Dodger Stadium to host mobile vaccination clinic starting this homestand

Clinic in Centerfield Plaza to offer voucher for two tickets to future 2021 home game for first 1,000 fans that receive vaccine during games

June 9th, 2021

LOS ANGELES – While the Dodger Stadium mass vaccination site closed last month, the Dodgers continue to support Los Angeles’ and California’s vaccination efforts by offering 2021 single-game tickets, 2022 season tickets and messages of encouragement to the community to get vaccinated.

Starting at the Dodgers’ upcoming June 11-16 homestand, in partnership with the Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Los Angeles Fire Department and Major League Baseball’s Vaccinate at the Plate Program, the Dodgers will host a small vaccination clinic in the Centerfield Plaza during home games. The mobile unit will be open to all ticketholders and be operational from the time stadium gates open through the seventh inning. The first 1,000 fans to be vaccinated at the in-game Dodger Stadium mobile unit will receive a voucher for two tickets to a future 2021 home game. 

The Dodgers are also participating in a vaccination sweepstakes through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, where one lucky fan will win a pair (2) of season tickets for the 2022 season. The sweepstakes is open to Los Angeles County residents 18 years and older that are receiving their first vaccine or who bringing a first-time vaccine recipient with them to their second dose appointment at City and County-run vaccination sites. The sweepstakes began June 4 and runs through Thursday, June 10. Official rules and participating site locations can be found at this link.

Additionally, the team has released public service announcements in both English and Spanish in partnership with both Univision and the Governor’s Office’s Vaccinate All 58 campaign, featuring Dave Roberts, Julio Urías, David Price, Jaime Jarrín and Fernando Valenzuela.

For almost an entire year, Dodger Stadium served as the center of Los Angeles’ efforts to combat COVID-19 and was home to one of the country’s largest testing and vaccination sites. Over 1 million COVID-19 tests were administered and nearly a half million vaccine doses were given on-site. The drive-thru testing site opened May 26, 2020 and the mass vaccination site administered its final dose on May 21.