MLB All-Star Weekend
While baseball fans may have to wait until late-October for the biggest game of the season, the MLB All-Star Weekend hits mid-summer and is a home run for those looking to see league MVPs face off for World Series home field advantage.
And while seats don’t come cheap to this star-studded matchup, there are tickets options for a range of budgets and activities throughout the weekend at host stadium, Marlins Park, that make attending MLB All-Star Weekend a truly unique and memorable experience.
2017 MLB All-Star Game
When: Tuesday, July 11
Cost: Tickets from $189 on Vivid Seats
The main event of the weekend, the 88th Midsummer Classic may be the most costly ticket of the weekend, but there are still plenty of seats available. Enjoy the camaraderie and sportsmanship on the field as the brightest stars from the National and American Leagues face off in this fun annual matchup.
2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby
When: Monday, July 10
Cost: Tickets from $153 on Vivid Seats
A perennial fan favorite of the weekend, the T-Mobile Home Run Derby serves up pitches that show off the skills of the best power hitters in the lineup. Bring your glove, sit back and wait for your favorite players to crush it out of the park…over and over again.
Futures Game / Legends & Celebrities Softball Game
When: Sunday, July 9
Cost: Tickets from $3 on Vivid Seats
Arrive in town early for All-Star Sunday’s doubleheader, kicking off with the Futures Game, where the first 10,000 fans will receive an Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez bobblehead. Stay for the star-studded Legends & Celebrities Softball Tournament, with a lineup that includes Hollywood heavy-hitters Justin Hartley and Jessica Mendoza, sports favorites Andre Dawson and Jennie Finch, and a special performance by rapper Flo Rida.
MLB All-Star FanFest
When: Friday, July 7 – Tuesday, July 11
Cost: From $2 on Vivid Seats
Make time to swing by the Miami Convention Center for the family-friendly FanFest and check out the many interactive attractions. Kids can get a shot at stealing second base or hitting a home run, get a photo opp with the world’s largest baseball and free autographs, while adults can even bid on silent auction items.