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MLBAll-Star

Webpage last revised: July 6, 2023

 

Seattle is thrilled to welcome MLB All-Star Week to the Emerald City along with all of the players, teams, and fans. From event and activation schedules to helpful resources to information on the host city, we are eager to help you make the most of your time here. Continue to check back as more information is added to this page leading up to All-Star Week!

A City of Inclusivity

You may already know this city as the place where grunge moved out of the garage and coffee culture became a global phenomenon. Or where fresh seafood and hoppy beers mingle on the table with locally found ingredients and Washington wine. Perhaps you know it as a place where misty days make the cozy season even better. Whatever your vision of Seattle may be, we hope you leave knowing this city as one that warmly welcomes all. No matter where you come from, what you look like, or whom you love, you can find community, acceptance, and opportunity here, even on a brief visit.

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July 13

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King County Metro All-Star Wayfinding Map

Use this map to get to and from the stadiums! This map features all available public transit, including added bus service, the Stay Green path, and King County Metro’s custom post-event Downtown Shuttle which will pick up event attendees just outside of T-Mobile Park on westbound Edgar Martinez Dr S, on Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday nights.

Click HERE to view the map.

Whether you’re visiting from out of town or a Seattle local, the 2023 MLB All-Star Week is a great time to explore and support the local businesses at the heart of our communities!

Map created by Intentionalist.

Enjoy Seattle’s live music scene while you explore the city!

The streets will come to life with music by talented local artists, including:

Chris LeVaughn · Dave Harmonson · David Michael Stedman · Mike Spine and Barbara Luna · Erika Lundahl · James Coates · Jed Crisologo · Tbasa · Ronnie Carter · CZNS · Shaun Crawford · Judd Wasserman · Michael Compton · Maureese Mo Sax Itson · Zoser · Michael Trew · Drea Marilyn · John Salzano · Robert Roth · Sam Russell

A baseball play wearing a navy shirt and grey pants swings a bat at home plate on a baseball field while another player in all white squats behind them with their glove stretched out.

Julio Rodriguez playing for the Seattle Mariners Shutterstock/Conor P. Fitzgerald

For baseball fans, Seattle will be the place to visit in July, when beautiful T-Mobile Park hosts Major League Baseball’s most prestigious showcase, the All-Star Game. But Seattle has been a baseball town for a long time. Read on to discover the city’s history with the sport and some of the best places to watch it.

Read on >>

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