Indians to unveil new “Teen Suite” at Progressive Field

Indians Teen Suite

The Cleveland Indians will lift the curtain on a new “Teen Suite” at Progressive Field this weekend when the Tribe hosts the Minnesota Twins.

Touted as being “perfect” for birthdays, graduation parties and other special celebrations, the Teen Suite features both indoor and outdoor seating options, in addition to a lounge area with video games and an all-you-can-eat buffet. Those who reserve the Teen Suite will also receive tickets for four club seats for parents and/or chaperones of the group in the Suite.

This new suite is the latest of many group-based ammentities at Progressive Field which now include the Indians Social Suite, the Family Social Suite, the exclusive FanCave Suite, and the recently redesigned 120-seat Collection Auto Group Club.  Six rows of seats in section 151, behind home plate, have also been taken out and have been replaced with tables and chairs for 36 people.

The Teen Suite will be available every Friday and Saturday night starting in May, and could be made available for other select dates as well. It is located in right field, adjacent from the Family Suite.

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  • The_Matt_Of_Akron

    Nothing teens like more than being someplace labeled “for teens”.

  • thenoclist

    This looks incredibly lame and I can’t imagine my teen self wanting to be in it.

  • Vindictive_Pat

    Taken straight off of Twitter in response to this article, but too good not to share… good on ya DBN:

    @DawgsByNature: Ben Roethlisberger just became an Indians fan

  • The_Real_Shamrock

    I know when I was a teen this was a dream destination for me! Looks like the originator of “What if?” strikes again.

  • The_Real_Shamrock

    That’s what she said!

  • Steve

    The more disconcerting thing for me is how many non-baseball promotions the Indians have to drum up to get people to the park. There seems to be simply just not enough diehard baseball fans in this town.

  • BenRM

    or, ya know, not enough winning.

  • MrCleaveland

    Video games????? Hilarious!

    Because who wants to watch some boring old baseball game? Dude, what kind of party is that?

  • JK

    Yes everybody from 1994-2007 is surely dead or moved to Florida

  • Steve

    Sure, the lack of wins in 2009, 2010, and 2012 would suggest low attendances. Every other year since 2003?

  • BenRM

    AIDS