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Barks & Brews to welcome dogs and owners at Toyota Field

MADISON – Madison Chamber of Commerce is presenting a new event, Barks & Brews, at Toyota Field that will please pets in the family, as well as their owners.

The premiere Barks & Brews Happy Hour will kick off the weekend in an enjoyable atmosphere as owners can bring their dogs to designated areas of Toyota Field. The event on July 31 will run from 5 to 8 p.m.

Before entering the ball park, owners must sign a waiver for their dogs.

Admission is free to the event at the stadium field. Concession food and drinks will be available for purchase.

In other activities at the stadium, an On-Field Movie Night on July 24 will offer a screening of “The Sandlot.” Main Street Cafe in Madison is presenting this event. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children 12 years old and younger. Pepsi Gates will open at 5:30 p.m.; showtime will be 7 p.m. Visitors can bring blankets or sheets on the field, but chairs are not allowed.

On July 22-26, the stadium will be active with live baseball games in a round-robin competition for travel teams of high-school aged players. All-day admission is $10 per person. Concessions will be open.

On Aug. 8, Toyota Field will have its first full concert, “Night of Hope,” featuring performances from Christian contemporary artists Crowder and Tauren Wells. Tickets start at $15.

As the new centerpiece of North Alabama, Toyota Field can host corporate functions, banquets, wedding receptions, fundraisers, social events and other gatherings. The Trash Pandas will feature a wide variety of events throughout 2020, including kids’ camps, happy hours, live music, fireworks and other options.

Toyota Field has versatile spaces from climate-controlled areas to various outdoor options. Their team of professionals is ready to provide visitors with exceptional service in creating unique experiences for Madison.

In accordance with mandates from Madison County and the State of Alabama, all visitors must wear masks/face coverings at all upcoming events for the Trash Pandas.

The address for Toyota Field is 500 Trash Panda Way in Town Madison. For more information, call 256-325-1403 or visit milb.com/rocket-city/ballpark/special-events.

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