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New lineup of concessions on tap for Toyota Field this season.

MADISON – With the home opener a little more than a week away, the Rocket City Trash Pandas have unveiled some new ingredients to their lineup at Toyota Field.

The additions include new drink stations, food items and ballpark features ready to greet fans April 9.

And, to help fans dress for the occasion, the Junkyard, the Trash Pandas team store, is rolling out new clothing lines today.

The Trash Pandas have a new concession stand called the “Sweet Space”. The Sweet Space is a new frozen yogurt stand on the first base side of the concourse. Sweet Space will offer flavors including chocolate, vanilla, cookies & cream, and strawberry cheesecake blast.

A “Nuts for You” stand will open for the first time behind Section 3 on the Bill Penney Concourse and will highlight cinnamon roasted almonds, cashews, pecans and more.

Located behind home plate will be the Nearest Bar spotlighting Uncle Nearest bourbon and other nightly cocktails, local crafts and wine. Breweries such as Yellowhammer Brewery, Straight to Ale and Innerspace have partnered with the Trash Pandas to offer unique ballpark brews.

A hot spot down the third base line is the Tiki Hut. Along with tropical beverages such as panda coladas, daiquiris, a giant fishbowl and more, the Tiki Hut will also offer lounge furniture and a cozy setting to enjoy the game.

Two new draft beer stations will be on the first and third base side of the Bill Penney Concourse, each including 8 exclusive drafts. Fans 21 and over can purchase loadable cups that can be filled throughout the game for added convenience and faster pouring times.

The Toyota Outfield experience will introduce an Inflatable Kids Zone. Inflatables include a Bounce House, Obstacle Course, Ski Ball Shoot Out and a ‘Lil Home Run Batting Station. Unlimited access to Kids Zone Inflatables will be $10 per person and $8 for Trash Pandas Kids Club members, nightly.

A new digital experience will include QR codes on each cupholder which will provide ballpark information, access of the game day program, concession menus, specialty theme night details and more. A new Bill Penney digital Fan Zone wall located by The Junkyard Team Store will allow fans to view starting lineups, Southern League leaders and up to date team information.

Don’t miss the new photo opportunity, located on the concourse behind section 4!  A hand-crafted 3-D mural, designed by local artist Ivan Garcia will be the place to meet and greet Sprocket during each home game.

Dog Days will return in 2024. Sections 1 and 2 are now available for seating with your four-legged friend. Reserved seats for dog owners are $16. The Berm still offers an $8 ticket option. Dog tickets remain just $1.  Dog Days are 22, June 5, June 19, July 24, Aug. 7, Aug. 28, and Sept. 4.

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