The Los Angeles Angels @ Angel Stadium

I always dreamed of making it in baseball, but life has moved pretty quickly for me.
— Mike Trout

Bobblehead Availability

This is the average amount of time after gates open that bobbleheads are still available

While Supplies Last


Claim Percentage

This is the average percentage of game attendees that will receive a bobblehead

78% (1st 34K*)

*Angels staff said that there were approximately 34K bobbleheads for the While Supplies Last promo


Seating

Angel Stadium is an open roof stadium in southern California, therefore expect mild to even windy temperatures. It's not a bad idea to bring a light jacket to the park especially for night games. I would recommend you sit either behind home plate, or along the third base line to avoid getting tan.

*Orange area indicates sun exposure    edited from source:   https://www.mlb.com/angels/tickets/seating-map

*Orange area indicates sun exposure

edited from source: https://www.mlb.com/angels/tickets/seating-map


Parking

There is no need to go with ParkWhiz since parking at Angel Stadium is relatively inexpensive, effortless, and right next to the stadium. I have always used the entrance on Gene Autry Way next to the big "A" sign. Parking is a flat $10 for general and $20 for preferred, and you will be directed to parking areas based on how staff wants to direct traffic.

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Entrances

My advice is to enter through the Left Field Gate aka Gate 1, if possible (this is a big stadium so gates are not located near each other). This gate has 10 security entrances: 4 on the left, 4 on the right, and 2 express entrances (I believe for season ticket holders), all accepting bags. The alternative is the Home Plate Gate, which has about 14 security entrances.

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Bobbleheads