The Duck Blind Club, for the first time will have four, six, and eight person picnic tables that are available on a per table basis. The structure of the three-tier deck is complete and will have 236 seats and hold parties of up to 300 people. The new Duck Blind Club will be double the size of the old Duck Blind Club and will add 30 percent more square footage to the Duck Blind as a whole. The capacity of the Duck Blind will remain the same, meaning there will be more space and better sight lines for everyone in the Duck Blind. Over 100 seats will be added to the general admission area as well.
The new location in right field features better sight lines of the game as it is built on top of the new 13 foot high outfield wall. The wall has also been moved back by several feet, making the dimensions of the playing surface larger. The new club will be a great choice for businesses looking to entertain clients or host employee functions and is ideal for friends, family and coworkers to mingle and take in a night of baseball.
Fans can expect the same great value of last year’s Great Dane Duck Blind Club to carry over into the new edition. Every fan that sits in the club will enjoy unlimited ballpark food that includes hot dogs, burgers, brats, pulled pork and chicken sandwiches, chips, potato salad, french fries and coleslaw. In addition fans will also have access to unlimited soda, water and beer. Burgers, brats, hot dogs, beer and soda will all be available in the actual Club. The other food items will be available at the main Duck Blind concession stand.
Pricing for seating ranges from $150 for a high top table of four Sunday-Wednesday up to $350 for a picnic table of eight Thursday-Saturday.
The 2012 season is upon us! Single-game tickets are on-sale for all Mallards home games!
The Mallards will host their season opener against the Battle Creek Bombers on May 30th at 7:05 pm at the “Duck Pond.” 7-Game Packs, season, and group tickets are on sale now!
The Madison Mallards are part of the 16-team Northwoods League. The Northwoods League has more teams, plays more games, and draws more fans than any other Summer Collegiate Baseball League in North America.