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For Immediate Release - June 11, 2021

LSU’S TIGER STADIUM OPEN FOR PUBLIC TOURS


BATON ROUGE – Fans now have an opportunity to tour Tiger Stadium and see some of the iconic areas within Death Valley as the LSU Athletic Department is offering public tours to the best stadium in college football this summer.

Tours will be held Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day with the exception of Wednesday when the morning tour will start at 9 a.m. Summer tours begin next Monday, June 14 and run through the month of August. Fall and spring tour days and times will be announced later.

Fans can book their tours now at www.LSUsports.net/tours.

Some of the highlights of the Tiger Stadium tour include being able to walk through the Jeff Boss Locker Room, the same facility the Tigers use on game day. In addition, fans will be able to walk through the chute and touch the “WIN” bar.

Other stops along the 45-minute tour include the Bill Lawton Room, where many of LSU’s championship trophies and other memorabilia is housed; the Ready Room, and the North Stadium Plaques display where LSU’s national award winners are recognized outside of Tiger Stadium.

Fans are encouraged to take photos and to share their Tiger Stadium tour experience by tagging @LSUfootball in their social posts.

Public tours are capped at 25 people with pricing set at $10 for adults and $5 for children under the age of 13. Group tours of more than 25 people can also be accommodated by contacting the LSU Athletic Ticket Office at 225.578.2184.

Parking for tour goers is located in the metered spaces located on West Stadium Drive just outside the Lawton Room. Metered spaces are also available in Lot 401, which is located off of South Stadium Drive.

Tours will begin at the Lawton Room- located on the northwest corner of Tiger Stadium and fans are asked to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to tour time. Tickets for tours much be purchased at least 24 hours in advance.

For more information visit www.LSUsports.net/tours.

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20 Comments
Not sure why this hasn't happened sooner. Plenty of major universities have their bleachers open to the public.
Reply2 months
In the mid 2000s, during the summers the gates were almost always open and you could just go on the field.
2 months
Did that many times when the gates were open!
2 months
Before the west side renovation one of the gates in the southwest corner was always left unlocked. My friends and I would go in at night with a glow in the dark football and reenact Mauck to Green over and over.
2 months
How bout the old dorms? I wanna see the dorms
Reply2 months
The asbestos might be a safety concern.
2 months
Can't due to the asbestos...that is what they told me in 2018
2 months
I lived in one; you're not missing much.
2 months
Just booked one. Never check Twitter, so thanks for this.
Reply2 months
"with pricing set at $10 for adults and $5 for children under the age of 13" What's the price for children over the age of 13?
Reply2 months
It used to be free
2 months
The most intriguing part of tiger stadium isnt part of the tour… the dorms.
Reply2 months
Which was not part of my tour due to the asbestos.
2 months
Damn! I took my wife and 2 sons on a tour of Tiger Stadium in April of 2018 and it was free. One of my bucket list items was checked off...it was awesome!
Reply2 months
Guys it’s 10$ Jesus
Reply2 months
What's the charge to light it up in the high school colors of the dead resisting felon of my choice? How about to put up supportive messages of Marxist organizations on the video boards?
Reply2 months
Edgy AF. You go girl
2 months
Free BLM tattoo to the first 50 with paid admission
Reply2 months
Plant your BLM flag on the eye...... LSU will do nothing. When teams stomped the eye LSU responded. Those days are over.
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