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On the grounds of Mississippi State University lies Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field, home to the Mississippi State Bulldogs football program. Bring your cowbell out to the stadium in support of the team on November 8 when they go head-to-head with Tennessee Martin Skyhawks Football. Read more about the policies and accommodations at Davis Wade Stadium in detail below.
Davis Wade Stadium Seating Information
Davis Wade Stadium presents a variety of seating options for fans, starting with the lower level near the field. The sections range from 1-7 (sections in front of the Mississippi State sideline) and Sections 16-25. Behind Sections 1-7 is the 100 level (Sections 101-113) and 200 level (Sections 201-210). The final level on that side of the stadium is the 300 level, which features sections 301-313.
Behind the visitor's sideline (Sections 16-25) are two levels of premium seating. The first is the Floyd Wade Club Level, with Sections 117-125. Next is the private suite level, followed by the 300 level (332-340). The Leo Seal M-Club also stands at one end zone with options for watching the game from this non-reserved seating club.
Davis Wade Stadium General Information
Umbrellas, outside food and drink, signs, video or professional cameras, and any type of container are not allowed within the stadium gates. Bags are permitted but must be no larger than 14 in. x 14 in. x 10 in. Guests can bring radios or televisions as long as they are only used with personal headphones. Strollers are not allowed in the seating areas but may be checked at the stadium information tents. Cowbells are permitted in the stadium, but they can only be used when the Bulldogs score, during timeouts, quarter breaks, pregame festivities, and halftime.
Davis Wade Stadium Parking Information
Parking is available on campus on a variety of paved and grassy lots. These public spaces are on a first-come, first-served basis with payment on the day of the game. There may also be Bulldog Club parking passes available for purchase ahead of time for spaces near the stadium.
Davis Wade Stadium Tailgating Information
Guests of the Davis Wade Stadium are encouraged to tailgate outside the stadium; however, tailgating is not permitted until 4 p.m. local time on the day before the game, and tailgating must close at midnight. Fans can bring generators and charcoal grills, but these must be thrown away in the appropriate waste bins. Fire pits and open flames are prohibited.
Davis Wade Stadium Gate Times
Gates at the stadium open 2 hours and 15 minutes before kickoff.
Davis Wade Stadium Accessibility
Accessible seating is available for guests with disabilities, but fans are strongly encouraged to arrange any needs with the stadium box office ahead of time. The stadium also features elevators and accessible entrances for all guests.