ticket FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
what are the methods I can order tickets?
- Online - This is the most convenient method to make sure you have tickets to any upcoming London Majors home game. Online purchases can be made at Majors Store Online
- In Person - Front gate ticket booths will open 1 hours before the start of any home game (1.5 hours for any special events). Tickets can be purchased using cash only (ATMs available at the park). Each ticket is subject to a $1 service fee for all in person purchases.
IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN, how will I know the game has been rained out?
In the event of bad weather, the best place to find out if the game has been cancelled or postponed is our website homepage at www.londonmajors.com or the Majors social media sites. If we need to cancel a game, we'll immediately put a story on the website describing any details of the cancellation. Any online ticket purchases will receive an email stating the game has been cancelled, so please check your email. The moment we know when the game has been rescheduled we will update our online schedule and social media sites
I have a ticket from a game which was rained out/postponed/cancelled, what do i do?
If a game is rained out prior to the conclusion of the 5th inning, all tickets purchased for the game can be used for any future London Majors home games, with the exception of special event games. Any tickets from postponed games cannot be used for games on June 17th, June 19th or July 1st. You do not require a new ticket, your existing one will remain valid. As well, you do not need to email/call the London Majors to let them know which game you will be attending.
If a game is rained out prior to the gates opening, all tickets purchased for the game will follow the same rules as the paragraph above.
If the game is shorted due to rain but has been played beyond the required five (5) innings to make it a complete game, all tickets will be considered used and cannot be used for any future games.
WHAT TYPE OF SEATING is available at labatt memorial park
Labatt memorial park is fully general admission with no ability to reserve any seating. If you want to sit right behind home plate or take the entire game in from the 3rd base bleachers, then all you have to do is make sure no one is sitting in those seats and then they are your seats for your game.
what tickets are available to be purchased?
- Youth: 5 to 17 years old. Cost: Online $10 or In Person $11
- Adult: 18 to 64 years old. Cost: Online $12 or In Person $13
- Senior: 65 years and older. Cost: Online $10 or In Person $11
Does my child need a ticket too?
Every child age 5 to 17 years of age require a ticket. Any children age 4 and under do not require a ticket.
Once i purchase a ticket what is the refund policy
Regardless if our ticket was purchased online or in person there is absolutely no refunds available. If a game has been postponed please see above for the regulations of using your postponed tickets.
what time can i get into the stadium?
The front gates open up 1 hour prior to the scheduled game time. During special events the front gates will open 1.5 hours prior to the scheduled game time. Be sure to follow our website and social media for special events when the front gates open earlier.
Where can i park?
Inside Labatt Memorial Park there is a limited number of spots available to park. The fee to park inside the stadium gates is $2. If you arrive to the front gates and see that parking is full there is available street parking and city lots within walking distance of Labatt Memorial Park.
what can be brought into the stadium?
No outside food or beverage can be brought into the ballpark. This includes, and is not limited to, fast food meals or drink cups, convenience store purchases, liquor/beer containers. Other items NOT allowed in the ball bark are:
- Large Radios
- Roller skates/Roller blades
what level of baseball are the london majors?
The London Majors are one of eight members of the Intercounty Baseball League (IBL). The IBL is an elite summer baseball league that provides a place for the best local players in Ontario to spend their summers and display their talents. Many players hold professional baseball experience including MLB, MiLB or NCAA Division I playing experience. They play 42 games, playing with wood bats, and traveling across Ontario via charter buses.