Mallards Sell-Out New Seating Bowl for Opening Four-Game Homestand

PRESS RELEASE – The Madison Mallards announced today that every box seat in the entire grandstand at the new “Duck Pond,” has been sold out for the opening four-game homestand between Tuesday, June 7 and Friday, June 10. The Mallards also have sold out every box seat for the Thursday, August 5 game. Great Dane Duck Blind, TDS Triple Play Club and standing-room only tickets are still available for all of these games.  

This is the first time in the 11 year history of the franchise that the Mallards have sold out the grandstand more than seven days in advance. In 2010, the Mallards sold out the grandstand for 12 of 35 games. The team has already sold out this section for five games before single-game tickets go on sale this Saturday, May 7th

The only way to purchase a box seat for opening night is to purchase an all-you-can-eat 7-game pack. These packages offer tickets to seven of the Mallards best games, guaranteed giveaway items and all-you-can eat for an hour each night. To purchase an all-you-can-eat-and-drink 7-game pack you can log onto or call (608) 316. DUCK (3825).

The Mallards are in the process of a $1.8 million renovation that is result of a public-private partnership between the City of Madison Parks Department and the Mallards. The new “Duck Pond” will feature major league stadium seats from Camden Yards in Baltimorewith backrests, additional legroom and improved sightlines. The renovation will be completed by opening day on Tuesday, June 7th.

The Madison Mallards are members of the 16-team summer collegiate Northwoods League and will play a 70-game schedule in the new-and-improved “Duck Pond” beginning on Opening Day, June 7th against the Wisconsin Woodchucks at 7:05p.m.

Single-game tickets for the 2011 season will go on sale beginning Saturday, May 7. Fans can purchase tickets either online at or over the phone by calling the ticket office at 608.246.4277. Group tickets, including hospitality areas perfect for company outings are now on sale.

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