The Indians Capacity Will Be Increased To 40% In May


CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Indians announced tickets for all May home games will go on sale to the general public starting Monday, May 3. Following new public health orders regarding outside events from the Ohio Department of Health and the Governor of Ohio, capacity will be increased from 30% to 40%.

Ticket availability for the 2021 season will continue to be determined on a monthly basis until the ballpark is allowed to operate at full capacity again. The general public will only have access to May home games when tickets become available. Capacity limits will be reviewed each month based on approved health and safety protocols prior to new monthly game tickets being released.

*All fans currently holding tickets to May 2021 games will be contacted via email within the next two weeks with fan-friendly ticket options and priority access.

The Ohio Department of Health recently announced new protocols for attendance at outdoor sporting events, including Cleveland Indians games. Beginning with the May 7 home stand, fans at Progressive Field can be seated in ‘mixed pods,’ or pods consisting of multiple groups from separate parties capped at 10 individuals. Tickets will still be sold in quantities of two, four or six tickets (extremely limited amount of six-person pods available) to make up the ‘mixed pods.’ All ‘mixed pods’ will be socially distanced by approximately six feet from another ‘mixed pod.’ All fans will be required to wear a Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommended face mask at all times while in the ballpark unless they are actively eating or drinking in ticketed seats

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