Attending Cheney Stadium in 2021
Single Game Tickets for All Games On Sale Tuesday, June 1 at 10 AM
(updated November 2, 2021)
Cheney Stadium is once again a COVID-19 testing site. Testing will be done by Discovery Health, with hours of operations from 8:30am – 6:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Additional registration information is available on the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department webpage - Testing Information | Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department (tpchd.org) Appointments are recommended but not required. Currently booster vaccinations are not available at this location.
As of September 3, masks are mandatory throughout Cheney Stadium, including all indoor AND outdoor locations. We are asking all fans, regardless of vaccination status, to follow the Pierce County mask order while at Cheney Stadium. Masks should be worn while indoors (team store, bathrooms, elevators, club spaces, etc) and throughout the concourse and seating bowl. Fans may remove their masks while eating and drinking.
The Rainiers worked closely with Washington State and Tacoma-Pierce County government officials and health authorities to prepare a safe return for fans, staff, players and coaches to Cheney Stadium and will continue to do so throughout the remainder of the season.
In partnership with Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, Cheney Stadium offers free vaccination clinics at all Rainiers home games. For more information visit TPCHD.ORG/VAXTOTHEFUTURE
The We R Tacoma Team Store and all concessions are currently cashless. Enjoy one of three ways to shop for Rainiers merchandise: 1) in-store, 2) at the concourse kiosk, 3) order online.
All bags will be subject to search prior to entry to the stadium.
We are asking all fans, regardless of vaccination status, to follow local guidance from Pierce County and the WA State Health Department while at Cheney Stadium. Masks should be worn while indoors (team store, bathrooms, elevators, club spaces, etc) and throughout the concourse and seating bowl when social distancing is not possible. Fans may remove their masks while eating and drinking.
Cheney Stadium remains a cashless facility.
All food and beverage staff will be required to follow health and safety guidelines as defined by the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Additional sanitation stations have been added to all restrooms and throughout Cheney Stadium. Fans are encouraged to wash their hands consistently and utilize hand sanitizer dispensers.
Mary Bridge Children’s Pavilion
The Mary Bridge Children’s Pavilion is now open for fans during each home Rainiers game.
Autographs and Player Interaction
Players and coaches are not permitted to sign autographs or make physical contact with fans. Fans are asked to please refrain from asking players and coaches to sign memorabilia on-field as well as outside the ballpark, clubhouse or public spaces.
Season ticket packages are currently available for the 2021 season. For questions regarding season tickets, please contact the Rainiers via email at [email protected].