You guys went absolutely Bananas and sold out the March 26 One City World Tour Game!
Didn’t get tickets? Don’t you worry ’bout a thing.
We’ve added a new game on Saturday, March 27th!
Click the button below to secure your tickets to night two at Hank Aaron Stadium.
The world’s fastest and most outrageous game of baseball is coming to Mobile, Alabama!
The Bananas announced the One City World Tour in October and received over 1,000 nominations from fans in over 300 cities and 15 countries. Those nominations were narrowed down to five cities before Mobile was ultimately chosen as the destination for the tour.
Fans in Mobile should expect a baseball game unlike anything they have ever witnessed before in their lives. Not only will the team bring their cast of performers, musicians, dancers, and mascots, but they will also bring a unique style of the game called BananaBall.
BananaBall is a fast-paced, action-packed style of baseball with rules that include no bunting, no walks, a two-hour time limit, fans catching foul balls for outs, batters stealing first base, and a one-on-one tiebreaker showdown at the end of the game.
BananaBall is the invention of The Savannah Bananas. The Bananas have re-imagined the sporting purity of baseball with hold-on-to-your-hat dash and flair.
The Bananas will face off against their newest rival, the Party Animals. The rosters for both teams will be filled by independent players who have been scouted, tried out, and signed contracts for the spring series. In addition to these players, one player will be selected from Mobile.
Since arriving in Savannah, the Bananas have received worldwide attention and have sold out every night with over 4,000 fans in attendance. The team has been featured by MSNBC, CNN, ESPN and numerous global media outlets for everything from playing a game in kilts, to hiring a breakdancing first base coach, selling Dolce & Banana underwear and bringing on the first Grandma Assistant Coach. From the Banana Nanas Dance Team, Banana Pep Band, Dad Bod Cheerleading Squad and world-famous dancing players, the Bananas have been entertaining hundreds of thousands of fans since day one.