Phillies to increase fan numbers starting May 21st, leading up to 100 percent capacity on June 11th
The City of Philadelphia announced earlier this week that COVID restrictions will be lifted entirely on June 11th. Only the mask mandate will remain in place moving forward. The restrictions lifted will include initial steps to ease capacity limits for large gatherings.
Because of that, the Phillies will now increase seating capacity from 11,000 to 16,000 starting with the Boston Red Sox series on May 21st and continuing with the series against the Washington Nationals (June 4-6) and the Atlanta Braves (June 8-10). Starting on June 12th for a two-game matchup against the New York Yankees, the seating capacity will increase to 100 percent for the remainder of the 2021 season.
Yes, this also means you can begin tailgating again.
Single-game season tickets are currently on sale through June 10th and the Phillies will open up ticketing on all remaining games for the 2021 season starting May 25th.
Subaru Park is moving towards full capacity. The Sixers will have increased fans and will eventually be full for a hopefully long playoff run, and Eagles fans will be able to return at full capacity for the start of the 2021 season. Hang in there, we’re almost in the clear.