Free Opera at the Ballpark 2018 Canceled | Oracle Park
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Oracle Park (Formerly AT&T Park) | 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
2018 Update – Due to San Francisco Opera’s presentation of the Ring of the Nibelung this summer the Opera at the Ballpark event has been postponed. Check back for updates in the fall of 2018 for the announcement of the next Opera in the Ballpark.
Going to see Don Giovanni at the War Memorial Opera House costs, oh, upwards of $200 for good seats. But, thanks to the Opera at the Ballpark program, you can watch a live simulcast of the very same opera on the giant HD screens in the ballpark from any seat in Oracle Park totally free with 30,000 of your closest opera fan friends. The live simulcast will be transmitted from the War Memorial Opera House to Oracle Park’s 103-feet wide high definition video board.
Typically beginning at 5 pm, registered fans with printed confirmation may enter the park. Gates open for general entry (without printed confirmation) at 6 pm, but check sfopera.com for details. Opera Length:
The simulcast will last approximately 3 hours, 20 minutes, including one intermission, during which you can stretch, roam the ballpark, chat with friends or fellow fans or enjoy ballpark hot dogs and garlic fries (concession stands will be open for business). Field Seating:
Field seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis; guests must enter either through the Marina Gate or the 2nd and King Employee Entrances to receive a wristband to access field seating.