Tickets still available!

Join NAMI DC at the Nationals Stadium on Friday, August 30th (7:05 p.m. game, vs. Marlins)

Order your tickets below - tickets will be distributed in the order they are received. Instructions for picking up your tickets are below and will also be emailed to you. We are taking ticket requests on site at the Ballpark too. If we are fully reserved, tickets will be released to walk-ups beginning at 7:20.

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Join NAMI DC (National Alliance on Mental Illness’s District of Columbia Chapter) at the Nationals Stadium Friday, August 30, 2019 (7:05 p.m. game, vs. Marlins)


This will be the first of many games NAMI DC will be hosting this season.

We thank the Washington Nationals for awarding

NAMI DC Community Tickets


What do you need to know?

Anyone and everyone is invited to join us for the game. You may order tickets by ordering them at, emailing, or calling 202-538-0006. If you email or call, please leave a contact name, telephone number and how many tickets you are requesting (up to 10). You will be contacted to confirm your order based on availability via email or telephone.  If you need Accessible or Limited Walking seats, please include how many – they are first come first serve at the ballpark.

 Tickets are first come first serve – you must pick up your tickets on game day from Melinda Hasbrouck at Center Field Gate between 5 pm – 7:20 pm. Center Field Gate is located a half a block south from the Navy Yard station on Half Street, SE. When you arrive, you will see a sign: “Pickup NAMI DC NATS’ Tickets Here!” Center Field Gate opens 2 hours prior to the start of the game, allowing fans access to the Center Field stands and Center Field concourse area.

If you need a later time for picking up tickets on Friday, you must email Melinda at or call 202-538-0006 by 7 pm. If you do not pick up your tickets by 7:20 pm or contact Melinda Hasbrouck by 7 pm, they will be given away immediately to those on the waitlist.

If you are on the waiting list, you should still come to the game as we have been able to fulfill all ticket requests on the waitlist.  You must be at the pickup area by 7 pm to confirm your waitlist reservation. Waiting list names will be called first at 7:20 pm before given out to those who sign up at the ticket distribution on site.

We are under a ticket use policy and if tickets are not used, we cannot continue in the ticket grant program. Therefore, the ticket pickup policy is not negotiable. If you have any questions, please email or call 202-538-0006.

 NAMI DC’s ticket grant of 150 tickets includes 10 wheelchair accessible (including limited walking) seats. This option will be available on Eventbrite. If you register through another method, please include how many accessible seats are needed. These are available up to 10.


This will be the first of many games NAMI DC will be hosting this season.


If you have any questions, please contact Melinda at or 202-538-0006. You will be able to reach Melinda until 9 pm tonight.


We are not able to provide any food or beverages for this event. If you are interested in sponsoring food or beverages for future games, please contact Melinda Hasbrouck, NAMI DC’s Vice President at or 202-538-0006.



“Nationals Park is located in Southeast Washington along the Anacostia River bounded by South Capitol Street to the west, N Street to the north, First Street to the east and Potomac Avenue to the south.” There are multiple ways to travel to the Nationals Ballpark. Please visit



Backpacks are now prohibited inside Nationals Park, except as provided herein. Prohibiting backpacks allows us to enhance security within Nationals Park. “The bag policy was created for the safety of all our guests.” For complete policy information, visit


FOOD AND BEVERAGES options at or near the Park


OUTSIDE FOOD AND BEVERAGE: Hot Dog and other food vendors are near the stadium and have affordable deals for fun food at the game. You may bring some food items into the park. “All food items must be contained in single serving bags within a soft-sided container or cooler that does not exceed 16"x16"x8". Metal, plastic or glass containers of any kind (except for clear, factory-sealed or empty, plastic water bottles, no larger than one liter, juice boxes, insulin containers, and baby food) are prohibited at Nationals Park. Only one water bottle per person will be permitted. See GUEST CONDUCT POLICY (Prohibited Items).” More information at


Please see “Nationals Park Information Guide” for more information about the Ballpark.


GUEST CONDUCT POLICY - the policy is also at end of this posting.


This will be the first of many games NAMI DC will be hosting this season.

If you have any questions, please contact Melinda at or 202-538-0006. Please email if you would like to be added to our email list. Please include your name and preferred email address.


NAMI DC is up to many things. The fastest way to stay informed is visiting or calling 202-546-0646


Nationals’ Guest Conduct Policy


“The Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable sports and entertainment experience. Please review the Guest Conduct Policy below and enjoy your visit to Nationals Park.”


General Guidelines

 The following guidelines have been established for guest behavior:

  • Be a team player - restrict movement in the aisles and other seating areas to breaks in the action.

  • Standing or sitting in the portals, tunnels and stairs, as well as sitting or climbing on the railings, is prohibited.

  • Disabled seating platforms are for guests with tickets for those areas only.

  • Tops, bottoms and footwear are required for admission.

  • A guest may only wear a face mask while seated in his or her ticketed seat. The Nationals may publicly announce additional restrictions in connection with specific games or other events.

Within all ticketed areas, our staff will proactively support a family-friendly environment, free from the following behaviors:

  • Disruptive behavior, including foul or abusive language, obscene gestures, or use of Derogatory Language (see below)

  • Interference with other guests' ability to experience the event

  • Any disruption to the progress of the event by guests' actions, including interference with a ball in play

  • Irresponsible or underage consumption of alcoholic beverages or the facilitation of underage drinking

  • Intoxication, diminished capacity or other signs of impairment related to substance abuse

  • Fighting, horseplay, excessive taunting or threatening remarks or gestures

  • Throwing objects

  • Attempts to enter the field or to cause objects to enter the field

  • Sitting in a location other than the guest's ticketed seat or failure to produce a ticket on request

  • Accessing areas without a proper ticket, pass and/or credential or misusing tickets, passes and/or credentials

  • Displays of affection not appropriate to a public, family setting in the District of Columbia

  • Obscene or indecent clothing or clothing that denotes or connotes obscene or indecent messages

  • Violation of the Smoking & Tobacco Policy (see below)

  • Non-compliance with requests from ballpark staff or the police regarding ballpark operations or emergency response procedures

  • Trespassing, soliciting, peddling and loitering

  • Use of wheeled footwear, hoverboards, or skateboards

  • Vandalizing, damaging or otherwise defacing any part of the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex*

  • Any other action deemed dangerous or inappropriate

The ballpark staff has been instructed to work in unison with guests and to intervene when necessary to help ensure that the above expectations are met. Guests are encouraged to report any inappropriate behavior to the nearest guest experience representative, security personnel or Guest Services staff member.

Behavior in violation of the Guest Conduct Policy may result in the guest being ejected without refund, barred from the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex, arrested by police, being subject to possible prosecution and/or having his/her NATS PLUS Membership and/or Season Plan(s) revoked. All NATS PLUS Members and Season Plan Holders are responsible for their conduct as well as the conduct of their guests and/or persons using their tickets. NATS PLUS Memberships and Season Plans, as well as Individual Game Tickets, are revocable licenses. The Nationals reserve the right to revoke ticket privileges for any reason and at any time during the season. The Nationals will notify in writing the NATS PLUS Member or Season Plan Holder of record of any report of fan misconduct.

To discreetly report unruly behavior or security issues during the game, fans are encouraged to text "NATS" along with a brief description of the issue and the location to 69050.

Smoking & Tobacco

Nationals Park is a completely non-smoking and tobacco-free facility per District of Columbia law. There is no exception for electronic cigarettes or any other type of smoking device, or for smokeless tobacco or any other type of marijuana or tobacco product.

Use of Derogatory Language

The Nationals will not tolerate the use of "Derogatory Language" at Nationals Park. Derogatory Language means offensive language concerning another person's race, color, ethnicity, sex, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or national origin. Guests are encouraged to report any use of Derogatory Language, whether it is directed at players, umpires, other baseball personnel, staff members, or fans, to the nearest guest experience representative, security personnel or Guest Services staff member.

Banners & Signs

The Nationals welcome signs and banners consistent with the following policies and encourage fans to show their team pride. To ensure that signs, banners and fan activities do not distract from the enjoyment of sports games or other forms of entertainment, the Nationals require all guests to adhere to the following policy within the ticketed areas:

1. Composition 

Banners and signs must be handheld and must: (a) utilize only cloth, paper or other light flexible materials, and may not be comprised of or supported by wood, metal or other hard materials that could be dangerous in a crowded public setting, (b) not be affixed to or draped over any part of the baseball park structure, whether facing inside or outside of the baseball park, and (c) be no larger than 2 feet by 4 feet.

2. Display 

Banners and signs may be displayed only (a) within the ballpark's seating area, (b) in a stationary manner, (c) in a manner that does not obstruct any person's view of the playing field or interfere with player or umpire sightlines, (d) so as not to obscure baseball park signage, equipment or advertising, (e) so as not to impede the operation of the ballpark, and (f) so as not to interfere with the game or jeopardize the safety of guests. Only one sign or banner may be displayed by each guest.

3. Subject Matter 

a. The Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* is a baseball park and entertainment venue in which guests gather for purposes of enjoyment of sports games or other forms of entertainment and is not a forum or place for use by the public at large for assembly and speech, for use by certain speakers or for the discussion of certain subjects. Therefore, all messages on banners and signs shall relate solely to one or more of the following subjects, without any unrelated collateral content whatsoever: (i) the game and institution of Major League Baseball; (ii) a Major League Baseball team; (iii) the on-field activities and/or performance of a Major League Baseball player, coach or manager; (iv) the acts or omissions of the management and other non-player employees of a Major League Baseball organization, but only to the extent that such acts or omissions may relate to or affect its team's on-field activities and performance; (v) the entity broadcasting a baseball game played at the ballpark and the acts or omissions of the announcers in doing so; and (vi) fans' birthday, engagement, wedding, anniversary, get well, welcome home, congratulations or similar family-friendly greetings.

b. Additionally, banners and signs may not bear a message that (i) is slanderous, (ii) is obscene, vulgar or indecent and inappropriate for viewing by children, (iii) contains "fighting words" likely to provoke a breach of the peace, (iv) is presented for a commercial purpose, or (v) contains derogatory matter relating to race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, age, personal appearance, familial status, familial responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, source of income, status as a victim of an intrafamily offense, place of residence or business or any other category protected by D.C. law.

4. Removal
The Nationals reserve the right to remove any display of a banner or sign that does not conform to these limitations, or require a guest to immediately stop displaying the non-conforming banner or sign.

Commercial Activities

The following commercial activities are expressly prohibited inside the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* and all areas under the Nationals control or its agent(s)' control that require a ticket for entry, unless authorized in writing by the Nationals:

(a) Distribution of leaflets or other printed material;
(b) Distribution of products or performing of services, whether for a consideration or free; and
(c) Taking surveys or otherwise interfering with the free movement of guests.

Expressive Activities

The following restrictions apply with regard to expressive activities and assembly. Subject to applicable law, members of the public who so desire will be permitted to parade with placards and signs, distribute literature or engage strangers who wish to be so engaged, provided that such activities occur outside all ticketed areas of the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* and subject to each of the following conditions:

  • Such expressive activity is not permitted inside areas under the Nationals' or its agents' control that require a ticket for entrance.

  • Expressive activity may not disrupt the free flow of automotive traffic or pedestrian traffic (including access to box offices, all areas that require a ticket for entrance and office and retail areas) or otherwise cause a public safety concern.

  • Commercial activities, including but not limited to vending and the sale of goods or distribution of goods free of charge, are not permitted.

Prohibited Items

The following items are expressly prohibited inside ticketed areas:

  • Metal, plastic or glass containers of any kind (except for clear, factory-sealed or empty plastic water bottles no larger than one liter, juice boxes, insulin containers and baby food). Only one water bottle per person will be permitted.

  • Food items not in adherence to the following policy: All food items must be contained in single serving bags within a soft-sided container or cooler that does not exceed 16"x16"x8".

  • Hard coolers or ice chests

  • Backpacks; provided, however, that on the day of purchase, backpacks purchased inside the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* during the game or event at the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* will be tagged and permitted for that day only

  • Bags that exceed 16"x16"x8"

  • Non-collapsible umbrellas that will not fit in a permitted bag of the maximum allowed size

  • Brooms, poles and staffs of any kind

  • Weapons (including, without limitation, pocket knives), fireworks and other illegal substances

  • Camera lenses in excess of eight inches, tripods, monopods and selfie sticks

  • Animals (except service animals)

  • Beach balls and other inflatable items

  • Laser pens and laser pointers

  • Baseball bats; provided, however, that on the day of purchase, baseball bats purchased inside the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* during the game or event at the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex* will be tagged and permitted for that day only

  • Alcohol not purchased at the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex*

  • Noisemakers not provided by the Nationals

  • Skateboards, hoverboards, and wheeled footwear

  • Drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles

  • Self-defense sprays (including, without limitation, pepper spray and mace)

  • Toy guns or toy knives (including, without limitation, water guns)

  • Any other item deemed dangerous or inappropriate or otherwise violating the Guest Conduct Policy

The Nationals may modify the Prohibited Items list in connection with specific events.

Violators of any District of Columbia laws will be refused admission, asked to leave or ejected from the ticketed areas.

The Nationals and Major League Baseball thank you for adhering to the provisions of this Guest Conduct Policy. The Nationals retain the right to change or modify this policy at any time. Copies of this policy can be obtained online at

* For all purposes of the Guest Conduct Policy, the Nationals Baseball Stadium Complex is defined as the area bounded by N Street SE, Potomac Avenue SE, South Capitol Street SE and First Street SE.

 This will be the first of many games NAMI DC will be hosting this season.