Tiger Stadium In-Stadium Policies
Public address announcements are restricted to emergencies and must be requested through LSU Police at (225) 578-3231 or 911.
Southeastern Conference rules do not permit artificial noisemakers to be brought into or used in Tiger Stadium. Anyone found violating this policy is subject to ejection and item is subject to confiscation.
BANNERS AND POLES
Banners may NOT be hung and poles may NOT be brought into Tiger Stadium unless approved by LSU Athletic Administration. Documentation of the approved request must be shown.
Cameras are permitted in Tiger Stadium for both fans and working news media. All photos taken in Tiger Stadium must be for editorial or personal use only and may not be used for advertising, promotions or any other commercial or promotional endeavor, without the permission of LSU. Contact the LSU Office of Finance and Administrative Services at (225) 578-3386 with any questions. Camera bags are NOT permitted. (See Clear Bag Policy below)
CLEAR BAG POLICY | Geaux Safe
LSU recommends fans only bring what is necessary with you to LSU Athletics venues such as phones, wallets, credit cards and car keys. Only CLEAR tote bags smaller than 12” x 6” x 12” will be allowed into Tiger Stadium and all other LSU Athletics venues. One-gallon clear plastic bags and/or small handheld clutch purses, not larger than 4.5” X 6.5”, will also be allowed to enter. All backpacks, regardless of size, are prohibited. Exceptions will only be made for those with approved medical needs. All bags are subject to search and inspection. Reminder, diaper bags that do not meet the clear bag policy guidelines will not be admitted. For more information, please LSUsports.net/geauxsafe.
OUTSIDE FOOD & BEVERAGES
One 32 ounce or smaller, factory sealed water bottle will be allowed in Tiger Stadium. However, food and other containers of any kind such as coolers, ice chests, bottles, cans, cups, flasks, etc. are not permitted. If you have a medical need for any of these items, please enter at the medical check points at Gate 10 or the Southwest Roll Gate.
RE-ENTRY TO STADIUM
Anyone leaving the stadium must have an unscanned, new ticket to return to the stadium. Once a ticket has been scanned, it may not be used again for re-entry, unless otherwise directed by LSU Event Management (or gameday officials) in emergencies.
SMOKING & TOBACCO USE
On August 1, 2014, LSU became tobacco free, in accordance with the governor’s “Well-Ahead” program. The Louisiana legislature has implemented a smoke-free requirement for all state university property, and all public post-secondary institutions in Louisiana must be in compliance. All of LSU’s athletic facilities are considered public buildings under this statute. This prohibition applies to all individuals while on the LSU Campus, including faculty, staff, students, administrators, contractors, and visitors. The use of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, snuff, pipes, and chewing tobacco are not permitted.
STADIUM SEATS (PORTABLE)
Any stadium seat measuring 16 inches wide or less will fit into any seat in Tiger Stadium. Only stadium seat cushions with no pockets or compartments will be admitted. (See Clear Bag Policy) Please be considerate of those sitting around you and please be aware that some seats sold by local vendors with LSU logos may be too large for use at Tiger Stadium. To order a pre-installed stadium seat, please visit LSUTigerSeatback.com or call 1-866-895-1490.
With heightened security now a way of life, LSU will do everything possible to provide a safe and secure environment for its fans. Please be cooperative with stadium officials and law enforcement agencies during your visit to Tiger Stadium. Should you or another guest need immediate assistance, please notify the nearest police officer or event staff personnel. You may also text “LSU” along with your issue to 69050 or call LSU Athletics Guest Services at (225) 578-4085. If you see something, say something.
STANDING DURING GAMES
LSU encourages fans to be courteous of other fans in choosing to stand during games. Spontaneous reaction to plays or significant events is expected and encouraged. Continued standing during game action when other fans are sitting is discouraged and will be addressed by LSU Event Staff if complaints from other fans are reasonable and continuous. Please be respectful of those around you so all fans may enjoy the game.
The throwing of objects from the stands is strictly prohibited and is cause for immediate ejection. Thrown objects can cause serious injury. LSU takes very seriously the safety of fans, coaches, athletes and officials. LSU will act promptly and accordingly if the safety of any individual is in jeopardy. Any fan/spectator ejected for throwing objects or unauthorized access may be subject to additional penalties and possible loss of future ticket privileges.
All persons, regardless of age, must present a ticket for admission to Tiger Stadium. This policy is for the convenience and safety of all Tiger ticket holders. Even the smallest of LSU fans sitting on their parents’ lap can be an inconvenience to the fan sitting in the next seat and a safety risk for the child.
Umbrellas are NOT allowed in Tiger Stadium. Umbrellas left at the gate/entrance will be confiscated and discarded during security sweeps. Umbrellas are a sight obstruction and possible safety hazard for other fans. LSU advises the use of ponchos or other wearable rain gear for inclement weather.
VIDEO CAMERAS & RECORDING
Video cameras are not permitted in Tiger Stadium except for the working news media. Video images taken in Tiger Stadium must be for personal use only and may not be used for advertising, promotions or other trade purposes, or any other commercial or promotional endeavor, without the permission of LSU. Contact the LSU Office of Finance and Administrative Services at (225) 578-3386 with any questions.