MLB All-Star Game
Experience the Best in Baseball play in 2017!
Travel to Miami for the MLB All Star Game at Marlins Park. This is the ultimate baseball fan tour. Experience the Futures, Home Run Derby, and All-Star game.
Stay close to the best of Miami!
Enjoy lodging in the heart of the action in Miami, FL. We offer the best hotel options for you to take in the true Floridian experience and enjoy all that the Sunshine State has to offer.
The perfect family outing:
Enjoy all that Florida has to offer before the MLB All-Star Game. Sunny Florida is the perfect family vacation location! Enjoy some of the state's top beaches and attractions while visiting for the most exciting weekend in baseball!
MLB All Star Travel Packages
MLB All Star Tickets
|Event||Date & Time||Venue||Availability|
|MLB All-Star - Week Pass||July 9, 2017 - Time TBA||Marlins Ballpark|
|MLB All-Star Game||July 11, 2017 - Time TBA||Marlins Ballpark|
MLB All Star Event Information
2017 All-Star Game:
The 2017 MLB All-Star game is being hosted at Marlins Park in Miami, FL. Marlins Park has been the home of MLB’s Miami Marlins since 2012. The ballpark is located in the heart of Miami’s culturally diverse Little Havana, home to some of city's best parks and churches.
All-Star Weekend Format:
The MLB All-Star game pits the best players from baseball’s American League and National League against each other. The winner of MLB All-Star game no longer receives home field advantage for their respective league in the World Series. World Series home field is now determined by individual team record. Previously in the 2016 All-Star game in San Diego, the American League defeated the National League 4-2. The game featured some controversy after fan voting placed five Chicago Cubs as starters for the AL. The 2016 game’s MVP was awarded to the Kansas City Royals Eric Hosmer.
The weekend includes multiple festivities ranging from the actual All-Star game itself, all the way to the Home-Run Derby held the night before. Other events also include the All-Star Futures game held on All-Star Sunday and the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball game.
This year’s MLB All-Star game is hosted out of the home of the Miami Marlins, Marlins Park. Unique features of the ballpark include the "Home Run" sculpture which rises and shines and shines lasers after a home run. The sculpture has been aptly named the "Marlinator" and is considered one of the most unique outfield structures in Major League Baseball. The ballpark also features an outfield pool that can hold 240 guests and features a South Beach nightclub theme.
While exploring Marlins Park you will begin to notice the numerous amounts of murals and artistic structures within the park. The park features many replicas of famous art installations and pieces, which make up the over 500 pieces of artwork housed within Marlins Park. Baseball fans can also appreciate the park's bobblehead museum and aquatic themed backstop as well.
What to do in the local area?
Miami offers a wealth of culture and activities for travelers who are stopping in for the All-Star Weekend. Famous local neighborhoods include South Beach, Little Havana, Coconut Grove, and Brickell. Miami is known for its club scene which features some of the world's most famous clubs. The city is also a great stop for families who can visit the city's many institutions such as the Zoo Miami, Miami Seaquarium, and the Fairchild Botanical Gardens. A popular tourist activity in the city is scuba diving in Biscayne Bay which allows you to view the bay's coral reef and wildlife.
You can also visit the other professional sports teams in the area including the Miami Heat who reside in American Airlines Arena, and Miami Dolphins who play at the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium.