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BB&T Ballpark, Winston Salem

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Tourist Spot Arena / Stadium
The Triad's premier events venue, 2010 Ballpark of the Year, and home of the Winston-Salem Dash, the Carolina League affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.
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  • In town for Sidewalk Prophets and Dash concert/game. Great ballpark. Easy access from 1-40 business. Plenty of food to eat. Game was under 3 hours. Well worth the price ($10 tickets). Staff very frien...  more »
  • There is something magical about a baseball park and the home of the Dash is no exception. There is an excellent variety of food vendors to suit everyone's taste. Seats have backs and are comfortable ...  more »
  • Bought three tickets (2 adults, one 10 year old grandchild). Including tickets, taxes and Ticketmaster charges, I spent about $62.00 to get in the park, which is a joint venture: a private investor an...  more »
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  • Good food! Cold beer! Decent baseball! Great time! Easy parking coming in and easy getting out.
  • This is an amazing ballpark that really brings you in for a personal experience while watching America's pastime. They offer a wide range of ballpark fare and have an extensive gift shop that will make you want to come back again and again. Overall a very positive experience.
  • Fun, small town feel to the these games. The stadium is wonderful with all the comforts and conveniences of a big arena, yet the overall feel of a game is cozy and light hearted. Lots of scouts at infield tracking the plays and players - fun for young would-be players to watch! The area designated for grass seating is great and saves big bucks, but too steeply sloped for small kids and drinks can easily tip. Friday nights have fireworks. Don't bother to try to find your own free parking unless you know the area well. It's impossible. Bite the bullet and use the paid parking, it'll save you a big headache! Skip the pizza and get chicken strips or a burger. We waited in line 15 minutes to order pizza then learned there'd be another 15 minutes while pizza cooked. Really??? Overall... Don't miss this chance to enjoy a fun night of nostalgic Americana at "the ole' ball field!"
  • Went to celebrate retro "Warthog" night! I miss being the Winston-Salem Warthogs and I miss Ernie Shore Field. The new park is nicely done but parking is a mess and they can't seem to fill the stands. We had fun but I REALLY miss the "old days!"
  • Park is nice and clean. July 4th fireworks we're a good display, but very close - debris rains down on you.