INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis is going bananas. The Savannah Bananas, who announced their 2023
Banana Ball World Tour in early October, today announced an added date as they barnstorm through the
Circle City. The Bananas will now play the Party Animals at Victory Field – home of the Indianapolis
Indians – on Thursday, June 29 and the previously announced date of Friday, June 30.
Tickets are $25 and will be sold exclusively by the Bananas. Children age 3 and under get in free as long
as they do not occupy a seat. Indians fans who are existing or
become full season, half season or mini
for the 2023 season will have access to a presale before tickets go on sale to the general
public. Concessions will be available for purchase and are not included in the price of the ticket. Game
times will be released at a later date.
“Due to the immense demand for tickets, we are thrilled to add June 29 to the calendar as the Savannah
Bananas swing through Indianapolis on their 2023 Banana Ball World Tour,” said Randy Lewandowski,
Indianapolis Indians president & general manager. “With an already loaded Banana Ball World Tour that
includes 32 cities across the country, Indianapolis is among the few cities that will host the Bananas for
The Bananas will play their rivals, the Party Animals, within
the rules of Banana Ball
. They have attracted
thousands of fans at their home ballpark of Grayson Stadium in Savannah, Ga., and their entertainment is
just as popular when they hit the road.
“It’s no surprise that Central Indiana is excited to welcome the Savannah Bananas to Downtown
Indianapolis next summer,” said Taylor Schaffer, president/CEO of Downtown Indy, Inc. “Victory Field
always provides a one-of-a-kind experience for families to enjoy – when you combine their award-winning
venue with the always entertaining Savannah Bananas, the demand-driver that exists spells success for
Downtown. We’re thrilled to be adding this event to an already jam-packed 2023 schedule for the Mile
Square and beyond.”
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