Santa Anita’s Infield Reopens To Fans On Santa Anita Derby Day

A fans’ favorite for generations, Santa Anita’s spacious Infield Area will reopen to the public this Saturday, Runhappy Santa Anita Derby Day. “Bring Your Own Seat” Admission to the Infield, which is accessible via Gate 6 off of Colorado Place on the track’s northern perimeter, is just $5. “Bring Your Own Seat” Admission includes parking and a racing program.

All tickets must be purchased in advance at santaanita.com/open. Tickets may be purchased in quantities of one to six and ticket holders are welcome to bring their food and beverage, with the exception of alcohol and glass containers.

As in years past, Infield ticket holders are welcome to bring lawn chairs and coolers and are advised to please consider bringing sunscreen as shade will not be provided. Each pod or household group will be required to set up at least 10 feet away from other pods to ensure proper social distancing. Limited food and beverage service will be available.

Picnic Reserved Seating will also be available this weekend. Located on the west end of the Infield, Santa Anita’s Picnic Circles offer fans shade, televisions and private gardens from which to enjoy the races.

Picnic Circle tickets are available at santaanita.com/open for $10, which guarantees a reserved seat in the shade, a racing program and self-parking in the North Lot via Gate 6.

Picnic Circle tickets may be purchased in quantities of three to six and ticket holders may bring their own food and beverage, with the exception of alcohol and glass containers.

Fans are advised that face masks are required and that COVID safety protocols apply throughout the Infield Area.

For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.

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