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Comerica Park Health & Safety

Detroit Tigers baseball is back and we are extremely excited to welcome you back to Comerica Park!

Encouraged - COVID-19 Testing

The Detroit Tigers encourage all participants, spectators, and other individuals who attend large gatherings to seek a COVID-19 test at a state or local government testing center, health care center, or other testing location 1-3 days before the gathering. Please find a list of MDHS COVID-19 testing sites here.

The Detroit Tigers encourage all participants, spectators, and other individuals who attend large gatherings to seek a COVID-19 test at a state or local government testing center, health care center, or other testing location 1-3 days before the gathering. Please find a list of MDHS COVID-19 testing sites at https://www.solvhealth.com/search?cobrandedSrpLocation=MI.

Know Before You Go

Frequently Asked Questions

Fan Safety

As of May 15, 2021, guests are not required to wear masks at outdoor locations/seating areas within Comerica Park. For additional information please consult the CDC and state of Michigan recommendations concerning wearing masks in public.

We have worked with public health and medical experts, and government officials, to develop a comprehensive plan that allows us to welcome you back to our venues, and we're operating within the established Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. In addition, the return to Comerica Park plan was developed in consultation with McLaren Health Care. Safety is our top priority and is at the center of what we do.

Prior to returning to work, our events staff has been – and will continue to be – trained in role-specific processes to protect guests, performers, participants and other colleagues, including safe interactions, how to enforce safety precautions, the appropriate use of equipment to reduce the risk of COVID-19, how to notify their employer of symptoms, exposure control plans, how to report unsafe working conditions and much more. Prior to reporting to work, colleagues and vendors must complete a health screening questionnaire. Colleagues who do not pass the questionnaire are required to stay home. Partner companies working in our venues during non-event hours are also training their employees to adhere to these expectations.

Guests will see a designated disinfecting team throughout Comerica Park dedicated to cleaning and disinfecting high traffic areas before, during and after the game.

  • EPA-registered cleaning and preventative products, including electrostatic sprayers, that kill COVID-19 and other pathogens are being utilized throughout our venues to sanitize, disinfect and clean high touchpoint areas at an increased frequency.
  • Areas such as entry points, door handles, countertops, restrooms, seating areas, concession stands, tables and chairs, wheelchairs, etc. are considered high touchpoint areas. To ensure the cleaning and disinfecting of those areas, frequency of cleaning schedules, training and checklists have been enhanced.
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers with CDC-recommended products are readily available at all our venues.

Yes, hand sanitizer is available to guests throughout the venue.

Parking

Onsite parking at parking garages, structures and lots is optimal for convenient access to our venues in the city of Detroit. Visit tigers.com/parking to pre-purchase parking for your event.

Onsite parking at parking garages, structures and lots is optimal for convenient access to our venues in the city of Detroit. Visit tigers.com/parking to pre-purchase parking for your event.

For a contactless parking experience, visit tigers.com/parking to save on drive-up costs by prepaying for parking ahead of time. If you choose not to prepay, parking is available on a drive-up basis with payment by credit card only.

For a contactless parking experience, visit tigers.com/parking to save on drive-up costs by prepaying for parking ahead of time. If you choose not to prepay, parking is available on a drive-up basis with payment by credit card only.

Gate Entry

We encourage all non-vaccinated participants, guests, and other individuals who attend large gatherings to seek a COVID-19 test at a state or local government testing center, health care center, or other testing location 1-3 days before the gathering.

Please find a list of MDHHS COVID-19 testing sites here.

Please find a list of MDHHS COVID-19 testing sites at https://www.solvhealth.com/search?cobrandedSrpLocation=MI.

Proof of a negative COVID test nor proof of vaccination is not currently required for entry to our venues.

Doors are scheduled to open 90 minutes prior to first pitch. If batting practice is occurring during that time, guests will be able to view it.

Guests can enter Comerica Park via gates A, B, C and D.

To uphold health and safety protocols, minimize contact and ensure a more seamless entry process, Comerica Park has adopted a no bag policy.

Exceptions to this policy include bags needed due to medical necessity including diaper bags, breast pumps and other medical devices. Medical bags must measure smaller than 16” x 16” x 8”. Guests with medical bags should utilize the designated ADA Lane at each gate.

Single compartment wallets smaller than 5” x 7” x 1.5”, with or without a handle or strap are permitted.

No outside food or beverage is permitted. One factory sealed, unflavored bottle of water can be brought in per guest. Food or beverages needed for medical reasons are still permitted.

Tickets & Seating

The Comerica Park Box Office on Witherell St. is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. On game days the Box Office is open from 10 a.m. until the end of the game. Tickets can also be purchased at tigers.com/tickets or by calling 313-471-7000.

The Comerica Park Box Office on Witherell St. is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. On game days the Box Office is open from 10 a.m. until the end of the game. Tickets can also be purchased at tigers.com/tickets or by calling 313-471-7000.

Please contact your dedicated account representative, who is able to assist you with pursuing a refund. Please note that we are also able to credit your account for other games this season, which we would appreciate the opportunity to discuss with you.

Guest Services

Enhancements have been made to how we assist our guests with wheelchairs, sensory-processing issues and auditory challenges.

Colleagues offering wheelchair escorts will encourage companions to assist the guest in and out of the chair. Companions may push the wheelchair if they prefer. Sanitizing packs will accompany each chair to ensure disinfection after each use.

Items requested for guests with sensory processing or auditory challenges (fidget toys, noise-canceling headphones, assisted listening devices, etc.) will be wiped/disinfected before and after each use.

Guests who are feeling ill are encouraged to immediately visit Comerica Park's First Aid location.

Guests are encouraged to report any concerns to the nearest staff member. If a guest wants to report the concern anonymously, they can text Security to 39844 for assistance.

Any individuals inside the venue that are not complying with the guidelines will be asked to leave.

Concessions

Yes, food & beverage will be available at the venue.

The Corner Tap Room at Comerica Park is open for beverages.

Beginning April 1, 2021, The D Shop will be open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

On gamedays, the D Shop will be open to ticketholders.

For your safety, we are a cashless venue at this time. Conveniently convert your cash to a Visa card with NO FEES or EXTRA CHARGES. After you insert your cash into the kiosk, the dispensed card will hold the same exact value as the cash you inserted. Your Visa Card can be used to make purchases at the venue and at ANY LOCATION that accepts Visa.

Additional Questions

Please email our Guest Services team at GuestServices@tigers.com or call us at 313-471-7000 for more information.