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Cleveland Gladiators Announce New "Tailgate Zone" For All Remaining Home Games

Thursday May 25, 2017

Fans can purchase tickets in the new field-level club that debuts on June 16th featuring an all-inclusive package of tailgate fare, beer, wine and soda

CLEVELAND – Quicken Loans Arena will have a bit of a different look for fans attending any of the Cleveland Gladiators’ remaining home games during the 2017 season. The team announced today the addition of a new end zone club called the ‘Gladiators Tailgate Zone,’ an all-inclusive experience that puts fans right in the middle of the action.

The south end of The Q will feature an exclusive space that will accommodate hundreds of fans as they enjoy the opportunity to eat, drink and interact with AFL players like never before. Included with admission to the Gladiators Tailgate Zone is access to an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring concessions favorites like popcorn, a nacho bar and Sugardale hot dogs, plus beer, wine and ice-cold Pepsi products all available from the time doors open until the end of the 3rd quarter.

The Gladiators Tailgate Zone will debut on Friday, June 16th when the Gladiators host the Baltimore Brigade at Quicken Loans Arena for a “Summer Picnic at The Q.” The first 10,000 fans to arrive will receive a Gladiators Tumbler presented by Phantom Fireworks. Additionally, there will be two other opportunities for fans to experience the Tailgate Zone during the remaining home games of the 2017 regular season as the team hosts “Go Pink Night” on Saturday, June 24th and “Fan Salute Night Presented by The Brew Kettle” on Saturday, July 8th.

Fans can purchase all-inclusive Tailgate Zone tickets for only $49 while supplies last by visiting or by calling (216) 420-2222.

The Cleveland Gladiators are part of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization also owned by a group led by Cavaliers Majority Owner and Quicken Loans Founder and Chairman Dan Gilbert. The group also owns and operates the Cleveland Monsters of the American Hockey League playing at Quicken Loans Arena, as well as the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League playing in nearby Canton, Ohio at the Canton Civic Center.