By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Following Friday night’s home game against the Texas Rangers, the Dodgers will hold their first postgame fireworks show of the season.

FILE — Fireworks explode over Dodger Stadium following  a game against the New York Yankees on Aug. 23, 2019. (Scott Varley/Torrance Daily Breeze/Getty Images)

Immediately after the game, all vaccinated fans will be allowed down to the field to view the fireworks show, which will be set to a mix from DJ Bowie Jane.

READ MORE: LA County Increases Water Usage As State Drought Conditions Worsen

The Dodgers are also holding their eighth annual LGBTQ+ Pride Night Friday.

READ MORE: Nearing Historic Strike Vote, Thousands Of Hollywood Workers Could Walk Off Sets Nationwide

The Dodgers are kicking off a three-game homestand against the Rangers Friday, following immediately by another three-game series with the Philadelphia Phillies.

And, beginning with Tuesday’s tilt with the Phillies, Dodger Stadium will return to full capacity, when California gets rid of its tier system and lifts many of its coronavirus restrictions.

MORE NEWS: LAPD Says Armed Robberies Have Become An Alarming Trend

The first 25,000 fans Tuesday will receive a Justin Turner bobblehead. Tuesday’s game will include a national anthem performance by country star Brad Paisley.