Akron RubberDucks fill half of Canal Park stands for May home games
AKRON, Ohio (WJW) – The Akron RubberDucks announced today that they have been given the green light to fill their stands to just under half capacity for the May home games.
Together with the Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan and the Summit County Department of Health, the Akron RubberDucks have created a safety plan that includes the sale of approximately 3,600 tickets for each home game at Canal Park in May. , or 47% of the total capacity of 7,630 places.
Since officials approved their plan, the team said previously unavailable tickets for May, including opening day May 4, are now available for purchase by calling the Akron box office. RubberDucks at (330) 253-5153 or by email.
The team says their seating plan uses a staggered seating method, which allows fans to be seated in groups of 2, 4, 6, or 8 people. Additionally, guests can choose to sit together as a group / family.
“We know things will be a little different here at the ballpark in the 2021 season, but we just can’t wait to welcome our fans to their home at Canal Park this summer,” said Jim Pfander, general manager of ‘Akron RubberDucks.
He said, “The safety of our fans will always be our top priority, and this reopening plan allows us to host RubberDucks matches in the most responsible manner while providing the approximate best experience to our fans who have waited so long. to return to Canal Park. . “
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