Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Budweiser Country Club before the Washington Nationals hit the field for Thursday's exciting game.

On Sep. 14, come have a little fun after work before the Washington Nationals take on the Atlanta Braves at the Budweiser Country Club Pregame Party, located at Nats Park. You don’t want to miss out because it could finally be the year the Washington Nationals take it all the way to the World Series.  Rain or shine, tickets ranging from 20-35 dollars (depending on where you want to sit during the game and a great deal in itself) will be available for 21 and up and will include tons of fun activities for your friends, coworkers, and family.

When:

Budweiser Country Club: 4:30pm - 6:30pm ET Nationals vs. Braves: 7:05pm ET

Location:

Blue Tent at the corner of First Street & Potomac Ave Tickets (which are non-refundable) include a game ticket either on the left or right corner or by the scoreboard pavilion, a limited edition Budweiser Country Club t-shirt, and of course, access to the pregame event.
While listening to some live country music, guests can ride mechanical bulls, play various yard games, or even play a round of putt-putt golf. One drink (beer, water or soda) comes with the ticket, but your favorite drinks (a bottle of Bud, right?) of choice will be readily available. Your favorite ballpark classics of the food variety will also be served. But if you want to wait until you’re inside the park to get your grub on, there are so many fun and yummy food choices that are delicious and irresistible. If you are still unsure, the game is also Georgetown University Day at the park. So it’s the perfect place to network and socialize if you are alumni of the institution or just want to meet some new people. For more information or to purchase tickets for a whole group (13 or more), contact Katie Suntum at 202-640-7646 or kate.suntum@nationals.comYou can buy tickets for you (and no more than 12 friends) here.

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