Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
Besides baseball, the ballpark has also hosted a NHL Winter Classic game, exhibition soccer games and several concerts, including performances by Rihanna, Bruce Springsteen and Detroit native Eminem.
Comerica was named one of the top five vegetarian-friendly ballparks in the country, but meat-eaters won’t go hungry—concession stands serve everything from bacon on a stick to barbecue. The Comerica Bank Big Cat Court is the place to find food options to please every member of your group, while the park’s Beer Hall is a popular meeting spot with a tavern feel. Tailgating at the stadium is strictly prohibited, but many Tigers fans gather in surrounding bars before games.
Thanks to its central location, there are plenty of bars and restaurants within walking distance of the park. Parking is available onsite on a first-come, first-served basis, but there are several lots and garages in the surrounding area. Visitors can also access the park via the Detroit People Mover from the Grand Circus Park Station, which is a block away. Taxis in Detroit are also very affordable.
Who is playing at Comerica Park this weekend?
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Who is playing at Comerica Park tonight?
You can shop last minute tickets for games and concerts happening at Comerica Park tonight or scroll to view the full schedule.
What time do doors open at Comerica Park?
Doors typically open anywhere between 90 minutes to 2 hours prior to showtime at Comerica Park. Be sure to check the listing on your ticket as showtimes will vary.
What time do games end at Comerica Park?
Every MLB game and concert will typically end at a different time. Set times and ending times for Comerica Park are usually not established.
Who plays at Comerica Park?
The Detroit Tigers are the home team at the Comerica Park.