MLB All Star Game Tickets
MLB All-Star Game Ticket Information
Vivid Seats has 2015 MLB All-Star Game tickets when baseball's biggest stars gather on field for one memorable night. The All-Star Game brings together the top talent from the American League and the National League with homefield advantage in the World Series on the line. With these raised stakes, MLB All-Star tickets will go fast. At Vivid Seats, you can get into this spectacle without the hassle associated with buying tickets. We created this company to bring efficiency to an industry that desperately needed it, and the result is the best ticket shopping experience available online. We have cheap MLB All-Star Game tickets available, and an assortment of premium seating, including MLB All-Star game skyboxes. Above all, you can be confident in your purchase of tickets for any event that takes place during this incredible weekend of baseball.
Other 2015 MLB All-Star Weekend Events
MLB Home Run Derby Tickets - Get ready for the greatest show in baseball. With the game's best power hitters lined up, the Home Run Derby will continue to thrill fans just as it has been doing for years.
MLB Futures and Legends Game Tickets - Catch the stars of tomorrow by securing seats for this showcase of minor league talent.
MLB All-Star FanFest - Enjoy various attractions and live entertainment including autograph sessions, souvenirs, memorabilia, and more during this all ages event.
MLB All Star Game News
Great American Ball Park to Host its First MLB All-Star Game in 2015
Expect the anticipation to be sky high by the time the 2015 MLB All-Star Game hits Cincinnati on July 14. The city has hosted four times previously (1938, 1953, 1970, 1988), though never before has the Midsummer Classic taken place at Great American Ball Park, which opened in 2003. It will be the third straight year that the MLB All-Star Game will be staged at a first-time host venue, following previous debuts at Citi Field in 2013 and Target Field in 2014. For the Reds in particular, Great American Ball Park will be the franchise’s third venue to host the game, as previous homes for the team include Riverfront Stadium and Crosley Field.
The American League will enter the 2015 contest on a two-game winning streak and has prevailed in nine of the last 12 outings. Historically, the National League still leads 43-39-2, though the bulk of those victories came during the 1960s and 70s. Though the winning league has earned home-field advantage in the World Series since 2003, the impact has likely not been as strong as expected as only on three occasions has the team with the advantage been crowned champion. Following Great American Ball Park, the home of the Baltimore Orioles, Camden Yards, will host next in 2016 for the first time since 1993.