This A to Z Guide is designed to assist our fans by presenting information about Colorado Rockies/Coors Field offerings and accommodations. The information is presented in alphabetical order for your ease of use.
All Guests are subject to the rules of Coors Field and the applicable rules and regulations of Major League Baseball, the City and County of Denver, Colorado and The Denver Metropolitan Major League Baseball Stadium District. Violators of these rules, regulations or any applicable laws may be refused admission or asked to leave and could be subject to additional legal action.
There are approximately 1,000 accessible and companion seats available throughout Coors Field. When purchasing seats by phone or in person, please indicate to the ticket seller that you require accessible seating. For online orders, simply select your accessible seats using our interactive map. Even though a game may be "sold out" for other areas, there may still be accessible and companion seating available. Despite the "sold out" status, unsold accessible and companion seating will remain reserved for persons with disabilities, with the following exception: on the day of a sellout when there are enough seats to meet the needs of our Guests with disabilities, a percentage of the unsold accessible and companion seating may be made available to the public. The remaining inventory will continue to be reserved for our Guests with disabilities. Additionally, please note that only certain areas will be sold, and there is not a specific time they will be available.
Advance Ticket Sales & General Ticket Information
Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) and charge your individual game ticket order to MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover. A sliding scale of service charges ($1.00 to $5.00) plus a $3.50 transaction fee applies. If the ticket order is received within six days of the event, tickets will be placed at the Coors Field Will Call Window located between 20th and 21st on Blake Street rather than sent by mail.
Order your individual game tickets online by visiting the Colorado Rockies official website at ROCKIES.com. A sliding scale of service charges ($1.00 to $7.50) plus a $3.50 transaction fee applies.
In Person:Tickets may be purchased in person at the Coors Field Ticket Office with no service charges and all Rockies Dugout Stores with a sliding scale of service charges ($1.25 to $3.00) applied. Accepted forms of payment are cash, personal checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover. Individual tickets may also be purchased at all King Soopers and select City Market stores with a sliding scale of service charges ($1.25 to $5.00) applied. A $1.25 service charge per parking pass applies.
Tickets for the Rockpile:
There is a four ticket limit per game for adult Rockpile tickets. These limits apply whether purchasing Rockpile tickets in advance or day of game.
Advance Rockpile: A limited number of Rockpile tickets are available for advance purchase for all regular season home games. Advance Rockpile tickets are available for purchase at the Coors Field Ticket Office, all King Soopers, select City Markets and Colorado Rockies Dugout Stores or by calling (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) or at ROCKIES.com (service charges apply).
Day of Game Rockpile: Both $4.00 and $1.00 Rockpile tickets are available for purchase day of game for most home games, beginning two hours prior to game time at the Rockpile Ticket Office located near Gate A. Rockpile tickets are available to Guests 12 years of age and younger and 55 years of age and older for $1.00; there is a two ticket limit per person per game for the $1.00 tickets. The $1.00 tickets are only available for purchase at Coors Field and the child and/or senior must be present at the time of purchase. Day of game tickets for Opening Day and Summer Fireworks will be sold in advance.
Advance ticket sales windows are located within Coors Field behind section 127 on the Main Concourse. This office opens 1 1/2 hours prior to game time and closes at the end of the seventh inning.
Clock Tower - Located on the third level behind section 331, this office opens 1 1/2 hours prior to game time and closes 1 1/2 hours after the start of the game.
Ticket Office Customer Service:
The Colorado Rockies Ticket Office Customer Service handles a variety of special issues including lost, stolen or misplaced tickets, special Will Call problems, Season or Group ticket questions and any other ticket issues. It is located adjacent to the Colorado Rockies main reception area at 20th and Blake Streets.
Ticket Kiosk Machines:
There are up to eight ticket kiosk machines located adjacent to the Coors Field Main Ticket Office at 20th and Blake Streets and up to four ticket kiosk machines adjacent to the Rockpile Ticket Office near Gate A. Tickets previously purchased via phone or internet can be picked up at these machines if the customer has the credit card used to make the purchase. Tickets can also be purchased with a credit card at these machines. The ticket kiosks are generally available on game days, approximately one hour prior to the first pitch until approximately one hour after the first pitch.
Will Call/VIP Will Call:
Will Call is defined as tickets left by the Colorado Rockies, tickets purchased via phone or internet that were not mailed, or tickets left by a third party. Will Call is generally available during regular ticket office hours at the Coors Field Main Ticket Office at 20th and Blake Streets. Guests must present a photo ID to pick up tickets. Tickets must be left under the name of the person who will pick them up. If there is a need to change the Will Call name, the Guest must contact Will Call prior to game time at (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Ticket Office Business Hours:
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. On home game days, hours are extended until the end of the seventh inning. Sunday home game days only, 9:30 a.m. to the end of the seventh inning.
Ticket Office Address:
Colorado Rockies Ticket Office, Coors Field, 2001 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205-2000. Phone (303) ROCKIES (762-5437), Fax: (303) 312-2115
Ticket Dispute Arbitration:
Any dispute, claim or cause of action by or through a ticket purchaser or seller regarding sales or resales of a ticket shall be brought (i) individually, without resort to any form of class or collective action, and (ii) exclusively before a single private and impartial arbitrator in a confidential, final and binding arbitration held in Denver, Colorado administered by the American Arbitration Association under its then current Commercial Arbitration Rules; the arbitrator shall have the power to award any remedies available under applicable law.
Unofficial Ticket Sales:
If tickets are resold by or purchased from anyone not expressly authorized by the Colorado Rockies or its designated agent, seller and buyer assume all risks associated with the transaction. Resale of tickets on Coors Field premises is not permitted. Persons who sell or offer a ticket for resale at any price on the Coors Field premises may be removed from the premises and prosecuted.
Tickets may not be resold or offered for resale in a manner, at a price or otherwise in violation of any Federal, State or local laws/ordinances/regulations; any such resale will invalidate the license granted by the ticket.
Children two and under who are sitting on the lap of an adult do not need a game ticket. Children who have reached their third birthday must have a valid game ticket to gain entrance to the ballpark and are permitted seating access only in their ticketed location.
No alcoholic beverages may be brought through the gates of Coors Field. Colorado law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21. Therefore, Guests who appear younger than 40 will be required to show proper identification with proof of age when purchasing alcoholic beverages at Colorado Rockies games. Sale of beer at ballpark concession stands is not permitted after the seventh inning, and vendor beer sales will end in the middle of the seventh inning (both may be cut off earlier at the discretion of the Club). Guests may not be in possession of more than two alcoholic beverages at any time.
Guests who wish to be seated in the section of the ballpark where alcohol may not be purchased or consumed should request Family Section tickets at the time of purchase (see Family Section in this guide). Additionally, Guests may not take any alcoholic beverages out of the ballpark, and alcohol consumption is prohibited in the parking lots.
Baseball fans have the opportunity to select the players for the 2016 All-Star Game at PetCo Park on July 12, 2016, home of the San Diego Padres. An iPad kiosk will be available for Guests at Colorado Rockies home games beginning in May. Fans may also vote online at ROCKIES.com. Remember to vote for your favorite Rockies!
Aramark manages food and beverage services, retail stores and merchandise sales at Coors Field. Subcontractors OBSERV (Squishy, Cotton Candy, Dippin' Dots, Hot Chocolate and Tornadoughs), Simply Nuts, Berrie Kabobs and Famous Daves BBQ offer many appealing menu items. Guests will find 51 permanent concession stands, as well as five permanent and three portable novelty shops at Coors Field.
During Colorado Rockies home games throughout the 2016 season, Aramark will be conducting its SERVES YOU RIGHT alcohol awareness program, in which all aramark Representatives are trained in T.I.P. (Training for Intervention Procedures) and T.E.A.M. (Techniques in Effective Alcohol Management). Aramark also will once again join with community nonprofit groups in the Denver area.
Volunteer groups may operate concession stands at Rockies home games, earning a percentage of the profits for their organization. In addition to Denver, Aramark also serves baseball fans in Atlanta, Boston, Houston, Kansas City, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Toronto. Aramark offices at Coors Field can be reached by calling (303) 312-2500, or by mail at 2151 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205.
Aramark Facility Services
Aramark Facility Services manages all cleaning services for Coors Field. Throughout the year, AFS ensures that Coors Field is maintained for all Guests utilizing the facilities. Employees are available during events to handle spills, clean and restock the restrooms, and address any other cleaning issues that arise during events. The AFS office at Coors Field can be reached by calling (303) 312-2004.
Assistive Listening Devices (ALD)
The Colorado Rockies have devices which can assist Guests who have hearing impairments. Please stop by the Guest Relations Center at section 127 for more information.
The Authentics Kiosk is located on the main concourse at section 147. The Authentics Kiosk sells game used collectibles from the games, including today, as well as autographed merchandise. All items are authenticated under the auspices of MLB Authentication.
Guests are permitted to seek autographs from players along the railing between sections 116-121 and 142-146 up to 40 minutes prior to game time, or until the end of batting practice, whichever comes first (see Batting Practice and Autograph Sundays). Please be considerate by not inconveniencing Guests seated in these areas. Also be advised that Guests wishing to watch batting practice in the area behind home plate from dugout to dugout may sit or stand from row 11 to the concourse. Only those Guests with tickets for rows 1-10 will be permitted into those seats.
Once the batting cage is removed from the home plate area, we ask for your cooperation in returning to your ticketed seat. Guests with disabilities are permitted to seek autographs and watch batting practice in the front row of the left field pavilion (ask any Coors Field Representative for access or directions to this area). Items should not be given to Colorado Rockies staff members, or taken to the Guest Relations Center or the Colorado Rockies main offices in order to attempt to obtain autographs from players or media/broadcast personnel.
If you mail an item to an individual player requesting an autograph, please address your request as follows:
Colorado Rockies Baseball Club
c/o Name of Player
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205
Please note that there is no guarantee of return of items sent to Coors Field or to individual players.
Autographs for Charity Fundraiser
If you are interested in obtaining an authentic signature from Nolan Arenado, Carlos Gonzalez or DJ LeMahieu, we invite you to join them in their efforts to raise money for charity. To participate in The Autographs for Charity Fundraiser, you will need to send an item you would like to have signed, a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope and a check or money order (cash and credit cards will not be accepted) for $25 (per autograph) made payable to the Colorado Rockies Foundation. The Foundation supports programs focusing on youth baseball and softball, education and literacy, and drug and alcohol abuse awareness.
Items can be sent to:
Colorado Rockies Foundation
c/o Participating Player (Nolan Arenado, Carlos Gonzalez or DJ LeMahieu)
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205
Request fulfillment time may vary. Please allow a minimum of 6 weeks. For more information, please call (303) Rockies (762-5437).
*Please note the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club will fulfill requests at its sole discretion. You assume all risk for your items and personalized items are not guaranteed. There is a three item maximum per participating player. The Colorado Rockies players and organization are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Prior to each Sunday home game throughout the 2016 baseball season, four players and/or coaches will be available for autograph opportunities at the bottom of Sections 116-120, starting at approximately 12:40 p.m. until 1 p.m. Disabled guests utilize a designated area behind homeplate.
Automated Teller Machines
There are a total of six locations where ATMs can be found at Coors Field. The locations are:
Coors Field regulations allow only soft-sided bags and containers 16"x 16"x 8" or smaller to be permitted in the gates. All permitted bags are subject to search both upon entry and within the ballpark (see Searches). All gates utilize "Inspection Lanes" for Guests carrying permitted items. Coors Field regulations also prohibit Guests from bringing certain items into Coors Field. See Restrictions for a list of prohibited and permitted items.
Banners and Signs
Banners and signs are permitted, provided they are baseball related and in good taste as determined by the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club. They may not be hung or displayed on any part of the playing field or in any way that obstructs another Guest's view of the game or ballpark advertising.
The Batter's Eye is the large green wall located in straight away center field. It enables batters to clearly see pitched balls, free from any visual distractions that may be present in seating areas.
Batting practice begins two hours before Colorado Rockies home games, although most teams elect not to take batting practice prior to Sunday day games. Times are approximate and subject to change without prior notification and at the discretion of either team. Please be advised that Guests wishing to watch batting practice in the area behind home plate from dugout to dugout may sit or stand from row 11 to the concourse beginning 1 1/2 hours prior to game time. Only those Guests with tickets for rows 1-10 will be permitted in those seats. Gates A and E will open two hours prior to game time for guests who wish to view batting practice between Sections 148-160. See Gates Open.
Baby Diaper Changing Stations
Located in all Men's, Women's and Family restrooms throughout the ballpark. See Restrooms for locations.
Bike parking areas are located past the Wynkoop Walkway adjacent to the Wynkoop ticket windows at Gate E, across from Gate B at 22nd and Blake Streets and outside Gate A. In addition, there are a very limited number of spaces on Blake Street between 20th and 21st. Please always park and secure bikes in one of these areas. The Colorado Rockies assume no responsibility in the event that bicycles are lost or stolen. If bikes are attached to any fencing, railing, meter or tree at Coors Field, they may be impounded and/or ticketed. Please go online to ROCKIES.com/green for information on Bike to the Game days, every Sunday home game.
Birthday Parties For Kids
Host your child's birthday party at Coors Field! Kids birthday picnic packages are available on select Sunday home game days throughout the season for groups of 10 or more (based on availability). Located in the Platte River Picnic Area, the package includes a birthday cake and other Rockies goodies! For more information, please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Blue Moon Brewing Co. at The Sandlot
Make your Coors Field experience complete by joining us at The Blue Moon Brewing Co. at The Sandlot, which serves excellent food and microbrews. Relax on our comfortable patio while enjoying a great meal and your favorite brew. The brewery is located on the Main Concourse behind section 112. The Blue Moon Brewing Company is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday 2 p.m.-8 p.m., except during Rockies home games. For private non-gameday parties call (303) 312-2552 for more information.
The Colorado Rockies have booster seats available for younger Guests to use while at the ballpark. Guests interested in checking out a booster seat should go to the Guest Relations Center behind section 127.
Bottles and Cans
No one is permitted to enter Coors Field with glass bottles or aluminum or metal cans. Guests in possession of these items inside the gates of Coors Field may be subject to ejection from the ballpark.
Radio: All games broadcast in English are on KOA (850 AM / 94.1 FM), the Colorado Rockies Radio Network. When game schedules conflict between the Rockies and the Denver Broncos, games may be broadcast on KOA's sister station, KHOW (630 AM). All home games will also be broadcast in Spanish on KNRV (1150 AM).
Television: A total of 150 Colorado Rockies games will be televised in 2016. ROOT SPORTS will provide the broadcast of all 150 regular season games to the region. The affiliates throughout the Rocky Mountain Region that make up the Rockies Television Network will carry a schedule based on the Rockies television schedule and the network programming constraints placed on each station.
A complete list of television and radio affiliates can be obtained by calling (303) ROCKIES (762-5437), online at ROCKIES.com or in Rockies Magazine. Please check local listings for additional coverage in your area. For information regarding Colorado Rockies games on the Digital Satellite Service (DSS), please contact the service provider directly.
The Regional Transportation District offers bus service throughout central and Metro Denver. The RockiesRide RTD buses drop Guests off outside Gate B in the RTD bus parking lot, located on the corner of 22nd and Blake Streets adjacent to Coors Field. During normal conditions, the RTD buses wait in the parking lot until the conclusion of the game. During inclement weather, the buses will not leave unless they are at capacity and then will return to Coors Field to transport remaining Guests. To obtain a RockiesRide schedule and route information, please contact RTD at (303) 299-6000 or visit rtd-denver.com.
Charter buses park in sections A and B of the Colorado Rockies main parking lot. Charter buses leave the main parking lot at the direction of their party or program director. Light Rail is an alternative mode of transportation to Rockies games. See Light Rail.
Hand-held video cameras for personal use may be brought into the ballpark, provided game action is not recorded, as prohibited by Major League Baseball. Single frame photography is permitted at all times. Lighting at Coors Field is bright enough that flash photography is not necessary or allowed within the ballpark. Camera support pods are not permitted by Guests in Coors Field. Please make sure you are courteous of those around you when taking pictures. See Game Information Prohibition.
Use of cellular phones is permitted, providing their use does not interfere with another Guest's ability to enjoy the atmosphere of the ballpark. The Colorado Rockies reserve the right to ask any Guest to discontinue use of a cell phone in or adjacent to any seating area.
Central Parking System
Central Parking System manages the parking and on-site traffic operations at Coors Field. Central Parking is a transportation management company engaged in the leasing, management and ownership of commercial parking facilities. Clients of Central Parking include some of the largest owners and developers of multi-use projects, major office buildings, hotels, hospitals and sports and entertainment facilities, located throughout 31 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, Mexico, the United Kingdom and Germany. In addition, the company provides advisory and consulting services to owners, architects and developers of parking lots and garages.
Central Parking's mission is to operate a global parking and transportation management company dedicated to integrity, growth, professionalism, value and leadership, and providing quality service to customers and clients. Central Parking System offices at Coors Field can be reached by calling (303) 312-2040.
Device charging stations are available to all Guests. Stations are located at sections 114, 129, 146, 227 and 306.
Guests may chew tobacco in any area of the ballpark. All Guests must spit into a cup at all times and dispose of the waste in a trash container.
Claim Check - at Gates
Any permitted item may be claim checked at any one of the five Entry Gates (Gates A, B, C, D and E). All items will be inspected. Gate Staff will provide Guests with claim check tags to recover items upon leaving the ballpark. Select prohibited items may be claim checked at the five Entry Gates. However, all hard-sided coolers and containers, regardless of size, and all bags and containers larger than 16"x 16"x 8" may only be claim checked, after inspection, at the tent located outside Gate E on the Wynkoop Walkway. Guests assume liability for all items left in storage.
Claim Check Tent
Located outside Gate E on the Wynkoop Walkway. This area is made available to claim check items that security and/or safety regulations prohibit from being brought into the park. All items will be inspected. Guests assume liability for all items left in storage.
Clean Catch Button
During live play, any Guest catching a foul or home run ball from any player before it makes contact with another Guest, an object, railing or the ground is entitled to a "Clean Catch Button."
A Coors Field Representative should approach the Guest and present them with a button and obtain their name and mailing address (for recording purposes). If you qualify for a button and a representative does not visit you in the seating area, please see the nearest Coors Field Representative.
Closed Caption Board
The closed caption board is located under the main scoreboard and will display text transcribed from P.A. announcements. A limited number of text display devices will be available at the Guest Relations Center (section 127) for Guests who do not have a view of the main scoreboard.
Guests are prohibited from wearing or displaying profane or offensive materials. This includes, but is not limited to, clothing, tattoos, body art or anything displayed on a Guest's body that is deemed as profane or offensive by management. A Guest may be asked to remove, reverse, cover or add clothing so the image or wording is no longer visible. Clothing which conceals a Guest's face is prohibited, including but not limited to, costumes and masks.
Club Level - Wells Fargo Club at Coors Field
The Wells Fargo Club is a premium seating area in Coors Field which offers upgraded seating, concourses, food service and concessions. The Wells Fargo Club is located on the second level of Coors Field extending down each baseline. The section numbers are 214 to 227 on the first base side and 234 to 247 on the third base side. All seating on this level is outdoors and a wait staff provides food service directly to each seat or you may visit the concourse concession locations.
Behind the Wells Fargo Club seats are spacious, glass-enclosed, climate-controlled concourses. There are two full-service bars near sections 221 and 236; an ice cream, Marley Coffee House and sweet shop at section 223; and specialty stations offering a rotating menu of selections such as fresh pasta, hand tossed salad and hand-carved sandwiches near sections 221 and 236. Access to the Wells Fargo Club is restricted to those Guests holding Wells Fargo Club, Mountain Ranch Club or Suite Level tickets. Access to the Wells Fargo Club from the Main Concourse is available by stairs and elevators at Gates C, D or E, or by escalators at sections 122 and 147. For more information, call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Colorado Baseball Spectator Law
Under Colorado law, a spectator of professional baseball assumes the risk of any injury to person or property resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of such activity and may not recover from an owner of a baseball team or an owner of a stadium where professional baseball is played for injury resulting from the inherent dangers and risks of observing professional baseball, including but not limited to being struck by a baseball or a baseball bat (Colorado Baseball Spectator Safety Act of 1993). Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Guests assume all risks and danger incidental to the game of baseball, whether occurring prior to, during or subsequent to the actual playing of the game, including without limitation, injury from thrown bats, fragments thereof, thrown or batted balls and spectator conduct. Guests agree that neither the Rockies, the opposing team, their respective players and agents, Major League Baseball nor The Metropolitan Major League Baseball Stadium District shall be liable for injuries or damages caused by such risks or dangers.
Colorado Rockies Main Office
The Colorado Rockies Main Office is located under the Clocktower at the corner of 20th and Blake Streets to the right of Gate D. The mailing address is: Colorado Rockies, Coors Field, 2001 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205. Call (303) 292-0200 to reach the Colorado Rockies Main Office.
Community Programs and Donations
The Colorado Rockies primary community support is directed to nonprofit organizations addressing the following interests: child and youth education, child abuse prevention, and health and wellness programs. A description of these programs can be found on the Colorado Rockies official website, ROCKIES.com.
If your nonprofit organization is seeking a donation of game tickets or an auction item, please send a written request on your organization's letterhead with your tax ID number to the following:
For Community Ticket Donations:
Colorado Rockies Baseball Club
Attn: Community Ticket Program
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205
For Auction Item Requests:
Colorado Rockies Baseball Club
Attn: Community Affairs
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205
Although there is no guarantee that a donation can be made, every effort will be made to fulfill the request when there is availability. Please do not send faxes or emails. A minimum of four to six weeks advance notice should be given for all requests. For more information on community programs, please call (303) 292-0200 and ask for Community Affairs.
Colorado Rockies Charity Fund
The Colorado Rockies Charity Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund, supports eligible organizations and programs in the Denver metropolitan area that help serve the low-income community of children, youth, adults and families overcome barriers impeding progress out of poverty and towards stabilization and improved life conditions.
Funding consideration is given twice per year to programs that fit one of three funding areas and that meet the Foundation's focused grant-making strategies and general criteria:
The complete guidelines, application procedures and additional information for the Colorado Rockies Charity Fund are available online at www.mccormickfoundation.org.
The following is a list of concession areas within Coors Field:
The following is a list of healthy foods throughout the ballpark:
The following is a list of portable concession stands throughout the ballpark:
The following is a list of specialty items within Coors Field:
The following is a list of souvenir and gift locations:
(All listings above are subject to change.)
All concession stands are accessible to Guests with disabilities. Should any Guest need additional assistance, please ask any aramark or Coors Field Representative.
Located in the infield directly behind the Super Suites, the Conference Center can accommodate groups of 40-300 people. The rooms are available for pregame business meetings as well as non-game meetings and events. On game days, head across the hall after your meeting to one of the Super Suites (see Super Suites) to watch the ballgame! For more information, call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
This premium seating area is located directly behind home plate. Ticket Holders in this area have a private entrance, access to a private restaurant and lounge and enjoy complimentary dining in both the restaurant and their seats. For more information, call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Subject to availability, accessible seats for the Coors Clubhouse may be purchased for $260-$300 (including buffet). Complimentary in-seat service is included with the ticket purchase and seating is limited. For more information, please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
For information on Colorado Rockies Corporate Sponsorships, please call (303) 312-2261 or visit Rockies.deck-mlb.com.
Designated Driver Program
The Colorado Rockies and Aramark want you to enjoy the ballgame and have a safe trip home. We encourage you to use our Designated Driver Program. Prior to the fourth inning of the ballgame, Guests who are able to produce a valid driver's license and are at least 21 years of age are eligible to become "Designated Drivers" for the evening. In return for signing a pledge not to drink alcoholic beverages during the game and for accepting responsibility for driving other members of their group home, Designated Drivers will receive a free non-alcoholic beverage during the game. Aramark's Designated Driver booth is located at sections 127 and 144.
During your visit to Coors Field, there is a good chance you will come face to face with a lovable, purple dinosaur! Not to worry, it's Dinger, the Colorado Rockies mascot. The best place to meet Dinger is at his daily autograph session. Dinger's autograph session starts at the top of the third inning and ends by the middle of the fourth inning; it is located on the main concourse right below the Rockpile in center field. Dinger's schedule is very busy, so make sure to get in line early for the best chance to meet our lovable friend.
Dinger has been the Colorado Rockies biggest fan since he first hatched from his egg at Mile High Stadium on April 16, 1994. For information on Dinger's appearances or to inquire about special Dinger events, call the Dinger Events Line at (303) 312-2266 or email dinger@ROCKIES.com. For exclusive Dinger merchandise, visit any Colorado Rockies Dugout store or the Diamond Dry Goods Store.
Located below the Rockpile inside the Platte River Picnic Area is Coors Field's newest attraction for our littlest fans (42" or smaller). In order to accommodate private functions, Dinger's Playground will open at start of game or at gate opening when there are no scheduled private events. Kids can enjoy climbing over, under and through Coors Field Favorites while parents can follow the game on televisions located throughout the Platte River Picnic Area.
The disabled drop-off area is located across from Gate B at 22nd and Blake Streets. From Interstate 25, exit Park Avenue West to Market Street, turn left on Market Street, left on 23rd/Park Avenue and left on Blake Street. Drop off will be on the right before 22nd Street.
See Parking for information.
See Accessible Seating for information.
Safety and security concerns prohibit Guests wearing clothing or masks that conceal or hide their face. Guests will be asked to remove these items. Shoes must be worn while in concourse areas.
Colorado Rockies owned and operated merchandise outlets are located in Denver, Aurora, Colorado Springs, Greeley, Littleton and the FlatIron Crossing Mall. All Dugout Stores feature team exclusive merchandise. In addition, the Dugout Stores are the exclusive outlets for your Colorado Rockies game-used player products, such as broken bats and jerseys.
Colorado Rockies game tickets may also be purchased at all Dugout Stores with a sliding scale of service charges ($1.25 to $3.00) applied. As official team stores, all Dugout Stores offer additional discounts for Season Ticket and Mini-Plan holders on select merchandise. Plan holder must present ID card at time of purchase.
The following is a list of Colorado Rockies Dugout Store locations and phone numbers:
Electronic cigarettes, vaporizers and other similar devices are prohibited from use in all areas except designated smoking areas.
Elevators are restricted to Wells Fargo Club and Suite Level ticket holders, disabled and elderly Guests, and families with small children.
Emergency Guest Phone Service
The Colorado Rockies are proud to offer emergency Guest phone service to Colorado Rockies Guests. If there is an emergency and a Guest at Coors Field needs to be contacted, please call (303) 292-0200. When you call, please have the Guest's seat location so that a Coors Field Representative can be dispatched as soon as possible. Public address paging is only done when the situation is deemed a life-threatening emergency and the Guest's seat location is not available.
In the event of an emergency at Coors Field, please follow the directions from Ushers, Public Address Announcer and Denver Police and Fire Officers. If an emergency requires evacuation from the ballpark, directions will be given over the public address system and the scoreboard. Please contact an Usher if you have any questions.
Coors Field partners hire enthusiastic and outgoing people who are interested in sharing the excitement of Coors Field. Please call the Coors Field Job Hotline at (303) 312-2555 or stop by Gate A at Coors Field on non-game weekdays between 7:00 am and 5:00 p.m. to fill out an application, or call one of the following phone numbers during normal business hours:
Entering the Ballpark
For your safety, the Colorado Rockies require that all Guests and Employees entering and re-entering Coors Field be searched for prohibited items (see Restrictions and Searches). This includes a thorough inspection of any jackets, coats, packages, bags, purses and other containers brought to any of the five Entry Gates. (Guests and Employees are also subject to metal detection screening.)
Exiting the Ballpark
Following the game, Guests are asked to exit Coors Field through designated exits. During the games, Guests are permitted to leave the ballpark and return through any of the five entrance gates. Please see the gate supervisor or a VIP representative to have your hand stamped. When returning to the ballpark, Guests must show their ticket and hand stamp, and should re-enter through a special pass-out gate at each of the entrance gates. When re-entering, all persons and bags are subject to screening (see Entering the Ballpark). Gates B, C and E close 30 minutes after the game. Gates A and D close one hour after the game. See Gates for a list of Coors Field gate locations.
Each entry gate at Coors Field will utilize designated "Express Lanes". Express Lanes are only for Guests not carrying any item including but not limited to purse, fanny pack, package, container, backpack or any type of bag (including peanuts and food).
Follow the Rockies on Facebook at facebook.com/Rockies. See Social Media.
There are family restrooms located throughout the ballpark, which are available for individuals with small children, elderly or anyone with a disability. Please see Restrooms for locations.
The lower area of Section 342 is designated as the "Family Section". To ensure the enjoyment of family Guests, alcoholic beverages are not permitted in this section.
This ticket package allows fans to choose 10 Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday games for a discounted price and receive all of the benefits enjoyed by our Mini-Plan holders (see Mini-Plans). Ticket availability is limited and may sell out.
Fantasy Broadcast Booth
See Interactive Area.
Fantasy Camp provides Colorado Rockies fans with a unique opportunity to experience life as a Major Leaguer. Campers will participate in clinics, practices and organized competition at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the Colorado Rockies Spring Training Facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. Participants may benefit from the chance to exchange strategies with the Fantasy Camp coaching staff and to compete with Major League veterans in the annual Coaches versus Campers game.
Space is limited, so inquire early for opportunities to participate in the next Fantasy Camp. For more information, please call (303) 312-CAMP or visit the Fantasy Camp website at ROCKIES.com/fantasycamp.
Firearms and Weapons
No firearms or other weapons are allowed on Coors Field premises.
First Aid Stations
First Aid Stations are located behind sections 133 and 330. Guests in need of aspirin, band-aids, etc. must visit the First Aid Stations to obtain these items in person. If medical attention is required, notify the nearest Coors Field Representative. The First Aid Station at section 133 is open two hours prior to every game. The First Aid Station at section 330 will be open during select games.
Foul Balls; Game Interference
Guests are welcome to keep any foul ball hit into the stands. At no time should a foul or home run ball be thrown back on the field. Violators will be subject to ejection. Any Guest interfering with a ball in play will be subject to ejection from the ballpark. In addition, any Guest going on to the playing field will be ejected from the ballpark and may be subject to arrest and prosecution. The Colorado Rockies cannot be held responsible for the conduct of other Guests when attempting to obtain a foul or home run ball. See also Colorado Baseball Spectator Law.
Game Information Prohibition; Use of Likeness
Each Guest is admitted to Coors Field on the condition, and by entrance to Coors Field the Guest agrees, that: (a) he or she shall not transmit or aid in transmitting, or make or aid in the making of any commercial use of, any information about the game to which Guest has been granted admission, including, but not limited to, any account, description, picture, video, audio reproduction or other information concerning or in connection with the game, the players or Coors Field (the "Game Information"); (b) the Rockies are the exclusive owner of all copyrights and other proprietary rights in all games played at Coors Field and related Game Information; and (c) the Colorado Rockies, Office of the Commissioner of Baseball, Major League Baseball Properties, Inc., Major League Baseball Enterprises, Inc., Major League Baseball Advanced Media, L.P., Major League Baseball Advanced Media, Inc. (the MLB Entities) and each of their respective agents and licensees, shall have the unrestricted right and license to use his or her image, likenesses, name, voice, comments or other proprietary or public rights and that of any minor accompanying Holder in any broadcast, telecast or photograph and/or video and/or audio sound recording taken in connection with the game or other transmission or reproduction in whole or in part of the game, for all purposes, without consent or compensation. The rights granted herein to the Colorado Rockies and the MLB Entities are assignable.
Game Used Collectibles
See Authentics Kiosk.
Games of Green
The Rockies once again will enlist players and fans toward making a positive impact on the environment through the 2016 Games of Green initiative. For more information, please go to ROCKIES.com/green.
There are five lettered gates at Coors Field. Their locations are as follows:
Guests are encouraged to come early and watch batting practice, infield workouts and pregame ceremonies. Gates A (Rockpile entrance) and E will open two hours prior to game time for Guests who want to view batting practice. Guests will be required to stay in the Left Field Pavilion area until the remaining ballpark gates open. Gates B, C and D will open 1 1/2 hours prior to game time. Gate opening times may vary if game is rescheduled.
Share the excitement of Colorado Rockies Baseball with a group of friends, family or coworkers at the ballpark. When ordering through the Group Sales Department, groups of 25 or more will receive seating together (subject to availability), scoreboard recognition (see Guest Announcement Board) and two complimentary tickets to a future Rockies game for the group leader. Special group pricing is available for most home games.
The bigger the group, the bigger the rewards! Groups of 300 or more can qualify for a pregame onfield ceremony and groups of 500 or more can qualify for an opportunity to watch batting practice on the field for the group leader and a guest.
Fundraising opportunities are available for most home games with larger discounts available for designated Super Fundraiser dates. Add food and beverage to your group tickets with Colorado Rockies PowerTickets (see PowerTickets).
Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for more information or to have a group brochure sent to you.
Guest Announcement Board
Guests can purchase a personal message to appear on the matrix board under the Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille in right field. This does not include the Main Videoboard or side fascia boards. Each message can be up to 40 characters (including spaces and punctuation) and will scroll before the top of each inning. The cost for each message is $50.00. Orders may be placed with a credit card at (303) ROCKIES (762-5437), or send your check or money order (made payable to the Colorado Rockies Charity Fund) to: Colorado Rockies, Attn: Guest Announcement Board, 2001 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205. Please include your message, a contact name and phone number and the date of the game. For more information, call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437). Orders must be received at least 72 hours in advance of the game date.
Guest Assistance Line
The Coors Field guest services team is readily available to provide you with a memorable experience at the ballpark. During the game you may also call our Guest Assistance Line at 1-877-ROXFANS (769-3267) to get questions answered or request assistance. Assistance may also be obtained by texting SECURITY to 97475 (see Safety & Security). We strive to provide you with the best guest service in Major League Baseball.
The Colorado Rockies are committed to providing a safe environment for all of our Guests. We ask that if any Guest is aware of any potentially unsafe situation to please notify the nearest Coors Field representative, text SECURITY to 97475 (see Safety & Security) or call 1-877-ROXFANS (769-3267). Your eyes and ears can help to keep Coors Field a safe family environment.
Guest Code of Conduct
See House Rules.
Guest Relations Center
The Guest Relations Center is located on the Main Concourse behind section 127. This service center operates from the time the gates open until 15 minutes after the conclusion of the game. Guests may obtain information, offer suggestions, voice concerns and request assistance from Colorado Rockies Guest Relations Representatives. The Guest Relations Center is also the location for Lost and Found.
The Colorado Rockies are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable ballpark experience. Our staff will proactively intervene to ensure the following:
Follow the Rockies on Instagram at instagram.com/Rockies. See Social Media.
Visit Coors Field's Interactive Area and test your baseball skills. The Interactive Area includes:
The Coors Field Interactive Area is located behind the bullpens on the Main Concourse at Gate A. Fans may purchase game tickets at the kiosk located in the Interactive Area. All users and observers of the Interactive Area assume all risk of injury.
Colorado Rockies license plates are available at all Colorado Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) locations. You can show your Rockies pride with a signature license plate and know that 100% of your $52.80 donation to the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Foundation is supporting youth sports, education and health programs.
Colorado residents may get more information and download the license plate application from our website at: ROCKIES.com, click on the Community tab, then click on the license plate icon. By including a one-time donation of $52.80 to the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Foundation with each completed vehicle application form, you will receive an official certificate from the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club. This certificate can be presented at the DMV to receive your Rockies signature license plate (additional DMV fees apply, standard annual specialty license plate fees and taxes will be assessed.)
Light Rail is a fast and efficient means of transportation to Coors Field. There are three Light Rail stations convenient to the ballpark; the most convenient stop is Union Station via the C Line. Light Rail runs daily. For specific route and fare information, access the Light Rail section of the RTD website found at rtd-denver.com or call (303) 299-6000.
Lost and Found
The Colorado Rockies Baseball Club cannot be responsible for recovery, storage, safekeeping, preservation or return of any lost or found item at Coors Field. With that understanding, any item that has been lost or found during a game should be reported to the Guest Relations Center at section 127. Found items are kept in storage after each game; therefore, if an item was lost at a previous game, it will not be obtainable without prior arrangements. Please call the Coors Field Lost and Found Hotline at (303) 312-2109 to report a lost item. Leave a detailed description of the item, the date and location it was lost, and your name and phone number. If your item was turned in, you will be called as soon as possible. If your item was not turned in, you will not receive a call unless you specifically request one. Your name will remain on file in case the item is turned in at a later time. A simple way to protect your property is to place your name and phone number permanently somewhere on the item. Items are held for 30 days.
Every child should be told to contact a Coors Field Representative should he or she become lost. A lost child will be taken to the Guest Relations Center at section 127. Lost parents should follow the same procedure. Parents are encouraged to place tickets in children's pockets in case of separation.
Lost or Stolen Tickets
Lost or forgotten tickets will be replaced for a non-refundable $5 processing fee. In the event that the original tickets are also used, the full face value of the tickets will be charged. Stolen tickets will be replaced at no charge if a police report listing the exact seat location(s) and game date(s) is provided. If a police report is not provided or if the police report does not contain the exact game date(s) and seat location(s) of the stolen tickets, the Lost Ticket Policy will be in effect.
Know the law about marijuana use in Denver.
It is illegal to consume marijuana in public. Possession of, smoking, ingesting or otherwise consuming marijuana is prohibited in all areas of Coors Field, including the designated smoking areas.
Mezzanine Party Suites
See Party Suites.
10, 15, 20 or 25-game Mini-Plans are available throughout the ballpark at a discounted rate (restrictions apply). Other benefits include ticket exchange privileges, discounts at Dugout Stores and postseason priority. Please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) or go to ROCKIES.com/tickets for more information.
Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille
The Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille is open to all ticketed guests. This area features Rockies memorabilia throughout the restaurant and has both casual family and upscale dining options available. Located in the right field corner of Coors Field, the Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille may be accessed at any of the following areas: the Gate B elevator behind section 111, the elevator behind section 114 and the right field side of the Suite level.
Season Ticket Holders may make reservations three business days prior to a homestand, for any game in that homestand, by calling (303) 312-2525 Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. All other Guests may make reservations two business days prior to a homestand. Questions regarding these facilities should be directed to (303) 312-2525.
For information on booking the Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille for a non-game day event, please call (303) 312-2552 or go online to ROCKIES.com.
Mountain Ranch Club
The Mountain Ranch Club offers premium open air seating around forward facing spacious granite half moon tables in the lower tiers inside and outside of the Mountain Ranch Club. Tables of two or four are sold on a seasonal basis and may also be available on a limited basis for single game purchase.
Tickets include a credit good towards food and beverages in the restaurant and at all concession and novelty locations throughout Coors Field. Each table features its own TV for game and instant replay viewing. Access the Mountain Ranch Club via the elevator behind Section 114 then to the private entrance behind Section 214 on the right-field side of the Wells Fargo Club Level. For information and availability call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Movement During Play
The Colorado Rockies encourage all Guests to use courtesy and restrict movement in the seating areas during play. When returning to your seats, please wait for a break in the action (between innings, between batters, pitching changes, etc.) before entering the aisles. We thank you for your cooperation.
National Anthem Performances
The Colorado Rockies Baseball Club provides limited National Anthem opportunities for Coors Field home games.
Please contact our group sales department for additional information regarding this opportunity, as the Colorado Rockies provide the majority of performance opportunities to our local community through our Elementary School Fundraising Program.
Tapes, CDs, DVDs, videos, video links are accepted throughout the year and will be considered for the limited number of openings that exist. Submissions will become the property of the Colorado Rockies and will not be returned to the submitter. Inquiries as to the availability of dates will not be accepted. Submissions may be sent to:
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205
The volume of requests from soloists or other artists, in addition to the limited performance opportunities available, make it very likely that individual submissions will not be scheduled.
Nursing mothers who desire a more private area outside of the seating area may go to any First Aid location (see First Aid Stations) and accommodations will be provided.
Per Major League Baseball rules, only authorized personnel will be permitted on the field before, during or after a game. Any unauthorized person going onto the field will be removed from the ballpark and subject to arrest.
Out-of-town scores appear on the manual scoreboard located in right field. The scoreboard can be read as follows: inning, team abbreviation, runs scored and uniform number of the pitcher of record. If the score is final (marked by an "F" in the inning column), the uniform numbers of the winning pitcher and losing pitcher will be displayed in the pitcher of record column.
Due to the many requests, paging is not permitted except in cases that are deemed to be life-threatening emergencies by the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club. If you need paging, please contact the Guest Relations Center at section 127. If you are not at Coors Field and need to contact a Guest please call (303) 292-0200.
Coors Field Traffic and Parking tips
The Coors Field parking lot is located at Park Avenue West and Wazee Street, in Denver's historic Lower Downtown. Whether you choose to drive, take RTD, bike or walk, planning ahead can help make your visit to the ballpark more enjoyable.
Advance single game parking passes are available in a Colorado Rockies operated lot for $16.00 in Lot A and $14.00 in Lot B (cash and credit cards accepted). Passes may be purchased at the Coors Field Ticket Office, all King Soopers, select City Market and Colorado Rockies Dugout stores, online at ROCKIES.com/parking or by calling (303) ROCKIES (762-5437). Bus parking is $30.00 per vehicle. (Service charges may apply.)
For information on season parking passes, please call (303) 312-2222.
Finding Coors Field
The Ballpark can be reached a number of ways:
There are 4,390 spaces on-site at Coors Field. Day of game parking is available in Lot A for $17.00 and Lot B for $15.00. RV and bus parking is available for $30.00 at Park Avenue West (22nd) and Wazee Streets, and 27th and Blake Streets. Coors Field parking lots open 2 1/2 hours prior to game time. Parking passes can be purchased in advance at the Coors Field ticket windows. Coors Field parking lots are staffed and operated by Central Parking Systems, (303) 312-2040.
Bicycle parking is available near Gates A, B and E (see Coors Field Map for specific gate locations). There is limited bike parking along Blake Street, please see a Coors Field Representative for questions on additional bicycle parking locations. Coors Field is not responsible for damaged or stolen bicycles. Please check ROCKIES.com/green for information on Bike to the Game days.
More than 46,000 spaces are located in downtown Denver, approximately 18,000 of which are within a 15 minute walk. During the baseball season, parking meters and other restrictions will be strictly enforced until 11:00 p.m. in the neighborhoods surrounding Coors Field. Consider parking in one of the many lots along the 16th Street Mall or the Broadway/Lincoln Center and taking the shuttle.
Leave the driving to RTD. Use RockiesRide, Light Rail or other regional or local routes. Call (303) 299-6000, or visit rtd-denver.com.
Valet Service is available for all Rockies home games for $30.00 Mon-Thu and $35.00 Fri-Sun. The valet service is conveniently located in our MVP parking lot on the corner of 22nd and Blake. The valet service ensures that your car will be parked in a secured Coors Field operated parking lot. Valet service starts two hours prior to start of all games and closes one hour after the conclusion of the game. Valet service will remain open for one hour after the conclusion of Fireworks shows, concerts and events that are held after the game has ended.
MAIN PARKING LOT
Location: Immediately adjacent to Coors Field, just outside Gate A in right field. Lot A sits between Blake Street and the railroad tracks extending northeast to the 27th Street entrance.
Access: Lot A can be accessed from 22nd/Park Avenue at Wazee or at 27th and Blake Streets. Access to I-25 is via Park Avenue. Access to I-70 is via Broadway/Brighton Blvd.
Features: This lot is paved, lit and fenced in. Lot A is on the ballpark site and will be staffed by Central Parking personnel. The stadium is a short walk along a pedestrian walkway to Gate A.
Estimated Walk Time: Walk time from your car to Gate A is approximately 1 to 10 minutes.
Cost: The day of game price per game for Lot A is $17.00.
Location: Adjacent to Coors Field, Lot B is next to Lot A between Blake Street and the railroad tracks extending from the 27th Street entrance out to 30th Street.
Access: Lot B can be accessed at 22nd/Park Avenue and Wazee Street, 27th and Blake Streets or at 33rd and Blake Streets. Access to I-25 is via Park Avenue. Access to I-70 is via Broadway/Brighton Blvd.
Features: This lot is paved, lit and fenced in. Lot B is on the ballpark site and will be staffed by Central Parking personnel. The stadium is a short walk along a pedestrian walkway to Gate A.
Parking Garage: This lot has covered parking in a garage with 950 spaces, including accessible parking and four charging stations for electric cars. The garage can be accessed at 27th and Blake Street.
Estimated Walk Time: Walk time from your car to Gate A is approximately 10 to 20 minutes. A complimentary shuttle is also provided from Lot B to Gate A.
Cost: The day of game price per game for Lot B is $15.00.
Access: Approximately 300 disabled parking spaces are available immediately adjacent to Gate A, in the front of Lot A.
Drop-Off: The disabled drop-off area is located across from Gate B at 22nd and Blake Streets. From I-25, exit Park Avenue West to Market Street, turn left on Market Street, left on 23rd Street and left on Blake Street. Drop off will be on the right before 22nd Street.
Features: Lot A is paved, lit and fenced in. Disabled parking is on the ballpark site and will be staffed by Central Parking personnel. Through Gate A, elevators, ramps, stairs and escalators provide access to the various levels of Coors Field.
Estimated Distance: Access to the ballpark is almost immediate, as these spaces are directly adjacent to Gate A.
Cost: Disabled parking will be sold on the day of the game at $15.00 per vehicle. A valid state issued disabled parking permit and/or a disabled license plate must be displayed to park in this area.
Summit Party Suites: Our six Summit Party Suites are located on the Suite Level down the left-field line and are available for individual game rental. Party Suites are a terrific way for family, friends and coworkers to enjoy a Colorado Rockies game together. Equipped with indoor and outdoor seating, the Summit Party Suites accommodate 12 to 75 people and include a catered food and non-alcoholic beverage package. Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for information. To access the Party Suites, take the Gate E elevator to the Suite Level.
Mezzanine Party Suites: Our six Mezzanine Party Suites are located on the Mezzanine Level in right field, directly behind sections 206-209. Available for individual game rental, the Mezzanine Party Suites have indoor and outdoor seating accommodating 22 to 60 people, or you can rent all six suites for a special package price. All Mezzanine Suites include a catered food and non-alcoholic beverage package. Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for more information. To access the Mezzanine Suites take the Gate A elevator to the Mezzanine Level.
Warning Track Party Room: The Warning Track Party Room is located at field level under the out-of-town scoreboard in right field. The area may be accessed via the Gate A elevator. The room provides a fully catered buffet and accommodates groups of 30 to 90 people. No Guest will forget the area's unique, field-level perspective of the game. Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for information.
Peddling/Vending/Free Speech Activity/Leafletting
All exterior Coors Field walkways, including the Wynkoop Walkway and walkway outside Gate A, are public forum areas with respect to free speech. Therefore, all free speech activities are permitted, including but not limited to petitioning, leafletting, campaign activities, and the sale or distribution of newspapers. However, free speech activities may not impede safe pedestrian flow or block access to the turnstiles. For information regarding a peddler's permit, call the Department of Excise and License at (720) 865-2740.
Only free speech activities are allowed on Coors Field premises. Vending, peddling or product sampling is not allowed except on the public sidewalk (Blake Street from 20th to 22nd Streets and 22nd Street to the stairs), in accordance with the Department of Excise and License restrictions.
A ruling from the Denver District Court has been made which designates the pedestrian walkway outside Gate A as a Public Forum. As a result, anyone wishing to exercise their First Amendment right to free speech may do so. Newspaper vending, leafletting, street preaching, petitioning and other free speech activity are allowed on the walkway outside Gate A. The selling of food, beverages or merchandise is NOT ALLOWED on the walkway.
The only restrictions to those expressing their free speech rights are that they may not block the turnstiles or impede pedestrian traffic across the walkway. It shall be up to the discretion of the Denver Police officers to ask individuals to move if it is felt that a safety hazard or impediment of the free flow of pedestrian traffic is occurring.
The Wynkoop Walkway between 19th Street and Gate E has also been ruled as a Public Forum. Newspaper vending, leafletting, petitioning and other free speech activities are allowed on the entire walkway. The only restriction is that they must not block the Gate E turnstiles and they must not create a safety hazard on the overpass between the baseball arch and the turnstiles. Police officers will ask individuals to move if they are causing a safety hazard.
Licensed peddlers may offer their wares for sale on the walkway between 19th Street and the bottom of the stairs leading to the baseball arch. Peddlers are NOT ALLOWED on the overpass between the arch and the Gate E turnstiles.
There are four picnic areas at Coors Field available for pregame parties. The Coors Outfield Picnic Area, an outdoor area located adjacent to Gate A, is a great place for groups of 25 to 2,000 to gather and socialize prior to game time for great food and fun.
The Platte River Picnic Area is located inside the ballpark under cover of the Rockpile seating area and is equipped with picnic tables and chairs to accommodate groups of 25 to 250.
The Jack Daniels Terrace Deck is located on the upper level of The Rooftop and accommodates groups of 150 to 400.
NEW FOR 2016! Club Level Party Pack is $75 (INCLUDES cost of a Club Level ticket) and is a private buffet on the Club Level for groups of 100-500. Includes food and non-alcoholic beverages (alcohol extra).
Reservations in these areas include a full buffet with non-alcoholic beverages and special game ticket discounts. For more information, please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437). All three areas are accessible to Guests with disabilities.
The children's playground area is located on the Main Concourse, behind section 147, between the Buckaroos concession stand and merchandise store. A parent or guardian must always monitor their child while in this area.
PowerTickets offer Guests the ability to get admission to the game plus concession credit on the same ticket. This value is included in the barcode on your ticket. The barcode allows you to redeem added value at almost all permanent food and beverage stands in the ballpark that accept credit cards. The concession value is only redeemable for the date printed on the game ticket and cannot be transferred. For individual tickets this offer is only available at ROCKIES.com/specials. Not available in all sections; subject to availability.
Groups of 25 or more can also add concession value to their discounted game tickets in $10, $15, $20 or $25 increments. Please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for group information.
This premium seating area is located behind homeplate on the press level. Ticket Holders in this area have a private entrance and access to a themed lounge with food and bar service. For more information please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Private parties, meetings, receptions or special-themed events may be booked at Coors Field on non-game days throughout the year. Most areas of the ballpark are available for rental including the Mountain Ranch Club, Blue Moon Brewing Co. at the Sandlot, Conference Center, Coors Outfield Picnic Area, Platte River Picnic Area, Rooftop, Wells Fargo Club, Coors Clubhouse and concourse areas. For information, please call (303) 312-2552 or go online to ROCKIES.com/events.
Private Season Suites
There are 31 private suites on the exclusive Suite Level at Coors Field. These Suites are available for full and partial season leases, lease terms vary. The price and lease terms are determined by location and number of seats in the suite. All suites contain indoor and outdoor seating, temperature-controlled lounge area, television/sound system and catering service. Access to the private Suite Level is restricted to those Guests holding Suite Level tickets. For more information regarding the leasing of a private suite, please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437). For individual game suite rental, see Private Suites, Party Suites or Super Suites.
Located along the Suite Level, our Private Suites offer an upscale Suite experience and are available for multi-game packages, as well as for individual game rental. The Private Suite package includes a private suite with 12 - 20 tickets, parking passes, a complete catering package, access to the Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille, Wells Fargo Club and much more. Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for more information.
Pro Batter Video batting cage / Pro Batter Jr.
See Interactive Area.
See Rockies Magazine.
2016 Promotional Policies
All promotional items will be distributed on the game day specified, when the gates open, and on a first-come, first-served basis. Promotional items shall be limited in quantity and will be distributed to ticketed Guests while supplies last.
Ticketed Guests will be limited to one item per person in attendance. Promotional items will be issued through the bottom of the second inning or while supplies last. Occasional promotional items are age-sensitive and Guests must meet age requirements set by the Colorado Rockies in their sole discretion to be eligible for the item. In order to ensure fairness, Guests must receive their promotional item at the time of initial entry and in the designated distribution area of the gate entered. For the safety of all parties, Coors Field Staff and volunteers will not distribute a promotional item to any Guest approaching a distribution area from inside the ballpark. Coors Field Staff and volunteers will make every effort to notify Guests before entering the ballpark of possible scenarios, based on fan traffic patterns, that certain gates may have run out of the promotional item while others are still distributing. Re-entry is not permitted to obtain a promotional item and the Colorado Rockies reserve the right to deny service to any individual at their own discretion.
It is possible items may be damaged or broken during the shipping and distribution process. Guests must be sure to inspect their item upon receipt and prior to leaving the distribution area in order to receive a replacement item. All decisions made by the Colorado Rockies are final. Promotional dates, times, and quantities are subject to change. Go to ROCKIES.com/promotions for updates.
Purple Mondays are back for the 2016 season and this season there are ten Purple Mondays. There will be promotional items given away at the gates plus great prize giveaways throughout each Purple Monday game, so wear your purple! For game dates and information, go online to ROCKIES.com/tickets.
Hand-held radios and small televisions are welcome at Coors Field as long as they do not interfere with other Guests' enjoyment of the game. Please be considerate by using a low volume or earphones. The Colorado Rockies reserve the right to ask any Guest to discontinue the use of such devices.
Coors Field policies prohibit any article from extending over, under or past the vertical plane of any railing surrounding the playing field. This includes, but is not limited to: gloves, signs, banners, cameras, food, beverages, arms, legs, feet, hands or limbs.
Rain Check policy
If a game is rained out and rescheduled as part of a split doubleheader, the ticket will be used as a rain check and will be honored for the rescheduled game that replaces the original game. Retain possession of the Rain Check until the GAME NUMBERED OR NAMED on the ticket has been played to completion. The Rain Check is only good for this particular game and no part of the purchase price will be refunded by reason of the failure of the Holder to use it for this game. Should the GAME NUMBERED OR NAMED on the ticket not progress to or beyond a point of play constituting a regulation game under Official Baseball Rule 4.10 (c) after the Holder has been admitted to the ballpark, the Rain Check will be honored at the rescheduled game which replaces the GAME NUMBERED OR NAMED on the ticket.
If unable to attend the rescheduled game, the Holder may exchange the Rain Check for a ticket of the same value (subject to availability and restrictions) for any game during the current regular season. Such exchanges must occur prior to the first pitch of the rescheduled game. Complimentary tickets have a value of zero dollars, and therefore may not be exchanged. Complimentary tickets will be honored at the rescheduled game only. Discounted tickets may be exchanged only for the amount paid to the Colorado Rockies, and are subject to any constraints applicable to the original sale.
If a game is rained out and rescheduled as part of a regular, or traditional doubleheader, the ticket from the rained out game will not be honored at any subsequent game. Such tickets may be exchanged on a value-for-value basis, for any remaining game during the current regular season. Any tickets purchased through StubHub will need to be returned to StubHub for credit. Complimentary tickets have a value of zero dollars, and therefore may not be exchanged or refunded.
The right to postpone the playing of a game shall be vested in the home club. Once a game has started, the Umpire-in-Chief shall have sole right to determine whether the game shall be terminated because of bad weather or unfit playing conditions. Under the provisions of the Official Playing Rules, the Umpire-in-Chief shall have the sole and unquestioned authority to determine whether and when play shall be halted during a game; whether and when play shall be resumed; and whether and when a game shall be terminated because of bad weather or unfit playing conditions. The Official Playing Rules provide that when a game is temporarily suspended for rain, the chief of the umpire crew must wait 30 minutes before calling the game. The umpire may continue the suspension of the game as long as he believes there is any chance to resume play, attempting at all times to complete the game.
There are two access ramps located on the east and west sides of Coors Field. The east ramp can be accessed from Gate A and leads to the Main Concourse, Mezzanine Level and Upper Level. The west ramp can be accessed from Gate E and leads to the Wells Fargo Club, the Suite Level and the Upper Level. The grade on both ramps conforms to ADA standards.
The Colorado Rockies are working hard to care for the environment, doing their part to help keep Colorado green and clean. In a typical year, the Rockies plant over 50 trees as a result of home runs hit during the Green Game campaign and recycle many used materials such as: batteries, electronics, construction debris, fryer grease, glass, plastics, paper, cardboard, oil, pallets and compost leftover from food, grass clippings and shrubbery. In total, the Colorado Rockies have diverted over 316 tons from the landfill in one season alone.
Re-Entering The Ballpark
During games, Guests are permitted to leave the ballpark and return through any of the five entrance gates. Please see the Gate Supervisor or VIP Representative to have both your ticket and hand stamped. When returning to the ballpark, Guests must show their ticket and hand stamp, and should re-enter through the special pass-out gates at each entrance. (Please see Gates for a list of gate locations.) Guests will be required to go through the same security procedures as when they originally entered the ballpark. All persons and bags are subject to search. (Please also see Entering the Ballpark and Searches.)
The following list is a guide only. It is not intended to be all inclusive.
All restrooms at Coors Field have diaper changing stations available and are accessible to Guests with disabilities. The following is a list of sections where restrooms are located throughout the ballpark:
Restrooms are also located on the Suite Level outside of the following suites:
Retired Numbers (42) and (17)
The Colorado Rockies have two retired numbers, 17 and 42. In 1997, the Colorado Rockies, Major League Baseball and other Major League Clubs celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. On August 13, 1997, in a ceremony attended by Jackie's widow, Rachel, and daughter, Sharon, the Colorado Rockies officially retired the number 42 in honor of Jackie's historic and heroic contributions to the game of baseball.
Todd Helton's number 17 was retired on August 17, 2014 in honor of his 17 years of service to the Colorado Rockies. Having played his entire career in Colorado, Todd retired as the career leader in almost every offensive category in team history. His commitment to the organization and community were recognized with a weekend long celebration culminating in a pregame ceremony and unveiling of his number plaque in center field above the bullpens.
Rio on the Rocks
A destination spot on the Mezzanine Level of the ballpark (above sections 201-203) that provides a great center-field view of the game. It's a semi-enclosed area below the Upper Deck with floor to ceiling glass to the West providing additional protection from the elements. The area is available to groups, individuals and walk-ins, subject to availability.
For more information or to reserve a group, please call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Rockies Magazine is the official magazine of the Colorado Rockies. Published each season from March through September, Rockies Magazine gives fans the most in-depth look at the Rockies on and off the diamond through fantastic photography, player profiles, Minor League features and much more. In addition to being sold at vendor stands each home game day, subscriptions are available by calling (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rockies Rookies Kids Fan Club
Kids 15 years of age and younger are eligible to join the Rockies Rookies Kids Fan Club. Each member receives authentic merchandise and ticket discounts, as well as access to members only events. Events include Run-the-Bases days and a Rookies Youth Parade. Membership also includes the opportunity to throw out the first pitch, watch Rockies batting practice, win monthly prize packs and much more. Stop by the Coors Field Ticket Office or call (303) 312-2BAT for a membership application. You may also sign up and receive your Membership Pack at the Rockies Rookies kiosk in the Interactive Area at Gate A and Colorado Rockies Dugout stores. Applications are also available online at ROCKIES.com.
TICKETS FOR THE ROCKPILE: There is a four ticket limit per person for adult tickets per game. These limits apply whether purchasing Rockpile tickets in advance or day of game.
Advance Rockpile: A limited number of Rockpile tickets are available for advance purchase for all home games. Advance Rockpile tickets are available for purchase at the Coors Field Ticket Office, all King Soopers, select City Market and Colorado Rockies Dugout stores or by calling(303) ROCKIES (762-5437) or online (service charges apply).
Day of Game Rockpile: Both $4.00 and $1.00 Rockpile tickets are available for purchase day of game for most home games, beginning two hours prior to game time at the Rockpile Ticket Office located near Gate A. The Rockpile tickets are available to Guests 12 years of age and younger and 55 years of age and older for $1.00; there is a two ticket limit per person per game for the $1.00 tickets. The $1.00 tickets are only available for purchase at Coors Field and the child and/or senior must be present at the time of purchase.
The Rooftop is a 38,000 square foot destination constructed in the upper right-field deck, providing stunning panoramic views of Downtown Denver and the Front Range. Tavern Ballpark, the CHUBurger Colorado Craft Casual Grill and the Jack Daniels Terrace are three premium/bar eateries featured in this two-tiered area. Fans will also enjoy an urban garden setting, VIP Cabanas, numerous televisions and live pregame entertainment.
The Rooftop is open to all Coors Field ticketed guests and general admission tickets for The Rooftop are available for purchase starting at $14, which includes $6 in concession and/or merchandise credit. The Rooftop is a standing room area, however guests with general admission tickets will have access to first come, first served seating in sections U310-U314, excluding Opening Day, Fireworks and New York Yankees games (subject to change).
There are three group areas located on The Rooftop. The Shane Co.banas accommodate groups of 40 to 60 and include a private bar set-up and concessions credit on each ticket. The Jack Daniels Terrace Loft accommodates groups of 40 to 60 and includes a private bar set-up and concessions credit on each ticket. The Jack Daniels Terrace Deck is a pregame area that accommodates 150 to 400 people. Game tickets needed to reserve this space.
For more information about The Rooftop, please visit the website at ROCKIES.com/rooftop, follow @RoxRooftop on Twitter, call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437), or email email@example.com.
*Information subject to change*
RTD - RockiesRide
Please call RTD at (303) 299-6000 or stop by the Guest Relations Center at section 127 for a complete bus schedule.
Safety and Security
Guests who would like to discreetly notify our game-day staff of guest safety or security issues (e.g. security needed, broken seat, medical issue, etc.) may do so by texting "SECURITY" [space] followed by the issue and location to 97475. For example: SECURITY unruly guests in section 116 row 14 seat 7&8. Guest will receive text response and appropriate personnel will be dispatched to resolve the issue. Standard text messaging rates may apply.
Pocket schedules are available at the Guest Relations Center at section 127, at all Colorado Rockies Ticket Outlets or by calling (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Due to advertising commitments and game-related information, requests for personal messages on the main scoreboards will not be accepted. Scoreboard messages are available through the purchase of Group Tickets, a group picnic in the Platte River or Coors Outfield Picnic Areas, the renting of a Party Suite, Private Suite, Super Suite, the Warning Track Party Room, a pregame ceremony, National Anthem or through First Pitch participation. See Guest Announcement Board for more information about purchasing personal messages.
All persons consent to allowing the Colorado Rockies and/or their designees to inspect his/her person (and that of any minor accompanying such person) and any bags, clothing, or other articles for security purposes, by any means determined by the Colorado Rockies.
For information on prices and available locations, please call (303) ROCKIES or go online to ROCKIES.com/tickets. Season Tickets offer discounts of up to 45 percent compared to individual game prices. For information on 10, 15, 20 or 25-game packages see Mini-Plans.
See Something Say Something
In our continuing effort to make Coors Field a safe and enjoyable facility we encourage all Guests to alert us of any issue they encounter. To report any situation, either inside or outside of the park, text SECURITY to 97475 followed by the nature and location of the issue. You will receive a text response and appropriate personnel will be dispatched to resolve the issue. Standard text messaging rates may apply.
Homeland Security Begins with Hometown Security. If you see something suspicious taking place then report that behavior or activity to local law enforcement or in the case of emergency call 9-1-1. Factors such as race, ethnicity, national origin, or religious affiliation alone are not suspicious. For that reason, the public should report only suspicious behavior and situations (e.g., an unattended backpack in a public place or someone trying to break into a restricted area) rather than beliefs, thoughts, ideas, expressions, associations, or speech unrelated to terrorism or other criminal activity.
The nationwide "If You See Something, Say Something™" public awareness campaign is a simple and effective program to raise public awareness of indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities. The campaign was originally used by New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which has licensed the use of the slogan to DHS for anti-terrorism and anti-terrorism crime related efforts.
Animals are not permitted within Coors Field with the exception of trained service dogs for Guests with disabilities.
Silver Sluggers Senior Fan Club
This ticket package is a great value for adults 55 and older. Each package includes two tickets for six games that you can choose from a select number of games. The cost of the 2016 package is $120 (includes a $5 handling fee). There are a limited number of packages available.
In consideration of the health and comfort of others, Coors Field prohibits smoking, including the use of e-cigarettes, vaporizers and other similar devices at Coors Field except in designated smoking areas. Interior designated smoking areas are marked by yellow lines:
WELLS FARGO CLUB
It is illegal to consume marijuana in public. Smoking, ingesting or otherwise consuming marijuana is prohibited in all areas of Coors Field, including designated smoking areas.
Follow the Rockies on social media to stay connected with the club like never before! The Rockies are active on Facebook, Twitter (English: @Rockies, @RockiesPR and Spanish: @LosRockies), Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, Snapchat and Tumblr, each offering unique real-time updates, behind-the-scenes photos, ticket specials, contests, giveaways and more. Follow the Rockies on each of the platforms listed above and visit ROCKIES.com/connect for the Rockies' social media hub. For questions regarding Rockies social media, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In partnership with Xcel Energy, the Colorado Rockies installed solar panels on the Rockpile in 2007. These solar panels produce over 14,000 kilowatt hours of energy each year, enough to power the Rockpile board during games.
Numerous merchandise outlets are available throughout the ballpark. In addition to seven portable stands, Coors Field offers two main feature stores. The 7,000 square foot Diamond Dry Goods retail store (located on the first base side of the Main Concourse) is the largest of its kind in any Major League Baseball ballpark. The Majestic Team Store offers a full line of Majestic Authentic Collection merchandise for both adults and kids. Please note that all ballpark merchandise outlets are operated by aramark, not the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club. However, the Diamond Dry Goods Store does honor Season Ticket Holder discounts. (See Dugout Stores.)
See Interactive Area.
The Colorado Rockies play Spring Training games throughout the month of March at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Arizona. For information, call (888) 490-0383 or (303) ROCKIES (762-5437).
Stairwells are located throughout the ballpark, near the following sections and areas: Gates A and E, sections 101 (exit only), 105, 114, 123, 135, 147, 302, 305, 317, 331, 334 and the Rockpile (exit only).
Storage areas for permitted items are available at each lettered gate at Coors Field. Please check with the Gate Supervisor for availability and information. All items will be inspected. Guests assume liability for all items left in storage. See Claim Check - at gate/tent.
Located directly across from the Conference Center on the right-field Suite Level, these 13 unique Super Suites accommodate 12-500 people and feature retractable glass walls and windows with a catering package included. Call (303) ROCKIES (762-5437) for more information.
See Party Suites, Private Suites, Private Season Suites or Super Suites.
Tailgating is not permitted in any Rockies operated parking lot. Persons may not consume alcohol in the parking lots, including inside their vehicles.
See Guest Relations Center at section 127 for information regarding Taxi Service.
TDD Phones are text phones for Guests with hearing or speech impairments. Text telephones provide a keyboard input and visual display output to callers and receiving parties connected over standard telephone lines and networks. A TDD phone is available on the Main Concourse at Section 127 (Guest Relations).
See Interactive Area.
Tours of Coors Field
Tours of Coors Field are conducted year-round and last approximately 75 minutes. Some of the areas seen on tour include the Dugout, Visitor's Clubhouse, Press Level, Wells Fargo Club, Suite Level and Concourse Areas.
Public Tour Times:
During the season (April - September):
During the offseason (October - March):
Group/Private Tours (year round):
Groups of 25 or more must schedule a private tour. Groups will receive a $1.00-$2.00 discount per person. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Group tours cannot be scheduled at public tour times. Please call for available times. Groups of less than 25 people can reserve a private tour by paying for a minimum group size (25 people). If you have a group of special needs individuals (regardless of group size) please call to discuss private tour options.
Tickets may be purchased at the Coors Field Ticket Office, Rockies Dugout Stores, by calling (303) ROCKIES (762-5437), or online at ROCKIES.com ($1 service charge applies).
Net proceeds from the Coors Field Tour Program benefit the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Foundation. All tours are accessible to Guests with disabilities. All dates, times and viewing areas are subject to change without notice.
Follow the Rockies on Twitter @Rockies, @RockiesPR or in Spanish @LosRockies. See Social Media.
Facts about the Coors Field Water Feature:
Warning Track Party Room
See Party Suites.
In the event of inclement or potentially dangerous weather Guests may be asked to seek shelter out of the seating area. Please follow the direction of Coors Field Staff to the nearest shelter area. Shelter areas include stairwells, restrooms and other enclosed areas within the park.
The Colorado Rockies official website at ROCKIES.com features in-depth statistics, player bios, live game day coverage and broadcasts, video highlights and more. Fans who sign up as a registered user of ROCKIES.com are eligible to receive exclusive ticket specials, announcements, news and more, all completely customizable. Go to ROCKIES.com and click on "Register" in the top right corner for details.
Wells Fargo Club Level at Coors Field
The Wells Fargo Club at Coors Field is the Club Level premium seating area at the ballpark. In partnership with Wells Fargo, this area offers unique upgraded amenities, concourses and concession options. See Club Level.
The Colorado Rockies have a limited number of wheelchairs available to assist Guests at Coors Field. If wheelchair service is needed to transport a Guest to a seat location or back to one of the gates at the conclusion of the game, please notify a Coors Field Guest Relations Representative for assistance. Due to the limited number of wheelchairs, these can only be used to transport Guests and cannot be rented or borrowed to sit in while watching the game. Safety considerations limit transportees to 250 pounds or less. Please be aware that wheelchairs are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, during periods of heavy volume, Guests may be asked to wait until a wheelchair becomes available to transport them either to their seats or back to the gates. In the event of a medical emergency in which wheelchair service is needed, please see the nearest Coors Field Representative.
The Colorado Rockies invite Guests to stand on the Main Concourse to watch the game, but they must stand behind the yellow line and away from aisle entry points. Please limit standing in the Upper Level portals or platform areas to those times when you are waiting for a break in the action to return to your seats.
Youth Sports Development
The Colorado Rockies have continued their support of youth baseball across the region. The Colorado Rockies youth baseball program includes Youth Baseball Clinics that emphasize fundamentals and teamwork. The Colorado Rockies youth baseball program also includes the Major League Baseball program, Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI), a program designed to bring baseball to a higher level across urban areas. Other programs include Colorado Rockies Youth Baseball Camp at Coors Field, Colorado Rockies Futures Game and the Colorado Rockies Baseball Skills Challenge. All of the Colorado Rockies youth baseball programs encourage teamwork, discipline and fun. For more information relating to youth baseball please contact email@example.com.