Tickets to Oracle Park
TicketSmarter has Oracle Park tickets for all San Francisco Giants home games and concerts held throughout the year. Located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, California 94107, the ballpark has been home to the Giants since its opening in 2000. The MLB stadium has gone through several name changes throughout the years. The park has previously been known as Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park, and AT&T Park. This has led to several nicknames by fans including Pac Bell Park, The Phone Booth, Telephone Park, The Bell, or Mays Field in honor of Willie Mays. The stadium has held multiple games of the World Series as well as the MLB All-Star Game.
In addition to Major League Baseball, Oracle Park tickets have been available for multiple concert events, NCAA College Football games, and soccer matches between MLS teams and international soccer clubs. Some of the internationally known acts that have performed at the ballpark include Dave Matthews Band, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, and Ed Sheeran.
Oracle Park Seating Chart
Oracle Park is well known for providing one of the greatest ballpark experiences in the nation. The lower 100-level seating surrounds the ballpark going all the way from the infield to the outfield, while the 200-level and 300-level seating goes from the infield down to the first and third base foul lines. Concerts typically have reserved seating on the outfield with either a general admissions standing pit or reserved seating pit directly in front of the stage.
You can use TicketSmarter’s interactive seating map to find the best tickets available. Simply click the game or event you are interested in and we’ll show you all sections with seating available and you can use our filter tool to breakdown the ticket listings by price, section, and row.
Oracle Park Schedule
The San Francisco Giants typically play 81 home games at Oracle Park, starting the season in March and finishing the regular season in September. If the Giants go into postseason play, the playoffs and World Series games stretch through October. The Giants play in the West division of the National League, pitting them against divisional rivals such as the LA Dodgers, Arizona Diamondbacks, Colorado Rockies, and San Diego Padres. In addition to the MLB season, multiple concerts are often scheduled during the summer months creating a great outdoor live event experience. Some of the acts that perform at the stadium include Guns N Roses, Weezer, Green Day and Fall Out Boy. Be sure to check back on our Oracle Park schedule often as new concerts and Major League Baseball tickets are added to the schedule.
How much are Oracle Park tickets?
Ticket prices will fluctuate depending on the event and where your seats are located. On average, the cost to attend a live event at Oracle Park is $115.62. Seats located in the back of the venue are always the cheapest option and can cost as low as $20.00 a ticket. Premium seating with unobstructed views of the event can go for as high as $6489.00 for a seat near the action.
How many events are coming to Oracle Park?
Oracle Park has 85 exciting live events scheduled.
Who is playing at Oracle Park?
Spring Training: San Francisco Giants vs. Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants vs. San Diego Padres are scheduled to come to the Oracle Park.
Spring Training: San Francisco Giants vs. Oakland Athletics Oracle Park tickets March 30th, 2021 at TBD
San Francisco Giants vs. San Diego Padres Oracle Park tickets October 3rd, 2021 at TBD
What time does Oracle Park open?
The Oracle Park doors usually open 45 minutes before the event on March 30th, 2021 at TBD. Guests should arrive at the venue 30 - 60 minutes early to find parking near the venue.
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