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The Nashville Sounds' involvement in the community is anything but minor league. The Sounds' dedication to the community is evident in all of their efforts with a specific focus on supporting the community that has supported us for more than 30 years.
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Not every city has a baseball team, even one in the Minor League. Nashville does, and you don't want to miss taking your kids to at least one game. The Nashville Sounds play home games at Greer Stadium from April through August. There's still plenty of time to catch a game.You can see the Sounds play on a weeknight or a weekend night, and the remaining games of the season start at 6:35 p.m. or 7:05 p.m. Going to a game probably means pushing bedtime back a little, but you can call it a special occasion. Tickets in reserved seating are $14 on game day and $12 in advance. General admission tickets are $10 on game day and $8 in advance. Children age two and younger are admitted free as long as they don't occupy seats. Bring cash for parking (usually $3) and money for snacks. To save money on admission or snacks, go on a night when there's a promotion. Mondays are dollar hot dog nights (hot dogs are regularly $3); Tuesdays are KRAFT Singles Tuesday Night Tickets nights, when you can buy one ticket and get one free with a KRAFT Singles package wrapper; Thursdays are Taco Bell Throwback Thursdays with $2 soft drinks, popcorn, hot dogs and nachos; and Sundays are Purity Sundae nights with $1 sundaes.There are so many fun and tasty treats at the concession stands and circulating around the stadium with the vendors that you're not likely to get settled into your seats before your kids are asking for something. It's all part of the experience. At the concession stand, there's a kids' combo that includes a hot dog, chips and drink for $5. In the stands, vendors carry drinks, snow cones, cotton candy and other goodies. Older children and those who are baseball fans may make it through the game, but young children may lose interest or get sleepy after only a few innings. That's another argument for buying general admission tickets or taking advantage of the KRAFT promotion. If you haven't spent very much, you'll mind less if you leave early. If you go as a family and somebody wants to stay but a young one is getting fidgety, split up and take the little one to the Sounds Fun Zone near the stadium entrance. There, kids have a blast bouncing and sliding on a giant inflatable for no additional cost.From hearing the "Star-Spangled Banner" to seeing players on the field to tasting a traditional ballpark treat, a family outing to a Nashville Sounds game at Greer Stadium is a Nashville event you don't want your kids to miss.