Great American Ballpark Cincinnati Reds
GABP, Great American Ball Park is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and is home field to the Cincinnati Reds. Great American Ball Park replaced the Reds former home stadium of 32 years, Cinergy Field (formerly Riverfront Stadium) in 2003. The stadium’s name comes from the Great American Insurance Group who brought the naming rights.
Having to share a multi-purpose stadium for 32 years with the Cincinnati Bengals (NFL), the two teams started wanting their own stadiums. In 1996, voters passed a sales tax that would help fund two new stadiums. Construction started on the new stadium in 2000 and opened in 2003.
A feature of the Great American Ball Park is what is known as “The Gap”. “The Gap” is a 35 foot break in the stands that provides sightlines into the stadium from downtown. It also provides sightlines from within the stadium out to the Cincinnati skyline.
- Great American Ballpark
100 Joe Nuxhall Way Cincinnati , OH 45202
Call at (513) 765-7000
- Hamilton County
- Populous, GBBN
- Hamilton County, Oh
- left field
- There are 7 elevators and 3 escalators.
- PNC Bank
East parking garage - disabled par
- Box : $30.00 to $70.00 (Handicap access)
- Lower Deck : $20.00 to $40.00 (Handicap access)
- Upper Deck : $5.00 to $20.00 (Handicap access)
- 12/06 RedsFest - 2 Day Pass
- 12/06 Redsfest
- 12/07 RedsFest
- 02/26 Cleveland Indians vs Cincinnati Reds (ST)
- 02/27 Cincinnati Reds vs TBA
- 02/28 Cleveland Indians vs Cincinnati Reds (ST)
- 03/01 Cincinnati Reds vs Colorado Rockies (ST)
- 03/03 Cincinnati Reds vs Seattle Mariners (ST)
- 03/04 Kansas City Royals vs. Cincinnati Reds (ST)
- 03/05 Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Dodgers (ST)
- Section 119 and Section 420
- Throughout stadium
- At Redsfest, players embrace offseason changes
- Offense the priority as Reds head south for Winter
- Votto launches foundation to assist veterans
- Reds say Chapman likely to remain closer
- Reds to open spring slate vs. Goodyear co-tenant
- Reds GM tries to put Phillips trade talk to rest
- Bell among coaches to round out revamped Reds staff
- Next year's Draft deeper, packed with pitchers
- Griffey headlines Reds Hall of Fame inductees
- Reds trade Hanigan in three-team swap
- All guests are subjected to search
- no smoking
- permitted, cannot exceed 16" by 16" by 8"
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