Dodger Stadium Converts To A Drive-In Theater For The NLCS

Noble Horvath

LOS ANGELES, CA – Since fans are still unable to attend games in person, The Los Angeles Dodgers will make live games available on 60-foot screens for drive-in viewing parties at Dodger Stadium Monday. The National League Championship Series begins Monday against the Atlanta Braves in Arlington, Texas. Lots 2 […]

LOS ANGELES, CA – Since fans are still unable to attend games in person, The Los Angeles Dodgers will make live games available on 60-foot screens for drive-in viewing parties at Dodger Stadium Monday. The National League Championship Series begins Monday against the Atlanta Braves in Arlington, Texas.

Lots 2 and 3 will be converted to a drive-in theater format with audio broadcast through FM radio, with the same safety restrictions in place that are currently used for drive-in movie screenings in Los Angeles County.

Admission is $75 per car and must be purchased in advance online at Dodgers.com/DriveIn.

“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. “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.”

Concessions will not be available, and fans are encouraged to bring their own food and beverages, though alcohol is strictly prohibited.

No outdoor seating is permitted, and social distancing and mandatory face coverings will be enforced should fans need to access restrooms, which will be sanitized regularly.

Monday’s game begins at 5:08 p.m. Parking gates will open for the Dodger Stadium Drive-In one hour prior to game time.

The City News Service contributed to this report.

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