A new social space will debut at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum during the 2018 season, as the Oakland A’s have announced plans for The Treehouse. Located above the left field bleachers, The Treehouse will be open to all fans and will feature two full-service bars, standing-room and lounge seating, numerous televisions and pre- and postgame entertainment.
Construction is currently underway on the 10,000-square foot area that will include three unique spaces: a redwood patio deck with a bar and lounge seating; interior space – which is the north end of the Eastside Club – inspired by an urban treehouse featuring wood and metal elements, a renovated bar, a living wall, televisions, and lounge seating options; and a redwood deck with drink rails and views of the field.
“We are committed to enhancing the fan experience at the Coliseum and delivering dynamic and new ways to enjoy A’s baseball,” said Oakland A’s President Dave Kaval. “The Treehouse will provide fans a place to gather, watch our games, and connect in an environment that is casual, fun, and authentically Oakland.”
A DJ will be featured in The Treehouse during Friday night games. NBC Sports California will host their pre- and postgame shows from The Treehouse on select games as well as their Authentic Fan Friday events. The A’s Radio network will also be broadcasting a live, 30-minute pregame show from the space for all home games. The Treehouse bar will reopen and feature postgame entertainment and music following select games.
The Treehouse will be able to accommodate more than 1,000 fans and a special ticket is not needed to access the area. There are no assigned seats in the area. Standing room, lounge seating and general admission seating are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Renderings courtesy Oakland A’s.