Everyone should have a great time at the ballpark. To ensure that this happens, the following code will be enforced:
You'll find ATMs in 5 locations at Coors Field:
No outside alcoholic beverages are allowed into Coors Field, and neither is taking the alcohol that you buy inside Coors Field out of the ballpark. If you want to buy alcohol, you must be at least 21 years of age and will have to show valid ID if you look under the age of 40. Concession alcohol sales stop at the end of the 7th inning and vendor alcohol sales stop in the middle of the 7th inning. This policy is at the discretion of the Club, so alcohol sales might get cut off a little earlier. If you'd rather sit somewhere that is alcohol-free, make sure you ask to be seated in the "family section" while buying your tickets.
Bags and containers are allowed into Coors Field as long as they're soft-sided and no larger than 16"x16"x8". All bags are subject to search and guests will have to go through the inspection lanes that are designated for searches before bringing any bags into the ballpark. Check the restricted items list to see what is okay to bring in and what isn't allowed.
Hand held video cameras and single frame photography are allowed in Coors Field, as long as you don't record the games. Pods to support cameras and flash photography aren't allowed at any time. The lighting is bright enough in the ballpark, so you won't need it. Please make sure that you're considerate of the other guests while taking pictures. For more information, you can check the prohibited items section.
You're allowed to use your cell phone as long as you don't disturb the other guests. Ballpark staff reserves the right to ask anyone to stop using their phones in the seating area or in any area close to the seats.
Children 2 and under don't need a ticket, as long as they sit in an accompanying adult's lap. Children over the age of 3 must have a ticket to get into the ballpark and can only occupy the seat designated on their ticket.
Coors Field has about 1,000 accessible and companion seats. The area for dropping off a disabled person is located across from Gate B at 22nd Blake Streets. To get there, you'll exit Park Ave. West from I-25, go toward Market St., then left onto Market St. Turn left onto 23rd/Park Ave. and left onto Blake St. The drop off point is on the right, just before you get to 22nd St.
You'll be able to find Colorado Rockies merchandise outlets in Denver, Greeley, Colorado Springs, Littleton, and the FlatIron Crossing Mall in Dugout stores. The merchandise is all exclusive, including items used in the games (such as broken bats and jerseys.)
You'll be able to find first aid stations behind Sections 133 and 330. Please visit a first aid station if you need aspirin, bandaids, or anything else for a minor emergency. If you're in need of medical attention, please notify the nearest Coors Field representative or staff member and they'll be able to assist you further. The first aid station by Section 133 is always open 2 hours before the start of each game, but the one by Section 330 is open only during certain games.
Feel free to go to the ballpark earlier to watch batting practice, pregame ceremonies, and infield workouts. The following is the schedule for gate opening times:
Please keep in mind that if a game is rescheduled, gate opening times may change
Guest relations is located behind Section 127 on the main concourse. This department is open from the time the gates open until 15 minutes after the game ends. In the guest relations department, you can get information, request assistance, voice any concerns, or offer suggestions. The lost and found department is also located in guest relations.
You'll find lost and found in guest services, located behind Section 127 on the main concourse.
Please note that the following items are never allowed into Coors Field:
You'll be able to find plenty of accessible restrooms and family restrooms equipped with diaper changing stations throughout Coors Field. There are also plenty located throughout the suite level.
Coors Field can comfortably seat 51,267 fans.
If you have a reason to notify ballpark security, you can just text them. Simply text "SECURITY," then a space, then a description of the issue requiring attention, followed by the location to 97475.
You'll receive a response text and security personnel will promptly respond to the issue. You can text security for anything of concern: unruly guests, broken seats, medical issues, or anything else that you feel requires attention.
You're welcome to bring a sign of banner as long as you don't obstruct anyone's view of the ballpark or any advertising around the ballpark. Signs must be somehow related to baseball and in good taste.
If you wish to smoke, do so only in the designated smoking areas.
Sorry, tailgating and drinking alcoholic beverages (even in your car) aren't allowed in any of the parking lots for the ballpark.
You can enjoy a tour of Coors Field any time of year. Tours last almost 75 minutes and during the tour, you'll be able to see the dugout, Visitor's Clubhouse, Wells Fargo Club, suite level, press level, and the concourse areas. Tour schedules are as follows:
During the season (April - September):
Offseason (October - March):
There is a small admission fee for the tour.
Will call is normally open during regular ticket office hours at the Coors Field main ticket office, which is located at 20th St. and Blake St. If you're picking up tickets at will call, you'll have to present a photo ID before tickets are given to you. The tickets have to be left only under the name of the person picking them up and in the event that you need to change the name, you must contact will call at 303.292.0200 before the game begins.