The 2003 season was the first for the Reds in their $290 million ballpark after Riverfront Stadium was imploded Dec. 29, 2002. It featured the third-largest scoreboard in the major leagues. The custom-grown Kentucky Bluegrass sod was grown within a synthetic plastic micromesh carpet for durability.
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Great American is located downtown next to the Ohio River and the now-gone Riverfront Stadium, home to the Big Red Machine teams of the 1970s. Fans can park across the river at an entertainment district in Kentucky, then walk over the Purple People Bridge to the game or take a water taxi. For more on the Great American Ball Park experience, including a game-day itinerary, visit Wise Guides.
Dugout Box seating in Sections 114 and 132 includes Rows A to E. Dugout Box seating in Sections 115-119 and 127-131 includes Rows F to J. Tickets not specified by the seller as Dugout Box will be mapped to the Infield Box portion of that section.
Suite tickets must be specified as Lower Luxury Suites, Upper Luxury Suites or Triple Play Luxury Suites in order to map properly.
Great American Ball Park
100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
All Reds tickets purchased via Internet, phone and MyReds may be picked up anytime at the Great American Ball Park Ticketing Kiosks. Ticketing Kiosks are located at Crosley Terrace (Second and Main streets) and Gapper's Alley (north side of the ballpark). The original credit card must be used to obtain your tickets. Reds tickets purchased through other channels and drop-offs may be picked-up at the "paid" will call windows located at the Main Ticket Office at Crosley Terrace. These will call windows open two hours prior to scheduled game time. Photo ID is required to pick-up all tickets at will call.