Cleveland Indians Announce Changes to Capacity Limits & Covid-19 Protocols

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Cleveland, OH - The Cleveland Indians today announced that Progressive Field will return to full capacity starting June 2, following Governor Mike DeWine’s announcement ending Ohio’s coronavirus health orders. Tickets for all remaining home games will go on sale to the general public starting Wednesday, May 26 at 10AM ET on

The summer celebration at Progressive Field will start on June 11 with a 7-game homestand against Seattle (June 11-13) and Baltimore (June 14-17). The June 11 weekend will feature Sugardale Dollar Dog Night (June 11), $2 Pregame in the Districts presented by Miller Lite (June 11 & 12), Fireworks presented by B’laster Corporation (June 11), Block ‘C’ Magnet courtesy of Progressive (June 11), a Roberto Pérez bobblehead courtesy of Sherwin-Williams (June 12) and Kids Fun Day (June 13). The full 2021 promotional schedule can be found below.

The full return of the Kids Clubhouse, Family Deck and more will also return with the June 11 homestand.

Starting June 2, masks will now be optional at Progressive Field and will no longer be a requirement to enter the ballpark. Progressive Field will continue to enforce the bag policy of only allowing clutches (9”x5”x2”), medical bags and diaper bags into the park. All tickets will be mobile entry.

All 2021 Season Ticket Holders, Flex Voucher plans and Six Pack plans will receive presale access to additional tickets for remaining 2021 home games before being made available to the general public.

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