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Do You Know Why Dodger Stadium Called Chavez Ravine?
Chavez Ravine is located in an area of Los Angeles California called Sulphur Canyon and plays home to one of the most famous baseball parks in the county Dodger Stadium. It is called Chavez Ravine because it is named after Julian Chavez who was a Los Angeles city councilman in the 19th century. In 1844 Julian Chavez purchased a plot of land in the Elysian Park area and over time expanded it to roughly 318 acres. Before becoming Chavez Ravine, the area was called “Cemetery Ravine,” after old Calvary which is a Roman Catholic cemetery located in Los Angeles and is now known as the New Calvary Cemetery.
Dodger 2015 Bobbleheads Games are some of the biggest games on the Dodgers schedule. Who doesn’t love heading out to Dodger Stadium? Dodger Dogs, Iced Cold Drink and getting a free Dodgers Bobblehead!
Dodgers 2015 Bobbleheads schedule
Tuesday, May 12 (7:10pm) Dodgers vs. Marlins will be Bobblehead #1 for the season and might be the most anticipated Dodgers 2015 Bobbleheads Games. Clayton Kershaw! The Dodgers pitching ace will be the first Bobblehead of the 2015 Dodgers season. Get Dodgers vs Marlins tickets. Keep on reading!
Here is a look at the AC/DC Dodger Stadium seating chart for their September 28th concert in Los Angeles. You can view the floor configuration for theAC/DC Dodger Stadium seating Chart as well as purchase AC/DC Tickets.
AC/DC Dodger Stadium Seating Chart Stage Set Up:
The AC/DC Stage set up will be in Dodger Stadium center field. The AC/DC stage itself has a mini stage that extends from the larger stage which goes out into the crowd.
There are nine sections that go across the Dodger Stadium Center Field. Sections A – J (there is no section “I”). Section E on the floor is dead center in front of the AC/DC stage and has the mini ramp that extends into it.
The second row of sections K – P begin pass the Dodger Stadium infield. Sections M and N are center. These sections have fewer rows then the first sections (A-J).
AC/DC Dodger Stadium seating chart doesn’t not reflect where the monitors will be if there is any. Most likely AC/DC will have large monitors on each side of the stage such as Paul McCartney did for his Dodger Stadium concert.
Here are some different views of concerts at Dodger Stadium so you can get a better feel of the AC/DC Dodger Stadium seating chart.
View of Concert Stage at Dodger Stadium
The Floor at Dodger Stadium Concert
Dodger Stadium Concert Seating Floor
Concert Dodger Stadium view
Top Deck view concert at Dodger Stadium
Dodger Stadium Itself:
Dodger Stadium holds 56,000 for a Dodgers Game.
Left Field – 330 feet (101 m)
Medium Left-Center – 360 feet (110 m)
True Left-Center – 375 feet (114 m)
Center Field – 400 feet (122 m)*
True Right-Center – 375 feet (114 m)
Medium Right-Center – 360 feet (110 m)
Right Field – 330 feet (101 m)
Backstop – 55 feet (17 m)
You can purchase tickets for their Dodger Stadium concert as well as AC/DC Tickets for all dates of their Rock or Bust World Concert Tour. Barry’s Tickets has no service fee’s or hidden charges on any tickets.
Barry’s Ticket Office is located 3.7 Miles from Dodger Stadium
Located minutes from the Dodger Stadium Barry’s Tickets has been the go to ticket broker for all Los Angeles Concerts, Sports and Theater events for over 30 years. Fast, easy and convenient for picking up or purchasing tickets even after the event starts.
AC/DC Dodger Stadium Seating Chart is subject to change. If you have questions about the Stadium itself and what you can and cannot bring in with you at the AC/DC concert you can check the website for up to date current information.
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There are multiple Dodger Stadium Parking entrances. To avoid traffic you can map out your route to Dodger Stadium via Google Maps.
How much does Dodger Stadium Parking Cost:
There is $5.00 parking available at Dodger Stadium Parking Off-Site Locations. These are Dodger Stadium Parking Lot 13 and Lot 14 and cost just $5.00. Please note these are offsite on Stadium Way and allow for easy entrance and exit into Dodger Stadium. There is an uphill walk to the Stadium from these lots.
The Los Angeles Dodgers finished last season with a 94-68 record although they we knocked out in the NL Division round by St Louis Cardinals the Dodger Nation was still there to support their boys in blue on a nightly bases at Dodger Stadium as it ranked first in attendance with 3, 782,337 fans going to the Stadium.
Dodger Tickets Prices
The cheapest Dodgers tickets last season were $2.00 per ticket while the most expensive Dodgers tickets were in the Dugout Club at $2,250.00 per ticket. Throughout the regular season the average price of Dodgers tickets on the secondary market was $19.00 on the low end and $95.00 on the high end.
Here is a guide to the 2015 Dodgers Ticket Prices for their Home Games at Dodger Stadium, Opponent and one of the most important factors the Promotion or Giveaway for that night.
ANGELS Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $17.00 | Low Price $14.00
Although no giveaways or promotions when the Angels come to Dodger Stadium this season the cross town rivalry can keep Angels vs Dodgers ticket prices on the higher side still the average price per ticket is cheaper for Dodger Stadium games than the $40.00 per ticket average to see them play at Angel Stadium.
ATHLETICS Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $8.00
The Dodgers vs Athletics Wednesday July 29th game will feature a bobblehead giveaway so prices for that game could end up being a bit higher than for the Tuesday the 28th. .
BRAVES Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $33.00 | Low Price $12.00
Dodgers vs Braves ticket prices for their May 25th and May 27th games at Dodger Stadium will be higher due to the promotional giveaway of the Dodgers Garden Gnome on the 25th, and Coaster Set on the 27th. Braves vs Dodgers on giveaway nights average ticket price is $37.00.
BREWERS Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $31.00 | Low Price $11.00
Last season the Dodgers only won once in the six times they played. The Saturday night game on July 11th is Bobblehead night #5 while the Sunday game on July 12th is Kid’s Hamper giveaway.
CARDINALS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $30.00 | Low Price $15.00
The Dodgers vs Cardinals games will see three giveaway nights at Dodger Stadium in the four games played. The June 4th Bobblehead #3 giveaway and June 6th Kids Cereal Bowl will both be big games.
CUBS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $32.00 | Low Price $22.00
When the Cubs come to Dodger Stadium in August two of the games will be promotional nights with the Aug 29th game being Collectors Pin for Cy Young winner Orel Hershiser. Dodgers vs Cubs ticket prices will be higher because the Cubs only play three times in LA, the games are on the weekend as well as two being giveaway nights.
D-BACKS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $10.00
The Diamondbacks and Dodgers will play ten times at Dodger Stadium with five o f the games being giveaway nights including the last bobblehead giveaway night on Sept 24th, Sleeved Blanket, Dodgers Tote Bag, T-Shirt giveaway and Yasiel Puig Replica Jersey giveaway. DBacks vs Dodgers ticket prices tend to be higher on the giveaway and promotional nights Average ticket price is $36.00 per ticket and Low Price is $14.00 per ticket on average.
GIANTS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $47.00 | Low Price $20.00
Besides winning the World Series the Giants vs Dodgers ticket prices have always been on the high side do to the rivalry. The 2013 average ticket price for a Giants vs Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium was the lowest in years at $24.00 per ticket. If you went to see them play at AT&T Park the average ticket price $74.00. The Giveaway nights which include Cy Young Collectors Pin of Don Drysdale, Fleece Blanket, Fathers Day BBQ and Bobblehead number #8 will have a higher average ticket price and higher low end price by 10 to 20% depending on the game.
MARINERS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $45.00 | Low Price $14.00
There will be much stronger demand for the Mariners vs Dodgers tickets on the April 15th Wednesday night game will have due to the Adult Jackie Robinson Replica Jersey giveaway night. Low end ticket prices can start around $20.00 per ticket.
MARLINS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $20.00 | Low Price $10.00
The Marlins vs Dodgers game on May 12th will feature the first bobblehead giveaway night of the 2015 regular season. Once announced the lower end ticket price can raise as much as 110% percent to around $20 per ticket and average ticket price for that game is $39.00 per ticket.
METS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $31.00 | Low Price $15.00
The July 4th game between the Mets and Dodgers will have a higher low end price due to the game being on a Saturday Night as well as July 4th and a fireworks show. The lower price can run for that game can start around $27.00 per ticket.
NATIONALS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $15.00
The Nationals vs Dodgers ticket prices for the August 8th game will tend to have a higher “get in” price of $17.00 and average ticket price of $32.00 due to the Fernando Valenzuela Cy Young Collectors pin giveaway.
PADRES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $15.00
The Padres vs Dodgers ticket prices for the April 6th game which is the Dodgers Opening Day game for the 2015 regular season will have a higher average ticket price range from as well as a higher “Get In” lower end price due to the demand for Opening Day Tickets. The lower price range for the other four promotional giveaway games which include Replica Dodgers Pullover Jacket, Bobblehead #2 and closing day of the regular season which is fan appreciation day can average $21.00.
PHILLIES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $42.00 | Low Price $17.00
The Phillies vs Dodgers ticket prices for the July 6th game which is bobblehead giveaway #4 can have a higher “Get In” price of $20.00 per ticket as well as the July 8th Hello Kitty Plush giveaway away night. The Hello Kitty giveaway nights are one of the strongest promotional nights year to year at Dodger Stadium.
PIRATES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $14.00
The Pirates vs Dodgers ticket prices will be higher on average for their Saturday September 19th game by about 20% due to being late in the season as well as a weekend game. The September 20th game is honoring Clayton Kershaw and attendees will receive a Cy Young Collectors Pin. Both the average price and get in price for this game will be about 20-30% higher than normal and if Clayton is pitching on that day price averages can go higher.
RANGERS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $12.00
The Rangers vs Dodgers game on Thursday June 18th will be slightly higher than the June 17th game do t the Collectors Cy Young Pin for honoring Dodgers Mike Marshall. Lower end Get Ins for that game can start about $17.00 per ticket.
REDS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $34.00 | Low Price $13.00
The Reds vs Dodgers ticket prices will vary for each game due to the promotional giveaway and being played on a weekend. The Aug 13th Thursday is bobblehead #7 giveaway and ticket prices can start around $20.00 per ticket. The Saturday night game can start around $14.00 per ticket and the Sunday game is a promotional giveaway and possible day game can start around $15.00 per ticket.
ROCKIES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $45.00 | Low Price $13.00
The Rockies vs Dodgers ticket prices can fluctuate 30% or more on both the average price range and low end get in the door price range depending on the giveaway night or weekend game. While the April 17th game can have $10.00 to $11.00 “Get in” price the May 14th game honoring Sandy Koufax can average $14.00 Get In the door price and the May 16th Rockies vs Dodgers game attendees receive a 1965 World Series Replica ring bringing the average lower end Get In up to $26.00 per ticket.
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Barry’s Tickets is located minutes from Dodger Stadium. Our downtown office next to the Staples Center makes it fast, easy and convenient for picking up or purchasing LA sports tickets even after the game starts Barry’s Tickets Los Angeles office is open from 9am – 9pm seven days a week inside the Luxe Hotel.
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Here are some different views from sections in the Top Deck View Dodger Stadium.
Top Deck View Dodger Stadium
TOP DECK LEVEL DODGER STADIUM
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In the Dodgers recent series victory over the Angels in the freeway series they received a much needed strong performance from veteran right-hander Dan Haren who gave up no earned runs in seven and one third innings pitched, after retiring the first fifteen batters he faced. Haren’s quality start came on the heels of five consecutive poor outings that left many questioning his spot in the rotation. Haren’s effort gave the Dodgers faithful some faith in his ability down the stretch, quieting some of the critics who questioned why the Dodgers didn’t acquire a big name starting pitcher at the recent trade deadline.
The positivity around Haren’s solid performance was short-lived with reports that veteran starter Josh Beckett may be out for the season after being placed on the fifteen day DL with a hip impingement and groin strain. According to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com this may be the end of the road for Beckett who reported that the right-hander has a torn labrum and cysts in his left hip. The injury reportedly won’t heal without surgery with Gurnick reporting that teammates feel Beckett might retire. Beckett was viewed by many as the logical 4th starter in the playoffs after putting together an outstanding season. Beckett was 6-6 on the year but his record didn’t reflect how strong of a season he put together. After starting the year with a no-hitter, Beckett was consistently good all season with a 2.88 ERA. It was a great comeback for a pitcher who had struggled the last couple of seasons.
With Beckett likely out the Dodgers acquired Roberto Hernandez from the Philadelphia Phillies for two players to be named later. Hernandez, who used to go by the assumed name Fausto Carmona when he was a member of the Cleveland Indians, made an immediate start in Beckett’s spot in the rotation on Friday versus the Brewers. Carmona pitched well, giving up just two earned runs in six innings, retiring the last seventeen batter he faced. Manager Don Mattingly inexplicably batted Justin Turner for Hernandez in the top of the seventh, because the Dodgers were down 2-1, even though the starter had tossed just 65 pitches. The Dodgers evened the score at two in the seventh only to see the Brewers blow the game open in the bottom of the seventh, helped by a defensive miscue by Turner.
Two days after acquiring Hernandez the Dodgers finalized a deal with the Minnesota Twins for veteran right-hander Kevin Correia, in exchange for a minor league player to be named later. The acquisition of Correia won’t have a massive impact on the Dodgers rotation but it will give them another veteran capable of starting games or pitching in long relief, much like Paul Maholm, who was lost to the season to a knee injury. Correia, who has a 4.94 ERA this season, will not excite Dodgers fans, but he will give the team a potential better option in Carlos Frias as the emergency starter and long reliever. Chris M.
The Dodgers return home on August 11th for a three game home stand against the Brewers which will include Friday Night Fireworks Aug 15th, “The Natural” screening Aug 16th and Kids Lunch Box giveaway on Sunday Aug 17th. You can see the entire month of August Dodger Game Giveaways now. Dodgers Vs Brewers Tickets start at just $5.00 a ticket.
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If you are looking for VIP treatment at Dodgers Game then these Dodgers Dugout Club Seats are for you! The Dodgers Dugout Club seats put you so close to the action that you will feel like you’re on the team. The Dodgers Dugout Club seats run from the Visitors all the way to the Dodgers Dugout so no matter if you’re sitting behind the team or behind home plate, there is no closer seating anywhere in Dodger Stadium. Dodgers Dugout Club seats that lets you hear the pop of the catcher’s glove, players and managers argue with ump’s, watching the on-deck batter swinging the bat and of course any sliding play at home right there to see everything.