TinCaps video games now not require masks. Elevated capability plan now accessible

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Waynes NBC) – Now that the CDC says fully vaccinated people can safely gather outside and inside without a mask, Parkview Field is updating their safety protocols.

While there is no longer a need for masks in the TinCaps stadium outdoors, it is still a good idea to mask yourself.

The staff must wear masks.

Currently, Parkview Field is about 30 percent busy and plans to open it up to 40 percent on June 1st.

Depending on the COVID-19 situation, full capacity could be in Parkview Field by mid to late summer.

Here is an overview of the changes:

Parkview Field Mask Policy (effective immediately)

  • Parkview Field guests are required to wear masks. However, masks are no longer required in open spaces within Parkview Field.
  • Guests who have not yet been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to wear a mask in an interior area of ​​Parkview Field, including the TinCaps Front Office, Suite Level Lounge, Orchard Team Store, and restrooms.
  • Parkview Field staff and staff will continue to wear masks during the events.

Seating capacity at Parkview Field

Valid from June 1, 2021

  • The total capacity of the ballpark will be increased to approximately 40% (currently 30%).
  • Parkview Field’s Legacy, Club, and All-Star seating areas will only remain available in socially distant seat pods.
  • Parkview Field’s three (3) reserved seating areas will be increased to 100% capacity as of this date for TinCaps games.
  • Parkview Field’s Field Box area will be increased to 100% capacity as of this date.
  • Parkview Field’s suites will be increased to 100% capacity as of this date.

Valid from June 29, 2021

  • The total capacity of the Parkview Field seats will increase to approximately 60-70%.
  • Parkview Field’s Legacy, Club, and All-Star seating areas increase capacity to close to 100%.
  • Parkview Field’s capacity is expected to gradually increase as the TinCaps season runs through September.

“Increasing capacity is not as easy as flipping a switch,” said Mike Nutter, president of the TinCaps team. “We are applying the same amount and care to increasing the number of guests we can greet at the stadium as we did when we originally made our plan for the start of the season. We look forward to welcoming more fans soon, but we want to do so in a way that will enable us to bring them the great family entertainment experience that awaited them at Parkview Field. “

After the team has been on the road for a week, the TinCaps are returning to Parkview Field tonight for a six-game series through Sunday against the Lansing Lugnuts (daughter of Oakland A).

Limited tickets are available. For information on tickets and timetables, visit TinCaps.com.

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