RALEY FIELD RULES & REGULATIONS
California State liquor laws prohibit guests from bringing alcoholic beverages into or out of Raley Field. The only alcohol permitted on the premises must be purchased and/or dispensed by authorized servers. Must be 21 or older to purchase alcoholic beverages. Guests who appear to be under the age of 40 will be required to show approved identification. Only "Bona Fide" identification that is currently valid (not expired), issued by a Government Agency and containing the following will be accepted: name of person, photograph, physical description, and date of birth.
No guest will be served more than two alcoholic beverages at any time. Alcoholic beverage sales on the concourse level will be cut off at designated times during concerts and other events.
Certified service animals will be allowed into Raley Field. All other animals are prohibited.
All bags are subject to search upon entry, and within the ballpark. Prohibited items should be disposed of in trash or recycle containers, or may be returned to one's vehicle. (see PROHIBITED ITEMS)
BANNERS AND SIGNS
Banners or signs may be brought into Raley Field as long as they do not interfere with the game in progress and they do not obstruct the view of other guests in the area. Banners may not contain political or commercial messages, or display inappropriate phrases or words. Raley Field reserves the right for its staff members to remove any banners or signs at their discretion.
BEVERAGES, BOTTLES, AND CANS
Guests are not allowed to bring any outside beverages, cans, or bottles into Raley Field. The following items are permitted: unopened, soft-sided containers of drinks such as water, small milk cartons, juice boxes or pouches, baby formula, bottles, and baby food for children and medication or other special needs. Please note that permitted sealed bottled water only applies to water without ANYTHING added to it. Sports drinks or other flavored waters are not allowed. Permission to enter the stadium with any beverage is at the discretion of security or front office personnel.
CAMERA AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT
No video or still cameras are permitted inside the stadium for the purposes of recording the concert.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Raley Field and its employees are committed to providing our guests with an enjoyable, safe atmosphere. Our staff will proactively intervene, up to and including removal from the ballpark, in order to support a family-oriented environment where all guests can enjoy the baseball experience free from the following behaviors:
Foul or abusive language or gestures
Intoxication or other signs of impairment
Displays of affection not appropriate in a public, family setting
Obscene or indecent clothing
Any disruption to the progress of the game by guests' actions or unauthorized person on the playing field
Guests seated in a location other than their ticketed seat
Smoking (including vaping) is prohibited everywhere at Raley Field
If someone interferes with your enjoyment of a game, please contact a Guest Services representative for assistance, or text "FOUL" with your issue and location to 84700.
DISABLED GUEST SERVICES
Raley Field meets all structural and service requirements as stipulated by the Americans with Disabilities Act. The following services are available to accommodate the needs of our disabled guests:
There is a drop-off zone adjacent to the stadium on Fifth Street where guests may be dropped off and picked up.
A limited number of on-site disabled parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in the VIP Green Lot. Additional disabled parking is available in the Orange Lot, which is just south of the stadium. Guests parking in all lots can catch a shuttle back to the drop-off zone in front of the stadium. A wheelchair-accessible van is also available which can transport guests in wheelchairs back to the drop-off zone. The cost to park in any disabled spot $20 but you must have a valid ADA placard visible upon entrance to the lot. If you have questions about our disabled parking, please call the Guest Services department at (916) 376-4700.
Wheelchair and companion seating is offered on every level and in all price categories of the stadium. Every seating section is wheelchair-accessible and electric outlets are provided at many of the wheelchair seating areas for use in charging power wheelchairs and electronic communication devices.
An elevator is located on the concourse of the stadium at Section 112 for wheelchair access to the Field Level and Suite level of the stadium.
EXIT AND REENTRY
Guests may leave Raley Field at any time through any of the exit gates. Guests MAY NOT reenter the stadium.
The First Aid Station is located on the concourse at Section 112. If first aid assistance is needed, please go to the First Aid Station or contact the nearest Guest Services representative.
Open at 6:00 pm.
GUEST SERVICES OFFICE
The Guest Services Office is located on the Concourse Level at Section 112 and will be open when gates open to the event and closes approximately ½ hour after the event's conclusion. Guests will find a number of services including lost and found, child booster seats, taxi service, guest assistance, and reporting lost children.
ICE CHESTS AND COOLERS
Guests are not permitted to bring hard-sided ice chests or coolers into Raley Field. Soft-sided cooler bags to keep unopened bottled water, baby items, or other special needs cool during the event are permitted. Admission with these items are subject to the discretion of security or front office personnel. All prohibited items should be discarded or may be returned to one's vehicle.
Every child should be told to contact a Raley Field representative should he or she become lost. A lost child should be taken to the Guest Services Office located on the concourse at Section 112. If you become separated from your child, please contact the nearest Guest Services representative or go to the Guest Services Office.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION
Parking in all Raley Field operated lots is $20.
Raley Field is located at 400 Ballpark Drive, just across the Tower Bridge from downtown Sacramento. Whether you choose to drive, bike, or walk, planning ahead can help make your visit to the ballpark more enjoyable.
Driving Directions Click Here
In the interest of guest safety and enjoyment, River City Stadium Management reserves the right to prevent certain items from being brought into Raley Field. Items that are not allowed into Raley Field include but are not limited to:
Outside food or beverages (exceptions noted in BEVERAGES, BOTTLES, AND CANS section above)
Glass bottles or cans
Ice chests or hard-sided coolers
Video or Still Camera and Camera tri-pods
Sticks or clubs (including signs attached to sticks)
Bullhorns or other noisemakers
Animals (except certified service animals)
Beach balls or other inflatables
Skateboards or roller blades
Water or squirt guns
Weapons of any kind
Unopened, soft-sided containers of drinks such as small milk cartons, bottled water, and juice boxes or pouches for children only (see BEVERAGES, BOTTLES & CANS above for more information)
Cloth bags, soft packs, backpacks, and baby bags (subject to search, must fit under seat)
Umbrellas (subject to size restrictions and must not interfere with other guests)
Fold-up strollers (should be stored under your seat; larger strollers may be claim-checked at the Guest Services Office upon entry).
RESALE OF TICKETS
The City of West Sacramento and the River Cats prohibit the resale of tickets on Raley Field property. This includes Raley Field as well as all surrounding grounds and parking areas.
Raley Field is a smoke-free facility and all smoking, including vaping, is prohibited. Because no ins/outs are permitted, Raley Field will have a designated smoking area inside the ballpark.
For the safety of all guests, weapons of any kind are not permitted in Raley Field. The only exception to this is law enforcement personnel in the performance of their official duties. Guests wishing to enter the stadium for a game or event consent to a reasonable search for weapons before entering. Failure to comply with the above conditions will be denied admittance or may be ejected. No refunds or exchanges will be allowed in such an event.
Guests may pick up "Will Call" tickets at the Round Table Pizza Ticket Office. Photo ID is required to pick up tickets at Will Call, and tickets will only be released to the individual named on the envelope. Will Call orders may be picked up during ticket office operating hours any time after the order has been processed
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