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  • Kino Sports Complex

    Kino Sports Complex logo Multi-purpose facility with meeting and party rooms, classrooms, indoor basketball court, outdoor swimming pool, soccer, baseball and softball fields, pickleball courts. Stadium seats 11,000.
    For more information and an event calendar call (520) 724-5466

    Kino Sports Complex: 2500 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713


    With 8,000 stadium seats and over 3,000 lawn seats available, there is plenty of room for everyone in the family to grab a hot dog and soda and watch America's favorite game. Except baseball is not a year round sport, so what else happens there? A lot. Kino Stadium has hosted many large outdoor concerts featuring nationally acclaimed artists such as the Doobie Brothers and Smashmouth, as well as all-day community festivals. They are the home for non-profit fundraising events, car, and gem and mineral shows, and many more family events throughout the year, ranging from the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life to the 4th of July Family Fun Fest. Kino Stadium alone makes this facility exceptional, but this isn't the only thing at the Complex.

    The Complex sits on 158-acres with Kino Stadium set on over 50,000 square-feet inside. The rest of the space is filled with 12 senior, 3 half and 2 youth sized baseball/softball fields, 13 full-size soccer fields, and 20 pickleball courts. Kino Sports Complex baseball field view In addition, some of these fields have lighting for extended evening play. Community teams in a championship game, a corporate competition, or a family reunion softball game frequently occupy these fields. With a view of the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains, this is the perfect spot for any event, whether it is a baseball game or a wedding. So when you attend a little league championship game there, keep your eye on the star pitcher, he's probably standing in Randy Johnson's footsteps.

    Kino Veterans Memorial Sports Complex has 9 ramadas, numerous concession stands and many special event areas located throughout the grounds. The fields can be rented for community games or other uses. Kino Stadium seats cost between $6 and $20 for baseball games (costs may vary and differ for other events).

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