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2011 Bud Light Barracks

March 18, 2016
The Who, What, When, Where and Why
of the Boston Cannons’ Bud Light Barracks
  For the young professional new to Boston, to the seasoned sports fanatic of Beantown,
the Cannons offer a unique summertime sporting experience
When people hear the word tailgating, most probably think of the fall and football season. But no one can deny the perfection of a warm summer evening, a sports game and a few cold beers. Most Boston professional sports team lack the opportunity for their fans to take part in a sporting tradition, the tailgate. For the ideal summer tailgating, sports fans can look no further than Boston Cannons lacrosse games at Harvard Stadium next summer. The best part is, for fans 21 and over the tailgate isn’t just a pre-game – it continues throughout the game in the on-field Bud Light Barracks.
To enjoy a proper tailgate session, the Cannons parking lot opens four hours prior to game time. Fans can park, set up the grill, throw around and enjoy the late afternoon in the shade of the historic Harvard Stadium. As the opening face-off approaches, fans can continue the relaxed atmosphere – on the field. After entering the stadium, instead of walking up to join the crowd in the stands, Bud Light Barracks ticket holders walk through the tunnel directly onto the field at Harvard Stadium to enjoy the game from the end zone, steps away from all the action.
You are practically in the game from the BL Barracks
The Bud Light Barracks create a sports bar atmosphere for the entire game, with a tented area, tables and bar stools, games, entertainment, promotions and giveaways from Bud Light and, of course, an array of Budweiser drinks available for purchase. Another perk? Shorter beer lines.
Not hard to find a beverage in the BL Barracks!
While watching the world’s best lacrosse on the field, fans may want to keep an eye on who else is hanging out in the Bud Light Barracks. In addition to members of the Boston Cannons Dance Team stopping by throughout the game, professional athletes have been spotted enjoying the game from the Bud Light Barracks, like Boston Bruins left wing Shawn Thornton.
Shawn Thornton of the Bruins attended a Cannons Game
in the BL Barracks in 2010
Not only is the Bud Light Barracks a unique sporting experience, it’s the most affordable and best value in Boston sports!  Season Tickets (a 7 game package) in the Bud Light Barracks have a new, low price of only $99 each for the 2011 season and fans receive: entry to the Bud Light Barracks for the Cannons’ six home games, plus the Major League Lacrosse All Star Game on July 9; a Paul Rabil #99 t-shirt; Boston Cannons key chain bottle opener; and the opportunity to purchase a season parking pass for only $35 (50% off regular price). It’s the best deal in professional sports…and it’s all about the tailgate experience.
Look for even more entertainment, action and specials in the 2011 Bud Light Barracks!
To order your $99 Bud Light Barracks Season Ticket today, call the Cannons at 617-746-9933 or e-mail  For more information on Bud Light Barracks season tickets, click here.
For keeping up to date on Bud Light Barracks happenings, click here for the Boston Cannons Bud Light Barracks Facebook page.
For general news and information on the Cannons, become a fan of the official Boston Cannons Facebook page.