Sections of Citizens Bank Park Will Now Open for Eagles Games

Photo Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

This is the biggest crossover event of the year, bigger than Avengers: Infinity War.

This season, sections of Citizens Bank Park will be open to Eagles fans during football home games, and why the hell not? Let’s make it one big party atmosphere down there.

Via release on the Phillies’ website:

• Watch Parties at Pass and Stow: Here’s a great way to enjoy the fun atmosphere in the sports complex with fellow Eagles fans – starting on Sunday, September 8.

For 1:00 p.m. Eagles games, the Third Base Gate will open at 11:00 a.m. for fans to enjoy the indoor and outdoor space at Pass and Stow, the popular new restaurant area at the ballpark. With climate-controlled indoor space, an outdoor beer garden with the Goose Island bar and Foundry Pizza, Pass and Stow will be the place to be, with food and drink specials each week. Watch the Eagles pre-game shows and the game itself on one of 40 high-definition TVs or check the game out on the big screen – PhanaVision!

An entry ticket is required ($20) and can be purchased at Food and beverages are available on a pay-as-you-go basis. Tickets are limited.

• Shake Shack Tailgating Takeout: Tailgating and need tasty Shake Shack burgers, fries and milkshakes? The popular Shake Shack at Citizens Bank Park will be open for takeout only service for every regular season home game from four (4) hours prior to game time up until 2:00 p.m. Several tailgate specials will be available. No entry fee is required. Just use the Shake Shack entrance next to Pass and Stow along the Pattison Avenue sidewalk at Citizens Bank Park.


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8 Responses

  1. Don’t see ever doing it personally but fine why not- at $5 entry, not $20.

  2. Why not. If you can’t get fans into the stadium for you own lousy team then you might as well latch on to one worth watching.

  3. Ummm, so $60 to park and then an additional $20 to spend on $8-$10 drinks. Umm no thanks. Why is there even a cost to do this? If they want some business just have it opened up. Most ppl are tailgating anyway even if they don’t go to the game, so why charge before the game starts. Kinda stupid. Maybe have the $20 cover but include two drinks or one drink and a plain pizza. That way it actually makes somewhat sense to pay upfront for this. What if you decide against staying there, you just paid $20 just to walk in and walk out. Ridiculous.

  4. Should rename it "So, uhhhh, do you wanna get another one or should we head to our seats? Games about to start." says:

    Can we all be honest here and admit that the Pass and Stow area sucks? They totally bungled that entire area.

    Who the hell is going to a baseball game in the summer and getting a brick over pizza pie?
    And lets not try and make something out of nothing with the Goose Island bar. The beer tub sluts at McFaddens got me my beer quicker.

    This area could have been enjoyable but it’s turned into a space where companies bring their client’s prior to the game for awkward small talk and nothing more.

  5. Fly Eagles fly, on the road to victory
    Fly Eagles fly, score a touchdown 1,2,3
    Hit them low, hit them high and
    Watch those Eagles fly
    Fly Eagles fly on the road to victory
    E A G L E S


  6. What a scam. $20 cover to pay ballpark prices for food and drink.
    And Shake Shack is a scam as well. Went to the one at 20th and Walnut a few weeks ago. For $6-$7 , you get a burger that maybe measures up to a Jr. Whopper for $3 or less depending on those ubiquitous BK coupons. And the hot dog cost $5, because they pile a bunch of salad on it. Go to Wawa and get the same thing for $2 and put your own fixings on it.
    And while we’re on the topic of mediocre ballpark food, I am sick of “Murph” and “tMac” constantly shilling the ballpark food between every other pitch of the game broadcasts. Actually sick of “tmac” in general and that ridiculous laugh. You can tell the team is underperforming when there’s more talk about food than the game.

  7. One person pays 20 bucks to get in and 2 beers will cost another 20 bucks thats7 beers and the tip at the old mcfaddens

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