Step Inside: Coors Field – Home of the Colorado Rockies

Home of the Colorado Rockies

Coors Field, home to the Colorado Rockies, is the ballpark venue most likely to take your breath. Located in Denver’s Lower Downtown (LoDo) neighborhood with the team’s hulking namesake Rocky Mountains in clear view, Major League Baseball’s highest elevated stadium offers a peak gameday experience with historically home-run heavy scoring in the Mile High City.

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Coors Field History

Coors Field opened in 1995 ahead of the Colorado Rockies’ third season as an MLB expansion team. Construction of the stadium actually revealed an assortment of dinosaur fossils, which eventually inspired the team’s triceratops mascot, Dinger. Due to Denver’s high altitude, dry climate and high winds, Coors Field instantly became a hitter’s paradise, regularly leading the league in home runs hit and holding the single-season record at 303 since 1997. In 2002, the Rockies took an unprecedented step to address the high-flying frenzy by installing state-of-the-art humidors to maintain the balls’ hardness ahead of games.

The ballpark became the foundation of Denver’s revitalized sports venues, opening years ahead of the nearby Ball Arena, home of the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche and the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, as well as Empower Field at Mile High, home of the NFL’s Denver Broncos. Coors Field has undergone several renovations of its own, including the addition of a rooftop deck in 2013 and a massive scoreboard upgrade in 2018.

Aside from the Rockies’ regular season action, Coors Field hosted the MLB All-Star Game in 1998 and 2021. Despite its design as a baseball-centric stadium, the venue has also presented NHL games, like the 2016 NHL Stadium Series, and concerts with Zac Brown Band, Billy Joel, Eagles, Kane Brown and more.

Parking and Admission at Coors Field

Parking for Coors Field can be purchased in advance via Ticketmaster, in-person at the Coors Field Ticket Office or Colorado Rockies Dugout Stores and by phone at 303-ROCKIES (762-5437). Single-game parking passes begin at $18 on events held between Monday and Thursday, and $23 from Friday to Sunday. Day-of parking passes can be purchased by credit card only at Lot A or B. Lots open two-and-a-half hours ahead of the scheduled first pitch.

Coors Field policy prohibits any bag, object or container larger than the MLB-standard 16″ x 16″ x 8″. Bags and purses must be soft-sided and single-pocketed. Notably, all bags are subject to search ahead of entry. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are largely permitted provided they are contained in soft-sided bags or coolers within the required size or thermoses 22 ounces or smaller.

As for prohibited items, Coors Field rules state that guests will be denied entry with alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs, glass bottles, aluminum or metal cans, camera tripods or legs, sticks, clubs, or weapons, fireworks, noise makers, laser pointers, beachballs, or skates of any kind. See the full list of Coors Field restrictions on the team’s website.

Coors Field Capacity & Seating Options

Operating with a 50,144 capacity including standing room areas, Coors Field offers an array of seating options across four levels, 63 luxury suites and 4,526 club and VIP seats. The Rooftop and outfield Picnic Areas offer two breathtaking, panoramic views of the field and Denver overall, while fans can assemble at “The Rockpile” in the center-field bleachers or find a more intimate experience with tickets to the Toyota Clubhouse or Mountain Ranch, Legacy and PNC Press club seats.

What are the best seats at Coors Field?

The best seats at Coors Field vary depending on the event and personal preferences. Check out Coors Field seating charts and find your favorite seat today.

Food & Beverage Options at Coors Field

Coors Field offers guests one of the most eclectic menus in baseball, combining the unique flavors of the Mountain West with the familiar comforts of ballpark favorites. Green chiles and empanadas abound the Colorado Rockies concessions, along with ballpark outposts for local spots such as Biker Jim’s and Smashburger. Adventurous guests can also take a crack at the Rocky Mountain Oysters or explore the park with the new Doritos Walking Nacho.

For more local picks, stop by Blue Moon Brewery at The Sandlot, where the popular belgian white beer was first introduced in 1995. Finally, of course, the stadium’s namesake brewer offers plenty of canned and draft Coors options at the Silver Bullet Bar.

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