Now through 11:59 p.m. September 11, you can register for a chance to purchase tickets for potential 2016 playoff games at Dodger Stadium, before they go on sale to the general public.
Registration ends for possible Wild Card, National League Division Series and National League Championship Series tickets at 11:59 p.m. September 11. (Registration will remain open after that date for World Series ticket opportunities.)
Winners of the random drawing for the opportunity to buy tickets for the non-World Series games should expect notification by September 13.
For more information, click here.
— Jon Weisman
Ticket packages for the 17th annual event purchased directly through dodgers.com/jewish include a ticket for the game and a commemorative Dodgers T-Shirt.
Head here for a list of more special events and theme games at Dodger Stadium between now and the end of the regular season.
— Cary Osborne
By Cary Osborne
Almost 50 years to the date after the Beatles performed at Dodger Stadium, the band’s massive presence will be felt again in the same ballpark.
Dodger Stadium will host Beatles Night on August 26. That same night, the Dodgers will clash with the National League Central leading Chicago Cubs.
The Dodgers are offering a ticket package that includes a ticket to the game and a co-branded Beatles/Dodger 50th Anniversary Beach Towel. Tickets can be purchased at dodgers.com/beatles. The beach towel is available exclusively through this link.
The Beatles tribute band “The Fab Four” will perform prior to the game, beginning at approximately 6 p.m. Brian Ray, a guitarist for Sir Paul McCartney’s band, will perform the National Anthem that night.
To top it off, Friday Night Fireworks (presented by Denny’s) will feature a Beatles mix by “Breakfast with the Beatles” host Chris Carter.
The Beatles performed the penultimate show of their final tour at Dodger Stadium on August 28, 1966. They played two shows — ever — after Dodger Stadium: Candlestick Park in San Francisco on August 29 and their rooftop farewell at Apple Records headquarters in London in 1969.
By Cary Osborne
With eight, eight and 16, you get 32 — Dodger owner Magic Johnson’s number on the Lakers. You also get Lakers Night at Dodger Stadium on 8-8-16.
You can purchase a ticket package for the Dodgers’ August 8 7:10 p.m. game against the Philadelphia Phillies that gets you the same Dodgers/Lakers co-branded cap that new Lakers head coach Luke Walton wore on Saturday when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch. The cap is available only through the ticket package.
A ticket promotion for the Dodgers’ August 14 game against the Pirates has been linked to Corey Seager’s entry into Monday’s Home Run Derby.
Fans will be offered a $10 discount toward ticket purchases for the August 14 game — which also features a Magic Johnson Gnome giveaway (presented by Bank of America) for the first 40,000 fans — plus an additional $5 off for every round Seager advances (for a maximum of $25 off).
The ticket offer will launch at 8 p.m. Monday, after the Home Run Derby, and run through 5 p.m. Wednesday, while supplies last. You can find it at dodgers.com/seager.
— Jon Weisman
The Dodger-Korea connection continues July 5 with Korea Night at Dodger Stadium.
The game features a matchup between two teams with Korean-born players — the Dodgers and Hyun-Jin Ryu (who is on the disabled list but aiming for a July return to action) and the Baltimore Orioles with rookie outfielder Hyun Soo Kim.
Kim is the first Korean-born player in Orioles history. The Dodgers had the first Korean-born player in Major League history in Chan Ho Park (1994).
As part of a ticket package, the Dodgers are offering an exclusive Dodgers’ Korea Night T-Shirt. For more information or to purchase the package for individuals or a group, go to dodgers.com/korea.
That includes a pair of Dodger boxer shorts for the first 40,000 fans in attendance (compliments of Chef Merito Seasonings), and the opportunity to participate in a postgame catch on the field. Of course, you can begin your day by visiting Viva Los Dodgers at the Historic 76 Station behind center field.
Visit dodgers.com/fathersday through Wednesday at 5 p.m. to get your discount.
— Jon Weisman