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  • Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago

Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field

Enjoy a South Side tradition at this legendary field, formerly known as Comiskey Park. See the Chicago White Sox round the bases at Guaranteed Rate Field, located in Chicago's Armour Square neighborhood, featuring more than 47,000 seats, a Fan Deck with panoramic view of the field, restaurants and bars, and concession stands. And kids love the hilarious antics of team mascot Southpaw. Located right next to the "EL" Train, Guaranteed Rate Field is also one of Chicago's top venues for concerts and sporting events.
 

Details

Hours

  • Open from April to October
 

Prices

  • Prices start around $10 per ticket
 
 
Events
  • Chicago White Sox Games
  • Concerts
 
 

Activities

  • Fan Giveaways
  • Theme Nights
  • Professional MLB Baseball
  • Eating & Drinking
  • Autographs
  • On-Field Entertainment
 
Guaranteed Rate Field

Follow Southpaw on Twitter

The fuzzy mascot of the White Sox is a fan favorite, and now you can follow all of his adventures on twitter. See what he's been up before and after the games, and where he'll be next in Chicago. https://twitter.com/Southpaw
 

Concessions

Guaranteed Rate Field has a host of classic ballpark food that the whole family will love. From hot dogs and pretzels to funnel cakes and ice cream. Adults can sip their favorite cold beer or enjoy a frosty margarita. Vegetarians will even be happy with quesadillas, veggie dogs, and garden burgers available all over the stadium.
 

FAQs

  • How can you get to the stadium from the L train?

    You can easily take public transportation to the field. The Red Line drops you off a block away at the Sox-35th stop, while the Green Line is only three blocks from the ballpark when you get off at the 35th-Bronzeville-IIT station.
  • When was the last time the Sox won the World Series?

    2005 was a year for the ages at US Cellular Field as the beloved Chicago White Sox swept a victory over the Houston Astros with a resounding 4-0 series win in the fall classic.

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