The Indianapolis Colts will host a special open house on Sunday, August 17th, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium for Season Ticket Holders ONLY—a complimentary "Commemorative" ticket is included in your season ticket packet for each seat you own. These Commemorative tickets will be used for your admission to this private event and will surely be a collector's item.
Come and see the new retractable roof and window, 36' by 96' HD replay screens (three times the size of those in the RCA Dome), wider concourses, turf field, your new wider seats with more leg room, and more concessions and rest rooms.
We encourage you to save August 17th on your calendar to visit Lucas Oil Stadium and see the field for the first time from your seats. You will have access to sit in your seats and walk the stadium concourses to better familiarize yourself with the building prior to the first game. Concession stands and the Colts Pro Shop will be open. The video and ribbon boards will be up and running. Weather permitting, the roof and window will be open during the event as well. Everyone entering Lucas Oil Stadium regardless of age must have a ticket to gain admission.
SEASON TICKET PACKAGES
Season ticket packages are being sent out via Fedex through the duration of the next two weeks. Please contact your Customer Relationship Representative if you have not received them by the first week of August. Please note that when the Season tickets were created they said date and time TBA.
Suiting UP - Colts Support IPS Students during Open House
INDIANAPOLIS – This Sunday, August 17, as the Colts welcome their season ticket holders to Lucas Oil Stadium, they will be teaming up with HANK'S ADVANTAGE Health SkyConcert Foundation and Emmis Communications to raise money for their Suiting UP for School campaign. Volunteers will be collecting cash donations outside each stadium gate from 3 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. during the Colts open house event.
The Suiting UP for School initiative was launched in June 2008 through a collaboration of the Colts, Emmis Communications, HANK'S ADVANTAGE Health SkyConcert Foundation and the Indiana Pacers to help provide school uniforms, supplies and meals for IPS students. To kick off the efforts, Colts owner Jim Irsay, Pacers co-owner Herb Simon and Emmis CEO Jeff Smulyan each donated $25,000 to the campaign.
Throughout the months of June, July and August, additional funds have been raised for the Suiting UP for School campaign through online donations and auctions. All monies raised will be donated to the Shepherd Community Center, IPS Education Foundation, Gleaners Food Bank and the United Way's Backpack Attack program. For more information about this initiative, please log onto www.suitingupforschool.org.