It’s been 26 years since the Cincinnati Reds have won a playoff series, and in the words of Jerry Garcia, “What a long, strange trip it’s been.”
While the team's playoff chances aren't looking so hot this year, there’s always something that draws us down to Great American Ball Park. This time, it’s some Psychedelic Rock & Roll.
Truck on down to Great American Ball Park at 7:10 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3 to celebrate the legendary Jerry Garcia night at the ballpark as the Reds take on the Minnesota Twins.
The Jerry Garcia ticket package is limited to 1,000 units and includes a ticket to the game and a bobblehead of the music icon wearing a Reds uniform with a touch of grey. The bobblehead is only available through this ticket package, which is sold out as of press time.
Once your package has been purchased and you arrive at the game, go to Gapper’s Alley — located behind section 120 — anytime before the bottom of the fourth inning to claim your exclusive bobblehead.
The Cincinnati Reds have had a streak of theme packages with collectibles this year, including a Star Wars package and a Cincinnati Zoo package.
Below, check out Jerry Garcia and the rest of the Grateful Dead playing at Heritage Bank Center (formerly Riverfront Coliseum) in 1989.
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