What You Need to Know: Game Day vs. Colorado State
We’re back at home Saturday afternoon! As you prepare to head to Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium this weekend, here’s EVERYTHING you need to know.
HogTown Street Festival: A New Pregame Destination
Starts at 11 a.m
Located on Maple Street between Razorback Road and Stadium Drive, this all-new pregame destination for fans of all ages will open four hours prior to each game and conclude 30 minutes prior to kickoff. There’s something for everyone:
- Enjoy live music by the Mixtapes on the iHeartRadio main stage
- Videoboard featuring college football games from around the country
- Beer garden & food trucks (Happy Hour Specials include $5 Drafts & $5 Spiked Seltzers) plus a variety of food trucks
- Kids activities including inflatables, balloon artists and face painting
- Interact with the greatest live mascot in college sports, Tusk V, and enjoy a pep rally featuring the Razorback Spirit Squads, Mascots and Marching Band
- Autograph session with the National Championship-winning Razorback women’s track & field student-athletes
Note: To accommodate the setup and operation of HogTown, Maple Street, from the intersection of Stadium Drive to Razorback Road, will close to public traffic from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m on Friday before each home game. For more details, click here.
Earn $5 OFF Your Next Ride with Lyft Program
Fans may take advantage of a new rideshare program with discounted rates. Sponsors Anheuser Busch and Lyft encourage safe driving by providing a $5 Lyft ride discount to and from each Razorback Football game. The designated Rideshare Drop/Pickup zone is located at the Student Union just east of the stadium. To claim the discount on Saturday, use the promo code HOGSRIDEHOME2 in the Lyft app.
Public Parking Options
There is free, public parking available for fans at Baum-Walker Stadium. Shuttle service is provided from Baum-Walker to DWRRS. Additional public parking options include the Spring Street Parking Garage just off Dickson Street where fans can park for free and utilize a $5 shuttle service to and from the stadium.
Pregame Traffic Patterns & Flow (Click here to view enlarged map)
Goes into effect at 11 a.m.
To ensure you’re on the fastest and most efficient route possible to your parking lot, please take a moment to view the traffic flow patterns and find the color that coordinates with the color of your parking lot.
PREGAME TRAFFIC FLOW
POSTGAME TRAFFIC FLOW
Expanded Hog Walk
Begins at 12:30 p.m.
Coach Chad Morris and the team will begin its walk two hours and 15 minutes prior to kickoff north of Victory Village and the Tyson Poultry Science Center and proceed through the tailgating area to the new HogTown Street Festival. Once to HogTown, the Razorback Band, spirit squads and Tusk V will help lead the team across Maple Street and through the parking lot to Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
The Bulldog Flight is a Formation Team flying Experimental RV aircraft. Founded in 2010, the Bulldog Flight is Arkansas’s largest civilian formation team. The crew is composed of 12 members flying Van’s RV aircraft, www.vansaircraft.com. The groups home base is Pine Bluff Arkansas.
Heads Up: John George Out Saturday
Long-time public address announcer John George will not be in the booth for Saturday’s game as he is attending to a family matter. The voice of Razorback baseball, gymnastics and women’s basketball Jon Williams will be stepping in in his place for this game only. No reason to be alarmed, John George will be back in action next week vs. San Jose State!
Free Entry to Razorback Soccer on Sunday
Fans can bring their football game ticket stub to the soccer game on Sunday at noon and redeem it for a FREE ticket at the box office. The Razorbacks take on North Carolina in a huge game at Razorback Field at 12 p.m. Pregame block party will begin at 10:30 a.m.
New Wi-Fi = Better Connectivity
A new stadium-wide Wi-Fi system has been installed in the stadium and fans will have access to more entertainment and engaging activities during the game. To log on the Wi-Fi network, simply select the network called #RazorbackWiFi in your Wi-Fi settings. After a quick onboarding process you’ll be good to go.
Text Us Your Stadium Issue
Have an issue in your section or a disorderly fan nearby? For in-game security or Guest Service concerns, fans may text keyword “HOGS” their message and their location to 69050 (e.g. HOGS seat broken section xxx/row x, seat xx). Standard text message rates apply.
New Offerings at Hog Heaven
Opens at 10 a.m. (DWRRS store)
Opens at 9 a.m. (BWA store)
Hog Heaven, the Official Team Store of the Arkansas Razorbacks, has you covered! Each of our locations offer different selections and you can find us in the North and South End Zones, and at various kiosks and club locations throughout the stadium. We are also open beginning at 9 a.m. at Bud Walton Arena and at our HogTown location before kickoff. Are you looking to showcase your individual style? Check out the Hog Patch in the North End Zone store. Select from several fashion forward items including long and short sleeve tees, headwear and denim jackets. Then, make it your own by adding patches and altering it right in our store! Need more?
Join us for Happy Hour, from 1-2 p.m. for buy one get one 50% OFF select t-shirts in both the North and South store locations
How to Transfer Your Tickets
If you can’t make it to Saturday’s game (or any game) remember that you do have the option to transfer your tickets to a friend or family member to use. You can log in to your account and transfer them to someone that can go!. Here is a step-by-step process on how to transfer your tickets. | How to Transfer Tickets
Consistent with SEC guidelines, alcoholic beverages will be sold and dispensed only at designated stationary locations and not by vendors in seating areas. Identification checks will be required of every person at the point of each sale and alcohol will be dispensed in cups. A limit of two servings per person will be allowed in each transaction. Sales of alcohol will be halted at the end of the third quarter of the game.
Clear Bag Policy
Guests may bring otherwise approved items into Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium using bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” or one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar). Individuals may also carry a small clutch purses, no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, with or without a handle or strap. All clear bags and clutch purses will be screened prior to entry into the venue. All bags and purses not meeting the above requirements will not be permitted. Although permitted, childcare items, including diapers, must also be carried in an approved clear bag. Individuals carrying required medical supplies or devices into the venue are not subject to the clear bag policy. However, a through screening of the bag and the medical items will be conducted prior to entry. The person requiring these supplies or devices must accompany the bag at all times. Medical exception bags will be tagged once cleared through security.
Bike Valet Program
Starting this season, a “Gameday Bike Valet” program will make it easier for fans who want to skip the car and bike to Razorbacks football games. The program will offer a secure location for riders to leave their bikes within a convenient walking distance to the stadium. The bike valet will accept both VeoRide and personal bikes at its location on the east side of the Arkansas Union. The bike valet is sponsored by VeoRide Bikeshare and the University of Arkansans Office for Sustainability.
New Family-Friendly Amenities
To better accommodate young families attending Razorback Football games, multiple additions have been made at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Two new nursing stations have been created to allow mothers a private place to nurse during gameday in both the northeast and southeast corners of the stadium. Baby changing stations are now available in all restrooms of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. In addition, stroller corrals have been created near Gate 1 and between Gates 15 and 16 on the exterior of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Strollers ARE NOT allowed inside the stadium. However, the stroller corrals provide places for families to leave strollers during the game to make traveling to and from the game more convenient. Fans should note that if they plan on riding gameday shuttles, only single strollers that can be folded and stowed will be permitted on the shuttles. Double strollers or strollers that do not fold will not be permitted on gameday shuttles.
ADA/disability parking is available in Lot 56 and Baum East with a state-issued hang tag. Patrons with a disability may ride the shuttle which originates at Lot 56 (Gold Shuttle) and Baum East (Silver Shuttle).
Tailgating On Campus Policy (FULL PDF POLICY)
Tailgating is permitted on a first-come, first-served basis in available green space surrounding your assigned parking lot. Saving space(s) in any lot is not permitted. Setting up tents, awnings, and similar equipment may commence in available green space at 5 p.m. on Friday in all priority parking lots. Tailgate trailers are only permitted in the reserved/numbered parking spaces or designated green space in Lot 44 Grass, The Gardens, Lot 56B and Lot 56 (with advanced reservation/notification from the Razorback Foundation).