This is awesome:

For the first time in Dodger Stadium history, fans and their family can sleep on the outfield grass. The inaugural Dodger Stadium sleepover will be on Sunday, July 9 following the game against Giants. For $300 per person ($250 for full season ticket holders) fans will get field level seats to Sunday night’s game, dinner at the new Loge Terrace compliments of Outback Steakhouse, a Dodger pillow, commemorative t-shirt, late evening movie on DodgerVision and other on-field activities.

If the Reds did something like that, I would definitely do it…well, at least, I would if my kids were older (like Jon at Dodger Thoughts said). Wouldn’t that be a fun evening with the kids?

3 Responses

  1. Bill Hansing

    For the first time in Dodger Stadium history, fans and their family can sleep on the outfield grass. The inaugural Dodger Stadium sleepover will be on Sunday, July 9 following the game against Giants. For $300 per person ($250 for full season ticket holders) fans will get field level seats to Sunday night’s game, dinner at the new Loge Terrace compliments of Outback Steakhouse, a Dodger pillow, commemorative t-shirt, late evening movie on DodgerVision and other on-field activities.

    Sounds kind of “steep” to sleep on the field.

  2. John

    San Francisco was the first, I believe. I pointed this out to John Allen a couple of years ago, but it obviously hasn’t gone anywhere. The Reds might just be too conservative (insurance risk, y’know).