This historic stadium has played host to the 1980 All-Star game and Olympic baseball competition in 1984. In 1991, the stadium hosted the opening ceremonies for the United States Olympic Festival and later that summer showcased the top amateur baseball players from around the world in the second annual International Baseball Association World All-Star Game. The stadium was built by Dodger owner Walter O'Malley in Chavez Ravine, which overlooks downtown Los Angeles. Foodies will delight in the all-you-can-eat ticket deal for the Right Field Pavilion, which was a first in baseball when it debuted but has since been copied by other teams.
Soak up the scene:
This park opened in 1962 and is now one of the oldest in the Majors, but the setting in Chavez Ravine remains one of the best in baseball. Bring some headphones and tune in the incomparable Vin Scully calling the game on the radio. And try a Dodger Dog to see if it lives up to the hype. Can so many Dodgers fans be wrong? For more on the Dodger Stadium experience, including a game-day itinerary, visit Wise Guides.
Baseline VIP seating includes Rows 1-2.
Premium Baseline seating includes Rows 3-8.
Dugout Club seating includes Row 1-10.
Tickets listed by section number alone will not map to the correct section. The seller must specify the section name and section number to ensure the ticket maps properly.
Tickets in the All-You-Can-Eat Pavilion include free Dodger Dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, Coca-Cola products and water.
Glass bottles, cans, umbrellas and alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited. A visual inspection of bags, purses, packages and jackets will be conducted on everyone entering the stadium. Guests without items to be inspected can enter in the Express Lane for a faster entry into the stadium. Tailgating is prohibited on Dodger Stadium property at all times.