About Dodger Stadium
Dodger Stadium is located at 1000 Elysian Park Avenue in Los Angeles, California 90012.
Dodger Stadium has a capacity of 56,000.
Ground broke in September of 1959, with the stadium officially opening on April 10, 1962. Dodger Stadium is home to the Los Angeles Dodgers of the MLB.
Directions (Car Only)
From the West Side (West Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills) via I-10 East:
Take the I-10 Eastbound toward Los Angeles and merge onto I-110 North toward Pasadena. Take the Dodger Stadium Exit and continue straight off the freeway ramp. Enter the Downtown Gate.
From Pasadena via I-110 South:
Take the I-110 Southbound and take the Dodger Stadium Exit.Continue straight off the freeway ramp. Enter the Downtown Gate.
From Hollywood via I-101 South:
Take the I-101 Southbound and take the Alvarado Street Exit. Turn left onto Alvarado Street and turn right onto Sunset Boulevard. In approximately one mile, turn left onto Elysian Park Avenue.
From Downtown Los Angeles via I-110 North:
Take the I-110 Northbound and take the Dodger Stadium Exit. Continue straight off the freeway ramp. Enter the Downtown Gate.
From the San Diego area via I-5 North:
Take the I-5 Northbound and take the Dodger Stadium Exit. Continue straight off the freeway ramp. Enter the Downtown Gate.
27 main parking gates exist for fans to park when driving to the game. Preferred parking, which is located in the surrounding area of the stadium, is labeled alphabetically from A-P, with the exception of H and I lots. Prices typically vary from $35 in advance and $50 at the gate. General parking, located further outside of the stadium, is labeled numerically from 1-15, with the exception of Lot 9. Prices typically vary from $10 in advance and $20 at the gate. Parking gates open 2.5 hours before game time and stadium gates open two (2) hours prior to game time.
Gates and Openings
Stadium gates open two (2) hours prior to game time, though gate times may vary. Most Dodgers games played on the weekday begin at 7:10pm, including Friday and Saturday. Sunday games typically start at 1:10pm.
If bringing a bag to the game, its size should not exceed 16 x 16 x 8. Soft-sided coolers also follow that size dimension. No hard-sided coolers are permitted into the stadium, along with glass bottles, inflatables, air horns, firecrackers and pets. All bags are subject to random search by venue personnel. Any persons who fail to comply with staff will not be granted entrance into Dodger Stadium.
Dodger Stadium Club Sections & Lounges
All-You-Can-Eat Pavilion Presented by Coca-Cola
The Right Field Pavilion is an all-inclusive all-you-can-eat section which serves hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, soda and water.
Ticket holders have access to the exclusive Ketel One Baseline Club restaurant/lounge featuring complimentary fine dining and non-alcoholic beverages, full bar, in-seat service private restrooms and restaurant style seating.
All-inclusive experience and features access to a private martini lounge, a full bar and restaurant-style seating for an unlimited complimentary high-end buffet of Levy Restaurants food options and non-alcoholic beverages.
Suites accommodate 15-30 persons, and the event suites can accommodate group of up to 80 persons.