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Thursday, September 23, 2021

QBC: Ticket Prices Announcement


Contact: Keith Blacknick or Dan Twohig



Queens Baseball Convention Releases Ticket Pricing for 2021 Event

September 23, 2021 – Ticket prices for the 2021 Queens Baseball Convention were announced earlier today with organizers touting their new ala carte options.

The new ticketing option allows fans to purchase a General Admission ticket by itself, without needing to purchase an autograph as well. Autograph fees have now been separated out and are available on a per guest basis.

“During our first several years the only way to attend the QBC was by buying a ticket and autograph package” explained co-founder Dan Twohig. “Because of the limited size of prior venues we were not able to offer just a general admission ticket. Now that we have moved to Mulcahy’s, a venue with a much larger capacity, we can add that option.”

General Admission tickets will be priced at $25 per person (plus tax and fees)

With this new option we hope to attract a lot more Mets fans to come out and enjoy the day with us,” continued Twohig’s partner Keith Blacknick. “The new pricing allows families to come out at a very affordable price. Of course autographs will still be available, just with their own fee now.”

Autograph pricing was announced as follows:

  • Ron Darling solo autograph $40

  • Gary Cohen solo autograph $40

  • Ron & Gary combo autograph $75

  • Todd Frazier solo autograph $25

  • Gary Cohen Inscription “It’s Outta Here” $20

  • All other inscriptions $10

    PSA will be on hand to authenticate any signatures (separate fee).

    Tickets are expected to go on sale within the next few days at

    For more information or for inquiries, please email us at, or follow us on social media (Twitter @QBConvention or Facebook )

    Founded in 2013, the Queens Baseball Convention was created as a mid-winter gathering of fans of the New York Mets. Our design 
    is a combination of “Fan Fest” meets “Comic Con.” Since its start it has grown into the largest fan-run fan fest in the New York area.

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