Winter is coming to Dodger’s Stadium this year, with a holiday festival that will include an ice rink, delicious meals and visits with Santa.
From November 26 through December 31, guests can visit the newly renovated Centerfield Plaza and enjoy nightly entertainment, light shows, holiday-themed food and drinks, and a photo opportunity with Mr. Klaus himself, the Dodgers announce Monday.
The Dodgers Holiday runs from 5 pm to 10 pm on weekdays and from 3 pm to 10 pm on weekends.
Tickets start at $16 and you will be Available to buy online Only starting at 10 am Wednesday. Entry is free for children under 3 years old. Tickets will be sold out in two time slots per day, for entry before 7pm or after 7pm, to reduce congestion and very long entry lines.
Parking rates start at $12 and can be pre-booked online.
It will be a white Christmas at Dodger Stadium with a lighted outdoor ice skating experience constructed across the stadium. The 80-foot-by-60-foot ice rink will run 30-minute sessions each day.
“Santa Claus is going to land his sled at the bulls’ field on the third oldest Grand Slam this winter!” Dodgers said, adding that reservations will be required for one-hour time slots for professional photos with Santa.
Photo tickets with Santa Claus start at $40 and include a digital download of all photos.
The festival will also include a bounce house, light shows, and interactive installations, along with foods inspired by the season, including grilled starters, desserts, cocktails, handcrafted beer, wine, and hot chocolate.
All attendees will be required to show proof of complete COVID-19 vaccination at the stadium entry gates or a negative coronavirus test taken within 72 hours prior to the event’s start time.
A statement from the organization states, “The Dodgers strongly encourage all attendees to wear a mask in all areas of the festival unless they are actively eating or drinking.”
Last year, the stadium hosted a test drive as coronavirus cases rose in the county during the holiday season.