Published: June 28, 2013, 12:00 AM (CT)
Updated: September 03, 2013, 10:18 AM (CT)
by LSUsports.net (@LSUsports), LSU Sports Interactive
- Traffic & Parking Policies
- Tailgating Polices
- Car Parking Information (Season-Reserved, Free, and Game-by-Game)
- Motor Home/RV Parking
- Disabled Patron Parking
- In-Stadium Policies
- NCAA Compliance
LSU provides free parking for buses in Lot 406, located on Skip Bertman Drive (see LSU Football Parking Map). LSU encourages fans to ride buses to Tiger Stadium to reduce the number of vehicles on campus.
Bus Service (Home Games)
LSU provides bus service from the following locations:
- Westmoreland Shopping Center, near the intersection of South Acadian Thruway and Government Street (pickup is four hours before kickoff)
- Farr Park, south of the LSU campus on River Road for fans who park motor homes in that location (pickup is two hours before kickoff)
Shuttle passes are $20 per person per game. A limited number of passes are available for purchase on LSUtix.net beginning in early August. Buses will pick up postgame on North Stadium Drive. Several local establishments also traditionally provide bus service to LSU football games. Fans in the Baton Rouge area may consult their local media for locations to catch shuttle buses to Tiger Stadium on game day or watch LSUsports.net for updates.
Members of the LSU Event Staff and LSU Geaux Team are located at the gates, portals, and throughout Tiger Stadium and are available to answer any customer service questions and help resolve customer issues. The mission of the LSU Event Staff and LSU Geaux Team is to enthusiastically provide guests who patronize Tiger Stadium with a friendly, service-focused approach that will maximize your safety and enjoyment of the game.
A live band performs each Saturday in front of the Pete Maravich Assembly Center at Tiger One Village. The band at Zatarain's Tiger One Village will begin playing approximately five hours before kickoff.
First Aid & Medical
For the safety of fans in Tiger Stadium, first-aid stations are located throughout the stadium. If you need assistance or you are with someone who does, contact the nearest aid station, law enforcement officer or event staff team member. Each station has trained personnel to provide assistance, and if necessary, advanced emergency medical support is also available at the stadium trauma center. If necessary, fans should call 911 for any emergency situations in-stadium medical assistance.
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Programs are available for sale in and around Tiger Stadium beginning about four hours before game time. Game programs provide information on LSU and its opponent, as well as interesting feature stories on the LSU Athletics program. If you are interested in advertising in LSU's Gameday programs in any sport, contact LSU Sports Properties at (225) 578-7049.
Internet: LSUsports.net | Geaux Zone
The radio broadcast of LSU football games can be heard around the world at www.LSUsports.net/live in the Geaux Zone (Join Now). Tiger fans can hear veteran play-by-play man Jim Hawthorne and former All-American Doug Moreau describe all the action on a subscription basis. Click here for more information and pricing.
Lost and Found
Items found during the game and during Sunday clean-up will be turned over to LSU Police on Monday morning following games, located in the Public Safety Building on South Stadium Drive. Call (225) 578-3231 to ask if your item has been turned in.
Lost or Stolen Tickets
For information on lost or stolen tickets, contact the LSU Athletic Ticket Office at (225) 578-2184.
Lost or Missing Persons
Please contact the LSU Event Staff or Law Enforcement – they will stay with you until the missing person is found. Pick up a Mike’s Tiger Tag Wristband at the Ticket Office or check with ticket takers upon entry to the stadium. In an effort to help identify individuals, please use a Mike’s Tiger Tag wristband – write your contact information and adhere the wristband to your child/relative/friend. If you become separated, contact the nearest stadium personnel for assistance.
The LSU SportShop next to Mike the Tiger's habitat is open daily and on game days. See the LSU Football Parking Map for other LSU SportShop locations. Fans can also order merchandise at www.LSUshop.net, the official online store of LSU Athletics.
LSU has placed numerous collection containers throughout the LSU campus for recycling of glass, plastic and aluminum items. Please help LSU’s recycling program by utilizing these containers. For more information, contact the Facility Services Help Desk at (225) 578-3186.
For the safety and security of all fans and stadium personnel, security cameras are utilized in Tiger Stadium. These cameras will be used by our security team as another tool to help make your stadium experience safe and enjoyable.
Text Messaging Service
LSU TEXT is a service provided by the LSU athletic department in an effort to assist fans with issues in the following areas: guest services, security, stadium, facilities within the stadium, and unruly fans. For those fans wishing to use the LSU TEXT system, simply text "LSU" , your issue and location to 69050. A member of LSU's game management team will respond to your text. Regular text messaging rates will apply.
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The LSU Athletic Ticket Office is located on the first floor of the Athletic Administration Building on the corner of Nicholson Drive and North Stadium Drive, in the west parking lot (Lot 101) of Tiger Stadium. The office is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The ticket office will open on the days of home football games at noon for games that kickoff at 6 p.m. or later, and at 8 a.m. for games that kickoff prior to 6 p.m.
The three purposes of the LSU Trademark Licensing is to protect the University’s indicia (marks, names, and logos), promote the University, and to generate funds which are used for general University endeavors including scholarships and various needs. Individuals, groups or organizations, both on and off campus, seeking to use LSU indicia must have prior written approval from the University. For more information about the licensing process, contact the LSU Trademark Licensing office at 225-578-3386 or http://www.lsu.com/.
The University conveniently places receptacles for the disposal of trash and other items throughout the LSU campus. You can help keep your campus clean by disposing of your trash. For more information, contact the Facility Services Help Desk at (225) 578-3186.
Will-Call for Tickets
The will-call window for tickets is located in the LSU Ticket Office in the LSU Athletic Administration Building. Only the person whose name is on the ticket order may pick up the tickets. A photo ID is required for all will-call orders.