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How to get tickets to the NCAA's Lexington Regional at Kentucky Proud Park

Drew Franklinby:Drew Franklin05/27/24

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Postseason baseball is coming to Lexington, Kentucky, for the second year in a row. This upcoming Friday through Sunday, Kentucky Proud Park on UK’s campus will host its second NCAA Regional featuring your co-SEC regular-season champion Kentucky Wildcats and three teams to be named later today during the NCAA Selection Show. While we wait to learn Kentucky’s path to Omaha, here is what you need to know about obtaining tickets for the NCAA Lexington Regional, via UKBaseballTix.com.

All-Session Tickets

  • All-session tickets go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, May 28 at 9:00 a.m.
  • All-session reserved chairback seats are $100 each
  • All-session outfield bleach general admission seats are $75 each
  • All-session terrace/berm/standing room general admission seats are $75 each

Single-Session Tickets

  • Single-session tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday, May 30, at 9:00 a.m.
  • Single-session reserved chairback seats are $20 each
  • Single-session outfield bleach general admission seats are $15 each
  • Single-session terrace/berm/standing room general admission seats are $15 each

Student Tickets

  • Full-time students with a valid UK will be allowed entrance at the left-field gate; one person per ID for terrace/berm/standing room, while supplied last for UK games only
Photo by Dr. Michael Huang | Kentucky Sports Radio

Other Things To Know

  • UK Faculty/Staff IDs and K-Fund Sports Passes are not valid for the NCAA Regional
  • Ages 2 and Up must have a ticket for entry
  • General admission ticket-holders in the terrace/berm are encouraged to bring a tailgate chair or blanket as there are no physical seats
  • Each game is its own session, meaning the stadium will be cleared between games
  • Sections 102 and 110 will be held for participating team guests, per NCAA requirements
  • Additional seating was added behind left field to extend capacity for the postseason

Visit UKBaseballTix.com for more information.

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