Baseball is, at heart, a kids’ game. And nowhere is that more true than at Camden Yards.
The Orioles announced today that their “Kids Cheer Free” program will be in force again this year, allowing every adult with a regularly priced ticket for a seat in the upper deck to bring one or two children age 9 or younger into the ballpark at no extra charge.
“Kids Cheer Free” tickets for the entire season can now be reserved online at orioles.com/kidsfree, and at the Oriole Park box office, subject to availability.
Throughout the season, kids and families can enjoy the Kids’ Corner, which offers entertainment for younger fans and a lounge area for parents. Kids will also get a bang out of the Fireworks & Music series, with performances following every Friday home game in June, July and August. And this year youngsters ages 4-14 can again run the Oriole Park basepaths, just like their favorite players, after every Sunday home game this season as part of “Kids Run the Bases,” presented by Weis Markets.
“The Orioles are committed to welcoming families from all walks of life to experience our national pastime at Oriole Park,” said Orioles executive vice president John Angelos. “Our goal is to make baseball as accessible as possible for families and children. As our organization continues to cast a broad community outreach, we will continue to create and strengthen family-friendly programs, initiatives and experiences.”
For more information on family-friendly programs at Oriole Park, visit orioles.com/kids.