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Dodgers To Celebrate Reopening Day Tomorrow With Stadium At Full Capacity

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The Los Angeles Dodgers will celebrate Reopening Day presented by Bank of America tomorrow, as Dodger Stadium returns to full capacity for the team’s 7:10 p.m. game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Limited tickets remain available at Dodgers.com/tickets.

The first 25,000 fans in attendance tomorrow will receive a Justin Turner bobblehead presented by Spectrum, and special Reopening Day ceremonies will include Brad Paisley performing the anthem and the ESPYs celebrating the club’s 2020 World Championship. The Dodgers will also be wearing their special-edition gold trimmed jerseys and caps (previously worn on Opening Weekend) to mark the occasion.

For the first time, all activations in the new Centerfield Plaza will be fully open tomorrow with Dodger alumni roaming the plaza to greet fans. Starting tomorrow, 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 presented by Spectrum will be available for fans’ enjoyment.

Auto gates will open two hours prior to the game while stadium gates will open 1.5 hours prior to first pitch. The team will also host a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic in the Centerfield Plaza at Tuesday and Wednesday’s games, where ticketholders can receive their vaccine through the seventh inning and receive a voucher for two tickets to a future 2021 home game while supplies last. The homestand concludes Wednesday (7:10 p.m. vs. Phillies, when the first 40,000 fans will receive a Mookie Betts jersey presented by Budweiser.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health strongly recommends that all fans who are not fully vaccinated continue to wear face coverings while attending a game unless they are actively eating or drinking or are otherwise exempt from having to wear a face covering. Fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear a face covering while attending a game. In accordance with the California Department of Public Health Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings (effective June 15, 2021), unvaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask or appropriate face covering while in indoor public settings such as retail stores and restaurants while not actively eating or drinking. Fans who are not fully vaccinated should comply with the Guidance and wear a face covering while indoors. Dodger Stadium employees who interact with the public will continue to wear face coverings at this time.

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