1/24/2014 8:45 A.M. ET
Follow #Tigerfest on Tigers.com and Tigers social media platforms
Extensive TigerFest Coverage to be Posted Via Twitter and Instagram
By / MLB.com
DETROIT - The 2014 TigerFest is scheduled for Saturday, January 25, and fans can follow all the festivities through their very own computer or mobile device. The Tigers will be updating their official Twitter (@Tigers), official Twitter en español (@TigresdeDetroit), official Facebook (facebook.com/tigers) as well as the official Instagram (@Tigers) with pictures, video and the latest updates from the 19th annual TigerFest!
For the second consecutive year, fans will be able to share their experiences and pictures from TigerFest with people from all over the world by using the official hashtag of TigerFest (#TigerFest) on Twitter and Instagram. TigerFest will also include the Tigers Social Media Clubhouse for the second straight year. Fans attending TigerFest can follow all the action on social media throughout Comerica Park on Saturday, but a select few will be invited to join the Social Media Clubhouse, which will feature exclusive interactive experiences with Tigers players and FOX Sports Detroit personalities. Fans that aren't able to attend TigerFest will also have a chance to participate in interactive experiences on social media, such as Twitter chats, Skype calls and much more.
TigerFest, which is scheduled for Saturday, January 25, is a great opportunity for fans to interact with their favorite Tigers. TigerFest, which sold out for the seventh consecutive time, will feature a main stage with content streaming live on tigers.com/tigerfest from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m, allowing Tigers fans worldwide to experience the excitement.
The Official Spanish Tigers Twitter (@TigresdeDetroit) delivers the latest news and updates to our Spanish-speaking fans from around the world. Spanish-speaking fans have shown the Tigers tremendous support by making @TigresdeDetroit the second most followed Spanish Twitter account in Major League Baseball.
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