Strollers are okay (but they must accompany an infant).
Guests should conduct themselves in a manner befitting a family-friendly environment. That means no obscene or offensive clothing, smoking anywhere in the stadium, public intoxication, foul language, throwing objects, or interfering with the game or other guests. Those who don't follow the rules may be ejected.
The will call window is at the ticket office at the grand entrance. Guests picking up tickets should bring a photo ID.
There are ATMs near Sections 3, 7, and 21, and near the left field plaza.
No outside alcohol is allowed in Tempe Diablo Stadium. Alcohol is on sale inside, though, to guests 21 and over with a valid ID. Alcohol sales end after the 8th inning.
Bags smaller than 16"x16"x8" are allowed inside the stadium, but ice chests, cans, bottles, and hard containers aren't.
Cameras and video cameras are okay so long as they're for personal use only and no game action is recorded. It's best to leave the tripods, monopods, and lenses longer than 12" at home.
It's fine to use cell phones so long as you don't disturb other guests.
Concessions are located throughout the stadium.
For information about disabled seating call 480.858.7575. Guests with disabilities can be dropped off at the grand entrance on the stadium's west side (disabled parking spots are also on the west side). Accessible ramps are at the west and south entrance, and there is one for exiting only near Section 12. Anyone needing wheelchair assistance should contact guest services.
It's okay to bring small amounts of food inside the stadium so long as it hasn't been purchased from outside restaurants or fast food outlets (fruits must be pre-sliced). Guests may also bring outside juices in box or pouch form, and baby formula and milk in factory sealed bottles, into the stadium.
Gates open 1.5 hours before game time. Guests without a ticket can enter the stadium after the 6th inning.
Anyone with questions or concerns can visit the guest relations desk behind Section 12.
To report a lost child, go to the guest relations desk behind Section 12. For questions about lost or stolen tickets, which may be replaced, visit the Angels ticket office.
There are restrooms throughout the stadium. All are accessible and include diaper changing stations.
Tempe Diablo Stadium can seat 9,315.
It's okay to bring banners and signs so long as they're inoffensive, not commercial or political, and unobtrusive.
There is no smoking allowed in the stadium.
Parking lots open about 2 hours before home games, and they're also open on home practice days. Here are a few things to know about tailgating:
The box office can be reached at 480.858.7575. It's open Monday - Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Mountain time, and on Saturdays and game days from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Mountain time. The box office is also open from mid-February until the last home spring training game.