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Back to School hours for Outfield Experience, DRI DUCK sales

Please note that on August 4 and through the remainder of 2009, the Outfield Experience gates (A and E) will open at the same time as other stadium gates.  All gates will now open 1.5 hours before the game from Sunday through Thursday and 2 hours before the game on Fridays and Saturdays.

DRI DUCK Fountain Seats will now go on sale when the gates open.  DRI DUCK Fountain Seats are $7 ($10 for the Boston series, September 21-23) and are available at Gate E (right field).  Fans may queue at Gate E any time prior to the game but no earlier than 7:00 a.m.   Should Fountain Seats remain available after 30 minutes of sales at Gate E, tickets will then be offered at all Kauffman Stadium ticket windows.

Outfield Experience – Unlimited Play Pass

Thumbnail image for Carousel 2.jpgHere’s a great deal…the Royals are now offering a $10 Unlimited Play Pass for the Outfield Experience!  That’s right, for $10 per person, you can ride the Carousel, putt a few rounds at Sluggerrr’s Golf Stop at The K, hit at the John Deere Little K and more!


On the day of the game, the passes are available at the Box Office, the Majestic Team Store and the Outfield Experience Ticket Booth.  For future games, please visit the Box Office or call the Royals Sales and Group Sales Department at 816-504-4040 or 1-800-6ROYALS.

John Mayberry autograph signing Friday

Caravan 2007_Big John Mayberry signing.jpgWe are pleased to introduce the All-Star Barbeque Autograph Series!  Royals Hall of Famer John Mayberry will be signing autographs on Friday, May 29 starting at 5:30 p.m. near the All-Star Barbeque in the Outfield Experience (right field, inside of Gate E).


The Royals host Chicago at 7:10 so come on out to “The K” and get an autograph from a Royals legend on Friday!

Carousel Preview


Carousel 1.JPGConstruction on Kauffman Stadium’s Outfield Experience is entering its final stages. Over the winter, we brought you photos of the carousel figures as they were being carved by hand. Now, the carousel is being installed! The frame of the carousel is in place and the figures will be installed soon.



Here’s a sneak peak…our final photo is a batting helmet at the new mini golf course – you can see the carousel frame in the background.

We’ll bring you more photos of the mini golf course in the next few days!

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