- Opening Day – Detroit’s Biggest Party presented by Rocket Mortgage– set for Friday, April 5 at Comerica Park vs. Oakland Athletics at 1:10 p.m.
- First 15,000 fans to enter Comerica Park on Saturdays will enjoy new and unique giveaway items
- Tigers to celebrate former manager Jim Leyland’s induction into National Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday, Aug. 3 vs. Kansas City Royals
- 1984 World Series championship team’s 40th anniversary to be celebrated on Saturday, Aug. 31 vs. Boston Red Sox, presented by Miller Lite & Bally Sports Detroit
- “Friday Night Party in the Park” presented by Casamigos returns, featuring postgame fireworks, live music, in game entertainment and pregame food and beverage specials on the Comerica Landing
- Fan-favorite traditions including Pink Out the Park presented by McLaren Healthcare, Negro Leagues Weekend presented by Comerica Bank and ¡Fiesta Tigres! presented by Miller Lite return to Comerica Park
DETROIT – Single-game tickets for the highly anticipated 2024 Detroit Tigers season will go on sale to the best fans in baseball this Wednesday, Feb. 14 at 10 a.m. at Tigers.com/tickets.
Opening Day – Detroit’s Biggest Party – is scheduled for Friday, April 5 at Comerica Park against the Oakland Athletics with first pitch set for 1:10 p.m. To ensure as many Tigers fans as possible have the opportunity to experience Opening Day, fans can purchase a maximum of eight tickets per person, while supplies last.
“Opening Day in Detroit is less than 60 days away, and we’re very excited about the return of Tigers baseball,” said Ryan Gustafson, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Ilitch Sports + Entertainment. “With a great home schedule and a tremendous lineup of special events and giveaways, there will be something for everyone. We look forward to seeing our fans on Opening Day, and unveiling our brand-new videoboard and additional enhanced fan experiences throughout Comerica Park.”
Detroit opens the regular season home slate against Oakland from April 5-7, and the Tigers will host the defending World Series champion Texas Rangers from April 15-18. The St. Louis Cardinals will visit Comerica Park to wrap up April and open May (April 29-May 1), while the Toronto Blue Jays will be in Detroit over Memorial Day weekend (May 23-26). The Tigers will host the Los Angeles Dodgers from July 12-14, and the New York Yankees will visit Comerica Park on Friday, Aug. 16 and Saturday, Aug. 17, before the Tigers and Yankees close out the series at the MLB Little League Classic in Williamsport, Pa., on Sunday, Aug. 18.
The Boston Red Sox will visit Comerica Park for a weekend series from Aug. 30-Sept. 1. The Tigers will close out the regular season with a six-game homestand against the Tampa Bay Rays (Sept. 24-26) and Chicago White Sox (Sept. 27-29).
Jim Leyland’s Induction to National Baseball Hall of Fame to be celebrated on Saturday, Aug. 3
The Tigers will celebrate the decorated career of former manager Jim Leyland on Saturday, Aug. 3 prior to the 6:10 p.m. game against the Kansas City Royals. After receiving the call last December, Leyland will be inducted into the 2024 class of the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 21 in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Leyland served as the Tigers’ skipper from 2006-13, leading Detroit to one of the greatest turnarounds in baseball history when it reached the World Series in his first season. The Tigers reached the postseason four times under Leyland’s tutelege, including three straight American League Central titles from 2011-13 and another World Series appearance in 2012. Leyland, a three-time Manager of the Year winner during his 22 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Florida Marlins, Colorado Rockies and Detroit, retired after the 2013 campaign with a career record of 1,769-1,728-2, including 700-597 with the Tigers.
Fan-Favorite Special Events and Saturday Fan Giveaway Items
Returning for 2024 – thanks to the commitment of Tigers corporate partners – the first 15,000 fans in attendance for every Saturday home game will receive special giveaway items as part of Giveaways on Saturdays. Every Friday will be a “Friday Night Party in the Park” presented by Casamigos, featuring fireworks, live music and entertainment and pregame food and beverage specials on the Comerica Landing. Chevy Sunday Kids Days are also back, where young fans can get player autographs on the concourse, run the bases after the game and enjoy free rides on the Ferris Wheel and Hi-Chew Carousel.
Long-standing, fan-favorite special events such as Polish American Night (Friday, May 24), Pink Out the Park presented by McLaren Healthcare (Saturday, June 8), the 22nd annual Negro Leagues Weekend presented by Comerica Bank (July 12-14), Kids Club Day presented by BCBSM (Saturday, Aug. 17) and the 19th annual ¡Fiesta Tigres! presented by Miller Lite (Saturday, Sept. 14) will once again return to Comerica Park.
The Tigers are excited to introduce several new giveaway items this season, including a Tigers hockey jersey presented by Comerica Bank on April 6, a Pink Out the Park jersey presented by Karmanos on June 8, an Aloha Shirt presented by Visit Central Florida on July 27, a “Tigres” soccer jersey presented by Miller Lite for fans 21 years of age and older on Sept. 14 and more.
Theme games and special ticket packages
Several theme games with special ticket packages that include an exclusive giveaway item are also planned, including the return of “University Nights” featuring colleges and universities throughout Michigan and the fan-favorite “Bark in the Park” nights.
Additional theme games will include Healthcare Appreciation (April 11 and 12), Military Appreciation Day (May 28), Homeplate (June 22), Educator Appreciation Day (June 24), Small Business Appreciation (June 25), Firefighter vs. Law Enforcement (July 10), Softball Day (July 28), Little League Day (Aug. 17), First Responders Night presented by BELFOR (Sept. 11) and much more. Fans interested in special ticket packages should visit Tigers.com/theme.
1984 World Series championship team’s 40th anniversary to be celebrated on Saturday, Aug. 31
The Tigers will welcome back the 1984 World Series championship team for its 40th anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 31, presented by Miller Lite & Bally Sports Detroit. The 1984 Tigers raced out to a 35-5 record and eventually recorded a franchise-record 104 wins before defeating the San Diego Padres in the World Series. That team was led by World Series MVP Alan Trammell, Lou Whitaker, Lance Parrish, Chet Lemon, Jack Morris, Willie Hernández and many more. Several players will be back in Detroit to join the celebration.
313 Value Games and Family Deals
All Tuesday home games at Comerica Park are “313 Value Games” presented by Pepsi, with $19 lower-level tickets available, in addition to $3 bottled water and fountain drinks, $1 chips and $3 hot dogs. The Meijer Sunday Family Value Deal starts at $79, including four upper-level tickets, four hot dogs and four fountain drinks. The lower-level ticket package starts at $99 for a family of four, including four fountain drinks and four hot dogs.
1901 Society Memberships Now Available
The Detroit Tigers 1901 Society is the club’s Season Ticket Membership Program. Designed with fans’ unique needs and interests in mind, the Tigers 1901 Society offers unprecedented inside access, unforgettable experiences, and exclusive benefits for our most loyal fans, on a year-round basis.
All members receive year-round invitations to exclusive events, including a merchandise and concessions discount, along with additional Opening Day tickets and access to a complimentary Ticket Exchange Program. Learn more about becoming a member by visiting tigers.com/1901.