Officials say football fans heading to Independence Stadium to see the Arizona Wildcats take on the Boston College Eagles in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl on Tuesday afternoon need to remember some game day rules.
Here is a list of items not allowed inside Independence Stadium:
Outside food or drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)
Video Cameras *You may still take photos from your seat.
Oversize Bags (Bags must fit in 12″×12″ box)
Temporary banners and signs
Smoking is not permitted
Security will be at the gates to make sure no one has any of these items.
For fans who purchased a ticket online, will call is located in the northeast ticket booth, near Gate #4. Picture I.D. is required.
Also, there are a limited number of parking spaces next to Independence Stadium available for $25 each through the bowl office by calling 1-888-414-BOWL or by going to their website. Cash-only parking lots are available for around the State Fair Grounds and will be open on game day. Parking in these lots is $15. There will be a limited number of available spaces. Fans can pre-purchase passes for the general parking lots for $10 by calling the Bowl Office or ordering online.
Handicap parking is $10 and is located on the north side of Independence Stadium in a designated lot, as well as on the north side of Hirsch Coliseum.
A parking lot located northeast of Independence Stadium, the White Lot, has been reserved for tailgate parties. The price is $25 per parking space. To make reservations for tailgating space contact the State Fair Office at 318-635-1361. Grass tailgate areas can be purchased through the State Fair Office and the price depends on the amount of space. Charter buses and limousine passes are $50 each and can also be purchased through the State Fair Office.
Kickoff is at 11:30 a.m.
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