Coors Field

is located in Denver, Co and is the home of the Colorado Rockies. Coors Field was the first new stadium added in a six-year period in which Denver’s sports venues were upgraded, along with Pepsi Center and Sports Authority Field at Mile High. It was also the first baseball-only National League Park since Dodger Stadium was built in 1962.

Coors Field, Denver COThe center field bleachers are known as “The Rockpile.” During the 1993 and 1994 seasons when the team played at Mile High Stadium, the Rockpile was located in the south stands, which were in dead center field and far away from home plate. The same design was incorporated into Coors Field with the Rockpile located in deep center field, however it is much higher in the new stadium. The original Rockpile seats sold for $1 each.

During construction, workers discovered dinosaur fossils throughout the excavation site, including a 7-foot-long 1,000-pound triceratops skull which slowed down construction. Because of fossil discoveries, “Jurassic Park” was considered as a tongue-in-cheek name that was considered for the stadium. The discovery of the fossils did lead to the selection of a dinosaur as the Rockies’ mascot, “Dinger.”

While most of the seats in Coors Field are dark green, the seats in the 20th row of the upper deck are purple. This marks the city’s one mile elevation point.

The Blue Moon Brewery at The Sandlot is a microbrewery/restaurant that is behind the Right Field Stands, with an entrances from the inside of Coors Field as well as Blake Street. The brewery is operated by the Coors Brewing Company and experiments with craft beers right inside the stadium, the popular Blue Moon Belgian Style Wheat Beer was created in the micro brewery here. Every year, the micro brewery enters its new creations into the Great American Beer Festival in many different categories, and have won many awards. The restaurant is housed in a building that is attached to the stadium.

Behind the center field wall is a landscapes in a way that reflects the environment of the Rocky Mountains. The landscaping contains: a waterfall, fountains, and pine trees. After a Rockies home run or win the fountains shoot water into the air.

Location:2001 Blake Street Denver, Colorado 80205 Opened: 1995 Capacity: 50,445 (with standing room at least 51,267) Field Surface: Natural Grass

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Coors Field General Venue Information


Coors Field is located at 20th and Blake Streets, in Denver’s historic Lower Downtown.
The Ballpark can be reached a number of ways:
* From the North – Take I-25 south to Exit #213 (Park Ave. West)
* From the Northeast – Travel southwest on I-76 to I-25 South, Exit #213 (Park Ave. West)
* From the West – Travel east on I-70 to I-25 South, Exit #213 (Park Ave. West)
* From the East – Go west on I-70 to I-25 South, Exit #213 (Park Ave. West)
* From the South – Travel north on I-25 to Exit #212C (Park Ave. West)


There are 3,800 spaces on-site at Coors Field. Day of game parking is available in Lot A for $13.00 and Lot B for $11.00. RV and bus parking is available for $25.00 at 22nd and Wazee Streets, and 27th and Blake Streets. Motorcycle parking is available for $11.00 in Lot A. 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 Office, Colorado Rockies Dugout Stores, by phone at 1-800-388-ROCK (7625) or online at

Public Transportation
Leave the driving to RTD. Use RockiesRide, Light Rail, the Broadway Shuttle or other regional or local routes. Call (303) 299-6000, or visit

Box Office Numbers

Call (303) ROCKIES for all your inquires.

Box Office Hours

After February 20, 2010, regular box office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with extended hours on home game days. Sunday home game days only, 9:00 a.m. to approximately 4:00 p.m.

Types of Payment Accepted

Types of payment accepted are Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Will Call

Will Call is defined as tickets left by the Colorado Rockies, tickets purchased via mail, online or telephone orders that were not mailed, and 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 I.D. 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) 292-0200.

Accessible Seating

There are approximately 1,000 accessible and companion seats available throughout Coors Field. When purchasing seats, please indicate to the ticket seller (whether ordering by phone or in person) that you require accessible seating. If you are mailing your order, indicate this request on your mail order form. 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.

General Rules

Prohibited Items:
1. Alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs
2. Non-alcoholic beer or similar items
3. Glass bottles and aluminum or metal cans (including aerosol cans)
4. All hard-sided coolers and containers, regardless of size
5. All hard-sided briefcases, regardless of size
6. All soft-sided bags and containers larger than 16″x16″x8″
7. Camera tri, dual or single leg pods by non-media personnel. Video cameras are permitted as long as live game action is not recorded as specified by MLB Policy (See Cameras and Game Information Prohibition.)
8. Bota bags or wine skin
9. Sticks or clubs (including signs attached to sticks)
10. Fireworks
11. Firearms or other weapons
12. Bullhorns or noise makers
13. Confetti, soap bubbles
14. Animals (except service animals for Guests with disabilities)
15. Beachballs, balloons and other inflatables
16. Skateboards, rollerblades or shoes with wheels (Heelys)
17. Stools or folding chairs
18. Large squirt guns or super soakers
19. Fishing nets and poles
20. Any fruit or vegetable larger than a grapefruit must be sliced
21. Laser pointers
22. Insulated coolers, cups and thermoses larger than 22 oz.
23. Pizza boxes larger than personal size

Permitted Items:
1. Plastic beverage containers
2. Soft-sided bags or containers 16″x 16″x 8″ or smaller
3. Insulated cups or thermoses 22 ounces or smaller
4. Food items
5. Any fruit or vegetable grapefruit-sized or smaller
6. Still and video cameras (see Cameras)
7. Binoculars
8. Seat cushions and bleacher back rest
9. Umbrellas during the threat of inclement weather. In consideration of the safety and sight lines of others, please use only small, compact umbrellas (28″ – 34″ span). Large golf umbrellas and umbrellas with metal tips are strongly discouraged.
10. Paper or plastic cups with permitted beverages
11. Plastic baby bottles
12. Baseball bats – for the purpose of autographs; must be stored underneath the seats once the game begins
13. Brooms – 6′ maximum length (only on the day of a potential sweep)
14. Potato chip or nut cardboard cans with metal tops or bottoms
15. Strollers – that fold or collapse to fit underneath seats (larger strollers may be claim-checked at the gates upon entry)
16. Motorcycle and bicycle helmets
17. Empty camel packs

Children Rules

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.

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