If there’s anything more exciting than watching the Rays take the field, it’s running onto the field yourself. This fall, you can do just that as the Tampa Bay Rays and SunState Yoga host Yoga Day at The Trop on Saturday, September 23.
Tickets for the one-of-a-kind event include a yoga class in the outfield at 9 am with SunState Yoga, followed by lower box seats to watch the Rays take on the divisional rival Toronto Blue Jays, all in one ticket. Plus, all yogis get their choice of a free Rays hat. The entire ticket is $36.45 (a $70 value), and the class is an excellent excuse to get a morning flow in before enjoying yourself all afternoon at the game.
Pre-registration is required and tickets must be purchased by Thursday, September 21, so be sure to secure yours while you still can (and while spaces are still open). The game against the Blue Jays begins at 4:10 pm, so there will be time after the class to go home and change. Of course, we wouldn’t judge if you just spent the lunch hour at Ferg’s and came back for the game.
And while you’re at the game, be sure to check out all the new concessions items and deals the Rays introduced this season. Even since the 2023 campaign began, more vendors and specialty creations have been introduced. The foot-long pretzel dog is our favorite, but everyone has their own vice when it comes to ballpark indulgences.
SunState Yoga was opened in 2021 by born-and-raised St. Petian Carrington Killgroe, and the studio has become a local favorite within the city’s ever-growing yoga scene. The studio is located at 553 Dr. MLK Jr. Street North in Uptown St. Petersburg, and their regular schedule of classes offers something for every level and interest.
Learn more and register for Yoga Day at The Trop here.
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