Indiana Fever Heat Up Indianapolis

(Looking for FREE Fever tickets to June 8th’s game? Skip to the bottom. No really, it’s cool.)

Summer is in full swing around here. The signs? We have tickets to an upcoming Indians game. I’m volunteering this week at vacation bible school. We are counting down the kids turning four and seven. And I’ve already been to an Indiana Fever game.

The Indiana Fever, photo by Angie Six

For the past thirteen years, the Indiana Fever have called the Fieldhouse home during the dog-days of summer. Really, when you think about it, an indoor sport in the heat of summer makes perfect sense.

Last week, I was part of a group of amazing women treated to a night in the Legends suite for the Fever v. Liberty game. It was a totally different and totally fun girls night out. We had the opportunity to talk to Julie Graue, Vice President of Business Operations for the Indiana Fever, and her passion for the WNBA really came through. As I was listening, I felt extremely grateful to have one of only 12 WNBA teams right here in Indianapolis.

The Indiana Fever strives to be family friendly, and it shows in everything they do, from hosting kids activities in the concourse to hosting a birthday party for Freddy Fever every July. Reasonable ticket prices make it easy for the whole family to enjoy a game together.

Don’t believe me? How about the deal on seats for Saturday night games ( 6/16, 7/7, 8/18 and 9/1)-  Lucas Oil Family Night’s presented by The Indianapolis Star. Starting at only $13 you can get a ticket, Pepsi, chips, hot dog and a t-shirt. Dinner and a professional sporting event and a t-shirt. For real.

Free this Friday night, June 8th? Follow this link for 2 FREE tickets (pay only .75 processing fee)!

Disclosure: I received a free ticket to the game and access to the Legends suite. The fun I had and my opinions are all my own.

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