Clemson Ticket Info For Nashville Regional


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Clemson Ticket Info For Nashville Regional

CLEMSON, S.C. - Tiger fans who wish to purchase ticket books for the Nashville Regional can do so at VUCommodores.com/Tickets/Vand-Tickets-Baseball.html. The Vanderbilt ticket office at McGugin Center will be open for walk-up sales and phone orders at 615-322-GOLD (4653). Ticket books will be located in the outfield seats. The ticket price is $80.

Tickets for single games for the Nashville Regional will be available for purchase beginning Wednesday. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $12 for youth. Availability is limited for single-game tickets.

Tickets purchased in advance will be available at the McGugin Center box office, across the street from Hawkins Field, beginning Wednesday afternoon.

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