I had thought the day would be cold and windy. Instead, a record crowd of nearly 30,000 fans experienced the FanFest in the best possible way. It was bright and shiny, and hardly a gust of shivering cold was felt. It proved to be a perfect Southern California day, and an fantastic segue to the upcoming Baseball season.
I was unable, unfortunately, to secure any autographs from the sessions sold online. I tried, but all of the sessions I wanted sold out quickly. Thankfully, the Interactive History at the Pop-Up Museum hosted by Maury Wills was open. So I attended that VIP Experience, and plan on writing a separate post of the event. Stay tuned for that. (UPDATE: Here is a link to my post on the museum tour.)
Before I show you all of my pics from FanFest, I thought I would provide links to some other sites that include some great photos, videos and recaps from the afternoon. Check them out below:
- Photos: A bunch of pics taken by Dodger photographers Jon SooHoo and Jill Weisleder at the FanFest (link here).
- AM 570 Sports Radio provides a full recap of all the interviews they put together during the FanFest. Go here to check them all out.
- YouTube Video: Pantone294 shares a vlog at the 2017 Dodgers FanFest. They set up a table at the event for the first time (link here).
- Cat Loves the Dodgers shares her afternoon at the Dodgers FanFest; including the autograph she received and the food she ate (link here).