The Barons are one of the closest teams to Chattanooga geographically and are the Double-A affiliates of the Lookout’ parent club the Minnesota Twins rivals the Chicago White Sox. The opportunity to see future representatives of the Twins-White Sox rivalry is something diehard baseball fans won’t want to miss, so get your tickets when the Barons come to town.
You won’t want to miss it when the Lookouts take on in-state rivals Tennessee. There are always a lot of bragging rights on the line when the Lookouts and Smokies square off, so don’t miss it when these two Tennessee-based rivals meet.
In-state bragging rights, as well as games in the standings, are always on the line when the Lookouts and Generals play. The games between these two Tennessee-based rivals are usually some of the best of the season, so make sure to be in attendance when the Lookouts square off with the Generals.
Chattanooga Lookouts Tailgate Guide
You’ll have a lot of fun exploring the neighborhood surrounding AT&T Field before the game. Downtown Chattanooga is home to lots of great bars and restaurants, so you’ll want to get here early to grab a drink or bite to eat before the game. Some of the best places are located only a few blocks from the ballpark including Big River Grille & Brewing Works and Sticky Fingers Ribhouse, so enjoy some neighborhood eats before the game.
Another excellent thing about attending a Lookouts game is the fact the team offers free parking in the Unum parking lots on 3rd St. You won’t have to worry about paying for parking at a Lookouts game giving you more money to spend on food and drinks inside or outside the ballpark.
There are lots of excellent bars and restaurants near AT&T Field, so get here early and grab something to eat or drink before the game.
Take some time to see baseball bats in the main drive up circle at AT&T Field. The bats give AT&T Field a fun feel and present a nice photo op for Lookouts fans
Where to tailgate
Free ParkingYou won’t have to worry about paying for parking when attending a Lookouts game. The Lookouts offer free parking at the Unum parking lots on 3rd St, so take advantage of this when attending a game at AT&T Field.
Downtown Chattanooga Bars and RestaurantsStop by one of the many bars and restaurants near the ballpark to grab a drink or bite to eat before the game. There are lots of great places to eat or drink near AT&T Field including Big River Grille & Brewing Works, Sticky Fingers Ribhouse, and The Blue Plate.
Chattanooga Lookouts Stadium Guide
You’ll have a lot of fun attending a Lookouts game as it presents an excellent opportunity to see future MLB stars and features tons of family-friendly entertainment. Baseball fans will enjoy the fantastic views of the park you get from seats all throughout the stadium as well as the ability to get autographs from players before the game. While those of are less into the game, will enjoy the in-game entertainment including the Lookouts beloved mascot Looie.
You also won’t want to miss any of the long-running traditions that surround Lookouts games. The team has done a fantastic job of carrying over some of the unique aspects of the club’s former ballpark, Engel Stadium, to their current park AT&T Field creating a one of a kind in-game experience. The train that runs after every home run is fun for fans of all ages, and if you’re looking for a truly one of a kind experience, make sure to stop by the barber chair and get your haircut during the game.
A Lookouts game is a fun experience for any baseball fan visiting Chattanooga, so get your tickets to a game today.
You won’t find a better place to get a haircut than at a baseball game. AT&T Field is probably the only ballpark in the country with a barber chair, so take advantage of the opportunity to get a haircut at the game.
The Lookouts’ mascot Looie is loved by Lookouts fans of all ages and is a can’t-miss part of any game. Looie gets into all kinds of shenanigans during the game, so keep an eye out for him as you never know what he’ll do next.
If you’re looking to hold a group event at AT&T Field, then take advantage of these two large group areas. The group areas can accommodate groups of 25 to 300 people making them perfect for just about any group.
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