Round Rock Classic

Very strong field for it’s inaugural event.

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Strong field. Nice to see UT not include in their own neighborhood tourney

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Very nice field

The real UT is there we gotta beat those Vols I don’t wear a Coog hat every day in Knoxville for nothin.

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I’m fired up. This should ease the pain as the NFL winds down.

https://www.roundrockclassic.net/post/inaugural-round-rock-classic-announces-schedule-game-times

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I guess they view Tech as the marquee of the event? Two night games for them.

Makes sense based on last year’s results. Which is fine with me…could be a tad chilly in February.

True.

All games are set to broadcast live via FloSports with post-game press conferences to take place via Facebook Live.

Advanced tickets for the 2020 Round Rock Classic are available at RoundRockClassic.net . Fans can also follow the Round Rock Classic on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram at @RRockClassic to stay up to date with news and ticket information.

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Tickets are already on sale.

General Admission

Lawn Seats
Day Pass - $10
Weekend Pass - $25

Reserved Tickets

Home Run Porch
Day Pass - $15
Weekend Pass - $40

Reserved
Day Pass - $20
Weekend Pass - $50

Infield Reserved
Day Pass - $25
Weekend Pass - $60

Diamond Reserve
Day Pass - $30
Weekend Pass - $80

Upgraded Seating

Intel Club
Suite level directly behind Home Plate .Indoors - Climate Controlled .Private bar and indoor seating

Day Pass - $45 (includes reserved seat)
Ticket Add-on - $10 ( club access only - Does NOT include a Reserved Seat. MUST be purchased in addition to a ticket)
Rockers Day Pass - $25 (covered area under Home Run Porch)
4-Top Tables Day Pass - $160 ( Private seating area with table. Includes 4 seats)

  • No Refunds, Rain Checks, or Exchanges - All sales are final

  • Children age 2 & under do not require a ticket for entry

  • Day Passes include BOTH GAMES on the same Day

  • Gates Open 2 Hours prior to first pitch each day

https://www.roundrockclassic.net/ticket-pricing

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Would be nice to play at least one of the night games. Unless it rains I really don’t see a need for AC in February (But this is Texas).