Join us for a Saturday Night Doubleheader! Purchase a ticket to see the Dodgers play the Colorado Rockies on Saturday, July 13 and stay after the game for an exclusive screening of "42," a film depicting the true story of Dodger Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson.
The Dodgers game begins at 4:15pm, and the movie screening, which will appear on Dodger Stadium's new high definition video screens, will begin shortly after the conclusion of the game. Academy Award® winning director Brian Helgeland, actors Chadwick Boseman and John C. McGinley and Dodger great Don Newcombe, a teammate of Jackie Robinson, will participate in a question and answer session prior to the screening of the hit film on the field. The movie "42" is rated PG-13. Parents are strongly cautioned that some material may be inappropriate for children under the age of 13. The true story film includes profane and offensive language, including racist slurs, and violence.
The Dodger game will also be preceded by On-Field Photo Day - so don't miss a Saturday full of excitement!
Please be advised the Dodger Stadium Express will start running at 1:00pm and will continue running up to 45 minutes after the movie has ended.