Updated July 2023
ATMs are available at various locations on the LSU campus outside Tiger Stadium, including the LSU SportShop near Mike’s Habitat. ATMs accept all major credit cards. Please note, all concession stands in and around Tiger Stadium are cashless and accept all major credit cards.
Most of the restrooms in Tiger Stadium are equipped with diaper changing tables. Guests may also visit the First Aid Stations which each air conditioned, private restrooms. Please review our Geaux Safe bag policy on how to bring your items into the stadium.
LSU provides free parking for buses in Lot 406, located on Skip Bertman Drive (see LSU Football Parking Map).
Bus Parking (Drop Off & Pick-up Locations)
Charter buses will park in Lot 406 on Skip Bertman Drive, just west of the Charles McClendon Practice Fields. Bus parking is free in Lot 406. Motor homes are not allowed in Lot 406. (see LSU Football Parking Map)
Bus Service (Home Games)
Several local establishments traditionally provide bus service to LSU football games. Fans in the Baton Rouge area may consult their local media for locations to catch shuttle buses to Tiger Stadium on game day or visit LSUsports.net/gameday for updates.
Captioning of LSU Football public address announcements is available on the southeast ribbon digital board inside Tiger Stadium.
A live band performs each gameday in front of the Pete Maravich Assembly Center (PMAC) at Tiger One Village. The band at Tiger One Village will begin playing approximately four and a half hours before kickoff.
Express Lanes (No Bags)
Guests that do not bring bags to the stadium will be able to utilize “Express Lanes” which allow for quicker access through the ticket entry process. Express lanes are located at various entrances around the stadium, including: Gates 3, 4, 8, 11/12, 23 and 26.
Weapons are not permitted in the arena/stadium. Possession of a firearm or weapon is strictly forbidden. Possession of a weapon will result in immediate confiscation, ejection and/or possible arrest. Law Enforcement officers that do not have jurisdiction in East Baton Rouge Parish will not be permitted to carry weapons inside the facility. LSUPD can assist in securing weapons at the public safety building.
Programs are available for free outside of Tiger Stadium beginning three hours prior to kickoff and will be available inside of Tiger Stadium at guest services kiosks. Programs are available for free at all times at all LSU SportShop locations on LSU’s campus and inside of Tiger Stadium. Fans interested in advertising in LSU’s game programs in any sport should contact LSU Sports Properties at (225) 578-8883.
Members of the LSU Event Staff, Allied Universal Event Services, and the LSU Victory Team are available and eager to assist fans. Team members will be available at the entrance gates, stadium portals, guest service kiosks and other areas in-and-around Tiger Stadium. Fans with questions, concerns, or issues are encouraged to visit the LSU Guest Service kiosks, located inside and outside Tiger Stadium. The kiosks are staffed with event personnel and provide fan amenities such as phone charging stations, stadium and parking maps, sunscreen, hand sanitizer, and much more. Fans in need of assistance may contact LSU Guest Services before, during and after home football games, please call (225) 578-4085 or fans may also text “LSU” along with your issue and location to 69050 on gamedays. If you see something, say something. LSU Athletics is pleased to offer a Guest Service call line available Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Guest Services representatives are available and eager to answer all questions regarding the LSU Football gameday experience. Additionally, LSU Athletics offers an in-stadium texting service for fans for security/customer attention issues. This system is available on Football gamedays only.
Internet & Mobile apps: LSUsports.net
The Official Website of LSU Athletics is LSUsports.net. Fans can purchase tickets, get official news and information about all 21 varsity athletics teams, and celebrate the history and traditions of the athletics department. Listen to radio broadcasts at LSUsports.net/live and follow live scoring at LSUstats.com. Fans are encouraged to download official apps at LSUsports.net/apps, and follow social media accounts at LSUsports.net/connect.
Lactation Room (Tailgate) – 305 Coates Hall
This room is available for those looking for a place to nurse or pump outside of Tiger Stadium on gamedays. The room is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and locks from the inside out (a key is not necessary). The room is fully stocked with cleaning supplies.
Lactation Room (In-Stadium) – First Aid Stations
First aid stations located in Tiger Stadium can be used for nursing mothers, if the space is not currently being used for medical emergencies. The spaces have a privacy curtain and are located on the map with a red cross.
Lactation Room (In-Stadium) – LSU SportShop
A private room room is located inside the LSU SportShop in the West Plaza between the seating bowl and elevators inside Gates 4-6.
Live GameDay Support
LSU Athletics is pleased to offer a Guest Service call line available Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Guest Services representatives are available and eager to answer all questions regarding the LSU Football gameday experience. Additionally, LSU Athletics offers an in-stadium texting service for fans for security/customer attention issues. This system is available on Football gamedays only.
Twitter Updates: @LSUgameops
Text Message: Text “LSU”, your issue and location to 69050 (on home Football gamedays only)
Call Guest Services: (225) 578-4085
Lost and Found
On gamedays, please check the nearest LSU Athletics Guest Services kiosk for lost-and-found items. Items found during the game and during Sunday clean-up will be turned over to LSU Police on Monday morning following games, located in the Public Safety Building on South Stadium Drive. Call (225) 578-3231 to ask if your item has been turned in
Lost or Stolen Tickets | LSU Police Lost and Stored Property
For information on lost or stolen tickets, contact the LSU Athletic Ticket Office at (225) 578-2184.
Lost / Missing Persons
Please find the nearest LSU Event Staff or Law Enforcement – they will stay with you until the missing person is found. Mike’s Tiger Tag wristbands are available at all Guest Services kiosks for fans to give to children or those individuals with special needs so we can contact their parent or guardian if needed.
Medical & First Aid
First-aid stations are located throughout the stadium. If you need assistance, contact the nearest first aid station, law enforcement officer or event staff team member. Each station has trained first responders to provide assistance. Advanced emergency medical support will also be available throughout the game in the stadium trauma center. If necessary, fans should call 911 for any emergencies requiring medical assistance.
LSU recognizes that some fans may have a need to bring special items with them so they may enjoy the game. Medical necessary items will be allowed following proper inspection at specified stadium gates. Guests entering the stadium with needs for medical bag exceptions must enter through gate 10 or the medical bag check gate located at the southwest corner of the stadium. For any questions, please call LSU Athletics Guest Services at (225) 578-4085.
The LSU SportShop next to Mike the Tiger’s habitat is open daily and on game days. Satellite locations are available inside Tiger Stadium and around campus as well. All merchandise locations are cashless – credit cards and Apple Pay/Google Pay will be accepted. Fans away from campus can order from the Official Online Store, LSUshop.net. GameDay merchandise sales not authorized by the LSU Athletics are prohibited on-campus.
PMAC Open to Fans
Free seating in the Maravich Center is available starting five (5) hours prior to kickoff of LSU Football home games. Restrooms are available and college football games will be shown on the main video boards above the court. The Golden Band from Tigerland will perform in the Maravich Center approximately two (2) hours prior to kickoff. The arena will be cleared one (1) hour prior to kickoff.
LSU has placed numerous collection containers throughout campus for recycling of glass, plastic and aluminum items. Please help LSU’s recycling program by utilizing these containers. For more information, contact the Facility Services Help Desk at (225) 578-3186.
Revelry: Official Tailgate Partner
LSU Athletics has partnered with Revelry as the Official Tailgate Partner for on-campus, full-service experiences. To learn about tailgate packages located within Nicholson Gateway along with Patrick Taylor Hall along South Stadium Dr., visit www.revelryteam.com/lsu, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (225) 244-9345.
Fans choosing to use a rideshare service to and from the game will be dropped off and picked up on the perimeter of campus. Rideshare services are subject to all campus parking and traffic guidelines. Fans are encouraged to be familiar with the campus map and pay attention to their surroundings at all times.
For the safety and security of all fans and stadium personnel, security cameras are utilized inside and outside of Tiger Stadium.
Strollers are permitted but discouraged. There are no storage areas and they are not allowed to be an obstruction of any sort. LSU is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Ticket Office | Buy Tickets Online | Marketplace
The LSU Athletic Ticket Office is located on the first floor of the Athletic Administration Building on the corner of Nicholson Drive and North Stadium Drive, in the west parking lot (Lot 101) of Tiger Stadium. The LSU Athletic Ticket Office is open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT, Monday-Friday, except on university-observed holidays. The Ticket Office is open on football game days beginning at 8 a.m. for games that kickoff at 2:30 p.m. or earlier, and 6 hours prior to kickoff for games that kickoff after 2:30 p.m. and closes at halftime. For ticket and parking information, visit www.LSUtix.net.
Tours of Tiger Stadium
Go behind the scenes at Tiger Stadium on a private, guided tour that takes you inside the storied history of LSU Football. During a tour of Tiger Stadium, you will have an exclusive look at some of the most treasured spaces in Death Valley. Tours are not available on gamedays, nor are they available on the Thursday and Friday prior to a home gamedays.
Tours can be scheduled year-round by appointment only by visiting LSUsports.net/tours. Public tours are capped at 25 people; for larger groups please contact the LSU Athletics Ticket Office at (225) 578-2184. A typical tour lasts 45 minutes. Tours are not available on university holidays. There are no add-ons to another group’s tour. Pricing is $10 for Adults and Youth under 13 is $5.
The University conveniently places receptacles for the disposal of trash and other items throughout the LSU campus. You can help keep your campus clean by disposing of your trash. For more information, contact the Facility Services Help Desk at (225) 578-3186.
Wheelchairs, Walkers or Strollers
There is no designated location to leave or charge any of these items and they are not allowed to be an obstruction of any sort. LSU is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Wheelchair Escort Service
Tiger Stadium does offer a complimentary wheelchair service inside our facility. Once you enter your gate, look for a nearby Event Staff Team Member and ask for a wheelchair escort. A staff member will retrieve a wheelchair from the nearest first aid station and pickup the person needing the escort at the gate then take them to their seat. When you wish to leave, simply ask a nearby Usher for a wheelchair pickup, call the Guest Service Hotline at (225) 578-4085 or text “LSU” to 69050 with your need and location. A staff member will assist you from your seat to a gate. Our wheelchair staff members are unable to go outside Tiger Stadium to pickup or drop off guests.