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Marlins super saturday questions!


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Hey guys,

 

I'm in town from college and planned on taking a couple of my cousins to the game tonight. My cousins are big rap fans and really like Nelly and Kevin Rudolf. In the past I remember a booth where you can get free passes to get on the field for the concert.

 

Does anybody know where to get these passes and how early you need to get to the stadium to get some?

 

Thank you.

Thomas

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Do you think there will be a lot of fans there tonight? Or is it one of those nights where you can go to the stadium buy fish tanks seats and sit in the infield box?

 

 

I say OVER 20k tonight, sure its the Nats, but Willy Chirino is a pretty big draw...

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Do you think they will continue with the Super Saturday entertainment in the new ballpark? Considering the purpose currently is to bring in more fans, do you think they will feel the new stadium should be the draw in itself, enough to sell out or close to, for the majority of home Saturday games?

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Do you think they will continue with the Super Saturday entertainment in the new ballpark? Considering the purpose currently is to bring in more fans, do you think they will feel the new stadium should be the draw in itself, enough to sell out or close to, for the majority of home Saturday games?

 

 

I dont know why they wouldn't... seems to me that with a venue of their own they'd only want to make it continue to appeal to the concert goers.

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Do you think they will continue with the Super Saturday entertainment in the new ballpark? Considering the purpose currently is to bring in more fans, do you think they will feel the new stadium should be the draw in itself, enough to sell out or close to, for the majority of home Saturday games?

 

 

I dont know why they wouldn't... seems to me that with a venue of their own they'd only want to make it continue to appeal to the concert goers.

 

I wouldnt be shocked it they got rid of it the first season at the new ball park. When a team moves to a new stadium, they usually get huge attendance increases that first year. It all depends how many season tickets they sell.

 

If the team can get 38,000 without a concert and fireworks, then you can bet the marlins will certainly try and save every dollar they can.

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