03/15/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 03/15/2019 17:27
The nation's best-selling whiskey brand will help The District Detroit kick off the baseball season during the second annual Jack Daniel Season Opening Party at Little Caesars Arena.
Taking place before and after the Detroit Tigers season opener against the Kansas City Royals on Thursday, April 4 at Comerica Park, the celebration will feature a tent party, a live DJ, Jack Daniel's signature drink specials, lawn games and special appearances from Red Wings and Tigers alumni.
Mike's Pizza Bar, Sports & Social Detroit, the District Market and Kid Rock's Made in Detroit will also be open with food and beverage specials throughout the day.
The free event, anchored outside the Comerica Entrance at Little Caesars Arena, will start at 8 a.m. and will end after the end of the Tigers game and prior to the 7:30 p.m. Muse concert. All ages are welcome.
The Comerica Park gates open at 11 a.m. ahead of first pitch at 1:10 p.m. For Tigers season opener tickets, visit www.tigers.com or call 866-66-TIGER.
Guests are encouraged to download The District Detroit Mobile App presented by XFINITY. Available in the App Store and Google Play Store, the app allows fans to secure parking in advance at any of the Olympia Development-managed parking lots and even find the best route to parking lots and venues.
For the most up-to-date festival information, visit http://www.districtdetroit.com/newseason.
About The District Detroit
The District Detroit is a dynamic urban destination in the heart of Detroit. One that includes something for everyone-a dense neighborhood experience with a variety of developments alongside Detroit's premier sports and entertainment venues. Connecting downtown Detroit to growing nearby neighborhoods such as Midtown, Corktown and Brush Park, The District Detroit is having a dramatic economic impact on Detroit and is a driving catalyst of the city's remarkable resurgence. The District Detroit represents $1.4 billion in new investment to Detroit including the new Little Caesars Arena, Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University and Little Caesars world headquarters campus.