San Francisco Giants FanFest 2023 at Oracle Park
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Oracle Park | 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
KNBR’s 28th Giants FanFest takes place at Oracle Park, Saturday, February 4, 2023 for the first time in three years.
The day typically includes live KNBR broadcasts on the field, player Q&As, free player autographs, places to take photos, walk or play catch on the field (weather permitting), self-guided tours, a kids zone and more.
Expect a chance to roam the field, plus a chance to take photos with the World Series trophies.
2023 Updates: Join your 2023 San Francisco Giants players and coaches for the annual KNBR & Giants FanFest, presented by Scottsdale, Arizona. At this free event, fans can experience an array of activities: listen to live interviews, participate in Q&A sessions, seek autographs, access the field, play games at the Bullpen Boardwalk, get a selfie with a Giants VIP, tour the Giants Clubhouse, buy game tickets without paying fees, shop at the Giants Dugout Store and enjoy the variety of ballpark food offerings.
Please note that the lines to meet the popular players can be extremely long, so come prepared to be patient.
28th Annual KNBR Giants FanFest
Saturday, February 4, 2023 | 10 am to 3 pm
Oracle Park, San Francisco
FREE Admission (Rain or Shine)
- “Orange Carpet Ceremony” – Welcome the 2023 Giants at 9:15am at Willie Mays Plaza during a special “Orange Carpet” ceremony.
- Events and locations subject to change due to inclement weather and circumstances beyond the team’s control.
2023 Event Details
KNBR & Giants FanFest, presented by Scottsdale, Arizona, begins at 10 a.m. and concludes at 3 p.m. Gates will open at 10 a.m.
Fans can enter KNBR & Giants FanFest using one of three Oracle Park entrances: Willie Mays Gate, Lefty O’Doul Gate and Second and King Street Gate. The Marina Gate will be exclusive for Season Ticket Members. Ballpark access will not be available from the Giants Dugout Store or Public House.
Fans are encouraged to arrive at Willie Mays Plaza by 9:15 a.m. to welcome the 2023 Giants during a special “Orange Carpet” ceremony.
Backpacks are not permitted (including clear backpacks). Other bags, smaller than 16″x16″x8″ are allowed.
During the entire event, KNBR talent will broadcast live from the KNBR Stage in front of home plate, interviewing Giants players, coaches and executives. Fans are encouraged to sit in the stands to watch and listen to their favorite players and KNBR personalities.
Located on the 3rd base side of the Alaska Airlines Club Level, KNBR talent will be conducting live interviews with players, coaches and medical staff. Fans will have the opportunity to ask questions of the players and featured VIPs. Theater capacity will be closely monitored and enforced.
Located on the 1st base side of the Alaska Airlines Club Level, the Kids Press Conference presented by Pacific Catch allows preselected kids the opportunity to ask questions of the players and featured VIPs. Theater capacity will be closely monitored and enforced.
Fans can seek autographs from players and coaches on the View Level at Sections 316 and 334. Please be advised that lines could be long. Giants VIPs will rotate between stations approximately every 50 minutes. Limit one autograph per person, per VIP, posed photos are not allowed and waiting for the next group of VIPs is not permitted. The Giants aim to keep fans waiting in line informed of the wait times throughout the day, but it is possible that not all fans in line will receive an autograph.
If a guest is unable to stand in line due to mobility, they can visit the autograph station exit to receive an access pass for a designated return time (mirroring the main line wait time). The access pass allows the guest to return to that autograph station’s exit to be integrated into the line. The access pass will be valid for the pass holder and up to 3 guests only.
Located on the View Level at Section 304, fans will have the chance to take a selfie with players, coaches, broadcasters and other Giants VIPs. Please be advised that lines could be long. VIPs will rotate between stations approximately every 50 minutes. Limit one selfie per person, per VIP and waiting for the next group of VIPs is not permitted. The Giants aim to keep fans waiting in line informed of the wait times throughout the day, but it is possible that not all fans in line will receive a selfie.
If a guest is unable to stand in line due to mobility, they can visit the selfie station exit to receive an access pass for a designated return time (mirroring the main line wait time). The access pass allows the guest to return to that station’s exit to be integrated into the line. The access pass will be valid for the pass holder and up to 3 guests only.
FanFest offers exclusive access to the field and other locations around the park that fans don’t typically get to experience. Fans can take photos with family and friends from inside the Giants Dugout or take a tour of the Giants Clubhouse.
- Tour the Giants Press Box and see the field from the media’s perspective.
- Visit The Garden, located behind the centerfield wall, to see fruits and vegetables growing in a unique setting.
- Come down to the Bullpen Boardwalk to play skee-ball, pop-a-shot and other games.
- Catch a glimpse of the three World Series Championship Trophies and Rings on the Promenade Level, located directly behind home plate.
The Giants will host a special screening of The Other Boys of Summer, a documentary exploring racism, segregation and civil rights through the lives of the Negro League Baseball Players. The 42-minute film screening will take place on the Oracle Suite Level in the Executive Meeting Room at 11 a.m. followed by an exclusive Q&A session with the film’s director Lauren Meyer and Giants Chief DEI Officer Roscoe Mapps, hosted by Giants PA Announcer Dr. Renel Brooks-Moon. Space will be limited and seats will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
Food and drink (including alcohol) will be available at concession stands throughout the ballpark.
2023 Giants tickets can be purchased at the Box Office on King Street adjacent to Willie Mays Plaza beginning at 8 a.m. Tickets will also be sold inside the park, once gates open. Tickets purchased at FanFest will be sold without fees (orders subject to local taxes). Tickets are mobile only, which can be instantly accessed in the MLB Ballpark app.
FanFest will take place rain or shine. Come prepared!
Transportation optionsPublic Transportation
Fans are encouraged to take public transportation to Oracle Park. Please use trip-planning apps or visit individual operators’ websites for weekend schedules.
- Caltrain: The San Francisco station is located one block from the ballpark. Caltrain will operate one extra train before and after FanFest. See schedule here.
- Muni Metro: Muni provides train and bus service to and from Oracle Park and connects to BART at Embarcadero Station. The N Judah stops at 2nd & King, adjacent to Oracle Park.
- BART: Take BART to the Embarcadero station and connect to the N Judah or walk a short distance to the ballpark. See schedule here.
- AC Transit: AC Transit’s Transbay lines provide service between the Salesforce Transit Center and the inner East Bay. See schedule here.Driving/Parking
If taking public transit is not an option for you, we recommend reserving parking in advance with SpotHero. Parking reservations are required in Lot A/Pier 48. Oracle Park’s free Accessibility Shuttle will operate between Lot A/Pier 48 parking and the O’Doul Gate from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.Biking
Secure and free bike parking will be available at the Bike Valet on the Portwalk near the Dignity Health Center from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Learn more.Ridehail
Passenger loading and taxi zones around Oracle Park make it easy to hail a ride to or from the ballpark. After FanFest, you will need to walk to one of the passenger loading zones shown on the map here.
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.