Tickets for the rest of the 2021 season will go on sale on May 26!
There’s some good news for Orioles fans who have been waiting to see a game this year. The Orioles, after consolation with the Maryland Stadium Authority, City of Baltimore, and the State of Maryland will be increasing the capacity of Camden Yards to 100% beginning on Tuesday, June 1.
The stadium had been operating at 25% with pod seating, displacing many season ticket holders and putting limits on the number of fans allowed to sit together. Single tickets for the remainder of the season will go on sale on Wednesday, May 26, at noon.
A special presale opportunity will be available to fans who sign up for the Orioles newsletter two hours before tickets go on sale to the public. To get your invitation, sign up at mlb.com/orioles. A limited number of pod seats will still be available for fans who wish to continue to social distance. The ballpark will continue to use digital ticketing and cashless forms of payment for concessions, parking, and retail stores.
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Fans will still have to wear masks for the time being and fans will still be prohibited from bringing outside food and drink. There is also a ban on bags with the only exceptions being 5x7 clutch bags, diaper bags, and bags containing medically necessary items.
The Orioles have also released the full schedule for promotional nights during the season. Favorites like the Hawaiian shirt, Orioles bobblehead, and ball caps are returning along with new items like Mr. Trash Wheel water bottle and Jim Palmer bobblehead. So far, Kids Run the Bases is not returning but may be added sometime later in the summer. You can view a list of all of the current promotions at mlb.com/orioles/promotions.
Have you caught a game at Camden Yards, yet? Share in the comments which game you're most excited about attending.