits!

Information Booth

The Information Booth is located outside the Spokane Indians Team Store. Visit the Information Booth if you have any questions about Avista Stadium.

Indians Bucks

These can be used anywhere inside Avista Stadium. They are sold for face value, one (1) for $1 at the Advanced Ticket Window.

Kid's Club

Kids are able to sign up for the Spokane Indians Kid's Club presented by Shriners Hospital for Children in the Kid's Zone, located in right field. The Kid's Club is free to join and includes exclusive benefits. CLICK HERE for more information.

Kid's Zone

The Kid's Zone presented by Shriners Hospital for Children is located in right field. This free area is available for kids 3-8 and includes fun games and bounce houses!

Length of Game

In the High-A West League (as well as in Minor League Baseball) teams play a 9-inning game (and extra innings if tied) without a time limit. The average game will last around 3 hours.

Lost and Found

The lost and found is located at the Information Booth during the game and at the Spokane Indians office during regular office hours.

Mascot Appearances

For mascot appearance requests, please email Gina Giesseman at [email protected] with event details.

Office Hours

The Spokane Indians office is open Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Gameday office hours are 10:00 AM until gates open.

Outside Food and Beverages

Sealed water bottles are allowed into Avista Stadium. Other outside food and beverage is not allowed.

Parking

Parking at Avista Stadium is FREE! We are located at the Spokane County Interstate Fairgrounds and have plenty of free parking available for our fans. Premier Parking is available for $5.00 per game.

Players

The Colorado Rockies handle all player personnel issues. They scout, draft, coach, and assign the players to Spokane.

Peanut Controlled Zone

The Spokane Indians are happy to offer a peanut-controlled area at Avista Stadium, which is located on the third-base side in Lower Box 201. For tickets in this controlled area, please call (509) 343-6886.

Promotional Giveaway Items

Giveaway items are handed out at the front gates at the time the gates open. The first 1,000 fans in attendance will receive (1) item per ticket, unless it's a 'kids-only' item. All Gold Glove Members will receive items to the games in their package.

Radio Broadcast

You can listen to the Indians on 103.5 The Game or find the latest updates on Facebook or Twitter.

Re-Entry

Fans are able to leave and re-enter the stadium, as long as you receive a re-entry stamp at the gates before exiting.

Restrooms

There are men's and women's restrooms located past the first base and third base tunnels on the outer concourse. If you need a family restroom, please see the Information Booth.

Sponsorships

If you are interested in becoming an Indians sponsor, please contact Sean Bozigian by email or phone at (509) 535-6801.

Smoking and Tobacco

We ask that all fans keep their smoking in the designated area on the right field side of the outer concourse. This includes all smoking devices.

Team Store

The Spokane Indians Team Store is located near the third base tunnel on the outer concourse. The Team Store has a variety of Spokane Indians gear. The store is open during regular office hours and throughout the duration of the game. CLICK HERE to shop online.

Tickets

Tickets are digital, and can be ordered at SpokaneIndians.com or by clicking here.

Will Call

Will Call tickets will be available at the Spokane Indians ticket office prior to the game and at the Will Call ticket windows in front of Avista Stadium starting (1) hour prior to gates opening.

Do you have a question that wasn't answered above? Call our office at (509) 535-2922.