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Comerica Park opened April 11, 2000 vs. Seattle Mariners

Seating Capacity: 41,782

The entire complex is over 1 million square feet in area

The playing field is 25 feet below street level, so people can see some of the action from the street.

The scoreboard measures 147 ft. x 202 ft. - one of the largest in all of Major League Baseball

In addition to the game, the stadium offers unique attractions such as the Comerica Carousel, Fly Ball Ferris wheel, General Motors Fountain and weekend post game fireworks.

Comerica Park has 93 total suites--81 luxury and 12 party to entertain friends, family, clients, and coworkers

There are eight picnic areas throughout the stadium, including the Pepsi Porch, Dew Deck, and the Brushfire Grill... available for groups of any size

Offers a variety of dining experiences ranging from exclusive, luxury areas such as The Chevy Champions Club and the Tiger Club to more laid back areas such as the Tiger Den Lounge, Mike's Hard Lemonade Upper Lounge, the Beer Hall, and Camacho Cigar Bar.

Walk of Fame: As fans make their way around the concourse during the game they can enjoy a 'walking museum' where each decade in Tigers Baseball is represented as a display with artifacts, pictures, and information on the players and teams from that era.

Statues and tributes to six former Tiger greats are located along the left field concourse. Cast in stainless steel and standing an imposing 13 feet high, the statues portray the players in the heat of the game. A statue of Tigers legend and Hall of Fame broadcaster Ernie Harwell was unveiled near the stadium's main entrance in 2002.

Incorporated into the stadium's design, Comerica Park features a magnificent view of the downtown Detroit skyline beyond centerfield

The park is located in the Foxtown District, which is home to sports complexes and top of the line entertainment venues such as the Fox Theater, Gem Theater, City Theater, Century Theater, the Fillmore Detroit, the Detroit Music Hall, the Detroit Opera House, and Ford Field.

Played host to the 2005 All-Star Game, receiving rave reviews from members of the national media.

Hosted the 2006 World Series between the Tigers and the St. Louis Cardinals.

Has hosted blockbuster concert events such as the Rolling Stones, KISS, Aerosmith, Eminem, Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, and the Dave Mathews Band, and is set to host Kid Rock in July 2009.