Beer Sales Highlight Fan Experience Upgrades at Lindsey Nelson Stadium

Credit: UT Athletics

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Beer sales at Lindsey Nelson Stadium highlight several fan experience enhancements in place for the 2020 Tennessee baseball season.

The Volunteers open the season with a three-game home series against Western Illinois this weekend. Tickets remain available at AllVols.com, and game times are set for 4:30 p.m. ET Friday, 2 p.m. ET  Saturday and noon ET on Sunday.

Earlier this academic year, Tennessee thoughtfully implemented beer sales at home football, soccer, volleyball and basketball events with positive results.

In keeping with established protocol at other UTAD venues, sales procedures will remain consistent at baseball games:

  • A maximum of two alcoholic beverages may be purchased per transaction, and fans are asked to be patient while waiting in line.
  • Per Southeastern Conference policy, each alcoholic beverage must be poured into a clear cup upon purchase.
  • Alcohol will not be allowed to leave the stadium. Personnel at the gates will ensure that all cups containing alcohol are poured out and empty as patrons exit the venue.
  • Regardless of age, everyone will be required to produce a valid photo ID each time alcohol is purchased. Accepted IDs include valid driver’s licenses (cannot be paper), military ID cards, passports, and government-issued photo ID cards.
  • Individuals consuming alcohol must be able to produce a valid photo ID at all times.
  • Individuals will be ejected from the venue and are subject to prosecution if they pass off alcohol to a minor, attempt to use a fake ID, or are intoxicated.

Beer sales will conclude each game at the middle of the seventh inning.

Points of sale for beer at Lindsey Nelson Stadium are located along the first-base line on the plaza, as well as in the members-only MVP Room premium area.

The MVP Room received a facelift in the offseason and now also features new countertops, graphics and televisions.

In an effort to keep fans safe from foul balls this season, the stadium’s safety netting now extends farther down the first- and third-base lines.

Fans visiting Lindsey Nelson Stadium for SEC series this season will notice new and improved food options offered by food trucks located along the third-base line. Additional beer options also will be available in that area during league games.

Groups interested in hosting gatherings in the outfield porch or third-base line patio areas now have the option of adding heaters to their reservation for games in February and March.
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