It’s time to step up to the plate! The Santa Clarita City Council invites residents to purchase tickets for the 41st Annual City of Santa Clarita Dodger Day and watch the reigning National League Champion Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Cincinnati Reds at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, May 12, at 6:10 p.m.
Tickets start as low as $25 per person and can be purchased online by visiting SCVDodgerDay.com.
A portion of each ticket purchased through the Dodger Day website will be donated back to local non-profits and schools. Attendees will be able to specify which charity or school they want to support during their registration. Youth organizations that sell 25 or more tickets will be able to have their group line-up on the warning track before the game to be featured on DodgerVision.
Prior to facing the Reds, the Dodgers will hold their annual Alumni Game, where two teams of Dodger legends will take the field to show off their timeless skills. Fans in attendance will also receive a special Los Angeles Dodgers 60th Anniversary Cap, while supplies last.
“Dodger Day is a time-honored Santa Clarita tradition and a great way to enjoy a game with your neighbors. In addition to a day of fun at the ballpark, Dodger Day is also a way to support our schools and non-profits,” said Patrick Downing, Arts and Events Supervisor for the City of Santa Clarita.
Ticket prices range from $25 Preferred Reserve seats to $75 Loge Box MVP seats. Fans will also be able to purchase tickets in the Coca-Cola Right Field Pavilion, which includes unlimited Dodger Dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, Coke products and water. A limited amount of tickets are available in each seating tier. Each school and non-profit group that sells more than 10 tickets will receive a rebate.
For more information, please visit SCVDodgerDay.com or contact Patrick Downing at (661) 250-3783.
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