Fans can enter FanFest using one of three Oracle Park
Dignity Health Q&A Theater
The Dignity Health Q&A Theater will be stationed in Seals Plaza. From 10am-11am, Giants Spanish Broadcaster Erwin Higueros will conduct interviews with Spanish speaking Giants players and alumni. From 11am-3pm, you will find KNBR talent conducting live interviews with players, coaches and medical staff. Fans will have the opportunity to ask questions to the players and featured VIPs. The theater can only be accessed from inside the ballpark; through the Garden on field level. The theater will not be accessible from outside the ballpark. Theater capacity will be closely monitored and enforced.
Fans will find players, coaches, alumni, broadcasters and other Giants VIPs signing autographs at designated locations throughout Oracle Park. Autograph stations will be on the Alaska Airlines Club Level at Section 231(for kids 16 & under only), in the Alaska Airlines Loft and on the View Level at Sections 316 and 332. Please be advised that lines will be long. VIPs will rotate between stations approximately every 50 minutes. Posed photos are not permitted; limit one autograph per person, per VIP and waiting for the next group of VIPs is not permitted. The lines must continuously move. The Giants aim to keep fans waiting in line informed of the wait times throughout the day, but it is likely that not all fans in line will receive an autograph.
If a guest is unable to stand in line due to mobility, they can visit the autograph station exit to receive an access pass for a designated return time (mirroring the main line wait time). The access pass allows the guest to return to that autograph station's exit to be integrated into the line. The access pass will be valid for the pass holder and up to 3 guests only.
Fans will have the chance to take a selfie with players, coaches, alumni, broadcasters and other Giants VIPs at the Selfie Station on the View Level at Section 302. Please be advised that lines will be long. VIPs will rotate between stations approximately every 50 minutes. Limit one selfie per person, per VIP and waiting for the next group of VIPs is not permitted. The lines must continuously move. The Giants aim to keep fans waiting in line informed of the wait times throughout the day, but it is possible that not all fans in line will receive a selfie.
If a guest is unable to stand in line due to mobility, they can visit the selfie station exit to receive an access pass for a designated return time (mirroring the main line wait time). The access pass allows the guest to return to that station's exit to be integrated into the line. The access pass will be valid for the pass holder and up to 3 guests only.
As always, taking transit, walking, or biking are the best ways to reach Oracle Park. Those planning to drive or take transit should plan ahead using the resources below. Please allow extra time due to construction and Port/ship activity in the area.
Fans taking public transportation should be aware of modifications to Caltrain and Muni's normal service. All other public transit services will operate on a regular Saturday schedule. Please use trip-planning apps or visit individual operators' websites for up-to-the-minute information on arrivals.
- Caltrain: Allow extra time due to the Caltrain Electrification Tunnel Work. As on all weekends since October, northbound rail service ends just south of San Francisco, at Bayshore Station, with express buses providing connections to and from 4th and King Station, just one block from Oracle Park. Caltrain will have buses waiting at the Bayshore station for each train arrival and will have ambassadors on hand to help guide people to the correct bus. Caltrain will run an extra northbound train to get fans to the ballpark for the beginning of FanFest, at 10 a.m.
- See the full schedule to identify a train time that works for you. After the event, please refer to the regular weekend schedule.
- Muni Metro: The N-Judah and two special ballpark trains will provide normal service along the Embarcadero to and from Oracle Park. Due to construction on the UCSF platform in Mission Bay, the T-Third will be replaced by buses running approximately every nine minutes from Embarcadero Station (board on Spear Street between Market and Mission streets) to Sunnydale via Oracle Park (with temporary bus stops along the sidewalk at the 2nd and King intersection). All rail lines will run as normal between Embarcadero Station and westward points, including the entirety of the Market Street and Twin Peaks tunnels.
- For real-time information on bus and train arrivals:
- Due to construction activity around Oracle Park, there is limited parking north of the park at Pier 30/32 and 1 Bryant. Located on the Embarcadero at Bryant Street, Pier 30/32 and 1 Bryant are a 10-minute walk along the waterfront to Oracle Park. Lots open at 8 a.m. Cost is $10, cash only.
- Lot A will be open, but lane closures on 3rd Street could cause increased congestion in the area. Fans coming from the south should exit I-280 North from Cesar Chavez or Mariposa and access Lot A or Pier 48 via Illinois and Terry A. Francois Boulevard. Lots open at 8 a.m. Cost is $10, cash only.
- Operated by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, secure bike parking will be available on the Portwalk near the Dignity Health Center.
Food and Beverage
Concession stands will be open throughout the ballpark serving food and drink (including alcohol).
Oracle Park Hidden Gems
Fans are encouraged to tour the Giants Press Box and see the field from the media's perspective. Fans can also visit The Garden, located behind the centerfield wall, to see fruits and vegetables growing in a unique setting. The three World Series Championship Trophies and Rings are located on the Promenade Level, directly behind home plate.
KNBR Broadcast Stage
From 10:00am-3:00pm KNBR talent will broadcast live from the KNBR Stage in front of Sections 126/127, interviewing Giants players, coaches and executives throughout the day. Fans can sit in the stands to watch and listen to their favorite players and KNBR personalities.
Getting On & Off the Field
The following sections will be open for entrance and exit: 129, 104, 102, 101
The following sections will be open for exit only: 109, 148, 147, 146, 145
2019 Giants single game tickets can be purchased at the Box Office on King Street adjacent to Willie Mays Plaza beginning at 8:00 a.m. Tickets will also be sold inside the park, once gates open.
New for 2019, Giants tickets are mobile only via the Ballpark app. Visit the Digital Dugout inside the Visitor's Dugout to learn more about the free MLB Ballpark app. Staff will be onsite to help you download, login, buy tickets and more. At FanFest only, those who download the app can purchase tickets without fees and redeem a FREE mystery item.
FanFest will take place rain or shine. Come prepared!