Mike Lantry, 1972
ND Night Game Tailgating Situation
I've talked with several of you this past weekend in the Blue Lot
Dissociative Identity Disorder. Look into it, mate.
By which I don't mean Dave Brandon.
After the game you are better off walking to your car than waiting for the shuttle. The lines are hideous. Prior to the game the shuttle is great, just remember where you parked.
Apps can be helpful for this -
Is there a chance it's in South Bend?
FSU is playing Clemson this weekend, so I doubt it.
That looks like the only game that can top this one.
Plus, ESPN always likes to pimp its own games versus NBC's.
Are there other options besides this lot or is this about it? Hopefully some people who went to ND can help us out here (hint hint BiSB).
right now it is projected to be overcast with light showers so plan accordingly
The lots opened at the usual 7:30 AM for the USC night game last year. I'd expect the same for this weekend's game.
Happy tailgatining, y'all!
We went in 2006 and 2010 and both times got there early and parked at somebody's house off Edison/Angela. In 2006 we were able to park in the front of the house ($75) and lucked out as the familes of Jake Long, Garret Rivas and Chad Henne all tailgated right next to us. In 2010 we had to park in the back yard but it rained like crazy all morning/afternoon and didnt really clear up until right before gametime.
I can tell you that in my experience South Bend is a great place to go to a game with respectful, knowledgable fans who will tease but don't get abusive (in other words nothing like Columbus whatsoever). If you havent been there yet and have a chance to go I'd recommend it strongly.
That's good to know because the people from ND who went to the Frozen Four against Michigan in Denver were some of the biggest douchebags outside of EL or Cbus that you'll ever meet.
Wish I was going.
ND site says White Field parking is $25 per car, not $40
Don't take the shuttle - 1.2 miles is not long and the campus is beautiful.
Anyone have 4? Trying to bypass using stub hub. What is the outlook on ticket prices if i have to scalp at the stadium?
I have 4 tickets in section 110 row 26. I am under the impression that these are the last row in the entire stadium. I know they are on the 50, but the wife is complaining about sitting so far away. Where is the Michigan section going to be for the game? Anyone interested in swapping?
I was told by the Michigan ticket office that we were given tickets in sections 116-119.
I still need two tickets if anyone has extra let me know. Thanks
I have 3 in the Michigan section. Should we talk?
I'm looking for 3 anywhere in the stadium. I don't care at all where they may be just need 3.
Are they available from anyone here? If so, contact me please. Thanks
I'm going to be a wedding on Saturday night..
Yeah... I know.
Can anyone give me any tips on how to get a live feed on my cell phone while at the reception? I'm hoping a TV will exist somewhere in the hall... but I need to take all precautionary measures.
Looking forward to the replays of the last 3 UM/ND games this week. I never get tired of watching Denard's run at ND 2 years ago. Let's knock them back to irrelevancy!!
Will be tailgating with a large group of Domers in the Stadium lot and will be right in between the Joyce Center and the Stadium - White Mike Hart jersey and will be there all day, come say hi and share a pop or two.
Just picked up my tickets- Right above the ND student section so that should lead to some fun. Looks like I will be pulling into the White Lot at 7:30am Go Blue!!
What section are you in? I will be there as well.
It's difficult to get a signal on your mobile device in the stadium. There's no logical reason for this, as far as I can tell.
Looks like it may be damp and chilly Saturday
Just got off the phone with the ticket office and they confirmed the white lot will open at 8am tomorrow even with the 7:30pm kick off