2024 Angels Tickets & Schedule
The Angels have had their share of success over their 60+ seasons playing baseball and L.A. should be in the conversation to win their division in 2024. That winning will drive demand for Angels tickets among their thousands and thousands of fans in California. The Angels started playing professional baseball in 1961, and share the Los Angeles area market with their rival the Dodgers. The crowd that turns out for home games in Anaheim is a baseball loving crowd that supports the Angels in a big way. That is reflected in the annual attendance stats where the LA Angels regularly draw over 3 million fans in a season.
The biggest games on the Angels schedule in 2024 are their division match-ups against the Astros, Athletics, Mariners and Rangers. There is always demand when the Angels play the Cubs, Red Sox or Yankees - but the biggest series of the year is the Angels vs Dodgers. The two L.A. teams are separated by a mere 31 miles on Interstate-5, so the games become a battle for Los Angeles.
Angels Opening Day Tickets
What is the top game on the Angels schedule? In the regular-season the Angels home game that will have the most demand for tickets is Opening Day. The Angels home opener will bring together Halos fans from across the region who want to get a first-look at the 2024 team. There is no better feeling than sitting in the stands on Opening Day when you see the newest Angels team come out of the dugout for the first time.
Angels Playoffs Tickets
The Angels have a lineup that is a threat to every team in the league and their fans will get behind this team in a big way in the post-season. The Angels can earn a spot in the 2024 playoffs which may have them playing the AL Wild Card, the ALDS, ALCS and World Series. Angels playoff baseball is something that all fans in Anaheim can get excited about.
Anaheim Angels Spring Training Games
The Angels play their Spring Training games at Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. Tempe Diablo holds approximately 9,500 fans for an Angels game. It is located just minutes from Phoeniz, which means it is convenient for fans flying in to see a Spring Training game. Fans from Anaheim can also make the 365 mile drive to Tempe to see an Angels Spring Training game in-person.