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Students can present this flyer at Gate 5 for admittance. Kids Club members will also receive complimentary admission, and parents of Sooner Jr. A list of ancillary activities taking place on April 14, as well as additional game day information, is below: Shopping in the OU equipment room space will be timed this year. The first group of fans will have 10 minutes to shop.
At the end of the 10 minutes those fans will be moved to the check-out zone and a new group of fans will be allowed into the space. This process will continue until the end of the sale or until the amount of product remaining no longer warrants the time limit.
Fans are allowed to get back in line and shop as many times as they'd like, but shopping bags will not be allowed to re-enter. Fans will be able to pay with cash or credit card.
Food trucks scheduled to be on hand include: The game can be heard on Check local listings for an affiliate in your area.
OU's "Sooner Gameday" show will air at Click here to sign up for more informationor call or Click here for more informationor call Stoops, who guided OU to bowl games in each of his 18 seasons as head coach, is the program's all-time wins leader with a The ceremony will be free and open to the public.
Access on the walkway through the south seating bowl between Sections 42 and 46 is restricted by ticket location. Fans are advised to use the outer open-air concourse to move from the west side of the stadium to the east and vice-versa.
Parking Facility is now restricted to Santee Lounge ticket holders only. Please utilize Asp Ave. Traffic Routes Back to Top Due to road construction in Norman, the Norman Police Department has provided recommended traffic routes to use as a guideline on game day.
We also recommend using a traffic app such as Waze to help in navigating to and from campus. Street Closures These streets near the stadium are closed beginning four hours prior to kickoff: Only those patrons with parking credentials for the Asp Avenue Parking Facility will be able to access Lindsey.
They must approach from the west. No traffic except emergency vehicles and authorized support vehicles will be allowed west of Monnett on Brooks or south of the entrance of parking lot A on Jenkins Field House Lot.
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This area will remain clear to help ease postgame traffic congestion. Any vehicles parked in this location on game day will be towed. Fans are encouraged to arrive early. Free parking is available at the Lloyd Noble Center, located approximately one mile south of the stadium. There is a shuttle that unloads one block south of the stadium on First Street.
The shuttle provides return trips for one hour after the conclusion of the game. For pay parking lot locations, please refer to the football parking map. Spaces are allocated on first-come, first-served basis. The City of Norman will be enforcing parking restrictions on all streets on game days. Please take the time to read the signs before parking on a city street.
Reserved Parking Certain lots will be reserved on game days. Please refer to the football parking map for locations of those lots. Disability Parking Reserved physical disability parking is available for a fee and is located in the Asp Avenue Parking Facility connected to the west side of the stadium. For more information on physical disability parking, please call the parking office at Free game day parking is available at the Lloyd Noble Center located approximately one mile south of the stadium.
Disability Shuttle The disability shuttle originates at the Lloyd Noble Center and unloads on Asp Avenue, immediately west of the stadium by Gates 1 through 4. Because of the high demand for the shuttle service, the service is restricted to those patrons who have a disability and one 1 caretaker for riders needing additional assistance. For more information about physical disability parking services, please call the CART Office at After parking, there is a shuttle service available.
Spaces are available for reservation or on a first-come, first-served basis on game day.
For prices and registration information, please call There is no charge for bus parking and space cannot be reserved. For more information, please call the parking office at The shuttle runs continually, starting three hours prior to game time until one hour after the game.
For the homecoming game, the shuttle starts four hours prior to kickoff. Tailgating Policies Tailgating on football game days is a wonderful and longstanding tradition at The University of Oklahoma.
The University's tailgating policy is designed to ensure: The comfort and enjoyment of game day patrons; The safety, security, and well-being of all people associated with game day activities, and The safeguarding and preservation of all public property under the management of the University. The setting up of tents, awnings, and similar equipment may commence at 12 noon on the day immediately preceding the game, most typically on Friday for a Saturday game.
Space may be occupied between 8: Space may NOT be occupied or reserved before 8: All items must be taken down and removed by 12 noon on the day immediately following the game, typically Sunday. Abandoned tents may be at risk of damage or theft.
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Any such items that are set up outside of this timeframe or that collapse or are blown off their sites will be removed by the University. The University Administration and Finance Office,may be contacted for information about how items may be recovered.
Items not claimed within a reasonable time may be disposed of by the University at its discretion. Tents, awnings, and similar equipment must be securely anchored.
Stakes may not be longer than 12 inches to avoid interfering with underground utilities.
Tents must be set up no closer than 3 feet from either side of pedestrian walkways. Tents must be set up no closer than 10 feet from any University building. Tents larger than square feet require a permit, contact Fire ou.
Tents, awnings, similar items, and tailgating activities of any kind are not allowed at several locations including, but not limited to, the North and South Ovals, Jacobson Hall and Carpenter Hall lawns, Heisman Park, Burr Park, Headington Park, Oliver Walk, Brooks Mall and areas adjacent to Brooks Mall including lawn north of the stadium and lawn south of Wagner Hall, the NE corner of Lindsey and Jenkins Streets, Residential Colleges lawn, and all student residential areas, Student groups permitted by the Office of Student Life will be allowed near residential areas.
See Map Tailgating activity that takes up vacant parking spaces or otherwise interferes with vehicle movement within a parking lot is prohibited. In order to protect parking lot surfaces, tents, awnings, and similar items that require ground stakes are prohibited.
The University will provide and locate portable toilets at convenient locations around the grounds. Individuals, groups or businesses are prohibited from moving the portable toilets or bringing or arranging the delivery of their own toilets.
Generators may be used so long as they do not damage University property; if a generator is placed on a grassy area it must rest on a board or other hard material to protect the grass and soil beneath. Food and beverages shall be for personal consumption only. Open flames are prohibited; gas and charcoal grills with covers are permitted. Gas and charcoal grills are prohibited in ALL University parking garages.
Grills cannot be left unattended. It is the responsibility of the individual to provide a fireproof container for the disposal of coals and remove said container from university premises. Corporate or commercially sponsored tailgates are prohibited except in designated locations. Those who wish to organize and provide such sites should contact Sooner Sports Properties at Companies are prohibited from issuing free or sample products without being properly licensed by the University.
Small non-University vehicles such as golf carts, all-terrain vehicles, and the like are prohibited on campus, and are subject to impound. Bicycles must be parked at bike racks. Trailers and vehicles are prohibited from parking on the grass.
Permit Lots - permits ARE required.