These seats have a “Wrigley-Style” feel, like the picture above. The team’s games can be heard on. One of the reasons behind the club’s move to Lexington County was the stated desire to draw consistent support from a more “small-town” group of fans. The TicketSupply Lexington County Blowfish Guarantee We provide a quick and easy way to purchase Lexington County Blowfish tickets. Fans of the Coastal Plain League and residents of the Midlands region of South Carolina are quite familiar with the Blowfish franchise. The ushers and club staff wear Blowfish jerseys and name tags, so if you have any questions, just look for those Blowfish jerseys and ask away. Lexington County Blowfish, Lexington, South Carolina. Restrooms are near the main gate, and offer ample facilities for fans. These seats are not located within the “bowl” atmosphere but still have a fantastic view behind home plate. Boiled peanuts (or “p-nuts,” as they are commonly noted in South Carolina) are sold for $3 (small) or $5 (large), and are a favorite of nearly everyone in the Palmetto State. Lexington County Baseball Stadium will join the new facility off Columbia’s Bull Street for the relocated Savannah Sand Gnats to form a formidable grouping of baseball options for fans in the Midlands. This has certainly paid early dividends, as fans are coming out in droves to check out the new digs. Keep in mind, again, that there is a $1 (per ticket) charge for online ticket purchases. LCBS has three styles of seating. Buy and sell Wilson vs Lexington County Lexington County Baseball Stadium tickets for June 5 at Lexington County Baseball Stadium in Lexington, South Carolina at StubHub! It features an expanded concourse, bowl seating around 1st and 3rd base, Wrigley Field Style Box seats, lawn seating in the outfield, and an … The team moved about a half hour west to Lexington, becoming the star attraction in a brand new ballpark built by Lexington County for baseball, festivals and other events. Food and drink are available pretty much everywhere along the main concourse, with the primary stand in the multi-purpose building behind the first base dugout. The team publishes their roster, schedule, updates and other news via the app. The Lexington County Baseball Stadium is a state-of-the-art facility that provides over 3,000 fans with a pleasant and intimate ballpark experience. One of the bigger attractions to moving the team to Lexington County is also one of the bigger drawbacks. © 2020 Lexington County Blowfish. The team first took the field in Columbia’s Capital City Stadium in 2006. Lexington County is no exception – assuming, of course, that you choose the right seats, or don’t mind standing. If you are registering at the auction we would recommend arriving at least an hour early to register as a bidder. The facility offers a wide concourse, but there are drawbacks to this setup. 1 of 1. The club aims to treat fans as welcome guests in their home, and succeeds in that endeavor. The stadium borrows — in its own words — much of its architectural style. The team offers a mobile app for Android and iPhone users. To get from the concessions or bathrooms to your third base grandstand seat, you will need to navigate the entire concourse, then take the stairs down to field level and walk through what will inevitably be a large group of playing kids to return to your seat. Cheering is hearty, but not over the top. Tickets are 100% guaranteed by FanProtect. Lexington County Baseball Stadium 474 Ball Park Rd.Lexington, SC 29072, Lexington County Baseball Stadium website, $MMT = window.$MMT || {}; $MMT.cmd = $MMT.cmd || [];$MMT.cmd.push(function(){ $MMT.display.slots.push(["ee898457-2a7c-47bb-8b81-bfe0f8d6114c"]); }), Joseph P Riley, Jr. Park – Charleston Riverdogs, Fans of the Coastal Plain League and residents of the Midlands region of South Carolina are quite familiar with the Blowfish franchise. Keep in mind, however, that these exits are anywhere between 10 and 20 minutes from the ballpark, depending on traffic and stop lights. Before the last out was recorded, though, the Blowfish had already sealed the deal on a new home. The food is of typical ballpark quality, but is very popular with those in attendance. For those familiar with Blowfish games at Capital City Stadium, the feel of a game in Lexington County is quite similar. Be mindful, however, that the restaurant will likely be closed at the end of most game nights, so fill up on carbs before heading to the yard. It will also feature Wrigley Field Style Box seats, lawn seating in the outfield and an air conditioned hospitality club. Our stadium recognizes the needs of persons with disabilities-  Accessible Seating locations are section 103, 105, 109 and 111 right on the stadium concourse. Reserved Grandstand Seating is located behind Premium Box Seating and in front of the press box. Plenty of covered seating is available, is handicap accessible, great concessions, and even a media arae. If you’re craving a cold beer, those are also available. Lexington County Baseball Stadium has been designed to provide easy access for guests with disabilities. The historic ballpark gradually reached the end of its usefulness, and amidst flooding problems on Assembly Street, land sales and multiple closing dates at “The Cap,” the team finally, The stadium borrows — in its own words — much of its architectural style. The entire Lexington County Blowfish event schedule is available at the TicketSupply website. Phone: 803-254-3474.....HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021....UPCOMING BLOWFISH EVENTS INCLUDE THE ANNUAL LEXINGTON COUNTY CHILI COOKOFF SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21ST FROM 12 NOON TILL 5PM AT THE ICEHOUSE AMPHITHEATER PAVILION IN DOWNTONW LEXINGTON PRESENTED BY THE LEXINGTON … Blowfish Stadium Lexington Track Share. Though revenue streams are at a premium for summer collegiate teams, the $3 price to park is less than optimal. Lexington County Baseball Stadium was built for just over $3 million dollars and has an intimate, warm and friendly feel. We also mentioned above the parks from which Lexington County Baseball Stadium draws its influences, and these are on display on the dimension signs in left, center and right (see the photo gallery for an example). We live in a mobile world, and one’s cell phone is rarely further than a few feet away. General Admission/Bleacher Seating/Lawn Seating. The Blowfish begin their 7th season in Lexington County (16th overall) on Wednesday, May 26th. The choices are broken into candy ($2 for typical candies), specialty items ($3-$6 for fries, hot dogs and sandwiches) and snacks ($2-$3 for pretzels, popcorn and nachos). But things will look different. Lexington, SC 29072. Entering their 15th season, the Blowfish are comprised of some of the best players from Division I, II, NAIA and NJCAA. From team mascot Blowie posing for photos on the concourse to “Sandstorm” blaring from the speakers late in the game, fans should find a lot of items that make them feel at home. Coca-Cola is the facility’s bottler. Lexington County Baseball Stadium is not the most convenient option for ballpark travelers, in terms of proximity to interstates. The Blowfish moved to Lexington at the end of the 2014 season and began playing at the new Lexington County Stadium in 2015. The Lexington County Blowfish are a summer collegiate baseball team in the Coastal Plain League. But the Main Street operation will close at the end of August, the team announced. The Blowfish Baseball Club have three areas of seating at the new Lexington County Baseball Stadium. Blowfish First Base Line, Photo Courtesy of the Lexington County Blowfish. For those familiar with Blowfish games at Capital City Stadium, the feel of a game in Lexington County is quite similar. Map | Pre-paid Parking. On July 1, the Lexington County Stadium opens its gates to fans to enjoy Blowfish baseball. Voted twice the Coastal Plain League’s Top Organization of the Year, the Blowfish are locally owned by Bill and Vicki Shanahan. 9.5K likes. The seats are also reserved bleachers, making them very tight, in terms of pitch and width. Concession lines can get a bit long, as many fans want items that can only be purchased at the main stand. The club opened the park with a string of consecutive sellouts. Lexington County Baseball Stadium is back within a somewhat remote mixed-use development away from South Carolina Interstate 20, so there are virtually zero options for grabbing a quick bite before or after a game within walking distance of the park. There are a number of additional options for your dining pleasure near the Lexington exits off I-20 (exit 55/SC Highway 6, exit 58/US 1 and exit 61/US 378). The Lexington County Blowfish hosted the Lake Murray Purple Martins a day after the county council OK’d the team hosting games at the Lexington County Baseball Stadium.