This year's construction project will include replacing the physical seats within the primary seating bowl utilizing the stadium's original color palette; repairing and conducting maintenance on the concrete and structure within the seating bowl area; and introducing a traditional yet modern "box" seat concept within the baseline seating area.
In an effort to continuously improve the fan experience at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers recently broke ground on a new park and picnic area outside Dodger Stadiumís Loge Level. The project will be ready for public access by Opening Day, and includes:
Multiple seating areas with tables
Food and beverage areas
20 palm trees
Five (5) 75-80-year old mature olive trees
Water fountain element
Other plantings indigenous to Dodger Stadium historic landscaping
Please check back for frequent photo gallery updates on the progress of this new and exciting project.
This year's Dodger Stadium restoration project will be completed before Opening Day. Some of the improvements include:
50,000 seats replaced
Seating bowl returned to the original color palette: yellow, light orange, turquoise and sky blue
Box seating added to baseline area, improving sightlines, adding legroom and introducing a table amenity
Pavilion seating returned to original light orange
Stadium bowl concrete repaired, resurfaced and refinished
• Architect Emil Praeger adopts Mid-Century Modern design for ballpark
• Stadium views reveal a breath-taking vista of downtown Los Angeles to the south; green, tree-lined Elysian hills to the north and east; and the San Gabriel Mountains beyond
• Original stadium color scheme light clay pastels: yellow, light orange, turquoise and sky blue
• View 1960s image »
• Replacement of wooden seats with plastic seats, saturating the existing colors
• Pavilion seating becomes orange and yellow
• Dugout Level seats remain with alternating rainbow trim color pattern
• View 1970s image »
• Pavilion seating altered to include yellow and blue
• Outfield wall a more saturated blue
• View 1980s image »
• New construction of the Dugout Club as part of a limited renovation
• Pavilion seating changes to orange and blue
• Outfield wall becomes Dodger Blue
• Luxury Suites added to the club level
• Suite and Dugout Club levels add silver to overall color palette
• State-of-the-art grass field installed; warning track rubberized
• View 1990s image »
• The first phase of a multi-year improvement plan is completed
• LED Ribbon board added across the entire facade of the Loge Level
• New construction of 1600 seats along both baselines
• Dugouts expanded and enhanced
• Return to a dirt warning track
• View 2005 image »
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The Los Angeles Dodgers announced plans for the second phase of their multi-year plan for ongoing improvements at Dodger Stadium.
The multi-million dollar off-season construction project will include replacing the physical seats within the primary seating bowl utilizing the stadium's original color palette; repairing and conducting maintenance on the concrete and structure within the seating bowl area; and introducing a traditional yet modern "box" seat concept within the baseline seating area.
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