Dodgers: Ice Skating Rink Opening at Dodger Stadium for the Holidays

Did you know that Dodger Stadium will soon be a place you can go and chill? Okay, I’ve got the pun out of my system, there will be no more. LA sports fans may recall back in 2014 there was an ice rink built at Dodger Stadium. The Kings and Ducks played one game there, and that was it.

In 2021, there will be an ice rink at Dodger stadium that everyone can go and enjoy. It will start the day after Thanksgiving and through the end of the year, as part of the Dodgers Holiday Festival. You’ll find the 80-by-60-foot ice rink just inside the outfield. The access will be in 30 minute sessions, but the amount of reservations is likely to be limited.

More from the Dodgers’ team website

The Los Angeles Dodgers are hosting a Holiday Festival in the beautiful, newly-renovated Centerfield Plaza, the warning track, and both bullpens complete with nightly entertainment, an ice skating rink, scenic and light displays, holiday-themed food and beverage, and an opportunity to take photos with Santa!

In other parts of the Dodger Stadium area, there will be oversized backdrops like presents, snowmen, and a large Christmas tree. There will be live music, light tunnels, a bounce house, and a “Northern Lights immersive experience.”

If you want to visit, you’ll need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. You can see what it is supposed to look like here.

Tickets will start at $16 and must be purchased in advance online. The event will be open nightly from November 26 through December 31.

More details including parking pricing and more can be found here.

Dodger Stadium’s Backdrop

It’s not just the appeal of being a Dodger fan. Dodger Stadium is a beautiful locale. It’s one of the most beautiful backdrops because of its location and pristine build. Whether it’s Drake having a private romantic dinner, or a COVID-19 test site, Dodger Stadium is a multi-purpose site that suits the city of LA perfectly.

AJ Gonzalez

AJ is a lifelong Dodgers and Lakers fan who grew up in California. His whole family is also lifelong Dodgers fans. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, two kids, his guitars, and beagle Kobe.

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