The first puck won’t drop until October but the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs are already on track to sell 611 season tickets by Jan. 16, meeting their initial goal. The new professional hockey team is expected to surpass its goal following the Guns ‘n Hoses charity hockey game, to be played at the Berglund Center on Jan. 16. The goal of 611 season tickets was announced when the team name and logo were unveiled – a number honoring the refurbished locomotive at the Virginia Museum of Transportation. The museum is one of three charities, along with Angels of Assisi and Guns ‘n Hoses (Muscular Dystrophy Association), splitting a $10 donation from the Rail Yard Dawgs for every season ticket sold through Jan. 16. Continue reading for ticket details.
Until Jan. 16, season tickets range from $300-$450 per ticket for adults, depending on seat location, for 28 home games, and $250 to $350 for children. Those purchasing season tickets by that date also receive discounted parking, discounts off merchandise and rates locked in for three years. From Jan. 17 to May 1, each season ticket will cost $330-$480, or $275-$375 for kids at a rate locked in for two years. The team also will introduce bronze-level packages at $295 for adult and $225 for children.
Also effective Jan. 17 will be new half-season tickets ranging from $150-$250 per ticket for adults and $115-$220 for children. Single-game tickets, available later in the year, will range from $11-$20 for adults and $8.50-18 for children.
For more information, visit the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawg’s website here
or the Southern Professional Hockey League’s website here