A SONOMA EXPERIENCE
Arnold Field is located in the heart of Sonoma, CA. It’s just off the plaza, so it’s a great addition to your weekend plans or extended vacation. On the Plaza you’ll find the small town charm of Northern California’s historic center – including the Mission San Francisco Solano, the Depot Park Museum and a world-class selection of food and wine. The surrounding Sonoma County Area has incredible wildlife and wineries that make the region famous. Seeing the Stompers live is the perfect touch of classic American, small town charm.
AN A TO Z GUIDE TO ARNOLD FIELD
Left Field LLC strictly enforces the following alcohol serving policy: Everyone must be at least 21 years of age and present positive state-issued photo ID to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages. No guest will be served more than two (2) alcoholic beverages at one time. Fans passing alcohol to minors will be ejected and may be fined. Service will cease at the end of the 7th inning. The Stompers reserve the right to suspend service at any time at the sole discretion of the management, and also reserves the right to suspend service to any one individual at any time for any reason.
Certified seeing-eye dogs and service dogs are allowed into People's Home Equity Ballpark. Guests must bring service animal certification if bringing a service animal. No other animals are permitted.
At the conclusion of home games, fans can collect autographs from Stompers players. Players are not allowed to sign during the game. Fans asking players for autographs and special requests during the game will be subject to removal from the ballpark.
Backpacks, purses, and other bags will be checked at the gate to ensure that they meet Arnold Field safety precautions.
Bringing fold out chairs is prohibited at Arnold Field. The usage of seatbacks is allowed for grandstand and bleacher seating only.
Code of Conduct
The Sonoma Stompers and Left Field LLC are committed to providing fans with a safe and enjoyable atmosphere. Our trained staff will proactively intervene in order to support a family-oriented environment where all guests can enjoy a baseball game. People who use foul or improper language, wear inappropriate attire, or exhibit signs of intoxication will be asked to leave People's Home Equity Ballpark.
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Entrance to People's Home equity ballpark
The main entrance at People's Home Equity Ballpark is located on the south side of the stadium, located next to the box office along the first base side. There are other gates that will be used in case of emergency.
Letters to Stompers player and personnel should be addressed to that individual and sent to the Sonoma Stompers address below. All mail should include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
117 W. Napa Street, Suite F
Sonoma, CA 95476
Please contact an People's Home Equity Ballpark usher, Stompers employee, or trainer if you are in need of help. In case of an emergency, call 911.
No food or drink is permitted into People's Home Equity Ballpark. All glass bottles, cans, or glass containers of any kind are prohibited at Arnold Field, and will be confiscated at the gate.
The guest services table will be open from 30 minutes prior to first pitch through the conclusion of the sixth inning. You can pick up schedules, programs, and prizes for the on-field games, lost and found, or report a problem and/or an emergency.
Accessible Seating is available at People's Home Equity Ballpark, located on the third base side on each side of the third base dugout. Accessible seats may be reserved online.
People's Home Equity Ballpark offers free parking in the People's Home Equity Ballpark parking lot. Overflow parking is located at Teeter Field off of First Street East, just a block from the Ballpark, or next to the Police Department across from the Ballpark on First Street West.
The Sonoma Stompers collect your personal information for marketing purposes. If you take any of the following actions, you will likely hear from us:
- Register for a promotion or buy game tickets
- Post a comment on our websites or ask us a question.
- Contact us with a request or question
- Register for an event or contest
Here are some of the reasons we contact our fans:
- To share new features and products
- To send a receipt for or confirmation of a purchase, including tickets and merchandise
- To invite you to enter occasional contests
- To keep you up to date on the latest Stompers news
If you give us someone else’s contact information, we will only use it to provide the services you requested. Sonoma Stompers websites and apps are not intended for children and we do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. If you are a parent or legal guardian and think your child under 13 has given us information, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sonoma Stompers Baseball Club, 117 W. Napa St., Suite F, Sonoma, CA 95476 and label your email or letter “COPPA Information Request.” If you would like to be removed from Sonoma Stompers marketing materials, please email us at email@example.com.
Restrooms are located along the third base side past the merchandise booth.
Smoking of any kind — traditional tobacco and E-cigs that emit a vapor — are strictly prohibited at People's Home Equity Ballpark.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office (cash and credit are both accepted), located at the front of the stadium. Tickets can also be purchased by phone, (707) 938-7277, or online at http://sonomastompersbaseballclub.thundertix.com/events. All sales are final. No refunds.
Ticketing and Refund Policy
All sales are final. No refunds will be issued.
Accompanied children two years old and younger do not need to purchase a ticket to enter People's Home Equity Ballpark. However, the Stompers ask that kids without a ticket do not take up a seat. Accompanied children 10-and-under qualify for a $2 discount off ticket only prices at the Arnold Field box office, online, or at the Fan Shop, located at 117 West Napa Street, Suite F in downtown Sonoma. For the enjoyment of all our fans and guests, it's important that parents monitor their kids closely.