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Here’s how to get tickets for ‘Barbie’ movie night at San Francisco’s Oracle Park

A screening of this year's hit movie "Barbie" is set for Oracle Park this upcoming Halloween weekend, with tickets going on sale Monday.
A screening of this year’s hit movie 'Barbie' is set for Oracle Park this upcoming Halloween weekend, with tickets going on sale Monday. | Source: Courtesy of Major League Baseball/Giants Enterprises

Got your pink, plaid A-line Barbie dress or your flared hot pink cowgirl jumpsuit all ready to go for Halloween? Here's your chance to take those Barbie costumes out for a practice spin at a one-of-a-kind screening of the movie on San Francisco's biggest screen.

Tickets go on sale today for the Oct. 27 screening of Greta Gerwig's hit movie at Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.

Ticket-buyers are encouraged to dress as versions of Barbie, Ken or other characters, and prizes will be awarded to the most elaborate costumes. Guests can take part in "Barbie-inspired" photo opportunities and sample themed food and beverages before settling in to watch the movie on the ballpark's 4K center-field scoreboard, which boasts that it is 45% bigger than any of the city's movie theater screens.

General admission tickets for field or lower-box seating are $24, plus taxes and fees. Sales begin at 10 a.m. Monday at Doors will open at 6 p.m. Oct. 27, with the movie starting at 7:15 p.m. sharp.

The stadium is no stranger to movie-themed gatherings, having hosted a 5,000-person sing-along to Bohemian Rhapsody as its first non-game day public movie night in July 2019. The park also hosted 2021 screenings of In the Heights, the movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning musical and the Jonathan Butterell-directed Everybody’s Talking About Jamie as part of that year's Frameline45 Film Festival.

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So far, Barbie has earned $1.43 billion, making it Warner Brothers' highest-grossing film in its 100-year history, as well as 2023's largest worldwide film release and the top-grossing film by a female filmmaker at domestic box offices.

Starring Margot Robbie in the title role and Ryan Gosling as Ken, the film also features actors America Ferrera, Kate McKinnon, Michael Cera, Ariana Greenblatt, Issa Rae, Rhea Perlman and Will Ferrell. It will be available in 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD, in addition to other digital formats, starting Tuesday.

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"We are very excited to host Barbie Movie Night on our state-of-the-art scoreboard here at Oracle Park,” Giants Enterprises president Stephen Revetria said in a statement. “The film truly resonates with the Bay Area community and we are thrilled to provide a setting for all to celebrate Barbie.”

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Giants Enterprises will donate a portion of every ticket sale to the Barbie Dream Gap Project, which takes on gender stereotypes and biases that limit girls' full potential.