Space Coast Stadium, Melbourne
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We loved going to see the Manatees play and went often. Now, the Manatee Team is gone forever and the team moved away, So sad. No more Manatees and no more Washington Nationals Baseball in Viera. A pa... read more »
My first visit to Space Coast Stadium and I found out that the team is moving to Kissimmee. Apparently the mascot will not live on which is sad because it's such a great logo and mascot. The ballpark ... read more »
This event every year is always a good time for everyone. The game was exciting and the fun and games between innings are fun to watch and we are sure the participants enjoy themselves. The fireworks ... read more »
We love going to the Manatees games here at Space Coast Stadium, sorry to see them leave. Very nice intimate ballpark with all the amenities. Parking lot needs to be updated, parts of it are dirt and really gets messy when it rains, other than that it's a wonderful venue.
Great place for family time. Tickets are inexpensive and it's a great way to get outdoors. They even have fireworks some nights, or nights when you can bring your dogs.
Took my son for his 8th birthday (and his first live baseball game) on April 8, 2016 and stood in the will call line for over an hour. I called repeatedly and was told that Chad was on his way... Chad was going to fix it and excuse after excuse. The lady answering the phone said there were six will call windows open and I said no there are two, because I am standing here looking at it. The line did not move for over thirty minutes. The game started on time, even though, most of the attendants were still standing outside in the will call line. When we finally got our tickets (the kids and I went to sit while my husband got dinner) we went in to even longer lines for food. By the time my husband brought back our food it was ice cold and the ketchup, mustard and other condiments were empty. The whole stadium was a mess. No one knew what was going on and no one knew how to fix it. It was by far my worst experience at a stadium and live sporting event. When I approached an employee to ask who to call and complain to, they did not know who or how to do so and advised me that they were just overwhelmed. The issue was not in the ticket purchase line, which meant the will call tickets had already been purchased, which translates too, we just do not know how to schedule for the capacity of tickets we pre-sell??? I felt terrible for my son, who again was there for his first baseball game and for his birthday (because this is what he asked for). After he ate his cold hot dog, he asked if we could just go because, he was not having fun and he would rather go swimming. In the car he and his friend who I also paid for said they would rather save their money than go to see the Manatees play baseball. I spent $54.50 just for the tickets and another $50 for cold hot dogs and cokes. When I asked the lady on the phone how to get my money back, the only response she gave was, I don't know, we don't handle that. Shame on you! If you do not know, you go find out!!! I will never purchase tickets for any event at this stadium. I have also called and left messages on Chad's (general manager) voicemail to discuss a refund and he has not returned calls.
Very nice park. But the dirt parking is awful if you get any rain. And the parking staff is very rude and unhelpful.
I love baseball and this place makes me sad. Very over priced tickets and concessions. The sound system is dated,and the commentators sound bored of their jobs. All around not good.
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