Use this page for information on all ballpark policies, procedures and information. Should you need additional information, please email the club or call the front office at (505) 924-2255.
Accessible seating is reserved for guests with accessible requirements and their companions. Guests requiring accessible seating may purchase one (1) accessible seat and up to three (3) companion seats adjacent to the accessible seat. Depending upon availability, seats for additional guests will be located as close as possible to the accessible space.
Isotopes Park is committed to working with guests on a case-by-case basis to adequately accommodate individual needs. All ticket sales are based on availability.
Isotopes Park is fully accessible. Guests may enter Isotopes Park at any of the entry gates. Ramps are provided at all entries, and there are elevators that will take patrons to the Club Level if they choose those seats.
No alcoholic beverages may be brought into or removed from Isotopes Park. New Mexico State Law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21.
Please note the following policies:
- Patrons will be required to show proper proof of age when purchasing alcoholic beverages at Isotopes Park.
- New Mexico Law prohibits patrons from purchasing and/or possessing more than two alcoholic beverages at a time.
- Alcohol will not be served after the bottom of the 7th inning. This policy varies for 7-inning games.
- The Albuquerque Isotopes and Oak View Group (OVG) Hospitality reserve the right to deny the sale of alcoholic beverages to any guests.
- Do not allow anyone to attempt to drive if intoxicated. Assist guests to the CNM Guest Services Booth to arrange a ride.
Due to Major League Baseball’s directives regulating player/fan interaction during COVID-19, players may not be permitted to sign autographs. Under normal circumstances, guests may make autograph requests from the Isotopes and visiting teams up to 15 minutes prior to game time. The best access to the players would be along the retaining walls near the dugouts. Guests are asked not to climb or lean on top of the dugouts and will be asked to move 15 minutes prior to game time per Major League Baseball rules.
Baby changing tables are located in all restrooms at Isotopes Park. There are “Family Restrooms” located on the
concourse (both 1st and 3rd base side), Club Level and Press Level.
The Albuquerque Isotopes encourage fans to leave all bags at home to speed up the entry process into the stadium.
If a fan chooses to bring in a bag, the following rules apply:
- All bags are subject to search
- Each fan may carry one bag of any size that is clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC, or a clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
- Bags within bags will not be permitted -- all items must be clearly visible within one acceptable/approved clear bag.
- For guests with medical or childcare needs such as diapers, wipes, formula, bottles, breast pumps, insulin, or medications those items may be brought in a separate non-clear medical or diaper bag, and those bags are subject to search upon entry into the stadium. Only childcare or medical items may be carried inside of these bags, all other personal items must be carried in an approved clear bag.
- Any bags not meeting these requirements will not be allowed inside the ballpark. If a bag is turned away at the gate due to not following the clear bag policy, it will need to be returned to the fan’s vehicle. The Isotopes do not provide storage for bags.
- Blankets and jackets must be carried in separately and are subject to search.
Prohibited items will not be allowed inside the ballpark (see “prohibited items” for more information).
Commercial banners and signs are not allowed in Isotopes Park without express written consent from the Albuquerque Isotopes.
No bottles, cans, food, beverages or containers may be brought into Isotopes Park, with the exception of sealed bottled water. Oak View Group (OVG) Hospitality will make every effort to accommodate fans with dietary restrictions.
See “Message Board."
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Blake’s Lotaburger Kids Fun Run may be suspended. In normal circumstances however, kids 12 and under have the opportunity to run the bases after every Isotopes home game (they must be able to do so without a parent accompanying them), weather permitting. Listen to announcements for further details. Parents must remain in the seating area. Kids enter the field on the 1st base side (Section 118/120) and exit the field via the gate at Section 115. Parents are instructed to be at Section 115’s exit along the concourse to meet their child as they exit the field at the Kiddie Korral pickup area. After every Thursday game, the Isotopes allow adults to run the bases as well. For the safety of the children, Albuquerque Police Officers are present on the field.
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00 am – Conclusion of the game
Sunday day games: 10:00 am – Conclusion of the game
Sunday night games: 12:00 pm – Conclusion of the game
In addition to purchasing tickets at the Isotopes Park Box Office, fans may purchase tickets online by visiting abqisotopes.com or www.ticketmaster.com.
There are no refunds or exchanges for individual game tickets. All sales are final.
Still and hand-held video cameras are permitted at Isotopes Park, but tripods cannot be set up that block the view of other guests. Video reproduction is strictly prohibited without express written consent from the Albuquerque Isotopes.
Children two years of age and older require a ticket to enter Isotopes Park. Children under the age of two years are not required to have a ticket unless they will occupy their own seat. Children ages two through 12 are eligible for a $1 discount (excluding July 3) in the Reserved Level only.
The CNM Guest Services Booth, located behind Section 102 on the concourse, will be open the same time as the gates and will stay open until approximately 30 minutes following the game to assist with lost items, lost guests, emergencies, accommodations or any other questions or concerns that may arise.
Fans may register comments and/or suggestions during games at the CNM Guest Services Booth. Fans may also email comments/suggestions to [email protected] or mail comments/suggestions to our Administrative Office at Isotopes Park.
Oak View Group (OVG) Hospitality is the exclusive concessionaire at Isotopes Park. To inquire or make comments regarding food service, contact Oak View Group (OVG) Hospitality directly at (505) 222-4033.
Due to the global pandemic caused by COVID-19, the ballpark will operate according to the COVID-Safe Practices (CSPs) approved by the State of New Mexico. Additionally, the facility will operate according to Major League Baseball COVID safety mandates and precautions. The Isotopes Park CSPs are located under the “Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park” tab on the Isotopes website at abqisotopes.com. Please note that in cases where there are inconsistencies between COVID-Safe Practices and normal circumstances, the state-approved CSPs will be implemented
In conjunction with the State of New Mexico’s Department of Transportation, we offer a Designated Driver program to help promote responsible consumption of alcohol among our fans. Fans wishing to be identified as their group’s Designated Driver can receive a free bottle of water by signing up at the CNM Guest Services Booth.
To request a donation for a community event, please visit www.abqisotopes.com for additional information or contact the Community Relations Department at (505) 222-4004.
The el Jimador Fiesta Deck is an exclusive hospitality area located on the Club Level and accommodates groups of 40 to 60. Those interested in booking an event on the Fiesta Deck can contact the Isotopes Group Sales Department at (505) 924-2255.
The stadium’s two public elevators are located at the main entrance (McKernan Hall) and inside the gate near the 3rd base stairwell. The elevators provide access for Suite and Club seat holders, disabled guests, Isotopes front office staff and Press Box personnel. If assistance is needed, fans may also take the 3rd base elevator to access Sections 201, 203 and 205. Use of elevators may be altered due to COVID-19.
Guests are asked to exit the stadium through the designated exits located on the concourse. There are two main exits
located on the 1st and 3rd base sides. In the event of an emergency, there are two additional emergency exits adjacent to Section 123 on the 3rd base side and Section 122 on the 1st base side. To help ensure everyone’s safety, Isotopes Park has a no re-entry policy. Guests who wish to exit and re-enter the facility for personal emergencies should be directed to the CNM Guest Services Booth. Re-entry accommodations are up to the discretion of the Albuquerque Isotopes and are strictly limited to emergencies only.
The Albuquerque Isotopes are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for our guests at Isotopes Park.
Our staff will proactively intervene to support an environment where guests can enjoy the Isotopes Park experience free of unacceptable behavior, including the following:
• Foul/abusive language or obscene gestures.
• Intoxication or other signs of impairment related to alcohol consumption.
• Displays of affection not appropriate in a public, family setting.
• Obscene or indecent clothing.
• Any disruption of the game or event, including throwing of objects or trespassing on the playing field or in restricted areas.
• Sitting in a location other than the guest's ticketed seat.
• Fighting, taunting or making threatening remarks or gestures.
Any guest not adhering to the above code or behaving in an unruly manner will be removed from the ballpark. The Albuquerque Isotopes and Isotopes Park management reserve the right to determine what unruly or unacceptable behavior is.
If anyone is interfering with your enjoyment of our facility, please contact the nearest Isotopes Park Event Staff for assistance.
LF Power Alley- 383'
LCF Point- 428'
RCF Point- 428'
RF Power Alley- 404'
Our field consistently ranks as one of the top venues in all of professional baseball, recently selected by STMA as the 2014 and 2016 PCL Field of the Year and the 2013 Professional Baseball Field of the Year. Our state of the art playing surface is a four variety Kentucky bluegrass blend, growing in a root zone mixture of 92% sand and 8% peat.
Any guest attempting to enter the field of play before, during or after an event without authorization will be removed from the stadium and subject to criminal prosecution and/or fines.
The First Aid Station is located on the concourse behind Section 102/104. If you need immediate assistance, please notify a staff member or visit the CNM Guest Services Booth.
The first game in Isotopes history was April 3, 2003 at the Memphis Redbirds. The first Isotopes home game was April 11, 2003 vs. the Oklahoma RedHawks.
Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park is a cashless facility. Baseball Bucks/Visa/MasterCard/AMEX are accepted for ticket purchases at the Isotopes Park Box Office, Isotopes Pro Shop, Fun Zone Ticket Booth, all permanent concession stands and portable concession stands. Digital forms of payment are also accepted at select locations.
Batted balls and other objects leaving the field of play can be dangerous and we ask that you stay alert at all times. The extended safety netting should not give fans a false sense of safety and attention must still be paid towards protecting yourself and others in your party. Guests are permitted to keep any baseballs that are hit into the stands. However, guests may not enter the field to retrieve balls or otherwise interfere with balls in play. At no time should a foul or home run ball be thrown back onto the field of play (violators will be subject to ejection).
The Fun Zone may not be operated due to COVID-19 restrictions. During normal times however, the Isotopes Park Fun Zone is located above the berm in the right field area of the stadium. The area contains various attractions for kids, including a playground for small children, carousel, multiple inflatable bounce houses and a gravity-drop ride called “Topes Tower.” Tickets for these attractions may be purchased at the Fun Zone Ticket Booth during games.
Stadium gates will open one hour and five minutes before the start of each game and all stadium amenities will be available. On occasion, stadium gates will open earlier than the stated time. All gate opening times are listed at www.abqisotopes.com and are subject to change.
Promotional items, or “giveaways,” are available on selected game dates to fans that possess a valid ticket on a first-come, first-served basis. One item per guest, age restrictions may apply. Guests must be in attendance at the game to receive a promotional item.
During games, guests may inquire about lost and found items at the CNM Guest Services Booth. To inquire about lost and found items after a game, guests may call the Albuquerque Isotopes Administrative Office at (505) 924-2255 during business hours from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Items will be held for seven days before being discarded or donated.
If a child becomes lost or separated from their group, they should notify the nearest staff member and security will be informed. A lost child will be taken to the CNM Guest Services Booth. Parents looking for their child should follow the same procedure. The Isotopes encourage guests to instruct their children what to do if they become lost or separated.
Orbit is a large goofy alien that arrived at Isotopes Park for the team's inaugural season back in 2003. This bright orange, yellow and red alien landed late one night in center field and has made Isotopes Park his home ever since. Thanks to the Topes amazing fans, Orbit was even crowned the MiLB Mascot Mania’s Best Mascot in Minor League Baseball in 2012.
Orbit can be booked for special occasions by filling out a request form found here or by calling the Community Relations Department at (505) 222-4004 during business hours from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Orbit’s availability may be limited.
McKernan Hall is located at the Suite and Club entrance located directly behind home plate on the concourse. McKernan Hall is dedicated to the late Pat McKernan, former Albuquerque Dukes General Manager, who was highly respected in Minor League Baseball and New Mexico. McKernan Hall is a tribute to professional baseball in Albuquerque and includes the Albuquerque Professional Baseball Hall of Fame. Only patrons holding Suite and Club Level tickets may enter through McKernan Hall during events.
The Isotopes Park Pro Shop is open during all home games starting when gates open. The Pro Shop is also open Monday through Friday year-round from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and on game-day Saturdays from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Fans can always shop online 24/7 at www.abqisotopes.com or place a phone order by calling (505) 222-4059.
The videoboard can be used to display birthday and anniversary announcements during select innings of the game. A charitable donation is required for all birthday and anniversary announcements along with wedding proposals and other requests. These fees will be donated to a selected charity at the end of the season. All requests must occur 24 hours in advance of game day and can be submitted by visiting the “Fan Zone” tab on team’s website at abqisotopes.com.
Located on the Club Level, the Miller Lite Stadium Club is available for Club seat and Suite Holders. The Miller Lite Stadium Club is also available for rent on non-game days for corporate parties, weddings, etc.
Those wishing to perform the National Anthem at an Isotopes game may submit a demo to the Isotopes Promotions Manager. Additional information regarding this process can be found at abqisotopes.com.
Orbit’s O-Zone is located behind the center field batter's eye and is designated for Team of the Game and Birthday Parties. Call the Group Sales Department at (505) 924-2255 for more details.
Paging is available for emergency situations only (i.e. lost children, etc.). Guests can visit the CNM Guest Services Booth to request a PA announcement. The Isotopes reserve the right to deny any announcement request.
The University of New Mexico owns and controls most of the parking lots surrounding Isotopes Park and charge Isotopes fans to park in these UNM lots. Payment for parking must be done by credit cards. Cash and Baseball Bucks are not accepted as forms of payment at these lots. Vehicles with four or more people are allowed to park in the Stadium East Lot for free. Vehicles displaying a disabled permit or placard are allowed to park for free at the UNM East Lot.
Staff and general public may not park in the three lots on Isotopes Park property (Lots A, B and C). Only credentialed media, disabled, and Suite Holder permit parking is allowed in these lots. Season Ticket Holders who have purchased a discounted permit may park in the Stadium West Lot directly south of Isotopes Park. The permit must be displayed in their vehicles to gain access to the lots.
There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis in lots A and C. Overflow disabled parking is available adjacent to the Stadium West Lot directly south of Isotopes Park on a first-come, first-served basis.
Availability of parking around the stadium is subject to change
The Pepsi Porch is an exclusive hospitality area located behind Section 123 designed for groups of 20-28. Those interested in booking an event in this area can contact the Isotopes Group Sales Department at (505) 924-2255.
Pets, other than service animals, are not permitted inside Isotopes Park. Service Animals, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, are welcome at Isotopes Park, provided they are accompanied by the handler and leashed at all times.
The main number to the Isotopes Park Administrative Office is (505) 924-2255.
The 2023 Souvenir Program is be available online via the Isotopes website (www.abqisotopes.com).
No bottles, cans, food, beverages or containers may be brought into Isotopes Park, with the exception of sealed bottled water. For everyone's safety, the Isotopes do not allow laser pointers, noisemakers, fireworks, weapons, nets or any other item that may be considered dangerous or may interfere with another fan’s enjoyment of the game. Major League Baseball rules prohibit all bags, except medical bags and manufactured diaper bags, from entering the venue (see “Bags” policy, above). Please be aware this is a partial list of prohibited items and any questions should be directed to the Administrative Offices at (505) 924-2255.
All Isotopes games can be heard on KNML 610 AM & 95.9 FM “The Sports Animal.” Games can also be heard at www.abqisotopes.com.
Hand-held radios are welcome at Isotopes Park as long as they do not interfere with other guests’ enjoyment of the game. The Isotopes reserve the right to ask any guest to discontinue use of such devices.
If an official game is not played, that being 4½ innings if the Isotopes are leading or 5 innings if the game is tied or if the visiting team is leading, the ticket may be used as a rain check. In this case, the ticket may be exchanged for a ticket of equal or lesser value, based on seating availability, for any future 2023 regular season, non-restricted home game (excludes July 3). Exchanges are accepted exclusively at the Isotopes Park Box Office. Tickets for official games which are suspended after becoming official contests do not qualify as rain checks.
SHOULD THE FANS KEEP THEIR ORIGINAL TICKETS?
- Absolutely – this is a requirement
- If they have digital tickets, the Isotopes Park Box Office staff can look up those accounts accordingly. They will need to provide your Ticketmaster account number or seat location to assist in this process.
DO THE TICKETS NEED TO BE EXCHANGED RIGHT AWAY AFTER THE GAME IS POSTPONED?
- No - tickets can be exchanged whenever it’s convenient for the fan.
- The Box Office will stay open after the game is called to accommodate fans who want to exchange their tickets at that time.
- Otherwise, fans can return any time during normal Box Office hours to make their exchanges.
- Fans can also come to the Box Office the night of the game they want to attend and make the exchange at that time keeping in mind that seating is based on availability.
- Remember, all exchanges are based on availability of seating at the time of exchange for the new game.
HOW/WHERE TO MAKE EXCHANGES?
- Exchanges must be made exclusively at the Isotopes Park Box Office.
WHAT SEATS WILL THE FAN GET FOR THE NEW GAME?
- The tickets from the postponed game will be exchanged for new seats of equal or lesser value.
- If it’s possible for the fan to get the same seats for the new game, the Box Office will do their best to accommodate the request.
- Remember that all exchanges are based on availability and no upgrades are allowed on rain checks.
IF THE TICKETS ARE EXCHANGED FOR THE DATE ON WHICH THE MAKE-UP GAME HAS BEEN SCHEDULED AS PART OF A DOUBLEHEADER, ARE THE TICKETS GOOD FOR BOTH GAMES OR ONLY ONE OF THE GAMES?
- Tickets are good for both games on the date printed on the tickets.
WHAT ABOUT FANS WHO ARE ALREADY TICKETED FOR THE RESCHEDULED GAME?
- Tickets with the date of the doubleheader are valid for both games, and the fan will sit in that same seat for both games.
HOW ARE PROMOTIONS AND GIVEAWAYS HANDLED?
- If a promotional giveaway was originally scheduled on a date that has now been made part of a doubleheader, the giveaway will be handed out when the gates open for the first game.
CAN FANS GET REFUNDS INSTEAD OF RAIN CHECKS?
- As stated on the tickets, refunds are not issued.
- All fans should be directed to the Box Office for any additional questions.
To help ensure everyone’s safety, Isotopes Park has a no re-entry policy. Guests who wish to exit and re-enter the facility for personal emergencies should be directed to the Guest Services Booth. Re-entry accommodations are up to the discretion of the Albuquerque Isotopes and are limited to emergencies only.
Isotopes tickets are the property of the Albuquerque Isotopes and may not be sold or distributed. Attempted or actual resale or distribution of tickets at any price is prohibited. Isotopes management reserves the right to confiscate any tickets being sold or distributed.
Fans’ safety is our utmost concern. We take pride in Isotopes Park being a safe environment for everyone and we ask all of our guests to abide by the Fans Code of Conduct (see above). For your own well-being, please be aware that bats and balls leaving the field of play can be dangerous and we ask you to stay alert at all times. For the safety of everyone in the facility, we ask that if you see something suspicious or if you observe violations of the Fans Code of Conduct, report the situation to a member of the Isotopes staff or directly to Albuquerque Police Officers who are patrolling the park.
Pocket schedules are available throughout the Albuquerque community, as well as at the Isotopes Park Box Office, Pro Shop and Guest Services Booth. The schedule is also available online at abqisotopes.com.
Guests should sit only in the seats for which they hold valid tickets. Guests may be asked to show their ticket stub if there is confusion over a specific seat.
The Smith’s Picnic Pavilion has two seatings (pre-game and in-game picnics) and can accommodate groups up to 500 guests. Interested parties can contact the Isotopes Group Sales Department at (505) 924-2255.
RGCU Field at Isotopes Park is a non-smoking facility.
For details and information about special events and promotional giveaways, see the promotional schedule at www.abqisotopes.com or visit the Guest Services Booth.
Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park
1601 Avenida Cesar Chavez SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Information about stadium tours is available under the “Isotopes Park” tab on the Isotopes website.
A ticket is not required for a stroller as long as the stroller is going to be on the Berm, in the Suites, in the el Jimador Deck, in the Pepsi Porch, in the Tecate Alta Terrace or if it is an umbrella stroller which can be folded and stored underneath the chairs. Strollers that cannot be folded and stored underneath seats are not allowed in the seating bowl areas.
The facility has 27 Suites plus the Tecate Alta Terrace (Party Suite) that offer some of the best sightlines and views of the playing field and surrounding area. Suites are leased out to various companies and individuals who have the opportunity to decorate their respective Suite how they please. Fans inquiring about renting a Suite can call (505) 924-2255.
The Albuquerque Isotopes do not allow tailgating on Isotopes Park property. Tailgating in the surrounding parking lots is governed by the UNM Police Department, who can be reached at (505) 277-2241.
It is located on the 4th Floor and is an indoor/outdoor area for exclusive parties and corporate events and can accommodate groups of 50-75. For additional info, contact the Group Sales Department at (505) 924-2255.
Guests may inquire about Season Tickets, mini-plans, flex plans and combo plans by visiting the Guest Services Booth or by calling the Season Ticket & Group Sales Dept. at (505) 924-2255.
Berm Seating is generally only available on the day of the game and can only be purchased at the Isotopes Park Box Office. On occasion, Berm Seating will be available in advance of the game, but only if all other seating levels have been sold to capacity. Tickets are required for all guests two years of age and older.
Guests may bring umbrellas into Isotopes Park as long as they do not interfere with guests' enjoyment of the game or block other fans’ view.
Live video streaming of all Isotopes games is available at www.milb.tv for a fee controlled by Major League Baseball.
There are touchless water fountains available on the stadium concourse.
The Isotopes official website is www.abqisotopes.com.