Constellation Field is a baseball park located in Sugar Land, Texas. It is the home of the Sugar Land Skeeters of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball that began play in 2012. The park also has the ability to host football, soccer, lacrosse, and cheerleading competitions, as well as concerts. Constellation Field has a capacity of 7,500 spectators for baseball games, and 9,500 spectators for concerts.HistoryIn December 2010, StarTex Power—a Houston-based power company—bought the naming rights for the ballpark from the team and the City of Sugar Land. The deal is scheduled to last for 10 years. In December 2011, the ballpark's name was changed to Constellation Field after the merger of StarTex Power and Constellation Energy.Constellation Field opened on April 26, 2012 when the Sugar Land Skeeters hosted the York Revolution.ConcertsThe ballpark has held various concerts in its history. On October 19, 2012, REO Speedwagon and Night Ranger used Constellation Field as a venue, and the following day ZZ Top and Kenny Wayne Shepherd did the same.College baseballConstellation Field hosted the 2013 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament, and will host the 2015, and 2016 conference tournaments.Add Constellation Field and other attractions to your Sugar Land trip itinerary using our Sugar Land trip builder website .
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Really nice place for families and couples. Clean bathrooms and friendly staff. Grounds are well kept and all areas are kept clean. more »
Fun place to watch the a baseball game with friends and family. The Insperity Club is overpriced for the skimpy serving sizes. Long lines for the food. At field level it takes forever to get your food... more »
There are not nearly enough concession workers at the Houston Sabercats inaugural rugby game. We will likely miss the entire second half of the game standing in line for a beer. There should be four t... more »
My 1sf time there. Had a great experience. Easy access in and put of facility. Neat and clean. Vendors were pleasant. I would definitely go again in the future.
Just came back from a winter lights event, I wasn't satisfied. It was freezing cold outside, so of course we all had to warm ourselves up with a hot drink. Of course, they had to overprice their drinks just for the money, one drink was $9! There were many children their preforming, my sister was preforming their with other school, it was so crowded and unorganized! Their was no place for the teachers to meet up with their students. I was scared to let my sister go with her teacher because it was so crowded, I was afraid she was gonna get lost. Everything is way overpriced. Unorganized system mainly. And the long lines! Just to get a hot cocoa I waited 30 minutes. So crowded.But I am satisfied with the hygiene.
Christmas lights is a zoo. Tickets bought at box office dor many, didn't scan on the band scanners at the gate. They girls at the gate didn't care a bit. Just stare at ya. No signs in the park as to where to go to do specific things, and the food vendors had NO price signs. Much better 2 yrs ago....It was the best one so far.
If you cannot make it to the Astros, then head southwest to see the Skeeters. I first heard about them when Roger Clements (yeah that long ago) went there to warm after injury before rejoining the Astros. It has been a go-to place every since. If you looking for the something fun in the summer and don't a trip downtown, then try here for a unique baseball game. 5 star (unknown diamond).
My son sang here for the holiday lights program. It was totally disorganized. We had to pay 12 bucks each per ticket, and once you got inside none of the Stadium seats were available for sitting in. We walked all the way down to the field and while we were standing there, several times the train drove around the track making us all press up against the wall. We could not see our kids that were there singing, because they would not let us use the seats to actually sit down. The other thing that I did not like was that instead of displaying the children up on the big screen, they were just advertising their sponsors the entire time. There were not many vendors and also the food choices were pretty sparse. I would not recommend coming here for the holiday lights program. If you are looking for something cheaper and more convenient than the zoo lights, you should just save your money until you can actually go to the zoo lights because this attraction was extremely underwhelming.
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