The Rocket City Trash Pandas opening home game of their 2022 season is coming up on April 12. The Trash Pandas will face off against the Birmingham Barons at 7:05 p.m.
Here's everything you need to know for the opening day!
Single-game tickets are available for purchase online on the Trash Pandas' website or in-person at Toyota Field.
Parking is available onsite for $6.75 through the Clutch App. To pre-pay and reserve your parking spot, download the Clutch App prior to gameday. Day-of parking is $10 per vehicle.
Fans are only allowed to bring one clear bag that is no larger than 12-inches by 6-inches by 12-inches or a one-gallon, clear freezer bag.
Fans may also bring a small clutch bag or purse that is no larger than 6.5-inches by 4.5-inches with or without a strap.
Bags necessary to carry medical supplies or devices are allowed, but all bags will be subject to inspection by Toyota Field security. Following their inspection, approved bags will be tagged with a sticker by security.
Additionally, parents or guardians who need to bring a diaper bag for an infant will be able to do so, subject to inspection. You must have an accompanying infant to bring a diaper bag.
Scroll down for a complete list of prohibited items.
Eating and Drinking:
Alcoholic beverages will be available at concession stands throughout the ballpark. Toyota Field encourages fans who choose to drink to drink responsibly and to be considerate of other fans.
All guests purchasing alcohol at Toyota Field must present a valid ID. According to Toyota Field, alcohol will not be sold to intoxicated guests.
Outside alcoholic beverages cannot be brought into the ballpark.
Alcohol sales will be halted at the end of the seventh inning.
Cameras and video cameras are allowed in Toyota Field as long as they don't obstruct the view of other fans. Camera stands, tripods, and camera bags are prohibited.
Toyota Field has provided the following full list of prohibited items at the ballpark.
UPDATED FOR 2022:
- Aluminum Cans
- Animals (except service animals)*
- Apparel that contains obscenities or profanities
- Beach balls or other inflated objects
- Camera bags
- Camera stands
- Firearms or other weapons
- Glass bottles
- Inappropriate clothing
- In-line skates
- Ice chests/coolers
- Laser pointers
- Lawn chairs
- Offensive, political, or non-event related banners or signs
- Outside food and drink including unopened bottles of water
- Portable heaters
- Pressurized air horns
- Projectiles that can cause injury or disruption of the game
- Stadium seats
- Squirt guns
- Sunflower seeds
- Tables (unless pre-approved by Trash Pandas)
- Unauthorized drones
- Wagons or carts
- Wrapped packages wherein the contents are not visible
Service dogs and service dogs in training for fans with disabilities are welcome at Toyota Field. All other animals are not allowed, except on Wednesday home games, in which dogs will be allowed in the ballpark in a designated "Dog Zone" area.
*Service animal as defined by Americans with Disabilities Act. A service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Toyota Field says the ballpark was designed for universal accessibility and comfort for all fans. There is wheelchair seating in sections 1, 2 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 22 and 26 on the club level. For more information, contact the ticket office at 256-325-3873.
Toyota Field accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover at ticket windows, concessions, parking and merchandise locations. Additionally, gift cards can be used and purchased with cash at the Junkyard Team Store.
The stadium will be entirely cashless. For more information, visit the Trash Pandas' website.
To be able to re-enter the ballpark, fans must receive a hand stamp when exiting Toyota Field. Re-entry is allowed at the Pepsi Gate, Bill Penney Toyota Plaza and the Trustmark Bank VIP entrance.
You must show your handstamp AND game ticket to re-enter the ballpark.
Lost and Found:
Lost items will be held for 30 days. Found items can be brought to guest services or call 256-325-1403 to attempt locate missing items.