Knob Hill Landscape Company has partnered with the Springfield Lucky Horseshoes to bring a brand new Beer Garden to Robin Roberts Stadium in time for the upcoming Legends Classic II and Prospect League Season.
The Knob Hill Beer Garden, situated down the first base line of the stadium, features a 1200 square foot permeable paver patio, complete with modern lighting, comfortable seating, and various games open to every fan at Lucky Horseshoes games this summer. The addition of the Beer Garden, with Knob Hill Landscape Company serving as naming rights partner, adds another exciting and fan-friendly attraction to Robin Roberts Stadium as the club continues its efforts to enhance the fan experience in the North End of town.
Knob Hill Landscape Company owner, Landon Kirby, expressed his excitement at the opportunity to partner with the Lucky Horseshoes, saying “Our company takes pride in giving back to our community and we couldn’t think of a better organization to partner with to improve such a historic facility. We look forward to continuing this partnership for many years into the future!”
‘Shoes Chief Storyteller, Jamie Toole, echoed Kirby’s sentiments, saying, “The ‘Shoes are thrilled to partner with Knob Hill Landscape Company as the official landscape company of the Springfield Lucky Horseshoes. The new presenting partner of the Knob Hill Beer Garden. Knob Hill is committed to our community and we appreciate their investment in Robin Roberts Stadium and the future of baseball and summer entertainment here in Springfield.”
Fans of the Lucky Horseshoes can look forward to the first event of the season at Robin Roberts Stadium on Saturday, May 27th with the Legends Classic II, leading up to the Lucky Horseshoes’ Opening Night on May 31st. Tickets for both events, as well as all 2023 ‘Shoes games, are on sale now at tickets.shoesbaseball.com.
The addition of the Knob Hill Beer Garden is sure to make Robin Roberts Stadium an even more enjoyable experience for fans of the Lucky Horseshoes, and with the ongoing commitment of organizations like Knob Hill Landscape Company, the future of baseball and summer entertainment in Springfield looks bright.