We are so excited to see you back at Smith's Ballpark in 2021. On May 6 we will be able to play our first game at Smith's Ballpark in 612 days (That's 14,688 hours without Bees baseball!).
There will be lots of changes at the ballpark to keep fans, players and staff alike safe and keep the ballpark open. As of April we will open with a limited capacity of approximately 3,200 fans. Tickets will go on sale month-to-month with tickets from May 6-June 1 home games available beginning April 8.
We will have enhanced cleaning protocols around the ballpark following every game and plenty of hand sanitizer stations throughout the stadium. All ticketing will be digital and you'll be able to digitally order concessions as well. Masks will still be required at the ballpark per MLB and local health department policy for gatherings of 50 people or more.
We will evaluate all policies throughout the season and update them as appropriate. Please see below for frequently asked questions about coming to the ballpark. If you have additional questions you can call or text 801-325-BEES (3227) or click the messaging button in the bottom right hand corner.
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Will there be social distancing at Smith's Ballpark?
Yes. Seats will be sold in groups of 2, 4 or 6 and will be spaced six feet away from neighboring groups. As a result capacity at Smith's Ballpark will be capped at approximately 3,200 to being the season.
Will masks be required to enter?
Yes. Major League Baseball and the local health departments are still requiring masks while not actively eating or drinking. While Utah's mask mandate does expire on April 10, masks are still required for gatherings of more than 50 people.
How will I receive my tickets?
As a COVID-19 precaution all tickets this year will be delivered digitally. You can manage your tickets on Ticketmaster Account Manager.
I have vouchers from 2020, can I use them this year?
Yes. We will still accept vouchers from 2020 for the 2021 season. They can be exchanged at the box office on gamedays (opening 90 minutes prior to first pitch). To exchange vouchers on a non-gameday please call or text 801-325-BEES to schedule an appointment.
What time do the ballpark gates open?
Gates into the ballpark open one hour prior to the scheduled first pitch.
Am I allowed to bring in food, beverages or coolers?
Only water in sealed, clear plastic bottles may be brought into the ballpark. No other food or beverages are permitted. All containers (such as bags, purses and backpacks) are searched at the gate.
Am I allowed to smoke in the ballpark?
There is absolutely no smoking permitted anywhere inside Smith's Ballpark. Fans may smoke outside the ballpark gates only.
I have a Concealed Firearms Permit. May I bring my gun into the stadium?
No. The Salt Lake Bees have a strict policy against bringing firearms of any type into the ballpark.
The game I had tickets for was rained out. What do I do now?
Tickets to a game that is rained out may be exchanged for any upcoming Bees home game during the current season except for July 24. Bring the tickets to the Smith's Ballpark Box Office and we will be happy to exchange them.
I have a ticket voucher/coupon. How do I redeem it and what game(s) is it good for?
All vouchers and coupons must be redeemed at the Smith's Ballpark Box Office. Check the printed instructions on the voucher for any seat or date restrictions. Vouchers can be redeemed as far in advance as you would like or on the day of the game-but they are redeemable on a first-come, first-served basis so the sooner you do, the better your seats will be.
Do babies or small children need a ticket?
Children under the age of 2 are not required to have a ticket. Children 2 years and older require a ticket to enter. Children ages 2-12 can sign up for the Bees kids club to get discounted tickets all season long. Click here for details and to register.
What is Smith's Family Night?
Every Monday night at the ballpark is Smith's Family Night where you can get four tickets for $20. If you have more than four family members, each additional ticket is only $5. Click here to purchase
What are the Bees ticket office hours?
Currently due to COVID-19 the Smith's Ballpark box office is only open on game days, opening 90 minutes prior to first pitch. To contact the ticket office, please call (801) 325-BEES.
What are the Bees front office hours?
The Bees front office opens at 9 AM on weekdays, 12 PM on weekends, and remains open during games but closes at 5:30 PM on all non-gameday weekdays. The front office is closed on non-gameday weekends.
How much does it cost to park?
On gamedays, parking is $10 for cars in the lot to the north of the ballpark. If you are interested in bringing out a group and would like to purchase discounted parking passes, call 801-325-BEES (2337).
How do I contact the Bees?
All mail should be addressed to:
Salt Lake Bees
77 West 1300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Our administrative office phone number is 801-350-6900, or you can email us at [email protected].
Where is Smith's Ballpark?
Smith's Ballpark is located at the intersection of West Temple and 1300 South in Salt Lake City just off of Highway I-15. Click here for a list of directions to the ballpark.
Do the Bees host birthday parties?
Absolutely! We have several options for both small groups (up to 20 people) to large groups (1000 people or more). Call 801-325-BEES for more info.
How can I get an announcement put on the scoreboard?
For a $25 donation to LHM Charities, fans receive up to 10 words on the scoreboard. To purchase an announcement, contact the Bees receptionist at 801-350-6900 at least one day prior to the game.
I want to try out for the Bees. How do I do that?
The Bees do not hold tryouts. The team is comprised of players assigned by our Major League Baseball affiliate-the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Major League Scouting Bureau conducts tryout camps around the country.
May I hand out campaign flyers, poll fans or distribute other information within the Smith's Ballpark gates?
No. The Salt Lake Bees are committed to providing a safe and enjoyable experience for all of our fans. Solicitations of any kind will not be tolerated. However, we do value the right of free speech. Citizens may exercise this right in the Smith's Ballpark parking lot. Fans who are standing in line to enter the ballpark MAY NOT be approached, and vehicles and other private property MUST NOT be touched.