Baseball Season is Here, NWA!
Spring is synonymous with baseball, and fans in NWA are in for plenty of action and excitement with new seasons for the Arkansas Razorbacks and NWA Naturals. With cool extras like fan giveaways, fireworks shows and family entertainment, there’s something for everyone at the ballpark!
Season Opener March 21 & 22
The University of Arkansas Razorbacks are ready to return to the diamond at Baum Stadium for their 23rd season. The ‘Diamond Hogs’ will kick off SEC play against the University of Alabama Crimson Tide during a season-opener home stand on March 21 & 22.
Baseball fans love sunny afternoons at the ballpark, and Fayetteville’s Baum Stadium has all the bells and whistles. The high-def video score board keeps fans up to speed on replays, stats, updates and promotions. And regardless of where you’re seated — near the baseline or with a cold one in the Hog Pen — Baum Stadium has great sight lines.
The 2020 Razorback baseball season runs from Feb. 14 through June 13. For tickets and season information, click here.
Season Opener April 9
The Northwest Arkansas Naturals return to Arvest Ballpark in Springdale for their 2020 season opener on Thursday, April 9, with a three-game home stand against the Corpus Christi Hooks.
The Naturals, the Double-A Affiliate of the two-time World Series champion Kansas City Royals, will play more than 70 home games this season, which ends Sept. 7.
Fans, don’t miss promotions like Military Appreciation Sundays, the Silver Sluggers Club, Star Wars Night, Bullpen Parties, specials & giveaways, and Kids Eat Free Sundays!
Arvest Ballpark is the home of the Friday-night Fireworks Spectacular, the largest fireworks show in the region. Click here for a listing of promotions for upcoming Naturals games.
For NWA Naturals tickets and season information click here.
PLEASE NOTE: In light of recent events, to help contain the spread of COVID-19, many events in the area have been postponed, rescheduled or are on hold. We encourage readers to check directly with event organizers at links provided to determine current statuses before making plans. The Northwest Arkansas Tourism Association along with the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism are closely monitoring COVID-19 in Arkansas and are engaged with state health officials to ensure preparedness as the situation evolves. The health and safety of our residents and our visitors is, and will always be, our top priority. With this in mind, we encourage potential travelers to assess before traveling.
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