While there is no tailgating allowed at Marlins Park, that doesn’t deter Miami fans from having a great pre-game atmosphere. As one of the newest stadiums in the MLB, Marlins Park is a vibrant and lively ballpark with many things to do and see while there. The one of a kind atmosphere found here can’t be matched anywhere else in the Majors as the stadium has more of an amusement park feel than a baseball field. Marlins fans have been through a lot  over the years, but that they don’t let that get them down as you’ll find a roaring party atmosphere surrounding the stadium on game days.


Clevelander Bar

The Clevelander Bar, located at field level in the left field ,is more of a dance club than a bar. Equipped with DJs, dancers, stilt walkers, and even a swimming pool, this addition to Marlins Park has been well-received by many fans. It’s open two hours before the and stays open two hours after every home game making it a perfect pregame and postgame spot.

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Lost Weekend

This notorious Miami bar is always packed full of Marlins fans before the first pitch as well as after the game. If you’re looking to party before a Miami game, then Lost Weekend is the place for you.

Orange Bowl Tribute

The enormous Miami Orange Bowl sign has been reconstructed to its original height and is on display on the East Plaza of Marlins Park. Before the game stop by the East Plaza and pay tribute to the legendary Orange Bowl.

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