ale-Stadium-Parking1-1024×662.jpg” alt=”" width=”595″ height=”384″ />NASHVILLE (TSU News Service) – For the first time in 15 years, football will return to Hale Stadium on the campus of Tennessee State University Saturday, September 15.
Parking will be available to attendees at a cost of $10 in designated lots around Hale Stadium and throughout the campus. Most campus parking areas (except lots designated for reserved game-day parking or for regular campus permit holders) are made available on game days.
The general public should follow the directional signs and personnel directing them to pay lots, including handicapped lots, and reserved and season ticket parking pass lots.
Media outlets will be given special passes to park in the Wilson Hall lot located behind the Press Box of Hale Stadium.
The Tailgating parking lot will be located on Walter S. Davis Blvd near the entry to the Gentry Athletic Complex. Tailgating passes are available at the Ticket Office located inside the Gentry Center on the first floor. Call 615.963.5841 for more information.
Students living in on-campus residence halls may park in those residence hall lots if valid decals are displayed. However, students who leave those lots between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. will only be allowed re-entry into the Hale Hall lot and the apartment lots off of Heiman Street, if spaces are available.
Employees working the game will be given ID passes that will allow them to park on Walter S. Davis Boulevard and to enter the stadium.
Employees not working the game should follow the signage and personnel directing them to pay lots. The fee is $10.00. Employee parking decals are not valid on game day.
Employees with handicapped placards may park in the John Merritt Boulevard lot or the Gentry Center lot for $10. Transportation from these parking lots to the stadium is available upon request.
Employees who have purchased season ticket parking passes should park in the lots to which they have been assigned.
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