Peoria Stadium Seating Chart
This is an open-air stadium, subject to March's weather variations. In March, it might be sunny and hot, or it might be rainy and windy. Let's hope for sunny and warm. Take a look at some pictures of the stadium where you can see sunny vs. shady areas, and learn about the Peoria Stadium tips before you buy your tickets.
Tickets and Seating
Use this stadium seating chart to determine where your seats will be at Peoria Stadium. Berm tickets (outfield grass) are very reasonably priced. Bring low lawn chairs or a blanket. On a nice day, people with berm tickets often get there an hour before game time to grab a good spot, have a snack and enjoy the sunshine.
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There are 10 Cactus League stadiums in the Phoenix area where the 15 MLB teams play Spring Training Baseball. You can also see the other Spring Training ballpark seating charts.
Arizona Fall League baseball games are also played at Peoria Stadium each October and November. In the summer, Arizona Rookie League Baseball, where you might see future Hall of Famers, play games here as well. Rookie League games are free to attend.