Bus Trips To See America’s Pastime

When the snow melts away, the boys will play. Don’t let anyone say that it’s just a game; experience the magic in the innings and the scoreboard. The same one you stared at as a kid keeping score. Join WJBC and head to St. Louis to catch a game!

  • SOLD OUT! Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers – Saturday, July 27th Sponsored by Miller Lite
  • SOLD OUT! Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals – Wednesday, July 31st

Why have to worry about getting to and from the stadiums when you can take a bus there included in the price! Take the bus down to St. Louis to see the Cards or the Miller Lite bus up to Miller Park to see the Cubs and the Brewers go head to head!

Tickets are $70 per person (ticket and transportation included) for each game. If you just want the ticket but wanna have yourself a little road trip to the game it’s still $70. Tickets on sale now.

Stop by the WJBC offices at 236 Greenwood Ave, Bloomington during regular business hours (8am-5pm) to purchase your tickets. Tickets may not be purchased any other way. Tickets may be purchased with cash, check, or credit card. All sales are final upon transaction. No refunds/exchanges.

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