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Located just outside of Jackson, in Pearl, Mississippi, Trustmark Park is a minor league baseball stadium that is home to the Mississippi Braves, the Double-A affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves, the park is also the site of the annual Governor’s Cup between the Mississippi State University Bulldogs and the Ole Miss Rebels drawing a sellout crowd of over 8,000 fans every year.
The stadium is also host to big name concerts like Florida-Georgia Line and Nelly, offering a unique mix of intimate fan experiences and VIP comforts and accommodations. When going to see a game, get there early and enjoy the kids’ play area and 360-degree concourse. During your visit, be sure to check out the Farm Bureau Grill for some tasty ballpark treats.
Opened in 2015, MGM Park is a minor league baseball stadium located in the coastal Mississippi city of Biloxi. The ballpark is home to the Biloxi Shuckers, the Double-A affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers.
Seating over 6,000, the stadium features a great mix of intimate fan experience, with big-league accommodations and comfort. Check out nearby Biloxi attractions like the Biloxi Lighthouse and Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art after the ballgame.
Opened in 1977, the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center is a multi-purpose arena and entertainment venue nestled in the MS coastal city of Biloxi. The coliseum has been home to several sports teams, WWE events, concerts, and an NBA game between the New Orleans Pelicans and Atlanta Hawks.
Currently, the coliseum hosts the annual rock music CPR Festival, as well as one of the country’s largest crawfish festivals. Plan your trip accordingly and visit during the South Mississippi Summer Fair, also hosted at the coliseum.
Opened in 1932, M.M. Roberts Stadium is the long-time home field to the University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles football team. Seating over 36,000 fans on game day, the stadium is set on the USM campus in Hattiesburg in southern Mississippi.
Known locally as the “The Rock,” the stadium fills with black and gold clad fans on Saturday afternoons in the fall, cheering on the Golden Eagles as they take on Conference USA. Be there when the Golden Eagles take on Louisiana Tech for their annual “Rivalry in Dixie” football game.
Opened in 1912, Vaught-Heminway Stadium is the long-time home field advantage to the University of Mississippi Rebels football team. Seating over 60,000 fans on game day, the stadium is located on the Ole Miss campus in the northern MS city of Oxford.
Donning navy and cardinal, the Rebels play home games in the fall, taking on fierce competition in the Southeastern Conference. Visit during the Egg Bowl – an annual football game played against in-state rival Mississippi State University Bulldogs.
Opened way back in 1914, Davis Wade Stadium is the proud, historic home field to the Mississippi State University Bulldogs. The stadium is nestled within the MSU campus in the central MS city of Starkville.
Visit during the fall, and be there as the Bulldogs bulldoze their way through the Southeastern Conference. Even better, cheer on the Bulldogs when they take on their in-state rivals, the Ole Miss Rebels, during the annual Egg Bowl football game.