Fans Can Watch The World Series At Dodgers Stadium On 60-Foot Screens

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Fans Can Watch The World Series At Dodgers Stadium On 60-Foot Screens

Dodger Stadium Drive-In Viewing Parties will continue for the World Series.

As the Los Angeles Dodgers go to Texas to play Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series, the drive-in viewing parties at the stadium are set to continue. Sunday’s win against the Atlanta Braves had fans honking away in the stadium’s parking lot, and fans can only hope that’s just the beginning of it. [Featured Image: Los Angeles Dodgers via Twitter]

If you’re missing that game energy then the Dodger Stadium parking lot equipped with two massive, 60-foot screens and filled with fans might be the closest you’ll get to being at a game this year.  Tickets cost $75 per car and advanced tickets are required, with no more than six people in a vehicle (note that once you tick the consent box at the bottom of the page the tickets will appear below). Tuesday’s game went on sale at 10:00 a.m. this morning along with the rest of the World Series games up until October 28.

For game screenings, the screens will be set up at Lot 2 and 3 with ushers directing vehicles to the designated parking spots. It’s also worth noting that parking spaces are given on a first come, first serve basis and drivers will need to tune into audio broadcast through FM radio. There’ll also be no concessions available and fans are encouraged to bring their own food and beverages. However, alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited.

Social distancing rules will apply and masks will be required when leaving the vehicle to use restrooms and when interacting with staff.

Game 1 is will kick off on Tuesday at 5:09 p.m. the gate to the drive-in will open an hour ahead of the game.

You can find more details on tickets and safety measures here.




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