Oracle Park is the place to be this summer. The Giants will play their first game of the 2019 summer at Oracle Park on Monday, June 24 and will host 39 games at home before fall begins. During these upcoming six homestands there are a number of unique and special events and activities for fans to enjoy from concerts and summer holiday celebrations to new in-park attractions. Below are a few of the highlights.
- Levi’s Summer Concert Series – This free, summer concert series will take place in Seals Plaza at Oracle Park from 5:01 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. before each Friday home game from July through September. For more information, please go to sfgiants.com/levis. The line-up of performers features:
July 5 –Windy Hill
July 19 – Barry Zito
August 9 – Tim Flannery
August 30 – Tainted Love
September 13 – Rumbache
September 27 – Mustache Harbor
- Movie Night on the Field at Oracle Park – Bohemian Rhapsody (Sing-Along) on Saturday, July 13 playing on the new 4K scoreboard. The Killer Queens will perform from 6:30-7:30 p.m. with the movie beginning at 7:30 p.m. followed by fireworks. $15 general admission; a portion of ticket sales will be donated to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. For more information, please go to sfgiants.com/events.
- Hall of Bobbleheads – During any game, fans are invited to visit the new Hall of Bobbleheads and celebrate the Giants’ great bobblehead history. In 1999, the Giants became the first team to offer a bobblehead as a gate giveaway item. Fans now have the opportunity to create their very own virtual bobblehead, which will be emailed directly to them as well as displayed inside the Hall of Bobbleheads on the Virtual Gallery, a state-of-the-art 12 foot by 4 foot video wall. The Hall of Bobbleheads is located in centerfield at the Peet’s @Cafe at Oracle Park.
- Apollo at the Park – In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, the Giants, in partnership with the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum, are showcasing a statue re-creation of Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit. The statue has been created using the Smithsonian’s 3-D scan of the spacesuit and has been hand painted. Fans can use their smartphone cameras to scan parts of the suit, including the Apollo 11 patch, NASA logo, American Flag and glove patch, to access videos and information about the Apollo 11 mission,
astronauts and the anniversary. The statue is accessible during any Giants game and is located on the Promenade Level, next to the World Series Trophy case.
- Waterfront Bar – Set to open after the All-Star Game break, this new social gathering spot, ideal for Ballpark Pass holders, will be located directly below the scoreboard just above the bleachers in centerfield.
For detailed information on all of these events and to view the best ticket deals this summer at Oracle Park, especially for the July 4th and Labor Day weekends, please go to sfgiants.com/tickets.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Junior Giants season is also now underway. This free, noncompetitive program annually serves 24,000 participants across 85 underserved communities in California, Nevada and Oregon. Over the course of the summer, boys and girls learn the fundamentals of baseball and softball while simultaneously being introduced to important lessons in Character Development, Education, Health and Violence Prevention. Sign up to play or support a league by visiting gojrgiants.org between now and August 4.