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Dodger Stadium
Photograph: Michael Juliano

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.


1000 Vin Scully Ave
Los Angeles
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 Giants, fireworks. Cue the kiss cam.


  • Pop

How do you one-up a headlining set at Coachella? By announcing a show at Dodger Stadium. The K-pop girl group will bring its massive “Born Pink” tour to L.A. on August 26 with a stop at Chavez Ravine.

Jonas Brothers

  • Pop

Nope, you haven’t traveled back in time: Nick, Joe and Kevin are back for a massive show at Dodger Stadium in September.

Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival

  • Rap, hip-hop and R&B

With its tongue exercise of a title, the Tyler, the Creator–curated hip-hop fest returns to Dodger Stadium for two days of live tunes, carnival rides, games, food trucks and more. There’s no lineup yet for the 2023 fest, but last year’s edition included Solange, YG, Brockhampton, Juice WRLD, H.E.R., Daniel Caesar and Blood Orange.

Besame Mucho

  • Latin and world

Maná, Los Bukis, Alejandro Fernández, Hombres G, Pepe Aguilar, Gloria Trevi, La Ley, Café Tacvba and Los Ángeles Azules top this Latin music fest at Dodger Stadium.

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