For those that missed it, or just forgot about it, if you are driving and want
to tailgate they have a great area to do so. The Tiger Lane Tailgate Parking at
the Liberty Bowl offers each parking spot the following:
Reseved Numbered Spot
10x20 Parking Stall
10x10 individual grass tailgating area
Electrical Hookup per spot.
They are $30 bucks a pop with
fees, but so far looks like most of the opened up spots are going to Cyclone
Fans. I know my group has six spots next to each other, and the Rally Shots
will be flowing.
Also, her is another link to the site about the spots,
plus a map, you can blow up the map and see where the spots would be. My group
has spot 203,204,205,206, and 234,235 across the aisle.
So its a tailgate lot, but they basically dont allow tailgating. That seems rather lame
The way I understand it is that the "interior" of Tiger Lane is a large grassed median that is about 155 ft wide. That area cannot have any obstructions on it. Along both sides of the grassed median there is a sidewalk then another 10 ft grassed strip before you reach the edge of the pavement. You get the paved spot and the 10' grassed spot along with the electrical outlet for tailgating. It's really a very unique setup for tailgating. Looking at Tiger Lane in Google Earth helps to visualize it.
Tiger Lane then extends west from the stadium for a good three blocks. It will look great all decked out in Cardinal and Gold. Maybe we all can post pictures of it after everyone gets back from the bowl game.
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