Executive Council Charities announces Cantina availability at Salt River Fields

Executive Council Charities recently announced the availability of Cantinas at Salt River Fields during Spring Training. (Submitted photo)

This season, Spring Training attendees can watch the games in a “Cantina” at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 7555 North Pima Road.

Hosted by members of Executive Council 70, Cantina offers guests an all-inclusive baseball experience including food, beverages, and the best views in the stadium from shaded Mezzanine levels (Miller Lite Loft, American Airlines Deck and Pepsi Patio).

Cantina ticket proceeds benefit local youth through Executive Council Charities, according to a press release.

“Through high-end, fun and culinary-focused fundraising like this, we have raised millions of dollars for the youth in our community — with $2.2 million last year alone benefiting organizations like Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale, Child Crisis Arizona and more,” Chris Marshall, executive director of the Executive Council Charities, said in a prepared statement.

“Cantina offers baseball fans — from friends and networking groups to client appreciation groups and more — an amazing opportunity to enjoy a game in a comfortable, all-inclusive environment while also benefiting local children in the community. Cantina is perfect for the die-hard baseball fan or those who simply relish the sunshine and social scene of Spring Training in Arizona.”

Private group space for 50 or more guests can be stanchioned off or exclusivity and ticket prices begin at $97 each (for between one and 24 tickets) and are discounted to $81 per ticket with bulk purchasing of 180 or more.

Ticket prices include a complete ballpark buffet lunch along with soda, bottled water and hosted bar featuring beer, wine and cocktails, a release states.

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