Fourth Annual Blue Heaven Sleepover at Dodger Stadium

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The Los Angeles Dodgers will once again offer fans the chance to spend the night at Dodger Stadium at the fourth annual Blue Heaven Sleepover. Fans are invited to bring their sleeping bags to the stadium on Friday, August 14 to watch the Dodgers play the Diamondbacks on DodgerVision, eat dinner, play catch on the field, watch “Field of Dreams,” and enjoy breakfast the following morning.


The price of the event is $200 per adult and $100 per child and includes a Dodger goodie bag, dinner, and a buffet breakfast. The Dodgers are also offering a special family price of $500 for two adults and two children. The first 200 people who purchase spots will receive a free sleeved blanket.

The Dodger game against the Diamondbacks will air on DodgerVision at 6:40 p.m. after which fans will have the opportunity to play catch on the field and watch “Field of Dreams” before sleeping under the stars. Fans are asked to bring their own sleeping bags, as tents will not be permitted inside Dodger Stadium.

The event is limited to 500 participants and the deadline to enroll is August 10. All children must be accompanied by an adult (one adult for every three kids). For more information, please log onto or call 323-224-2646 to enroll.

DODGERLIFE was created this season to help fans become closer to the team outside of the baseball diamond. As part of the lifestyle program, fans have the opportunity to take batting practice on the field at Dodger Stadium, meet current and former Dodgers, participate in a Dodger Fantasy Camp, and take trips to see the team on the road.  Movie nights, fishing trips, day camps for kids, and other special events for fans of all ages are also scheduled throughout the year as part of the DODGERLIFE experience.

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