Free State College Spikes Tickets for Veterans 

State College, PA -- SGT Bob, a 15 year Army veteran, Nashville recording singer/songwriter and local performer, announced he is now officially representing Veterans Row and any veteran may reserve up to 4 free tickets in Veterans Row at any Spikes home game.

Veterans Row is a row of 16 seats painted Red, White and Blue purchased for veterans to enjoy every State College Spikes game of the season at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park for free!  An additional seat at the end of the row painted black with the POW/MIA logo on it remains empty the entire year in remembrance of those who were Prisoners of War or who remain Missing in Action. 

Any veteran may reserve up to 4 free tickets in Veterans Row at any Spikes home game by: 

  • Calling the Spikes ticket office at 814-272-1711 and ask to reserve up to 4 Veterans Row tickets for you and your family for the game you would like to attend, or by 
  • Emailing requesting seats in Veterans Row and don't forget to include a phone number and the date of the game you plan to attend! 

Tips:   Weekday game tickets are much more available and reservations are best to ensure free tickets to any game subject to seat availability.  Veterans presenting some form of veteran identification to the Spikes ticket office on the day of a game may still be eligible based on the availability of seats.  

With COVID restrictions this year, you may not actually sit in the row with seats painted red, white and blue, but veterans with reservations will be welcomed into the ballpark free!  

We look forward to seeing Veterans Row filled every game!   

Let's Go Spikes!  

And Thank You for your service! 

For complete details, please visit 

POC SGT Bob at or (814) 574 - 0807 

"SGT Bob” has been a part of Veterans Row since it was founded in 2016 with the State College Spikes, and helps support these 501(c)(3) Non-Profits and other various veteran organizations:  VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) | American Legion | WWIA - Wounded Warriors in Action | Forty and Eight (Military Clubs) | Operation Troop Appreciation | Guitars For Vets