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If you’re stationed at Joint Base Lewis-Mccord and ready for a fun family day, why not head up to Seattle? After playing in an empty stadium in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Seattle Seahawks will have full capacity at Lumen Field this year.  The Seattle Mariners will be operating at near full-capacity crowds with 30,945 out of 47,000 approved. at T-Mobile Park.

Seattle.com reporter John Boyle said, “The Seahawks enjoyed plenty of success in 2020, going 12-4 to win the NFC West, but something important was missing last season, namely the presence of the fans who make Lumen Field one of the loudest venues in sports.  This season, however, the Seahawks will welcome their fans back to Lumen Field, where they will play in front of a full-capacity crowd, having received approval from the NFL and from state and local public health and government officials.”

The Seahawks are more than ready for fans to return. “Ideally, we’d like everybody to be vaccinated before we report to camp just to make it as safe as possible for everyone,” Carroll said earlier this offseason. As of the end of the offseason workout program last week, Carroll said close to 70 percent of the team’s players, as well as the entire coaching staff, were expected to be vaccinated by the end of the week, with the hope being that “the bulk of the team” will be vaccinated by the start of camp.  

If you head to a game don’t forget to cheer on West Point grad Jon Rhattigan who was signed to the Seahawks. For more information on the Seahawks schedule and tickets, click here.

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The Seattle Mariners received permission from the state of Washington and King County to increase seating capacity at T-Mobile Park for the upcoming homestand June 14-23.

The updated operations plan allows 26,265 tickets to be sold as vaccine only with no social distancing. The remaining capacity will be sold in socially distanced pods of 1-6 seats for a total of 4,680 seats. Total ballpark capacity under the approved plan is 30,945 (out of 47,000). Private Suites, Diamond Club and All-Star Club are available at full capacity for fully vaccinated guests.

Prior to June 14, the Mariners have been operating T-Mobile Park under reduced capacity with socially distanced seating (9,000) and vaccine only sections (up to approximately 5,000). The Mariners plan to open to full, non-socially distanced capacity when all COVID-19 restrictions in the state of Washington are lifted. More information will be available soon about ticket availability for games beginning July 2.

Mariners Season Ticket Members have priority to select locations for the upcoming homestand. Once that is completed, tickets will be available for single-game buyers starting on June 8 at Mariners.com/Tickets.

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