Join the Dodgers as we host our annual Japan Night.
Fans will enjoy a Japanese-themed pregame, including a performance by the Japan Pom Pom Girls, a Taiko performance by LA Matsuri Taiko, an appearance by the 2013 Nisei Week Court and our National Anthem sung by 2011 Nisei Week Queen Erika Olsen.
In addition, stop by the Right Field Plaza before the game to learn how to make origami.
Special food items will be available for Japan night, including the Teriyaki Dog: a beef dog with Japanese mayo, teriyaki sauce, caramelized onions and nori seaweed, located at the Extreme Loaded Dodger Dog stand. Sushi, Sapporo and Kirin Frozen Draft are also available at select areas of the ballpark.
Tickets for the event are still available at www.dodgers.com/japan. Groups of 30 or more that order in advance will receive a Hello Kitty Mini Bobblehead. If interested in bringing a group, contact (323) 224-1421.
— Afton Kurth
By Britni Howze
The Dodgers present their annual Faith & Family Day on August 17 when they host the Milwaukee Brewers at 1:10 p.m. We invite you to join us for a day of family, fellowship and fun at the ballpark.
Following the game, Dodger players Clayton Kershaw, A.J. Ellis, Adrian Gonzalez, Scott Van Slyke and more will share their personal testimony with fans in attendance. We will also host special musical performances by former Voice contestant and current gospel singer Anthony Evans and Christian rock artist Dom Liberati.