If you missed the sound of 56,000 screaming fans inside Dodger Stadium, you’ll get to experience that again very soon.
On Friday, the Dodgers announced that in anticipation of California’s reopening, Dodger Stadium will return to full capacity on June 15. The Dodgers have been playing at 33 percent capacity recently.
Tickets for full-capacity games for June 15 through the remainder of the season will go on sale on Thursday, May 27, at 4:00 p.m., at Dodgers.com/Tickets.
According to the team, the 11 home games prior to June 15 will continue with distanced pods and fully-vaccinated only sections. Tickets for the Giants (May 27-30) and Cardinals (May 31-June 2) homestand are currently sale now, and tickets for the games on June 11-14 against the Rangers and Phillies will go on sale on Tuesday, May 25, at 2:00 p.m.
All tickets sold will continue to be subject to any restrictions or limitations on capacity or attendance that may be established or revised by state, county, or city authorities at any time. Refunds or exchanges may be required for impacted games.
Will you go to a Dodgers game with a full crowd?
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