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Bark at The ParkSunday, June 22
vs. Mariners at 1:10 p.m.

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Gate A will open at 11:30 a.m.

Don't miss out on one of the most popular special events out at Kauffman Stadium during the 2014 season...Bark at the Park! The event will be held on Sunday, June 22, 2014. Bark at the Park gives you the chance to sit beside your canine friend while taking in a day of Royals baseball. Specific areas have been set aside for this event in Section 206-209 & 107-109 for dogs & their owners that day. Weather permitting, there will also be pre-game parade as well as vendors located in dog-friendly areas of the stadium. Please enter through Gate A for this event.

The Bark at the Park event is sold out.

Thank you for your interest.

Your $35 ticket includes:
Wayside Waifs
  • Human and canine game ticket
  • Royals canine bandana See photo of bandana
  • $5.00 from each package purchased is donated to Wayside Waifs Animal Shelter

Tickets will be assigned upon confirmation of your registration by Royals staff. Be sure to purchase with your group if you would like to sit together as requests are not guaranteed to be fulfilled. Additional tickets can be purchased for $20. Fans with 2 or more dogs must have an additional adult "owner" accompany the dog. Seating is limited and subject to availability. No tickets sold day of event.

Tickets will be available for pick-up 90 minutes before the game and until the end of the 3rd inning outside of Gate A at a designated table. No tickets will be mailed or available for pick-up in advance.

NOTE: You must sign a waiver stating that your dog's vaccinations from a licensed veterinarian are current. This waiver holds you (the owner) liable in the event of an incident. We recommend you contact your veterinarian regarding other vaccinations that may suit your dog's needs. The Royals reserve the right to deny any dog or human entrance to the ballpark and the Bark at The Park event for any reason they may see fit.

For questions, please contact Britt Gardner at britt.gardner@royals.com.

Required Vaccinations:
  • Rabies - given annually, but sometimes can be a 3 year.
  • DHLP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Para influenza) - all given annually, sometimes referred to as the Combo Vaccination, especially when it includes Parvo.
  • Parvo - given annually, many times this is included in the DHLP and indicated as DHLPP.
  • Bordatella - given either every six months or annually. Sometimes referred to as: Kennel Cough OR Tracheobronchitis.
Yes! If your dog:
  • Is old enough to be around other dogs and people (at least 6 months of age).
  • Is up to date on all required vaccinations.
  • Is in relatively good health and can walk up and down several flights of stairs.
  • Does well on-leash and is not overly aggressive toward other dogs.
  • Is friendly toward humans and not excessively fearful.
  • Is a Royals fan!
Probably Not, if your dog:
  • Is still too young to mix with a big crowd (under 6 months).
  • Is a senior dog that would have trouble navigating stairs and being outside for an extended period of time.
  • Has aggressive tendencies towards other dogs or humans while on-leash (or off).
  • Is a Mariners fan...just kidding, all are welcome!
  • Is exhibiting any signs of illness close to the day of the game (i.e., cough, nasal discharge, lethargy, diarrhea, etc.). These symptoms can be signs of potentially infectious illnesses and it would probably be best for your dog as well as the other dogs in attendance, if they did not attend.

Older dogs, dogs with short muzzles and/or dogs in general that are quickly prone to heat exhaustion should consider not attending this event or possibly plan on not staying for the entire game. Even though there will be cool water and shady spots on hand, the direct sun and heat can be a deadly combination for dogs. Dogs cool themselves down by panting and are not nearly as efficient as us humans. Please keep the comfort and safety of your dog in the fore front of your mind when planning out this fun day at the park.