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Dodgers News: 2020 FanFest Date Announced

Saturday, January 25th, Dodger Stadium Hosts Dodgers FanFest



On Thursday night, Spectrum SportsNetLA anchor John Hartung confirmed the date for the Dodgers annual FanFest. Our editor caught the date and posted the tweet below.

Yes, mark Saturday, January 25th at Dodger Stadium on your calendars!

An Annual Experience

Dodgers FanFest is an annual get together for many Dodger fans. Last year’s FanFest was heavily covered by Dodgers Nation. FanFest 2019 also brought a rather notorious sour note for many Dodger faithful, when Stan Kasten decided to speak too candidly.

Past events have offered exclusive opportunities and access you can’t get elsewhere. So expect the options to include meet and greets with players past and present, a chance to play a little catch in the bullpen with players, and most importantly, a sea of blue Dodger fans in the Ravine, enjoying the environment of Blue Heaven on earth.

Will Dodgers Nation Be On Hand? You Bet

Much like previous years, the Dodgers Nation crew will be on hand to capture some of the best interviews. We’ll also peruse the construction on the stadium updates, and  mingle with other Dodger faithful. Look for wall-to-wall content on the day, so that if you cannot attend, we can give you first hand accounts of the things that went on.

Hopefully this year, the Dodger brass will not insinuate that ticket sales are the same as winning!

While the Dodgers website hasn’t officially listed the event as of yet, tickets need to be secured for the eveny. In the past, the event has been free, but the player activities do cost money. So don’t delay, they will definitely sell out very quickly.

Visit Dodgers.com/fanfest for more information as it becomes available, or keep checking DodgersNation.com for updates. We’ll have them ready!

Written by AJ Gonzalez

AJ is a lifelong Dodgers fan who grew up in California. His whole family are also lifelong Dodgers fans. He lives in Tennessee with his wife, daughter, beagle, and strat.

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  1. I have attended 3,300 games at Dodger Stadium over 58 years… am totally fed up with Guggenheim and their cold hearted treatment of the loyal fan base.. I hope a boycott of FanFest will be the first step of sending a message to them…Opening Day needs to be step 2… a half empty stadium….

  2. Boycott this event. Dont have smithers aka kasten talk. Ever since last years fan fest. This front office has lied to fans. My love for the dodgers is wearing thin. This front office is a joke. I could get paid to do nothing. Stop showing up to the games. Ownership are just penny pinching bastards.

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