Dodgers Tickets Available For NLCS Drive-In Viewing Parties At Dodger Stadium

The Los Angeles Dodgers are holding National League Championship Series drive-in viewing parties at Dodger Stadium, beginning Monday night with Game 1. First pitch at Globe Life Field is set for 5:08 p.m. PT and the game will be a Fox national broadcast.

“We have the best fans in baseball, and the support of Dodger fans has meant so much to us this year,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said in a statement.

“We wish we could be playing in front of 56,000 fans at Dodger Stadium Monday, but we’re excited that the Dodgers have created a safe way for the community to come together and hopefully cheer us on to the World Series.”

Dodgers premium and season ticket members were given access to an exclusive presale prior to them becoming available to the general public. Admission is $75 per car and must be purchased in advance. No on-site ticket sales will be available; hey can be purchased at

Viewing will take place on 60-foot screens in Dodger Stadium parking lots 2 and 3, with audio broadcast through FM radio. Concessions will not be available, and fans are encouraged to bring their own food and beverages, though alcohol is prohibited.

The Dodgers are staging the NLCS viewings in accordance with L.A. County’s re-opening protocols for drive-in movie theaters. As such, outdoor seating will not be permitted, and fans will be required to physical distance and wear a face covering should they need to access the restroom.

A full list of safety measures and security protocols at Dodger Stadium can be found here. Dodger Stadium parking gates will open one hour prior to the start time of each game.

Dodgers excited to welcome fans to NLCS

While their preference would have been to reap the benefits of home-field advantage as the team with the best record in baseball, the Dodgers are looking forward to a limited number of fans being permitted to attend he NLCS.

“It’s a welcome adjustment, I think, to have fans in the stands,” Clayton Kershaw said. “It will be different. I think maybe fake crowd noise and real crowd noise, it might be a welcome adjustment for us. I think that would be great, honestly.”

Upon entering the MLB postseason bubble in Dallas, the Dodgers were accompanied by family members who had been in a separate quarantine paid for by team ownership.

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