The Cleveland Indians are excited to announce a plan to play host to fans at a 30% capacity at Progressive Field for all April home games in 2021. The plan, which will implement new ballpark health and safety protocols, was formulated in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic, Major League Baseball, state and local public health officials.

Ticket availability for the 2021 season will be determined on a monthly basis until the ballpark is allowed to operate at full capacity again. Starting with April, Cleveland Indians Season Ticket Holders will receive priority access to available tickets and seating locations. Capacity limits will be reviewed each month based on approved health and safety protocols prior to new monthly game tickets being released.

*All fans currently holding tickets to April 2021 games will be contacted via email within the next two weeks with fan-friendly ticket options.

Tickets will be sold in pod-style seating to ensure social distancing between eligible groups when fans are seated. Pods will be seated in quantities of two or four tickets. Additionally, all fans will be required to wear a Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommended face mask at all times while in the ballpark unless they are actively eating or drinking in ticketed seats.

Face protections such as neck gaiters, bandanas, and masks with valves are not considered approved face masks at Progressive Field. Fans arriving at the ballpark without an approved face covering will be provided with a disposable face mask for the game.