Kids Cheer Free allows fans ages nine and younger to attend games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards free of charge. For each regularly-priced individual game Upper Deck ticket purchased, adults can add up to two additional free Upper Deck tickets valid for use only by children age nine and under (subject to availability).
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What better way to celebrate Baltimore's families as they welcome newborns into their homes than with Baby Birds! Baby Birds is a unique way to celebrate the moment a family grows by welcoming them to their favorite hometown team!
The official kids' club for fans 14 and under. 2019 memberships were just $25 and included a backpack, cap, lanyard, club card, and Orioles ear buds. Each package received a ticket to six pre-selected Sunday home games. Plus, all guests could get a seat for as low as $8 per person.
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At every Sunday home game during the regular season, all kids ages 4-14 can run the Oriole Park bases after the game.
Calling all students! Every Friday at the Yard during the regular season, students of any age with a valid school I.D. can purchase Left Field Upper Reserve seats for just $10 at the Oriole Park Box Office.
Following select Friday night home games, the Orioles hosted a postgame, on-field musical performance followed by a spectacular fireworks display.
Kids' Corner located near Gate C, features entertainment and concessions for younger fans. Popular activities include "The Bird House," a new interactive treehouse activity center and jungle gym, as well as a moon bounce, skee-ball, Orioles throwing inflatable, and larger-than-life Oriole Bird bobbleheads. Concessions options were expanded to include Kids' Corner exclusives such as snowballs, corn dogs, and chicken nuggets. Ballpark favorites including fresh-popped popcorn, hot dogs, french fries, ice cream, cotton candy, and assorted beverages (including beer, wine, and mixed drinks for adults) are also available. Plenty of additional seating and televisions have also been added.
On April 6, 1979, The Oriole Bird hatched out of a giant egg at Memorial Stadium and became the official mascot of the Baltimore Orioles. Since then, this featherweight has entertained millions of baseball fans at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and has made thousands of special appearances throughout the Baltimore area and the United States.