Las Vegas Ballpark

Las Vegas, Nevada

Construction and Opening

The construction of the Las Vegas Ballpark lasted just over a year, costing $150 million. It was finished just in time for the Aviators to host opponents in the 2019 season. On April 6, 2019, the stadium hosted a high school baseball game between Centennial and Palo Verde High School to mark its opening. The official opening, however, was a professional minor league baseball match between the Aviators and the Sacramento River Cats, which took place on the 9th. It attracted a record attendance of 11,000 fans, and Las Vegas Aviators didn’t disappoint as they defeated their opponents 10-2 in what one can only describe as a fitting display for the hosts. 

The Ballpark’s Amenities

The Las Vegas Ballpark is more than just a baseball stadium; it contains 400 club-level seats, 22 suites, a center field pool, 350 party deck stars, several bars, and a kids’ zone. Its seats are made of breathable mesh, making it the first stadium in the entire history of sports to have such seats. The playing area of the stadium has a concourse that envelops it, and the field is laid out in such a manner that allows for easy viewing from the seats and entrances. 

The Ballpark has a video board that’s over 3.9k square feet, the largest of its kind in minor league baseball. This board is 31 feet high and 126 feet wide, and its display has a 13 HD pixel layout. The facings of both sides of the upper deck feature LED ribbon boards, which are used to display the score, inning, count, and advertisements. That’s not all. The Ballpark also has a rehab center, a weight room, and indoor batting cages. The bullpen for each baseball team is on the field’s right side. 

Hit a home run with your evening plans by securing tickets to a Las Vegas Aviators game at the Las Vegas Ballpark – experience the thrill of baseball in a state-of-the-art stadium.