Swing for the fences! Redsfest starts Friday

Posted at 12:06 PM, Dec 06, 2019

CINCINNATI — Redsfest, Cincinnati’s biggest baseball fan event (aside from Opening Day), returns to Duke Energy Convention Center Friday.

It’s a chance for Reds fans young and old to enjoy games, meet their favorite players and donate to the Reds Community Fund and its youth baseball programs.

Attendees can also shop Reds gear, play on indoor ball fields, play in a poker tournament and get a bite to eat before visiting the current and former Reds players on hand for autographs.

The fanfare gets underway at 3 p.m. Friday and at 11 a.m. Saturday. Get there early, since the first 10,000 fans each day will receive a Redsfest drawstring bag and an insulated bottle cooler.

Tickets for adults are $25 for a two-day pass and $17 for a one-day pass. Tickets for children 12 and younger are $12 for a two-day pass and $7 for a one-day pass. All paid one and two-day Redsfest ticket purchases include a code for a free ticket to the Reds vs. Cardinals game on March 29.

You can purchase Redsfest tickets online here, at the event or at Great American Ballpark. See an event map and find more info here.