Red Wings unveil new Sensory Suite
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Rochester Red Wings partnered with The Autism Council to create a new Sensory Suite at Frontier Field.
It features soft paint tones, muted Red Wings logos, lava lamps, Yogibo seating, and shades on the suite windows so that those who view the game from inside have more control over their environment and can enjoy the game without getting overstimulated.
The suite, which includes eight tickets and two VIP parking passes, is available at a reduced rate of $260 per game.
All of Frontier Field will be making sensory adjustments for its Autism Awareness Day game against the Syracuse Mets on Saturday, April 30 at 1:05 p.m., including lower volume levels throughout the stadium, minimized in-game production, a safe zone in Club 3000 for those who need a quiet reprieve during the game, and telling and telling fans to refrain from "noise makers".
Tickets are available online.