Join Madonna University alumni, faculty, staff, and students their families and friends, at Comerica Park as they cheer on the Detroit Tigers against the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday, August 21 at 1:40 p.m. Ticket(s) purchased using the link below will automatically be seated in the Madonna University section inside the ballpark.
The ticket price will include a Madonna University reversible bucket hat with the athletics and University logos. Hats will be distributed by Madonna staff members at the Madonna University section the day of the game.
Children ages 4-14 will have the opportunity to run the bases following the conclusion of the game.
Cruzer, the Crusaders mascot, will be at the game for photo opportunities. A group photo of the entire Madonna University section, with hats on, will be taken at the top of the 3rd inning.
Please click on the register button below to purchase your ticket(s) and reserve your bucket hat(s). If you decide not to use the link below and purchase tickets at the Detroit Tigers website, we cannot guarantee you a bucket hat or that your seats will be in the Madonna section.
Madonna is raffling off 50 free tickets to alumni* (2 per household). The raffle
closed on Friday, July 29 at 5 p.m. Winners will be notified the first week of August
if you win, so that you still have time to purchase additional tickets in the Madonna
*Madonna employees are not eligible to win.
For questions or concerns, please contact Anne Merrill in the Alumni Office at 734-432-5741 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ballpark features various family oriented attractions such as a large food court, a baseball themed Ferris wheel and a tiger themed carousel. Comerica Park also features a variety of retail stores with team merchandise for all ages. Comerica Park’s concourse includes a “walking museum,” which consists of monuments and memorabilia on the Tigers team history. Six of the Tigers greatest players - Willie Horton, Ty Cobb, Charlie Gehringer, Hank Greenberg, Hal Newhouser and Al Kaline – and Ernie Harwell, the legendary announcer, are memorialized in sculpture in the concourse. A gigantic water fountain in center field provides “liquid fireworks” before and after the game and when the Tigers score.
Comerica Park seating provides a spectacular view of the surrounding downtown skyline and can hold approximately 40,000 fans. Unlike other ballparks, Comerica Park offers a seating area known as the “Tiger Den,” where the seats resemble the boxes at old time baseball games.
Comerica Park is a baseball lover’s dream. With its open air views and its massive center field (420 feet), the ballpark provides each fan an outstanding view of the playing field from any seat level. Every year millions of fans visit Comerica Park to see their favorite team play and hear the roar of the tiger when the Tigers score a run. For more information about the Detroit Tigers or Comerica Park, visit detroit.tigers.mlb.com.