What to bring and not bring to Progressive Field

Updated: Apr. 11, 2017 at 6:49 AM EDT
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Opening Day is finally here. Fans are excited. The Tribe took us on a quite a ride last season with a trip all the way to the World Series.

Before you head out to the park, know the rules.

Fans are permitted to bring the following items:

Umbrellas personal sized defined as covering one person in the open position, may only be opened in the event of a rain delay and when tarp is covering the playing field.

Bottled water Fans are permitted to bring in through the gates a single, factory sealed bottle of water that is 20 ounces or less.

Small bags (e.g. purses) and soft-sided coolers are permitted into the Ballpark and are subject to inspection

What not to bring:

Action Sports Equipment included but not limited to skateboards, roller blades, scooters and roller skates

Alcoholic Beverages and Illegal Drugs

Bags exceeding the maximum size of 16x16x8 inches

Brooms although whiskbrooms or inflatable brooms are permitted

Butterfly Nets or any other kind of net that could interfere with play on the field

Cans, Glass, Squeeze Bottles, and Thermos Bottles

Chewing Tobacco

Electronic Cigarettes, "E-Cigarettes," Vapor Cigarettes, or any device that mimics smoking


Food and Beverages of any sort are not permitted to enter the Premium Seating areas, which include Suites, Time Warner Club, Collection Auto Club, and Terrace Club.


Poles and / or sticks

Large Bags and Hard Sided Coolers

Laser Pointers and similar items are prohibited. In addition to the safety issues that these devices pose, they also interfere with both the play of the game and other fans' enjoyment. Anyone who is observed using a laser pointer will need to either leave the Ballpark or allow the device to be confiscated and destroyed. Any laser pointer which is confiscated will not be returned.

For more information on items and security measures, click here.

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