The T-Mobile All-Star FanFest will be hosted from July 10th to July 14th at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, giving fans of all ages a way to enjoy the All-Star weekend festivities.
Attending the MLB All-Star Game and Home Run Derby is a right of passage for many diehard baseball fans. But for those who were not fortunate enough to score one of the high-priced tickets to these events, or are simply looking for a way that the whole family can be a part of Cincinnati’s All-Star weekend experience, look no further than the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest.
The event will be held at the Duke Energy Convention Center from July 10th to July 14th. The price of admission for adults is $35 each day, while tickets for seniors, college students, military and children 12 years and under cost $30. Admission is free for children under two years old. Fans may also purchase tickets at a discounted rate for groups of 25 or more, as well as family packs starting at $110.
The All-Star FanFest got underway Friday morning, and the event will be held from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM ET from Friday, July 10th through Monday July 13th. On Tuesday, the event will open at 9:00 AM once again, but will close at 6:00 PM.
Among the attractions offered at this weekend’s festivities include the Legends Program, which allows fan to meet MLB greats of the past and present, and a variety of other attractions, ranging from trading card and memorabilia booths to a made-for-fans Home Run Derby station.
Major League Baseball is also offering fans a great opportunity to not only save money on their price of admission, but to give back to a wonderful cause in the process. This special offer allows those considering attending the event to purchase tickets for only $20, $15 off the price at the door, with $5 from each purchase being donated to the Autism Speaks foundation.
Whether you are an avid baseball fan, a parent looking for a great family-friendly event or simply a member of the community looking to become a part of the All-Star weekend that has ascended upon Cincinnati, the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest is an event that features something that everyone can enjoy.
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