Charlotte Knights At Truist Field | PHOTOS

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Knights are back at Truist Field to play ball in front of fans for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

The baseball stadium in uptown Charlotte is operating at about 33 percent capacity (since its May 4th home opener), meaning around 3,500 fans are allowed in the stadium per game, according to Knights officials.

Knights officials say fans are invited back to the ballpark to enjoy watching the minor league baseball team play in-person for $10 to $20 a ticket, as long as they wear a mask and practice social distancing.

All tickets will be paperless as the stadium goes digital, and officials say the game programs will also not be printed out on paper and all the concessions will be cashless.

New vendors to Truist Field include Mac’s Speed Shop and Day & Night Cereal Bar.

Mac’s Speed Shop officials say they will be offering two new specialty items at the stadium including The Dragons Breath Burger, with pimento cheese and a habanero relish, and Homer’s Citrus Dog, an all-beef hot dog topped with beef brisket, orange soda coleslaw, green onions, and horseradish cream sauce.

Officials with Day & Night Cereal Bar say they have also partnered with the Charlotte Knights to be one of their lead concessions, and visitors can expect to see them located right at the front when they walk in.

Charlotte Knights officials say Wine Wednesday, Thirsty Thursday, Friday Night Fireworks, and Bark in the Ballpark are also making a comeback for the 2021 season.

In the next home game on May 12th, the Knights will take on the Norfolk Tides on Wine Wednesday ($7.50 Cupcake Vineyards cans).

Knights officials say this will be the last home game of the month, so get your tickets while you can.

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