Angel Stadium of Anaheim (Anaheim, CA)

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INFO Angel Stadium of Anaheim, commonly referred to as ‘The Big A,’ has served as the home ballpark to Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels since its opening in 1966. With a capacity of almost 46,000 people, Angel Stadium... ... read more

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    Anaheim, CA
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    2000 Gene Autry Way
    Anaheim, CA 92806

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Angel Stadium of Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) Information

Angel Stadium of Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) - Concert Venue | Stadium in Los Angeles.

Angel Stadium of Anaheim, commonly referred to as ‘The Big A,’ has served as the home ballpark to Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels since its opening in 1966.

With a capacity of almost 46,000 people, Angel Stadium has hosted multiple MLB All-Star Games, as well as the 2002 World Series, in which the Angels defeated the San Francisco Giants to win the franchise’s first championship.

In addition to the professional sporting events at Angel Stadium, the venue regularly hosts high school and college football games, National Football League pre-season games, and musical concerts (past notable acts include The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and The Who).

Several acclaimed movies were also filmed at Angel Stadium, including Taking Care of Business, the Disney remake of Angels in the Outfield, and Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch.

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Light Up The Halo
Kristen D. May 15, 2013
Baseball games have been a tradition in my family ever since I was little. It is a tradition that every summer when I come home from college that we attend multiple baseball games. I have been to various MLB stadiums but I must say that Angels Stadium is my favorite by far. Although I am an Angels fan at heart, there are just certain things about this stadium that I cherish. The environment at Angels Stadium is very family friendly and the spirt found within the stands are incomparable. The seats will be filled with Red and White with cheers coming from all around. This is a great family stadium. Although it isn't as big as some other stadiums such as Petco Park or At&t, it is good size and nice an cozy.
Very Nice Baseball Venue!
Duane L. Mar 25, 2013
Though I am not an Angels fan (I bleed Dodger blue), I have seen a couple games at Angel Stadium since I am from the Orange County area. Each time I have been quite impressed with the venue. It is generally nice-looking and clean all over. It is not the biggest baseball park but it is not particularly tiny either (I believe it seats 45,000 or so). It is a chill place to watch a game for an afternoon or a night with the family or some friends. Food and drinks are expensive, of course, but hiked-up prices are things you’ll find at any baseball park. Overall Angel Stadium is a great environment to relax and enjoy a game.
Great Day At the BallPark
Jen J. Mar 22, 2013
Want to see some great baseball but have had enough of the parking issues and overall hassle of Dodger Stadium? Then get out your Rally Monkeys and head on down the freeway to the home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Fifteen or so years ago, the Angels were hardly worth the trip, but a talented manager and a new, creative owner have turned this once struggling team into a perennial contender in one of the hottest divisions in baseball. The product on the field is consistently good and the crowd is enthusiastic and usually polite. For you east coast transplants, this American League park offers the best chances to see the Yankees and Red Sox play in the LA area. With a youth oriented, interactive game area, special giveaways, and fireworks every Friday night, there is a lot to appeal to kids here and many families flock to Angel Stadium. Kids can be seen throughout the stands holding up stuffed Rally Monkey’s, representing the team’s somewhat accidental mascot. The Rally Monkey appears on the stadium video screens when the Angels get behind and need their fan’s support. Legend has it that, in a game where the Angeles were trailing, the screen operators decided put up a picture of the now famous monkey jumping up and down. When the Angeles came from behind to win, a mascot was born. The stadium provides comfortable viewing and a variety of food and drink with three full service restaurants. The parking is plentiful in the stadium and surrounding lots, though prices can get a little steep (especially when the Yankee’s are in town). When the game is over, exiting is fairly quick and the freeway entrances are well marked and convenient.. If you would rather take public transportation, there is train station on the edge of the parking lot serving both Metrolink and Amtrak and bus service is also available. Family friendly with a great team to root for and a comfortable, fun atmosphere, Angel Stadium is a wonderful place to spend a summer afternoon or evening. The stadium is also conveniently located near Disneyland, which makes it easy to add a day at the ballpark to your vacation plans
Fun and Family Friendly
Emily E. Mar 11, 2013
Angel stadium is beautiful and provides a great environment to watch a baseball game. Although I am a die-hard Dodgers fan, I enjoy going to Angels stadium to catch a game because it has a relaxed feel and the fans are great. I also had my senior year prom here, so the stadium is very versatile and nice enough to host a formal event. If you're going for a game, the food and snacks are expensive, but that's to be expected at a baseball game. Overall, I recommend taking the time to stop by. If you're a fan of baseball, you'll be a fan of this stadium.
The Best!
Eleni S. Dec 2, 2012
I LOVE going to Angels games! For my whole life, I have been going to games with my dad. The stadium is super clean and in a safe area. The workers are so nice too! If you go often, you tend to get really close with the people sitting around you as well as the workers who regularly work there! The atmosphere of the stadium is great and is perfect for families. I've been to a few dodgers games and definitely like angels games better. The people are nice and not as rude. Dodger stadium is also really dirty and in a bad neighborhood. The diamond club in Angels stadium is amazing and has the best food! Angels stadium is awesome and i definitely recommend going!!
A+ for the Angels
Nicole S. Nov 24, 2012
One of the main things I look forward to when attending a baseball game is the food. The Angel Stadium of Anaheim has so many incredible options to chose from I wanted them all! The stadium is gorgeous with the rocks and waterfall across the field, as well as the beautiful firework show. Combining all these great aspects to a game of baseball promises to ensure a great time at the game. I've been the stadium many times and I always enjoy my experience. It's safe to say I'll stay an Angels fan and will be back many more times!
fun to watch the games here!
Lexie S. Nov 13, 2012
The Angels Stadium in Anaheim, California is a great place to catch a little baseball action. It's a pretty big stadium with great all american food (such as hotdogs, peanuts, pizza, pretzels, & kettle corn) This place holds so much tradition to the american baseball fan and gives a sense of nostalgia to all those who miss their childhood baseball days. Although parking can sometimes be a pain--recommend buying a parking pass-- and also be prepared to wait a little bit when the crowd starts coming out of the stadium and mobs once the game is over. But other than the parking situation, definitely go check out a game or two here--it will put you in the all American spirit!
Anaheim Stadium - Where Angels Play For Glory
Diego A. Nov 12, 2012
The Angel Stadium of Anaheim, the hub for the bravest and the boldest guys in Orange County, and a place where athletic application, courage, and honor are the grassroots for success. Every match is enjoyable within the framework of the team official retail stores, fancy restaurants and yummy fast foods. Going to the Ball game at Angel Stadium is not just watching sport, it is witnessing angels play for glory.
Angel Stadium
Nicholas T. Oct 18, 2012
I moved to Los Angeles at the beginning of August and within a week of being here I decided to check out an afternoon baseball game at Angels stadium. I was going there and planning on buying tickets at the box office. When I got there I met a few people who were selling front row tickets behind the Angels dugout at only $50!! I immediately jumped at this opportunity and then found a combo deal for a brat, beer and chips for less than $20. The field is really nice and the atmosphere there is amazing!! The people who go there are very social and friendly. The team is also pretty good to. If your a fan a baseball and have nothing to do on a Sunday afternoon, then Angels Stadium is the place to be!
All-Around fun
Alyssa R. Oct 7, 2012
Ive been going to Angel games for as long as I can remember. I have been to this place so many times throughout my life. My first baseball game was here, I have been out on the field running the bases and I even had my first prom here. Angel Stadium is awesome. Its always clean, the people are always friendly and there is more to do there than you think. There are countless food vendors, games to play for kids, bars for adults, and stores to shop in, all in a baseball stadium! The view is great from almost any seat in the house and I feel like you can't have a bad time there. One downfall I know of is parking, but that's almost everywhere you go now. However, across the street its only $5! Go and enjoy yourself!
Great Action, Quiet Fans
Matt Y. Sep 20, 2012
Although I pledge allegiance to the Dodgers, the Angels are a distant second favorite team for me having grown up in Orange County. In typical Orange County form, my friends who had ordered the tickets arrived late to the game so we missed much of the first inning. Inside the stadium as well fans are mostly quiet and cheer only sparingly throughout the game. However, the stadium, as it overlooks Anaheim is beautiful and scenic, shines with the fountains and waterfall deep in center field. Last time I went, I sat in the upper deck, so there was little chance of catching a foul ball and but I did catch a T-shirt shot from the cannon. The night was a perfect 70 degrees, it doesnt get much better than baseball and beer on a crisp September evening. Another downfall is the parking, there is one big lot and really only one way to get in, to my knowledge, and of course the food is overpriced so I always eat before I arrive to the game.
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