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Your Guide To The Diamond

Advance Tickets
Guests can purchase tickets to upcoming Lake Elsinore Storm home games in a number of ways:

1) Internet:

2) By Phone: 951-245-4487

3) In Person: 500 Diamond Drive, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Frequently Asked Questions

Alcohol Sales
California liquor regulations prohibit guests from bringing any alcohol into The Diamond. Alcohol may not be removed from the ballpark at any time. Guests who appear to be under the age of 30 will be required to show proper identification. Guests will be limited to two alcoholic beverages per transaction. All sales of alcoholic beverages cease at the end of the 7th inning. The Storm reserve the right to refuse or discontinue service of alcoholic beverages at any time.

Only certified service animals or service animals in training are allowed at The Diamond. All other animals are prohibited.

*Except on Wildlife Wednesdays!*

Fans are welcome to attempt to obtain autographs prior to and following home games. Several areas near the playing field may facilitate obtaining autographs. You may be asked to return to your ticketed seat when seeking an autograph outside your designated seating assignment. The players and coaches are prohibited from signing autographs during the game.

Bag Search
All bags and personal items are subject to search upon entrance into The Diamond. Any confiscated items must either be discarded or returned to a vehicle. The Storm is not responsible for any prohibited items left at the gates.

Banners and Signs
The Storm request that banners and signs not be placed in the direct sight lines of the batter or the other guests. Signs and banners may not be hung over the railings or disrupt the game in play at any time. The content of the banner may not be political, commercial or obscene in nature. The Lake Elsinore Storm reserve the right and have sole discretion to permit or remove any sign or banner from the ballpark at any time.

Batting Practice
Batting practice is only open to the general public on dates specified by the Lake Elsinore Storm.

Bottles/Outside Beverages
No outside food or beverage may be brought into The Diamond. Exceptions include: One 20oz bottle of water per person, baby formula or liquids that are required for medical reasons. Please alert the security staff of any liquids into the stadium upon arrival.

The 2024 season of Storm Baseball will be broadcast live on our online audio platform and visually on MiLBtv.

Cameras and Camcorders
Guests of The Diamond are allowed to bring in video cameras for personal use only. Those wishing to use tripods or other video equipment are asked to contact a Lake Elsinore staff member for assistance. When using cameras or camcorders, please be courteous and not obstruct the views of other guests. Any video or photography of The Diamond or Storm players and coaches cannot be used commercially without written permission from the San Diego Padres.

Children Age Restrictions
Children two years of age and under are allowed to enter The Diamond without a ticket, but must be lap-held and not occupy an additional seat. Children over the age of two must have a ticket for entrance.

The Diamond has several fixed and portable concession stands offering the standard ballpark fare and local vendors such as Batter Up Bakery, Hardway Wings, Juice It Up, Michi Tacos, and Cold Stone Brewing. The Diamond Taproom is a full-service restaurant on our third base side, with a wide variety of options that can be enjoyed at a table inside or a to-go order to enjoy in the stands.

Credit Card Policies
Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are all accepted forms of payment for ticketing, food and retail purchases. A valid ID is required for all credit card purchases. We are a cashless venue with no cash being accepted for parking, at our team store, or in our concessions.

Any member of the media wishing to obtain credentials to a game must submit an email request via phone or email. Requests should be made at least 24 hours prior to game. For more information contact Media Relations at [email protected]

Disabled Guests
Parking for disabled guests is available in parking Lot B. All vehicles wishing to park in handicapped spaces must display proper license plates or placards. The cost of parking is free. Disabled seating is available behind home plate, the first base line and the third base line. Contact the Storm Ticket Office for more information regarding handicapped accessible seating.

Employment Opportunities
To apply for a seasonal position with the Lake Elsinore Storm, you must contact the Storm's HR Generalist, Katherine Strehlow, at [email protected]

Guests wishing to leave The Diamond but planning to return during the same game must have their ticket and hand stamped at the gate prior to exiting. No alcohol is permitted upon exiting.

Fan Mail
Mail for the Lake Elsinore Storm players and personnel can be sent to:

Lake Elsinore Storm

Attn: Player or personnel

500 Diamond Drive

Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Please be advised that items sent through the mail to be signed are done so at your own risk. The Storm are not responsible for items not signed or returned to the sender.

Promotional Items
Promotional items are distributed to guests who meet specific promotion requirements such as age limit or for the first pre-determined number of fans through the gate. Promotional items are not available to pick up prior to gates opening. Promotional items are given on a per-person, not per-ticket, basis. For a complete list of promotional items call the Storm front office at 951-245-4487 or look on the promotional schedule online here.

Rain Check
If a regular-season game is not played, your ticket stub may be exchanged, subject to availability, for a ticket of equal or lesser value, good at any Lake Elsinore Storm regular-season home game excluding exhibition games or Independence Day celebrations.

Scoreboard Message
Personalized birthday or other celebratory messages can be displayed on the video board in right field for a small donation to a local Lake Elsinore Charity. Guests should visit the Thunder Staffing Information Booth upon arrival to the ballpark. The Storm do not guarantee all messages will be displayed.

Season Tickets
Full season tickets offer you the best seats - of your choice - for all 66 home games. With discounted prices, unused ticket exchanges and guaranteed giveaways, you can't lose! Mini Plan packages beginning at nine games are also available. Contact the Storm front office at 951-245-4487 for more information.

Smoking Policy
The Diamond is a smoke-free facility. Guests who wish to smoke while at The Diamond are required to utilize the designated smoking areas located outside of the gates.

Solicitation and Distribution of Literature
Guests are prohibited from distributing banners, booklets, business cards, commercial advertising, flyers, folders, handbills, leaflets, notice, pamphlets, or any other written or printed materials without permission from the Lake Elsinore Storm. In addition, the Storm prohibit the placing of any of the above listed items on the windshields of parked vehicles.

Suite Rentals
Suites are available to rent on a full-season basis. Nightly suite rentals are available on our ticketing website, or by contacting the Storm front office at 951-245-4487.

Tailgating is permitted in Lot C. Parking is free in this parking lot. Alcohol and glass are prohibited. No open flames allowed.

Ticket Delivery Options

Digital tickets can be accessed directly on your mobile devices. Assistance accessing digital tickets is available at the ticket windows during box office hours.

Umbrellas are not permitted inside the ballpark.

Water Bottles
All water bottles must be disposable. Reusable, unsealed bottles will not be permitted inside the stadium.

Code of Conduct

Lake Elsinore Storm Fan Code of Conduct

The Lake Elsinore Storm are committed to creating a family-friendly and welcoming environment at the ballpark for all guests. As part of that commitment, we have adopted this written policy addressing fan behavior. The policy includes a Fan Code of Conduct, which is fan-facing and describes how fans are expected to behave.

All Lake Elsinore Storm staff, including game-day staff, must receive a copy of this policy before working any games. In addition, all staff must receive annual training on this policy, the substance of the Fan Code of Conduct, and how to respond to prohibited fan behavior. All training will be documented.

A copy of the Fan Code of Conduct can be found at any entrance gate to the ballpark, at any guest services booth, on and in the official game program.

Fans will be notified before and during the game through public service announcements (“PSAs”) on the main video board that summarize the Fan Code of Conduct, the penalties for violation, and how to report prohibited behavior.

Reporting An Incident

Any game-day staff member who witnesses or receives a report of prohibited fan behavior by a fan must report the incident to a Club security supervisor. This can be done by contacting your immediate supervisor, notifying a nearby security staff member, or by contacting Katie Strehlow

Use of derogatory language by a fan toward a player, umpire, Club staff, or their family members must be documented by the Club and reported to the Club’s General Manager and to the Commissioner’s Office via email to [email protected]. Clubs must seek to collect the name and identifying information of the fan and must include in their report a description of how the Club addressed the incident and any planned discipline.

Fan Code of Conduct

In order to provide a welcoming experience for all, the Lake Elsinore Storm has implemented a Fan Code of Conduct. Out of respect for fellow guests, players, coaches, and ballpark staff, all guests are prohibited from:

  • Trespassing on the playing field at any time;
  • Interfering with baseballs that are in play;
  • Throwing or tossing objects;
  • Using foul, obscene or derogatory language (see below) or gestures;
  • Misusing or overconsuming alcohol, including, underage consumption;
  • Behaving in a manner that is disruptive, unruly, or abusive;
  • Accessing areas of the ballpark without a proper ticket, pass, or credential;
  • Misusing tickets, passes, or credentials in any way; or
  • Bringing prohibited items into the ballpark.

Derogatory language is defined as offensive language concerning a person’s race, ethnicity, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, or national origin, and anyone using such language is subject to automatic ejection from the ballpark.

Violations of the Fan Code of Conduct will not be tolerated and may lead to ejection from the ballpark, a ban on attending future games, or other consequences. Guests who are found to have used derogatory language will be ejected from the ballpark.

Guests are encouraged to report violations of the Fan Code of Conduct to the nearest ballpark staff member. This can be done in person, at the nearest Guest Services location, directly with Ballpark Security.