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Time Out says

Dodger Stadium (otherwise known as Chavez Ravine) has been home to the Dodgers since 1962, making it the third-oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Even so, it's one of the nicest ballparks in the country. While there, make sure to try a local favorite—the Doyer Dog, loaded with chili, nacho cheese, tomatoes, onions and jalapeños.

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1000 Vin Scully Ave
Los Angeles
90012
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Tickets $4-$130. Parking $15.
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LGBTQ+ Pride Night at Dodger Stadium

  • Sport events

Dodger blue joins the colors of the rainbow at the stadium’s annual Pride Night. Expect queer-focused Dodgers gear, a celebrity opening pitch and, following the game against the Mets, fireworks. Cue the kiss cam.

Dead & Company

  • Rock and indie

Deadheads everywhere shed a tear when the wildly popular Fare Thee Well shows marked the final concert appearance of the “core four” Grateful Dead members (Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh). But hope continues to be revived in the guise of Dead & Company. The lineup replaces bassist Phil Lesh—who departed for his own project, Phil and Friends—with Allman Brothers bassist Oteil Burbridge. And instead of previous Jerry Garcia stand-in Trey Anastasio on axe, they’ve added a newcomer that no one saw coming: bluesy singer-songwriter John Mayer.

Viva! L.A. Music Festival

  • Latin and world

Homegrown fest Viva L.A. is getting an upgrade to a full-blown stadium-caliber lineup this summer. J Balvin, Daddy Yankee, Kali Uchis and Becky G top the lineup for the 10th edition of Viva L.A. Music Festival on June 25 at Dodger Stadium. Tickets, which start at $199 plus fees, go on sale Saturday, April 2 at 10am. A portion of proceeds will benefit No Us Without You, which supports undocumented restaurant workers. Check out the full lineup below, which includes the likes of Cuco, Chicano Batman, the Marías, Devendra Banhart, Omar Apollo and more. Courtesy Goldenvoice

MLB All-Star Week

  • Sport events

The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is headed back to Dodger Stadium for the first time in over four decades—but this time around there’ll be plenty of activity outside of Chavez Ravine, too. Things kick off over the weekend with a baseball-themed carnival and yoga on the beach at the Santa Monica Pier, part of the MLB All-Star Oceanfront (July 15–17 11am–7pm). Then, starting Saturday, you’ll find the Capital One PLAY BALL PARK (July 16, 17 10am–8pm; July 18, 19 10am–6pm; $35), which brings autographs, trophies and baseball diamonds to the L.A. Convention Center. As for some actual baseball, games kick off on Saturday at Dodger Stadium with the All-Star Futures Game (July 16 at 4pm) and the MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game (July 16 at 7:15pm), followed by the All-Star Workout Day (July 18 at 11am) and Home Run Derby (July 18 at 5pm) on Monday. Finally, the MLB All-Star Game itself goes down on Tuesday (July 19 at 4:30pm).

Lady Gaga

  • Pop

Well, this ought to be madness—in that sorta edgy but mostly delightfully campy way that has become the Gaga trademark. Ms. Germanotta may not deliver the sort of borrowed dance pop shock and awe that she once built a career on, but she still knows how to put on a show.

Elton John

  • Pop

With the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, Sir Elton is saying a final goodbye to the touring life. That’s right—barring a change of heart, this is probably your final chance to catch the rollicking songman live, as he takes the audience on a massive visual journey spanning his entire 50-year career. Swoon along to “Tiny Dancer,” make juvenile hand gestures to “Crocodile Rock” and smile meaningfully at your folks during “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” one last time as the Rocketman takes off for retirement among the stars.  

Besame Mucho

  • Latin and world

Caifanes, Café Tacvba, Juanes, Los Tigres Del Norte, Los Ángeles Azules and Sin Bandera top this Latin music fest at Dodger Stadium.

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