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How can I park and tailgate for football games?

2014 Football

Home Game Parking

During home football games, a specific permit is required to park in lots 1, 3, 36, 39, 50, 52, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 65, 91, 94, 96, and the Mississippi Street Garage. Permits for games are issued by the Williams Fund. Toll parking for those attending the game without Williams Fund permit may be available on a first come/first served basis in lots 34, 54, 61/62 and 72 for $20 per space.

Accessible Game Parking

Handicap accessible spaces are available in two parking lots adjacent to the stadium, in lots 59 (14 spaces), and 94 (26 spaces); and also near the game shuttle in lots 33 (4 spaces), 54 (3 spaces), 72 (13 spaces) and 90 (4 spaces). Toll costs $20 per vehicle, and these spaces are sold on a first come, first serve basis.

Game Shuttles

There is a free game shuttle that beings two hours before kick-off and ends one hour after the game finishes. It has pickup locations outside Allen Fieldhouse garage and along Sunnyside Ave by the Computer Center. There is also a game shuttle that runs from downtown (Lawrence Arts Center and 6th & New Hampshire) to the stadium and back, during the same hours of operation (2 hours before the game to one hour after). The downtown shuttle costs $1 per person to ride, but parking in downtown garages is free.

To find more information about the shuttles, visit this website.

Here is a map of all the parking lots and tailgaiting areas:

Tailgating is also permitted in the grass areas around the stadium.

2. For information about tailgating policies, please visit: http://kutickets.com/


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