Midland will take over Wolff Stadium on April 1 as part of their Back To The minor's Tour
Ballpark Music and the San Antonio Missions are excited to announce that country music superstars Midland will be performing live at Wolff Stadium on April 1. Gates are scheduled to open at 6:30 p.m. with music beginning at 7:30 p.m.
- Per Texas Governor Greg Abbott's Executive Orderon July 2, face coverings are required for individuals age 10 and older in public areas. Guests will be required to wear masks at Wolff Stadium while entering, exiting and moving around the ballpark. Guests may remove masks when sitting in their ticketed seat/pod. Read more at https://bit.ly/3jRMXxw
Below are some additional frequently asked questions regarding the concert:
Is Wolff Stadium prepared to provide a clean and healthy environment for fans?
Fans will have the opportunity to enjoy live music at the ballpark in a safe and controlled environment. Wolff Stadium will operate at a limited capacity to ensure guests have the space they need to remain socially distant. Fans will have the option of enjoying the show either on the field or in the seating bowl. Read more athttps://bit.ly/3jRMXxw.
The field at Wolff Stadium will be divided into individual square pods measuring six feet by ten feet. Each pod will also have a six-foot safe and clear path surrounding all sides. The seating bowl has also been reconfigured to maintain social distancing between guests. Physical barriers are in place to enforce the restrictions on the field and in the seating bowl. Read more athttps://bit.ly/3jRMXxw
A detailed and comprehensive event safety plan can be found athttps://bit.ly/3jRMXxw
What ticket options are available for purchase?
Fans can purchase tickets to enjoy the concert from six-foot by ten-foot pods on the field, the seating bowl or suite level.
The pods will be broken down into sections and vary in price based on proximity to the stage in front of the center field shed. Pods will be broken out into VIP and Field Reserved sections. Pod tickets must be purchased for a minimum of four guests and a maximum of 6 guests.. Pod locations will be reserved by designated row and pod number.
Fans wishing to sit in the seating bowl can select a reserved ticket that varies in price based on proximity to the field. Seating bowl tickets must be purchased for a minimum of two guests.
Children under the age of two (2) do not require a ticket or count toward pod numbers so long as they accompany a ticketed adult.
For guests that would like to purchase ADA tickets or a suite, please contact the Wolff Stadium ticket office at 210-675-7275 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What can we bring to sit on the field?
Guests are encouraged to bring blankets or towels to enjoy the concert from the field. Lawn chairs, inflatable furniture and/or any other type of seating that is raised off the ground, has legs and/or a hard bottom (i.e. bleacher seats) are not permitted as it can impede the view of others and/or damage the field.
Is there a charge for parking?
Yes, Parking will be $20.00 if purchased in advance with your online tickets or $30.00 on the day of the concert.
How will entry into Wolff stadium work?
Fans may enter The Wolff through any of the following gates: 1st Base Gate or the 3rd Base Gate.
Fans with VIP or Field Reserved tickets will need to receive a wristband prior to entering the field. Those can be found from a designated San Antonio Missions representatives at every entry gate. Wristbands must be worn at all times to access sections on the field.
Will food and beverages be available for purchase?
Yes, Wolff Stadium will have food and beverage options for purchase, including alcohol. Please note, no outside food and beverages are permitted.
Will merchandise be available for purchase?
Midland merchandise will be available for purchase in the concourse of Wolff Stadium.
Acknowledgement of Potential Exposure:The club has taken enhanced health and safety measures - for you, other patrons, and staff. You must follow all posted instructions while visiting Dell Diamond. An inherent risk of exposure to naturally occurring diseases, including but not limited to the novel Coronavirus or COVID-19, (collectively, the “Naturally Occurring Diseases”) exists in any public place where people are present. Naturally occurring diseases are extremely contagious and can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By attending the premises, holder, on his/her own behalf and on behalf of minor(s), knowingly and voluntarily assume the risk of exposure to naturally occurring diseases and possible infection and is deemed to have given a full release of liability to the released parties to the fullest extent permitted by law.