COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions | UPDATED 3/23/20
Major League & Minor League Baseball announced on March 13 that they were delaying the start of the 2020 regular season. With that news, some of you may be wondering what, if any, impact the current COVID-19 situation may have on our 2020 season.
The health and safety of Bucks fans, players, coaches, and staff is our top priority, and our thoughts are with those around the world who have been affected by this outbreak. The Bucks are closely monitoring the outbreak and will be in communication with the Black Hawk County Health Department, as well as the Iowa Department of Public Health, the City of Waterloo, and the Northwoods League. Moving forward, we will continue to partner with and follow the guidance of these agencies to understand if our upcoming season will be impacted.
This situation is new to everyone and we have questions just like you all do. Here are a few key things fans have been asking that we do have the answers to:
WHAT IS THE PLAN?
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we have been meeting regularly to discuss the cleaning process and what needs to be prioritized during these times.
This season, we will be extending staff training to include the proper instruction to exceed the standards set by Public Health and make sure our standards are clear and met every single day.
WHAT ABOUT TICKETS?
All tickets for the 2020 season are valid. We encourage individuals who are interested in purchasing season tickets, mini-plans, coupon books, group outings, or souvenirs to do their business online, by phone, or by mail.
Individual game tickets will go on sale on May 11th. Season Tickets, 5-Game and 10-Game Mini-Plans, Coupon Books, and Group Outings are currently available. Please call the Bucks Ticket Line at (319) 232-5633 for more information.
WHEN IS OPENING DAY?
Opening Day is May 26. Please rest assured that the stadium will be completely cleaned, set up, and ready when games begin.
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A Letter to Our Fans
The City of Waterloo has recommended social distancing, meaning that gatherings of 10 or more people be prohibited to curb the spread of the virus. With the health and well-being of our staff, community and fans in mind we have decided to restrict access to Riverfront Stadium by the public, effective immediately.
Please click on the button below to read the full letter from our General Manager, Dan Corbin, and CEO, Doug Nelson.
This is the best place to stay up to date on all things related to 2020 Opening Day, action plans, ticket policies, and more. We will be keeping this page updated as more information comes our way. Thanks again for sticking with us and supporting the home team.
We cannot wait for the 2020 season to begin!
For more information call the Bucks office at (319) 232-0500 with any questions.