Arizona Diamondbacks to host 'Duck Dynasty' stars for 'Date Night at the Ballpark'
The team is partnering with the Association of Marriage & Family Ministries that night, with the theme being focused on the importance of healthy relationships and how marriages and relationships thrive on continued dating.
As part of the evening, the Robertsons will share their love story, and entertainment will be provided from David and Tamela Mann, who are co-stars on Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns," as well as Raun Alosi & The Date Night Band, who will play songs from the '70s and '80s.
General admission for the event is $25 for groups of more than eight people, and the price is $30 for individual tickets in the lower bowl. For fans who want to sit on the field, the cost is $35.
More information can be found at www.dbacks.com/datenight.
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