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INFO Constructed in 1962, Dodger Stadium is the oldest baseball stadium on the West Coast and has been home to the Los Angeles Dodgers since its inception. Located just north of Downtown L.A., the ballpark can hold up to... ... read more

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Constructed in 1962, Dodger Stadium is the oldest baseball stadium on the West Coast and has been home to the Los Angeles Dodgers since its inception. Located just north of Downtown L.A., the ballpark can hold up to 57,000 fans and is sometimes referred to as Chavez Ravine, named after the land that the stadium was built on.

Located in the world's entertainment capital, the site is regularly used as a music venue for some of the hottest performers on the planet. Previous concerts at Dodger Stadium have included The Beatles, Elton John, KISS, The Rolling Stones, U2, The Police, Michael Jackson, and Simon and Garfunkel, to name a few. It was even visited by Pope John Paul II when he led a mass there in 1987. The stadium also hosted the 1984 Olympics, as well as previous World Baseball Classics.

There is currently a $500 million renovation project taking place at the venue which will include the addition of surrounding restaurants, bars, and a Dodgers museum.

Dodger Stadium User Reviews

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A classic stadium
Rudy M. Aug 11, 2013
Watching a baseball game at Dodger Stadium is truly one of Los Angeles' unique experiences. Dodger Stadium is the third oldest baseball stadium in the United States behind Boston's Fenway Park and Chicago's Wrigley Field and the famed Los Angeles venue never disappoints. Arrive early to avoid traffic and watch some batting practice. If you're lucky, you could even grab an autograph or two. The weather is always beautiful providing picturesque views of the palm trees, Elysian hills and Downtown skyline. There also hasn't been a rainout or postponed game since 1999. Despite not being able to listen to Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully on the radio after the third inning, you can hear him in the concourses while waiting in line for an amazing Dodger Dog. Also, you are still able to hear to the equally legendary Dodger's organ player, Nancy Bea throughout the game. If you're feeling frisky, you can purchase tickets for the left field pavilion which is the All You Can Eat section. Four Dodger Dogs are allowed per inning, but you can go to the concession stands every inning so there is no way you'll go home hungry. With some great renovations made this past offseason, the personalized feeling is still in place at Dodger Stadium. When Dodger Stadium was first being built, team-owner and designer Walter O'Malley and engineer Emil Praeger wanted to give a personalized, unique experience to watching a ball game. So, they put entrances at each of the levels to give a more intimate feeling. Despite the multi-million renovations made throughout the years, the class Dodger Stadium experience is still alive. Dodger Stadium is easily one of the best stadiums in baseball. It's a cathedral of the game that provides not only one of Los Angeles' best experiences, but also in the United States. No better way to experience our past time.
Fun for All
Kristin H. Aug 1, 2013
The new renovations made to Dodger Stadium have done nothing but improve the American pass time experience for fans. Dodger fans of all ages will find something to keep them entertained, including the kids play zone for the young Dodger’s fans. With upgraded concession stands you don’t have to worry about missing a large portion on the game in order to get your game time snacks. A Dodger game wouldn’t be the same without a Dodger Dog for only $5, or upgrade to the Super Dodger Dog. Don’t worry if you’re not a hot dog fan, there is sure to be something to satisfy your taste buds. If you want even more bang for your buck, try attending a Friday Night Fireworks game. After enjoying America’s pass time, whether the Dodger’s win or lose, you will have the chance to enjoy a firework show. The biggest con with visiting Dodger Stadium is the parking and access, which is the case at most stadiums and venues, so it is to be expected. Depending on where you park, you could have a small hike in order to get to the stadium. Also, expect delays when leaving the stadium.
I Love This Game
Martin S. Jun 19, 2013
Being a native of Los Angeles, I grew up coming to see The Dodgers play. It is a past time that doesn't compare to any other type of event. The venue is clean and with a recent facelift, the eateries and concession stands keep the fans coming back for seconds. The parking is organized but can be overwhelming trying to swim through the endless sea of cars. Just remember your area number and you'll do fine. I've had the chance to sit on the lower level as well as the nose-bleeds and no matter where you sit, it's always 'root, root, root for the home team'!
Superb Baseball Experience
David R. Jun 14, 2013
Ahh, Dodger Stadium, a place that seems to epitomize the spirit of Los Angeles in both good and bad ways. First the bad: parking can be a pain, fans show up late and sometimes leave early, and in between they can get a bit rowdy. The good, though, far outweighs the negative. First, even if a bit eccentric, Dodger fans love baseball and they love their team, which makes visiting the stadium a sporting experience like no other. Second, tickets are quite cheap, so that whatever your price range, you can always find seats without much difficulty. Third, the food is exactly what you want at a baseball game, especially those Dodger Dogs. No matter where you’re sitting, even in the very top of the upper decks, your seat will give you a spectacular view and make you feel like you’re a part of the stadium experience. Whether it’s a stadium-wide wave or the endless effort to bounce beach balls around the crowd before security can take them away, the fans are always having a blast and the fun is infectious. Also, the Chavez Ravine is located in a very picturesque setting surrounded by Elysium Park, creating an interesting contrast between the serene forest and the rowdy stadium atmosphere. With new ownership and a bright future ahead for the Dodgers, you owe it to yourself to catch a game at this exciting stadium.
Dodger Stadium and The Dodgers
Michael G. Jun 12, 2013
If you are a Los Angeles native and have never been to a Dodger game at Dodger Stadium, I really have no words. Not because the stadium is breathtaking or anything, but it's the Dodgers, they are as much LA as the Lakers. I have been to several Dodger games in my life and I have enjoyed every single one of them. Mainly because I am a baseball fan. If you aren't a baseball fan, baseball games can be excruciating to watch. Anyway, if you live in LA or are visting LA, a Dodger game is a must see sporting event. Especially now that the club has brought up RF phenom Yasiel Puig. If you haven't seen this kid play yet, in you are in for a treat. The stadium itself is pretty basic, mainly because it is the third oldest stadium in the MLB, right behind Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. There have been many renovations to the stadium recently, mainly in the lower level seating, but nothing spectacular. I have gone to many baseball stadiums in the U.S. including, new and old Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, PNC Park and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, just to name a few. Dodger Stadium has to be the least extravagant park in the MLB, but you don't go to Dodger Stadium for its appearance, you go to watch the Dodgers, for it's history, and for the classic Dodger Dog. When you go to a Dodger game, don't get pizza or a hamburger, you must get a Dodger Dog. I'm not telling you this because it's going to be the greatest hot dog you are going bestow upon your taste buds, it's because getting a Dodger Dog is part of the culture and experience of going to a Dodger game. To say the least, it is frowned upon to get anything but a Dodger Dog at a Dodger game. Maybe one of the few nice things about the Stadium is the view you see outside of the Stadium. While watching the game, you also get a front row view of the Los Angeles hills, which are always a nice sight to see. Recommendation, go see the Dodgers play before Man Bear Puig (Yasiel Puig) inevitably gets hurt, like the rest of the Dodger line up this season.
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Samuel S. May 12, 2013
I love this stadium and team. My friend had a friend who had season tickets but could never go so we would go all the time. Though traffic is hell, the parking is large and close to the stadium. As of late, I get seats in the all-you-can eat section, which is relatively close to the field and you get all you can eat food. If you have no car, like me, you can get to the game by getting yourself to Union Station and taking the Dodger Stadium Express. It's really convenient but just get there early to avoid the crowds.
A Classic Stadium
Aldrin S. May 7, 2013
Located within the mountain tops, the Dodger stadium boasts a classic feel. Every game I have been to has been loads of fun. Whether you are a fan of baseball or not, it is an experience one must have while they are in Los Angeles. There are plenty of food and drink stands located within the stadium. I recommend trying a Dodger Dog and couple it with a side of the delicious garlic fries. There are other restaurants that are available if you are looking to have a sit down meal. While watching the game, look for beach balls as the crowd loves to hit them across the stands! Every game has its classic baseball feel and moments. From the National Anthem, seventh inning stretch, and the kiss cam, you will surely enjoy yourself. It is a great place to enjoy good company, food, and a ball game.
Every Kid's Dream
Jason J. May 3, 2013
The smell of Dodger Dogs and peanuts. The freshly cut grass. The gleaming lights towering down upon Chavez Ravine. These are all memories of Dodger Stadium that I will forever live with, and I hope that I can continue painting memories of the beautiful venue. Boasting a gorgeous sunset view and behind the voice of the all-time greatest Vin Scully, Chavez Ravine is more than just a baseball's a historical part of the Los Angeles sports culture. Even if you don't enjoy baseball, find some time to watch a game and experience the amazing vibe of the stadium. Ticket prices are reasonable (except on promotional/giveaway games) and traffic to the stadium can be troublesome, so expect to head there early. Don't forget to grab yourself a brew, a Dodger Dog, and think Blue, L.A.
The Dodgers
David P. Apr 23, 2013
What do I always think, Blue. Think Blue. Not Green, Not Yellow, Blue. Think Blue Dodger Fans, Think Blue. LA!
Doger Stadium
Philip V. Apr 14, 2013
When I lived in Cali I visited the stadium to see the Dogers play. I really enjoyed the stadium it was a beautiful place. Although, the traffic getting to the stadium was not so beautiful. I had a wonderful time though, it was a hot day and perfect time for baseball. The food was pretty decent and the parking was actually very close to the stadium.
It's Time for Dodger Baseball
Natalie P. Apr 9, 2013
For the young at heart and the wise owls alike, Dodger Stadium is the one place any L.A. visitor must see. Sunshine, palm trees swaying in the breeze, the smell of Dodger Dogs cooking, and the sound of a home run hit by one of the Boys in Blue create the perfect conditions for a great time. With new owners, the Dodgers have undergone serious renovations on the field to give fans and guests an unforgettable visit. There are two new scoreboards as well as children’s playgrounds featuring climbable bobble heads and replica World Series rings to ensure fans are having a great time with family and friends alike. Dodger Stadium is a captivating place, and in one game you can observe more than just nine innings of beautiful American baseball. The Kiss Cam is a fun way to loosen tension when the scoreboard is not looking very pretty. Many brave people have gone as far as proposing to their partner via Kiss Cam, spreading love and happiness into the aura of the stadium. Dodger Stadium is a great place to be, even for those who aren’t familiar with baseball. The food is delicious and guests often have Dodger Dog withdrawals during the off-season. The season is packed with give-away promotions on selected dates and fans leave the park with free tee-shirts, hoodies, beach chairs, and even Dodger’s themed Hello Kitty fleece blankets (April 17th). Being part of a Dodger crowd can get wild in a great way. The wave, beach ball tossing, and chants keep the crowd energized and laughing while pumping up those talented athletes. Visit Dodger Stadium if you’re looking for a great time and a place to get away from the demands of life. Baseball is America’s favorite past time, why not pass the time at L.A.’s favorite stadium?
Here We Go Dodgers Here We Go
Emily B. Mar 27, 2013
Dodger Stadium is my home away from home. I’ve been dozens of times a year for pretty much my entire life. I can’t count the amazing memories that I have made, be it sitting right behind home plate, catching a pop fly, seeing back-to-back home runs, or all the times I’ve rejoiced in singing “I Love L.A.” with my fellow fans. As long as you don’t take Stadium Way and go a bit early (you want to go early anyway because there’s always things going on) there isn’t much traffic to worry about. Parking used to be horrible but a few years back they reformatted it so getting in an out is a breeze. Just be aware which lots are closest to your seats.
All-American and All-You-Can-Eat!
Teresa P. Mar 26, 2013
I'm a Giants fan from up North, but I always have a good time seeing them play at Dodger Stadium. It's not the prettiest or most interesting stadium, but it's is a lot of fun to watch the games. Sitting in the all-you-can eat pavilion is the best deal in my opinion. Tickets are about $40 for bleacher seats in right field and you get as much popcorn, peanuts, Dodger dogs, and soda as you can eat during most of the game. There is a lot of parking at the stadium, but as other reviewers have mentioned, you usually have to walk a looooong way around the stadium to get into the right entrance and then more to get to your actual seats. Be prepared to get heckled when you wear your Giants gear!
It's....Just OK
Duane L. Mar 25, 2013
As a hardcore Dodger fan, I really wanted to love Dodger Stadium. I truly did. But when I went there twice last season, I just could not bring myself to fall in love with it. Not only that, I did not really like it that much at all. I understand the excellent history that Dodger Stadium has and I absolutely appreciate the tradition of winning that the Dodgers have instilled in the building itself, but the place is getting kind of old. That isn’t the worst part though – that would certainly be the parking situation, which is awful. Getting in and (especially) out of that place takes FOREVER. Honestly, if they just fixed the parking I wouldn’t care about any other flaws in the stadium.
Dodger Stadium Creating Memories for Generations
Stephen R. Mar 2, 2013
Dodger Stadium has gotten the reputation of fans showing up in the 3rd inning and leaving by the 7th inning. With everyone wanting to avoid the traffic, fans come late and leave early. Although this may be true especially when the Dodgers are not in a playoff race like they were for much of the 2012 season, the place is magical when the Dodgers are competitive. Dodger Stadium and its old baseball feel is never is never more special than when the Dodgers are competitive. Whether it was “Fernando-mania” era in the 1980s, the “Game Over” era with Eric Gagne, or most recently the “Mannywood” era of the Dodgers, there is no more magical place to be in Los Angeles than Dodger Stadium with 56,000 screaming fans. On any given summer night, Dodger Stadium is the ideal place to sit with friends, enjoy the outdoor weather and a great game of baseball. With tickets almost always available for face-value or even less than that, Dodger Stadium is a great place for a bonding experience that has remained the same for generations of Los Angelinos. A dodger dog (the hot dog at the stadium), a pack of peanuts, and a drink at Dodger stadium is something that people have been doing on summer days and nights at Dodger Stadium since the 1960s and it is a tradition that is going to remain for generations to come.
History, Vin Scully, affordable games - iffy atmosphere
Adrian G. Feb 19, 2013
Trips to Dodger Stadium can be a pain logistically, but it is quite possible to enjoy yourself. Tickets can be be picked up rather affordably for non-marquee games (and even some premiere games) on secondhand ticket sites, which is a plus. Once inside the Stadium, though, guests that have visited other, more modern stadiums might take issue with the fact that you're basically tethered to the specific stadium section your seat resides in. That means: if you have a Bleacher ticket, you're stuck out there. No walking around the venue, exploring other areas, or even visiting the higher-quality concession stands. Another drawback to the Dodger Stadium experience is getting there. There's no secret that L.A. traffic can be a hassle sometimes - so if you want to get to a game by first pitch, you'd better plan accordingly and head down toward Elysian Park pretty early. There *are* a number of free parking options in the blocks surrounding the park, but even if you have to pay inside, Magic Johnson and his people reduced the parking price to $10, which isn't bad. Of course, Dodger fans can get a bit rowdy, especially if the team is playing a rival, but the increased police presence that was instilled recently has cut down the number of violent incidents. Still, going to any massive sporting event has its concerns, so it's important to conduct yourself respectably. Oh, and Vin Scully's voice and face is all over the Stadium, so that's an obvious plus.
A beautiful park with not so beautiful people
Nathan W. Feb 7, 2013
The location is not what it once was in terms of safety. And, though I always respect passionate fan bases, the Dodger faithful can get a little hard to deal with. Nevertheless there aren't many better places to see a game. The place looks great, the food is standard but good, and the atmosphere is hard to beat. If you're looking for a great three hour break from your daily grind, and your tired of stuffy movie theaters with people who talk too much, come to a Dodger game and enjoy a great time. Parking is $10 per game unless you have special passes. Tickets can almost always be found on Stubhub the day of the game.
Lacks Nostalgia, Magic of other old stadiums
Billy K. Nov 28, 2012
I grew up going to Wrigley Field in Chicago. Granted, I haven't seen too many playoff teams in my lifetime, but there's something magical about Wrigley Field. The crowd has a certain energy. I found the same thing at Fenway Park in Boston while I attended college in Beantown. Unfortunately, Dodger stadium lacks that same "it" factor you get when you walk into Fenway or Wrigley. Instead of feeling a yearning for the old days, I thought about how long it was going to take the exit the parking lot on the way out. The food is good though. Good enough to hold you ove and keep you happy enough. Dodger fans are okay, but it's true what they say: Everyone shows up late and leaves early. It's hard to get into a game when the home team's fans seem indifferent. Baseball can be boring at times, so it helps to have passionate fans who cling on to their team's every last move and play. It's a pretty good family environment, but with the other sports venues and things in general to do in L.A., this might not make the top of your list. I'd go to Staples over Dodger Stadium any day of the week.
Wonderful Old Stadium
Margaret L. Nov 27, 2012
I had the unique experience of having my high school's winter formal in Dodger Stadium's Diamond Club!! The event was super fun, and it was so nice to look out of those windows onto the field at night with no one in the stadium or on the field. Going to a Dodger game at this stadium is a must for everyone who lives in Los Angeles. The stadium is old and has tons of character, and then, of course, there are the Dodger dogs!! You must eat one of these if you ever go to a game. Even though I don't like the Dodgers, I sure like their stadium.
Old School Stadium
Jackie D. Nov 16, 2012
I have to write off my bias by saying that I'm a Giants fan, but rivalry aside, the Dodger's stadium is solid. It has all of the usual amenities of a baseball stadium (hot dogs, beer, and obnoxious fans) plus margaritas! I sat in the bleachers the last time I was there and I would advise against it if you have long legs. There is hardly any leg room plus you will definitely be getting cozy with whoever you're sitting next to. But, if you're like most baseball fans, a couple of beers will make all of your problems go away. Despite being in LA, it can get chilly during night games, so bring a jacket and be prepared for those extra innings!
Sentimental Value
Samantha L. Nov 13, 2012
I have literally grown up at Dodger Stadium. I have been going to Dodger games ever since I was little and there is some serious sentimental feelings I have attached to it. There is just something about a Dodger Dog and some good ole baseball at a historic park. I get the chills every time I walk into the stadium and love the smell of popcorn and the stickiness of the soda on the ground and messy peanut shells all over the seats. It is just so...all American. It is also conveniently located just outside of downtown LA and is a great place to go and watch a game any day of the week. I love the Dodgers!
I wouldn't even go if I got free tickets...
Stephanie R. Nov 5, 2012
I've been to enough Dodger games at the infamous Dodger Stadium to know I don't want to go back again. My reasons are simple. Charging $20 for parking is ridiculous because it's money that can be spent on important beer. I'm indifferent to the concession food and drinks and I would be perfectly happy with a true LA dog sold from the Latino immigrants selling them out of their carritos at almost all hours for a buck something instead of an expensive Dodger dog. The place's sketchy history didn't begin with the giants fan that was beat up a few years ago, no, it began when one of the worst cases of gentrification in the city took place when many Chavez Ravine residents were uprooted from their homes so that those with money could get more of it. Go Dodgers!
Great Stadium for Concerts and Fireworks
Daniel B. Oct 29, 2012
Disclaimer: I couldn't care less about baseball. In fact, America's favorite pastime bores me so much I'd rather do chores or watch the paint fade than make it through a single inning. That being said, Dodger Stadium really is a must-see/do. Some of the best music legends grace the stage here and the tickets are pretty reasonable. And the stadium somehow manages to even have decent sound from the pit all the way to the nosebleeds. If you're out on the town on a game day, head for the hills at around 10 or 11 for elevated views of the fireworks.
this place gets crazy
Nikki L. Oct 18, 2012
Dodger fans can get intense, and you can feel the energy a mile away before, during, and after games. It gets INCREDIBLY crowded; Sunset gets backed up on both sides and street parking is next to impossible to find. (There seems to be tons on Elysian Park, leading up to the stadium, though. If you're not worried about the intense traffic that will have to maneuver around your car for hours.) Drivers become super aggressive and crossing the street or making a turn is brutal. Whether you like it or not, if you live in the area, your life gets to revolve around Dodger days -- when the fans will be there, and what their moods will be when they get out. Since tickets can be super cheap, though, it's not hard to join in and enjoy a game every once in a while, even if you're not a huge baseball or Dodger fan. And the park itself is great. There's a lot of space, places to park it, playgrounds, barbeques, etc. Fireworks shows here are super popular and occur for pretty much any occasion. But again, the traffic getting in and out of Elysian Park is madness, so be patient and plan ahead. Oh, and no overnight parking!
Never again!
Candy H. Oct 4, 2012
Recently me and my husband attended a dodger game and I guess we can say we had a decent time . I have been to a couple of games in the past but this time was just very disappointing . Our time there started out well but by the end all we wanted was to get out of their as soon as possible . We grabbed some food and drinks but I was very dissatisfied with their lack of alcoholic drinks not everyone that goes to sport events wants or likes beer . We finally found our seats and we were stunned by the lack of space they had . As more people began to find their seats we had the two most inconsiderate people sitting behind us, we were not happy . As the game progressed the people behind continued to talk loudly and were constantly moving around as if they were restless children . the night went on and while we had a great game the people really made it out to be a bad time .
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