The Angels organization has announced fans will make their return to Angel Stadium to begin the 2021 season. Governor Gavin Newsom has modified state guidelines allowing limited fan attendance for all California teams starting April 1.
Orange County continues plans to transition into different tier levels. The Halos will coincide with this, beginning the season at 20 percent capacity and later expanding to 33 percent and 67 percent. This means there will be around 9,010 available seats on Opening Day.
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Currently, Orange County sits in the highest tier, purple, meaning widespread COVID-19 cases. The belief is that the county is closer to moving towards the less-restrictive red tier, allowing for more businesses reopening.
Angels: Fans will be making their return to Angel Stadium this season.
Information regarding ticket sales and suite rentals will be available once the State of California finalizes the new guidelines.
It seems like ages ago, but we are finally getting closer to returning to the ballpark. I think I can speak for all fans in saying this can’t come soon enough. There’s nothing better than taking in a ballgame on a summer day or night, cheering on your favorite team. When they’re winning, it makes the experience even better.
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The Halos will open the season with a four-game home series against the White Sox beginning April 1.