INDIANAPOLIS— Go Bananas, Indianapolis!
The Savannah Bananas, fresh off their summer breakout documentary series “Bananaland” on ESPN Plus, have announced their 2023 Banana Ball World Tour.
The tour now includes a stop at Victory Field for TWO days on June 29-30, 2023.
“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 multiple dates.”
The Bananas will take on their rivals, the Party Animals at Victory Field under the rules of Banana Ball.
“Victory Field is one of the most iconic minor league stadiums in the country,” said Jesse Cole, Savannah Bananas owner. “We are fired up to be bringing our Banana Ball Show to Indianapolis.”
“The Savannah Bananas provide a fun, captivating and family-friendly baseball experience for fans of all ages,” Randy Lewandowski, Indianapolis Indians president & general manager said. “We are excited to welcome the newest and zaniest version of baseball, Banana Ball, to Victory Field next June.”
Tickets start at $25, and children age 3 and under get in free as long as they do not occupy a seat. Concessions will be available for purchase and are not included in the price of the ticket. Game time and ticket information will be released at a later date.
Tickets – sold exclusively by the Savannah Bananas – are not yet on sale, but fans may sign up to receive presale alerts.
The Savannah Bananas are a circus-like baseball team who have sold out every game since 2016, totaling over 180 sell-outs.
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