The Baby Cakes’ American Conference Southern Division rivals the Memphis Redbirds are the closest team geographically meaning you’ll find some fans of both teams at the games when these two teams clash. If you want to watch a good game of PCL baseball, then make sure to be in attendance when the Baby Cakes and Redbirds square off.
New Orleans Baby Cakes Tailgate Guide
Tailgating is a bit part of the sporting culture in New Orleans, which can be seen on Saturdays at LSU and outside the Superdome on Sundays. Fans from all over the New Orleans area come out to tailgate before Baby Cakes games making every tailgate a can’t miss party.
The lots outside Shrine on Airline open two and a half hours before first pitch and everywhere you look you’ll see fans playing cornhole and enjoy some Louisiana delicacies. Being that this is New Orleans come hungry for gumbo, jambalaya, boudin, and more Cajun and Louisiana favorites.
You’ll have a lot of fun tailgating before a Baby Cakes where you’ll be tailgating with fans who love it so much that the team’s owners almost renamed the team the Tailgators.
Parking Lots Outside Shrine on AirlineTailgating is encouraged in the lots outside the ballpark meaning you’ll have no trouble throwing a tailgate party at a Baby Cakes game. You can park a car for $5 or a bus for $10, so just break out the grill, cooler, tent, table, and chairs for a fun day of tailgating before a Baby Cakes game.
New Orleans Baby Cakes Stadium Guide
A Baby Cakes game is a fun evening or afternoon out for families. Kids and adults alike will enjoy the opportunity to see future MLB stars take the field as well as the antics of the Baby Cakes two mascots Boudreaux and his wife, Clotile. You never know what the mascots will do next, so keep your eyes peeled throughout the game.
Fans will also enjoy taking in the game from one of Shrine on Airline’s several fantastic group seating or club seating areas. The Party Shack and Home Run Porch are both excellent places to hold group gatherings and come with food as well as a great view of all the action. The Cake Club though is where you’ll want to be if you want to watch the game in style. Here you’ll be able to beat the heat thanks to the air conditioning and cash bar.
Finally, if you’re looking to watch a Baby Cakes game in a unique way, then you can’t beat the pool in right field. The pool is a perfect way to keep cool on a hot summer afternoon or night, and it provides you with a one of a kind in game experience that you can only find at a select few other parks.
You won’t want to miss your opportunity to take in a Baby Cakes game at Shrine on Airline so get your tickets today.
If you want to beat the heat at a Baby Cakes game, then the pool in right field is the just the place for you. Watching the game from the pool is quite a fun experience, and something every Baby Cakes fan should do at least once.
Those of you hosting a large group gathering at Shrine on Airline will want to reserve the Party Shack. The Party Shack features everything you could want in a group party spot including picnic tables, food, and an excellent view of all the action on the field.
The Cake Club is an excellent place to watch the game from if you want to watch the Baby Cakes play in style. The club provides fans with an air conditioned viewing experience, pool tables, a cash bar, and much more, so get your tickets to the Cake Club today.
The Home Run Porch provides you with catered food and a fantastic view of all the action on the field. It’s an excellent place for a group outing, so reserve the Home Run Porch for your next visit to Shrine on Airline.
Boudreaux and Clotile are the official mascots of the Baby Cakes and are a must-see for fans of all ages. These two mascots perform a variety of antics at games and do their best to keep everyone entertained throughout the game, so don’t miss them.