The Iowa Cubs: What to Expect for 2021

This article is sponsored by The Iowa Cubs

Iowa CubsAs the sun starts shining brighter and the grass begins to look greener than ever, it becomes time to start thinking summer. And with that it is time to start thinking Iowa Cubs baseball.

It has been over a year since the Iowa Cubs have taken the field here in Des Moines. That means it has also been over a year since we last ate a hot dog in the stands, caught a t-shirt from the Fun Gun, watched Friday night fireworks, or sang the 7th inning stretch.

After long last, it feels good to finally say that one week from today: Iowa Cubs baseball is back! 

Before you step up to the plate to attend a game, here’s everything you need to know about what to expect when you attend a game and what’s new at Principal Park this season. While some things will look as they always have, there will be other parts of the experience that have changed or may look a bit different.

What’s New?

– Digital Tickets

– Digital Game Program

– Cashless Ballpark (Credit or debit only)

– Metal Detectors Upon Entry

– Bag Policy (8.5” x 11” or smaller, medical and diaper bags allowed)

COVID-19 Policies:

– Masks Required (Unless actively eating or drinking)

– Pod Seating

– Social Distancing Measures

– Enhanced Cleaning & Sanitizing

– And MORE

The Iowa Cubs return to Principal Park on Tuesday, May 4 at 6:38 p.m. against the Indianapolis Indians.

Tickets for all May games are NOW ON-SALE. Purchase your tickets online today – but hurry – seating is limited and tickets are going fast!

Questions? Give us a call at 515-243-6111 or visit our website for all of the latest news and information. See you soon!

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