BALTIMORE– The Orioles announced Thursday that tickets for all remaining home games, including June through September, will go on sale Wednesday, May 26, beginning at noon. Additionally, in consultation with the City of Baltimore, State of Maryland, and the Maryland Stadium Authority, the Orioles will no longer operate under capacity restrictions beginning June 1.
The Orioles will offer a special, two-hour online presale to fans who are subscribed to the free digital Orioles Insider Newsletter, beginning Wednesday, May 26, at 10 a.m. To receive an invitation for the exclusive presale, fans can sign up for Orioles Insider at Orioles.com/Newsletter.
Social distancing will no longer be required between groups of ticket holders. For fans that would still like the opportunity to physically distance from others, the Orioles will continue to offer “pod” seating in select sections.
All fans in attendance will still be required to adhere to the club’s Gameday Health and Safety policies while at the ballpark. In conjunction with Baltimore City mandates, these protocols require fans to wear masks properly (covering the nose and mouth) at all times, unless actively eating or drinking at their assigned seating location.
The club will also continue to utilize digital ticketing for easy and contactless entry to the ballpark, and Oriole Park at Camden Yards will remain a cashless facility, including ballpark parking lots, concession stands, and ticket windows.
Bags will continue to be prohibited at the ballpark, with the exception of medically necessary items including diaper bags. Clutch purses no larger than 5″ x 7″ will be allowed.
For a list of current promotions and events at Oriole Park this season, please visit Orioles.com/Promotions. Additional promotions and events may be added throughout the summer.