The Dodgers have been holding off on putting tickets on sale for the month of May. After putting April games up for grabs early on, the club opted to keep May home games under wraps until they could get a firm grasp on what the capacity numbers would be.
The good news is that the Dodgers are putting tickets for the first homestand in May on sale today. Fans looking to attend a home game between May 11th and May 20th should go to the team website at 12 p.m. Pacific Time to purchase.
The Dodgers will be facing the Seattle Mariners, Miami Marlins, and Arizona Diamondbacks in that stretch of games. That will come on the heels of a 10-game road trip that starts at the end of April in Milwaukee.
The Dodgers are also encouraging fans to visit their Dodgers.com/FanSafety to learn more about the stadium’s current policies and procedures. The team had to adjust a few things to stay up-to-date with Los Angeles County’s current guidelines under the COVID-19 safety protocols.
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