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Roger Dean Stadium's Fun Fest

The annual Fun Fest at Roger Dean Stadium is this Saturday and it will be your first chance to buy spring training tickets.

News release via Dan.




JUPITER, FL (January 11, 2010) – Baseball is back, and your first chance to join the excitement is at Roger Dean Stadium’s Fun Fest this Saturday!


Individual game Spring Training tickets for the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals will go on sale for the first time at 10 a.m. Fans of all ages can celebrate the start of the season with catch in the outfield, running the bases, inflatables for the kids, and enjoying great savings at the team store blowout sale!  Come out and PLAY with our mascots, Hamilton R. Head and Robbie the Red Bird!


There will even be a Job Fair for anyone who wants to join the team at Roger Dean Stadium for what promises to be the best season yet!


Fun Fest is a FREE event that kicks off at 10 a.m., Saturday, January 16 and runs until 2 p.m., and 1,000 fans will receive a FREE hot dog and soda!  So come early and come ready to PLAY!


To get tickets before they go on sale to the public, ask about our group packages, mini plans, 6+ order forms, and season tickets.  To order any of these Spring Training opportunities in advance: Call 561-775-1818 or log on to TODAY!


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About Jupiter Stadium, LLC: Opened in 1998, this $28 million complex/stadium is specially designed to house two Major League and two Minor League Baseball Teams. The stadium is home to the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals for Spring Training. The Florida State League’s Jupiter Hammerheads (Single-A Affiliate of the Florida Marlins) and Palm Beach Cardinals (Single-A Affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals) make their home at Roger Dean Stadium from April through Labor Day. This year round facility can accommodate the smallest birthday party to the largest corporate outing, while never forgetting that each and every fan is our most important product.



A couple of FishStripers took in this event last year, or maybe it was the year before, whatever.  But they reported back it was a grand ol' time.  The key is to get there early if you are hoping to eat a hot dog.  It seems the Saint Louis fans fast for a month before the Fun Fest and try to eat everything in sight.  Or so I have heard.