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Sounds Unveil 2011 Schedule

 

Season Opener Slated For April 7th At Greer Stadium

Nashville SoundsNashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds announced their 2011 playing schedule today and will host 72 games at Greer Stadium during their 34th season of competition.

The Sounds open the Pacific Coast League season on Thursday, April 7th when returning manager Don Money leads the team to the field at Greer for a home contest against the New Orleans Zephyrs. The final regular season home games are scheduled for August 24th-28th, when the two-time defending division champion Memphis Redbirds visit Music City for a five-game series. Nashville concludes the campaign with an eight-game road trip.

The 2011 home schedule includes 12 homestands and 33 weekend dates (Friday-Sunday) during what is sure to be another summer at the ballpark filled with affordable family fun. The upcoming season includes games on Easter (April 24th), Memorial Day (May 30th), and Independence Day (July 4th).

Game times at Greer Stadium will remain the same as last season. Monday through Friday games will begin at 7:05pm, Saturday games will begin at 6:35pm, and Sundays will start at 2:05pm in April and May and at 6:35pm from June through August.

The Sounds will play four weekday day games in 2010: 12:05pm on Wednesday, April 13th, and three 11:05am.contests (Tuesday, April 26th; Wednesday, May 11th; and Tuesday, May 17th).

The Pacific Coast League continues its use of an unbalanced 144-game schedule format in 2011. The Sounds will play 16 games (eight home, eight away) against teams in their own conference. Nashville will host each of the four Pacific Conference Southern Division teams – Fresno, Las Vegas, Sacramento, and Tucson – in four-game series at Greer Stadium. The Sounds will travel to each of the four Pacific Northern clubs – Colorado Springs, Reno, Salt Lake, and Tacoma – for four-game sets.

The Sounds are proud to continue to be the best and most affordable sports and entertainment value in Music City.

Individual ticket prices remain the same as last season: $14.00 for reserved seats and $10.00 for general admission seats for gameday ticket purchases ($12.00/$8.00 when bought at least 24 hours in advance). Individual game tickets for the 2011 season will be available for purchase next spring.

Season ticket plans are currently available for $600.00 per seat, which breaks down to just $8.33 per game – a savings of $5.67 over day-of-game pricing.

Season ticket holders may also purchase premium season-long parking passes for $200.00 for a reserved section of the parking lot convenient to the main entrance.

As an additional, exclusive offering to our season ticket holders, general parking passes are also available for just $100 for the season or just $1.39 per game – a savings of $1.61 over day-of-game parking.

Season tickets, mini-plans, and group outing packages are currently on sale. Contact the Sounds box office at 615-690-HITS (4487) or visit the team’s website at www.nashvillesounds.com to order or for further details.

Individual game tickets will be available for purchase in March.

The 2011 season will be the Sounds’ 14th year in the Pacific Coast League and their sixth as the Milwaukee Brewers’ top affiliate. The 2011 promotional schedule and road game times will be released at a later date.


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