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Saturday, December 8, 2012

TigerFest returns to Comerica Park after one-year hiatus


After taking a one-year hiatus — thanks to the construction at Comerica Park, including the renovation of the scoreboard — the ever-popular TigerFest returns to the stadium this offseason, just eight weeks from now.

Comerica will open for seven hours (10 a.m.-5 p.m.) on Saturday, Jan. 26, allowing fans to reconnect with the defending American League champions well before Spring Training rolls around. Tickets, which are priced at $25 for adults, $12 for kids 12 or younger, go on sale Friday. Tickets can be purchased online, or at 866-66-TIGER.

"We're thrilled TigerFest will be back at Comerica Park in 2013," Tigers vice president of marketing Ellen Zeringue said in a press release. "Tigers fans will have the opportunity to see some of their favorites including Miguel Cabrera, Justin Verlander, Prince Fielder, and the newest Tigers including Torii Hunter. We're also giving all fans who attend TigerFest a free commemorative Miguel Cabrera Triple Crown pennant."

One of the main attractions will be the main stage, which will feature appearances by Tigers players, coaches and front office members, as part of a two-hour "Fan Conference."

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