Here's what you need to know about concessions changes at Coors Field this season.

On Thursday, April 1, Coors Field opened at about 42% capacity for the Rockies' Opening Day game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. While there was a sense of normalcy to be back in the stands, you'll notice a few changes if you plan on attending a game this year. 

To reflect COVID-19 safety protocols, Coors Field changed the way concessions are operating, so you won't be eating and drinking throughout the nine innings quite the same way as pre-pandemic times. 

Here's what you need to know about concessions changes at Coors Field this season: 

  • Vendors are not selling snacks and drinks in the stands.
  • No sunflower seeds or shelled nuts are allowed. 
  • Single-size servings of food and non-alcoholic drinks are permitted. 
  • Sealed plastic bottled and empty reusable cups are allowed but will be carried through metal detectors.
  • All concession stands are open but will be cashless. Only credit cards are accepted. 
  • Concession lines are limited and spaced out. 
  • Soda is sold in cups with lids and straws. 
  • Condiments are only available in single-use packets upon purchase. 
  • There are no portable tables and chairs in the common areas, and fans must eat in their seats. 
  • There is no access to drink rails, including the Rooftop.
  • Standing room areas, including the Rooftop, are not open.
  • The Mountain Ranch Bar & Grill, Mountain Ranch Club, and Toyota Land Cruiser Club are open for dining and follow the state's restaurant protocols. 
  • Mobile beverage ordering is available on the club level.

Read the complete Coors Field safety protocols here

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