Do you bleed Dodger Blue? Then there’s just one place to go to see your favorite team play: Dodger Stadium in downtown Los Angeles. Since 1962, it’s been the home of the L.A. Dodgers, making it the third oldest baseball stadium in the country, after Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field. With seating for 56,000 fans, there are plenty of Dodger Stadium tickets to enjoy a game. Unlike a lot of other stadiums and arenas, that routinely host a variety of sports, concerts, and other events, Dodger Stadium has generally been primarily for baseball. There are a few notable exceptions of course, like when they hosted the Three Tenors in 1994. But for the most part, baseball is all they need. Still, the Dodger Stadium box office manages to maintain variety, with a number of special promotions and events, such as Friday Night Fireworks every Friday, along with special exhibition games, free merchandise giveaways, and more.