2024 Dodgers Promotions Schedule & Giveaways: Shohei Ohtani Bobblehead, Joe Kelly Jersey & More

Originally published by DodgerBlue.com

The Los Angeles Dodgers revealed their promotional lineup for the upcoming 2024 season, which includes 17 planned bobblehead giveaways and theme nights throughout the season.

The promotional schedule will include at least 27 stadium-wide giveaways and a series of theme nights and special celebrations, including 10 unique Friday night drone shows throughout the season, with the first one taking place on Friday, March 29 vs. the Cardinals during the season’s opening week.

The 2024 bobblehead series kicks off on March 30 vs. St. Louis with Freddie Freeman followed by Brusdar Graterol on April 13 vs. San Diego.

Additional bobblehead giveaways in the first half include Walker Buehler (April 20 vs. New York Mets), Shohei Ohtani (May 16 vs. Cincinnati), Will Smith (May 18 vs. Cincinnati), Mookie Betts (May 21 vs. Arizona), Tyler Glasnow (June 1 vs. Colorado), Yoshinobu Yamamoto (June 13 vs. Texas), Bobby Miller (July 3 vs. Arizona) and a Jason Heyward City Connect bobblehead (July 6 vs. Milwaukee).

Other exciting giveaways right out of the gate include a Fernando Valenzuela jersey on April 1 vs. San Francisco, a Dodger hooded sweatshirt on April 3 vs. San Francisco, a special Brooklyn logo cap on Jackie Robinson Night, April 15 vs. Washington, a Joe Kelly home No. 99 jersey on June 11 vs. Texas and a Dodgers’ Father’s Day straw hat on June 16 vs. Kansas City.

The Dodgers will once again be home on Independence Day, July 4 vs. Arizona, and fans will be treated to a fireworks extravaganza.

In the second half, fans can look forward to Alumni Weekend from Aug. 9-11 vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates, which will include a commemorative Dusty Baker bobblehead (Aug. 9) and a homecoming for several former Dodger stars.

This year will see the return of various fan favorite theme nights, where fans can take home an exclusive item with the purchase of a ticket-pack ticket.

In the first half, the special themes include Healthcare Night (April 2 vs. San Francisco), Hello Kitty Night (April 16 vs. Washington), Law Enforcement Night (May 3 vs. Atlanta), Mental Health Night (May 4 vs. Atlanta), Star Wars Night (May 6 vs. Miami), Mexican Heritage Night (May 7 vs. Miami), Teachers Day (May 19 vs. Cincinnati), Hawaiian Shirt Night (May 20 vs. Arizona), Korean Heritage Night (May 22 vs. Arizona), Military Appreciation Night (May 31 vs. Colorado), “Pups in the Park,” (June 2 vs. Colorado), Pride Night (June 14 vs. Kansas City), Black Heritage Night (June 15 vs. Kansas City) and Japanese Heritage Night (July 2 vs. Arizona).

For the full list of scheduled theme nights, please visit Dodgers.com/TicketPacks.

Promotional items will be given out to the first 40,000 ticketed fans in attendance, while supplies last, at the guest’s point of entry, unless otherwise noted on Dodgers.com/Promotions.

The full Dodgers’ promotional schedule can be found at Dodgers.com/Promotions. Additional promotions and ticket packs for several additional dates will be announced at a later time.

When do single-game Dodgers tickets go on sale?

Single-game tickets will be available for public purchase on Friday, February 2. Tickets for Opening Day on March 28 vs. the St. Louis Cardinals will be available for public purchase at a later date.

Dodgers fans are encouraged to secure their tickets for all of their favorite promotions and matchups by purchasing a Dodgers Membership, which are available now at Dodgers.com/Membership.

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