Ticket Info, Fan Reminders and More for Gymnastics
BATON ROUGE – With another top-10 matchup inside the Maravich Center on Friday when No. 2 LSU and No. 6 Kentucky face off, LSU officials remind fans to purchase tickets ahead of time, arrive early and Geaux Clear.
Buy Tickets Before Friday
Fans who have not purchased tickets yet are encouraged to buy ahead of time to guarantee a spot for Friday’s meet. Tickets for the meet are available at www.LSUtix.net or by calling the LSU Ticket Office at (225) 578-2184 or toll-free at (800) 960-8587.
Friday night is the Student Point Meet and all LSU students are admitted free with a valid student ID. The first 500 students in attendance will receive a free Canes three-finger combo. Doors for LSU students open at 5:45 p.m.
Arrive Early | Buy Tickets Online
The matchup is expected to draw a second-straight sellout as tickets are going fast. There will be thousands of gold pom poms out on seats and it’s the annual Mardi Gras meet. Doors for non-student entrances will open at 6 p.m.
Geaux Clear | FAQ
Fans are reminded that LSU’s Geaux Clear policy is in effect for all sports. The following bags are permitted inside LSU Athletic venues: clear 12” x 6” x 12” or smaller bags, clear 1-gallon freezer bags & clear or non-clear 4.5” x 6.5” (approximately the size of a person’s hand) wallets/wristlets/clutches. For more information regarding the clear bag policy, please visit lsusports.net/geauxclear.
Change – Diaper Bags
Those bringing supplies for infants/toddlers must adhere to the clear bag policy. Diaper bags must be clear and no larger than 12” x 6” x 12”. Backpacks, including drawstring/synch bags, are strictly prohibited – regardless of size and if clear or non-clear.
Maravich Center Entrances, Student Section Open Early | Seating Chart
There are four upper concourse entrances open for all home meets (NE, SE, SW, NW). There is also a lower entrance open at the southeast corner of the arena; the special assistance elevator is also located near this entrance. The LSU student entrance located on the Upper W concourse (facing Bernie Moore Stadium) will open at 5:45 p.m. All other entrances will open at 6 p.m. Friday.
LSU has added concession food trucks/trailers to the Upper NE and Upper W concourse areas. The food truck/trailers are located just outside the entry doors and are only accessible from inside the arena.
North Stadium Drive Closed to Vehicle Traffic | Parking Info
The section of North Stadium Drive from West Stadium Drive to Fieldhouse Drive will be closed at 5:30 p.m. Only those with Lot 201 or Lot 300 parking permits will have vehicular access to North Stadium Drive. Lot 101 will still be accessible for free parking for all patrons. All other parking lots on campus will remain free and open to the public.
ADA Parking – Lot 300 | Parking Info
In an effort to relocate ADA parking closer to the PMAC, Lot 300 will now serve as the ADA parking lot. Patrons must have a state issued handicap license plate or placard for access to this parking area. Patrons must enter the lot from N. Stadium Dr. As a result of the change, the special assistance shuttle is no longer offered.
Guest Service Kiosk – Concourse Portal F
A guest service kiosk has been added to the concourse near Portal F. The kiosk will be staffed with guest service representatives, who are available to answer questions and address issues, throughout the game. The kiosk will also be equipped with fan amenities: posters, schedule cards, game programs, a phone charging station, etc.
Guest Service Hotline (225-578-4085)
A guest services hotline has been created to better assist fans with questions before, during and after LSU Athletics competitions and events. The hotline will be available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and also surrounding LSU Athletics events. Guest services representatives are happy to assist fans with all questions/issues or direct them to the appropriate personnel.