In a press conference on Friday, Dodgers president Stan Kasten provided an update on the All-Star Game originally scheduled at Dodger Stadium for this year. More importantly, he provided information on options fans who had tickets for this year’s now-canceled mid-summer classic.
Fans who had tickets to the 2020 All-Star Game, they can keep their tickets on the account for 2022.
You can get refunds Monday if need be.
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First off, the Dodgers and MLB announced on Friday that Los Angeles had officially been awarded the 2022 All-Star Game. 2021 had already been set to be hosted by the Atlanta Braves.
Here’s more about what fans can expect with tickets.
For people who had tickets to this year’s All-Star Game, if they want to keep their tickets on account, we would encourage that and we are providing an incentive for those people to keep their money on account with us. If you want a refund, on Monday you will be able to go to the website and get your refund.
Fans should be receiving communication from the team within the next few days on what their next steps will look like. Kasten did not elaborate on what the incentives will look like for fans that choose to keep their tickets on their account.
More information can usually be found on Dodgers.com/updates