The Binghamton Rumble Ponies are on the road this weekend in Erie but will return to RumbleTown Stadium on Tuesday, May 25th. The Ponies will open up a six-game homestand against the Akron RubberDucks.

The weather looks great next week with temperatures in the 70's during the day and upper 50's at night. It looks like it'll be a great week to cheer on our hometown team. Before you go, here are some things to know and it's all good.

What To Know Before You Go To RumbleTown

As things continue to open up, they have announced the latest Covid-19 protocols for fans. If you haven't been vaccinated yet but want to attend the games, I have good news for you.

In accordance with New York State guidelines, the Double-A New York Mets affiliate is eliminating testing and vaccination requirements in certain sections. They are also eliminating mask requirements for vaccinated fans.

If you plan on sitting in the vaccinated area, you WILL have to show proof of full vaccination. If you are 16 and under, you can sit with a vaccinated adult in a vaccinated section without showing proof of vaccination.

If you sit in a non-vaccinated area, you don't have to show proof of vaccination but you'll need to wear a mask.

June Tickets For The Binghamton Rumble Ponies Available Now

More of us are looking for things to do outdoors and here is something FUNN for the entire family. The Ponies will be home for 12 in a row in June running from June 8th through June 20th.

Tickets are now available by stopping at the Rumbletown Stadium Box Office at 211 Henry Street in Binghamton or call (607) 722-FUNN (3866). It's great to have baseball back, so I hope you'll have a chance to get out and support our hometown team. GIDDY-UP!!!

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