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'Bark at the Park' Comes Back to Seattle with 6 Dog-Friendly Games Starting In April

French bulldog at the baseball game in Seattle.
A four-legged fan watching the game at Bark at the Park. Credit: Seattle Mariners/Bark at the Park

There’s no question that Seattle is a great place for dogs and their people. The city is filled with dog-friendly parks. Pups are a fixture at local bars and cafes. In Seattle, dogs can even accompany their humans to baseball games.


On April 29, the Mariners will be hosting the first of six Bark at the Park events: the annual series of dog-friendly baseball games at T-Mobile Park. Now in its tenth year, this beloved event has only grown since the Mariners first began inviting four-legged fans in 2014. Bark at the Park not only welcomes hundreds of dogs and their humans each year, but also teams up with local shelters and rescues to help adoptable dogs catch the ultimate prize: a forever home.


This year's Bark at the Park begins on Monday, April 29, 2024, when the Mariners are inviting Seattle’s two- and four-legged baseball fans to cheer them on as they play the Atlanta Braves. You can also bring your pup to watch the Mariners play on May 29 vs. the Houston Astros; June 10 vs. the Chicago White Sox; July 2 vs. the Baltimore Orioles; August 7 vs. the Detroit Tigers; and September 12 vs. the Texas Rangers.


T-Mobile Park will be outfitted with water stations, pet relief areas, on-site veterinarians, and cool game day swag, such as Mariners collars and dog toys, available during select games. Dogs and their owners will also get the opportunity to circle the bases at the end of each game.


Each dog and their human must purchase a $35 or $40 View Level Dog Pack (which includes one human and one dog ticket) by noon on game day. $2 of each dog pack ticket will benefit Pawsitive Alliance, a non-profit supporting dogs and cats around Washington State. Extra human tickets are available for $15-20.


Visit the Mariners website for more information about Bark at the Park 2024 and to buy tickets for this year's games. See you at the ballpark!

Written by Jen Swanson

Edited by Kallie Sims




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