For the first time since the 2019 NLDS, the Dodgers are set to host a game at full capacity. Fans have been waiting for this day for a long time, and the team wants to make a whole event out of it. They’re calling it “Re-Opening Day” and have a full schedule of events to welcome fans back.
The Dodgers announced that Brad Paisley will be performing the National Anthem at the start of the game. The first 25,000 fans in attendance will also receive a Justin Turner bobblehead, the first giveaway of the season.
The celebrate the special day, the Dodgers will also be wearing their gold-trimmed jerseys and caps. The team previously wore these on Opening Day to commemorate their 2020 World Series run.
Dodgers fans will also get to experience all of the new experiences and renovations at Chavez Ravine. This includes the Centerfield Plaza which will be fully open featuring Dodger alumni roaming the area to greet fans and welcome them back.
The batting and pitching cages, centerfield turf kids area, the Gold Glove bar in the Left Field Pavilion and the Dodgers’ Dugout Augmented Reality Photobooth will also be available to fans for the first time.
Vaccinated fans are no longer required to wear face coverings at the games, but the Dodgers have asked non-vaccinated fans to continue to do so. We’re back!
Auto-gates open up 2 hours prior to the game and the stadium gates will open 1.5 hours prior to the first pitch.