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  • Tenth Annual Mexican Baseball Fiesta at Kino Sports Complex September 30 – October 3

    Sep 22, 2021 | Read More News
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    Mexican Baseball Fiesta returns for its tenth year on Sept. 30 – Oct. 3, at Kino Sports Complex. The Fiesta features four professional teams of the Mexican Pacific League and the University of Arizona Wildcats. Festivities include double-header games each night, delicious food, live entertainment, music, and much more. Buy your tickets online now or get them in person starting Sept. 22, at the Kino Box Office, 2500 E. Ajo Way. Box office phone number is (520) 222-1008.

    This year’s fiesta includes Hermosillo, Obregon, Mexicali, Navojoa, and the University of Arizona Wildcats. All games will take place at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, 2500 E. Ajo Way. Parking is $5/car on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Parking is free on Sunday. Stadium gates open one hour before the first game.

    “The Vamos A Tucson Mexican Baseball Fiesta has become one of the top entertainment/baseball events on the Tucson calendar,” said Mike Feder, President of the Mexican Baseball Fiesta. “The word Fiesta best describes our event – a party! We believe the Fiesta is the largest Hispanic sporting event in Tucson every year. The MBF has also had a significant economic impact in Pima County.”

    Kino Baseball Diamond and Fans

    Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets early and online at the Mexican Baseball Fiesta website.  Two days prior to game day, ticket prices will increase by $5. General admission advance ticket prices range from $10 for adults to $6 for children between the ages 6 to 16. Box seats cost $15. Special discounted tickets are available for seniors, military, and college students, with valid ID, at the Kino Box Office, 2500 E. Ajo Way, starting Sept. 22. 

    Box office hours (subject to change):

    Wed. 9/22 through Fri. 9/24:  10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Mon. 9/27 through Wed. 9/29:  10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Thur. 9/30 and Fri. 10/1: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
    Sat. 10/2:  Noon - beginning of second game approximately 8 p.m.
    Sun. 10/3:  Noon - beginning of second game approximately 8 p.m. 

    In addition to teams from Mexico, the University of Arizona Wildcats will play in the second half of the double-header on Sunday, Oct. 3. “This game is a great opportunity for our program to connect with the Tucson community while also competing at the highest level,” Arizona Baseball head coach Chip Hale said. “Playing against a quality opponent in Obregon will give us a great early evaluation of our roster and present our freshman class with their first taste of performing in front of a large, engaged crowd.”

    The Mexican Baseball Fiesta also features a concert by La Brissa after the second game on Friday, Oct. 1. La Brissa is a ten-piece band hailing from Ciudad Obregon, Mexico. After the double-header, stay for La Brissa’s unique modern Cumbias and rancheras.

    During the Fiesta, Kino Sports Complex will enforce its clear bag policy. Approved items include diaper bags, one-gallon freezer bags, clutch purses no larger than 4.5” x 5” and clear tote bags no larger than 12”x 6”x 12”. All bags subject to inspection. For more information about the clear bag policy or to discuss special accommodations, call Kino Sports Complex at (520) 724-5466. 
    For more details or to purchase tickets online, visit the Mexican Baseball Fiesta website. 

    Mexican Baseball Fiesta Game Schedule

    Thursday, Sept. 30, 5:05 p.m.
    Obregon vs Mexicali 
    Hermosillo vs Navojoa

    Friday, Oct. 1, 5:05 p.m.
    Obregon vs Navojoa
    Hermosillo vs Mexicali 
    La Brissa performs following second game

    Saturday, Oct. 2, 5:05 p.m.
    Mexicali vs Navojoa  
    Hermosillo vs Obregon

    Sunday, Oct. 3, 3:00 p.m.
    Mexicali vs Navojoa 
    Obregon vs University of Arizona Wildcats

    Reminder: Fans should bring their masks/face coverings to the games because indoor spaces such as restrooms, suites, elevators, and gift shop require face masks to enter.


    Kino Sports Complex is the largest venue in Pima County for youth, amateur and professional sports, concerts, and community events. The fields of this 162-acre natural grass complex can be adjusted for various sports and uses including baseball, soccer, football, and lacrosse. The south baseball complex includes the 11,000-seat Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, seven full-size fields, three clubhouses and parking. The north soccer complex includes the 2,900-seat North Stadium, which is home to the FC Tucson soccer club, a 1,000-seat North Grandstand field, four additional fields, and a clubhouse with parking. To learn more or schedule an event, go to or call (520) 724-5466.