Girls Night Out VIP ticket packages now available

KANSAS CITY, MO (May 24, 2012) – The Kansas City Royals will host the popular Girls Night Out event on Friday, June 1.  Presented by the KC Chevy Dealers and participating sponsor The University of Kansas Hospital, Girls Night Out festivities precede the Royals 7:10 p.m. game against the Oakland Athletics.  Proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women campaign. 

Girls Night Out media partner 99.7 The Point will be on hand with DJ Kirby, and 41 Action News anchor Christa Dubill is scheduled to emcee the event.  The gates will open early at 4:30 p.m. for fans with Girls Night Out VIP ticket packages.  The first 10,000 ladies through the gates will receive a Royals sun hat. (photo attached)

In addition to a game ticket and early entry to the activities, VIP ticket packages also include a Royals charm necklace (photo attached) and a $5 donation to the American Heart Association.  Also, each ticket package includes $6 in loaded value for concessions or retail purchases.  Ladies may choose between a Field Box or Field Plaza lower level ticket package for $30 or a $25 package that includes a ticket in the Hy-Vee Infield.

Fans can purchase a Girls Night Out package online at www.royals.com/girlsnightout, by phone at 1-800-6ROYALS and at the Kauffman Stadium Box Office.  Discounted group tickets of 20 or more may be purchased by calling (816) 504-4171.  Season Ticket Holders that already have game tickets may contact the club’s Ticket Service staff at (816) 504-4040, option 3, or ticketservices@royals.com for more information on purchasing package items.

The Spa Briarcliff and Salon De Crist will pamper guests with chair massages and mini spa services in the Outfield Experience.  Ladies will also enjoy chocolate fountains, product sampling from Smallcakes, Zumba demonstrations, and entertainment from Howl at the Moon dueling pianos.  In addition, Macy's will present a summer fashion show featuring the latest trends. 

Heart disease survivors and American Heart Association volunteers will participate in a special pregame ceremony and be honored throughout the evening’s festivities.