Dodger’s Second Half Promotion Schedule is a must for fans – NBC Los Angeles

Dodger Stadium is known as “Blue Heaven on Earth”. The third oldest stadium in Major League Baseball is arguably one of the best the sport has to offer. Along with attractions, discounts, music, displays and the game itself, the freebies and promotions are always the icing on the cake.

Recently, the Los Angeles Dodgers released the remaining giveaways and special event dates for the second half of regular stadium 2022.

Let’s start with the theme nights.

Fresh on the heels of Mexican Heritage Night and Pride Night, the Dodgers have Luau Night on July 25, Korean Heritage Night on August 19, Women’s Day on August 21, Law Enforcement Night on August 22, and September 22 Black Heritage Night September, Native American Heritage Night on (September 23) and Cal State Dominguez Hills Day on September 25. Dodgers outfielder Kevin Pillar was a college graduate.

The Los Angeles Dodgers Hawaiian shirt received by fans who purchase a special ticket package for the July 25, 2022 Luau night.

Fans and dogs had so much fun at the annual Pups at the Park night on May 14 that the Dodgers decided to do it again. The second and final Pups at the Park event will take place on September 5th. Fans who purchase a special ticket package for themselves and their four-legged friends will receive a gift bag from Lucy Pet Foods and can participate in a pre-game walk around the warning lane on the field.

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Liberty is waiting with Carlos Perez at Dodger Stadium. (Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

If you’re a bobblehead collector, be sure to circle these dates in your calendar as the Boys in Blue have announced the players who will be receiving bobblehead nights in the second half of the season.

Trea Turner gets his first ever bobblehead in a Dodgers uniform on June 30th.

Cody Bellinger Bobblehead Night is next on July 21st.

Clayton Kershaw on July 26th.

Freddie Freeman will receive his first-ever Dodgers bobble-head on August 10th and Dustin May will hopefully return to the roster in time for his bobble-head night on September 22nd.

Austin Barnes Bobblehead Night is September 24th and Mookie Betts is getting a special “Salt Bae” bobblehead on October 3rd and Justin Turner will wrap up the bobblehead promotions on October 4th.

Speaking of gymnasts, his jersey giveaway (complete with pine tar) on the 2/20. All of the above promotions will be given to the first 40,000 fans in attendance, so make sure to get to the stadium early.

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Walker Buehler #21 of the Los Angeles Dodgers throws a pitch against the Colorado Rockies on Opening Day, April 8, 2022 at Coors Field.

Finally, on Tuesday, August 23, the Dodgers have one final surprise for fans. The first 35,000 fans in attendance will receive one of seven different limited edition World Series recreations to celebrate the team’s seven championships in Los Angeles.

Upon crossing the turnstiles, fans will be randomly awarded either a 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988 or 2020 World Series replica ring presented by Budweiser.

If you’re an LA sports fan, the Dodgers will also be celebrating some of the city’s other professional sports teams during the second half of the season. LAFC Appreciation Night is on August 9th, Lakers Night on August 24th, LA Rams Night on September 6th, and the LA Kings celebrate their season that ended in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on September 21st. Fans who purchase a special ticket package for these nights will receive a unique product that is a mix between the Dodgers and this special LA sports team.

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NFL players Cam Akers, Nick Scott and Cooper Kupp attend the game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on May 03, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jerritt Clark/GC Images)

The inaugural “Taco Tuesdays” at Chavez Ravine will continue for the second half of the season for each Tuesday home game. Taco Tuesday nights feature live mariachi music and unique taco dishes and beverages throughout the stadium. There will also be other Viva los Dodgers and Dia de los Dodgers celebrations leading up to the game, including September 20 before the Dodgers host a doubleheader with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Saturday, October 2nd. The following day, October 3rd, is Fan Appreciation Day, where attending fans have a chance to win a variety of special prizes, including a brand new car, during the game.

Finally, the Dodgers will unveil a statue for Sandy Koufax ahead of the June 18 game against the Cleveland Guardians and will also honor Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrin later in the season on October 1. The first 40,000 viewers of this game will receive a commemorative pin as we celebrate the longest-serving broadcaster in Major League Baseball, just before he retires at the end of the season.

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Longtime Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Jaime Jarrin acknowledges the crowd after being inducted into the Dodger Stadium Ring of Honor against the San Diego Paders at Dodger Stadium on September 2, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)

To see the Dodgers’ full action plan, go to, where you can also purchase tickets to all of the above events, giveaways and themed nights.

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