Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays
, is the smallest Major League Baseball stadium in terms of seating capacity and the only remaining fixed-roof domed stadium left in the MLB. The park celebrates the history of baseball with the Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame, where fans can view rare memorabilia. Fans young and old can also marvel at the Rays Touch Tank, a 35-foot, 10,000-gallon exhibit located just beyond the right-center field fence.
Tropicana Field is one of the few venues in the U.S. to have hosted full seasons of professional baseball, football, hockey and arena football. Other events held at the stadium include tennis, soccer, sprint car and motorcycle racing, gymnastics, figure skating competitions and the Tampa Bay Rays post-game concert series.
During the regular baseball season, there are free baseball shuttles from downtown St. Petersburg to and from the baseball park. For fans who are driving, there are 7,000 parking spaces in the vicinity. Accommodations ranging from budget motels and B&Bs to 5-star hotels are located in the city. There are a handful of restaurants within walking distance of the stadium that offer a variety of food options.
Who is playing at Tropicana Field this weekend?
Scroll through upcoming baseball games and concerts at Tropicana Field to find out who will be playing near you this weekend in St. Petersburg.Who is playing at Tropicana Field tonight?
You can shop last minute tickets for games and concerts happening at Tropicana Field tonight or scroll to view the full schedule.What time do doors open at Tropicana Field?
Doors typically open anywhere between 90 minutes to 2 hours prior to showtime at Tropicana Field. Be sure to check the listing on your ticket as showtimes will vary.What time do games end at Tropicana Field?
Every MLB game and concert will typically end at a different time. Set times and ending times for Tropicana Field are usually not established.Who plays at Tropicana Field?
The Tampa Bay Rays
are the home team at the Tropicana Field.