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Familiarize yourself with Oxford's premier football stadium as you attend games throughout the upcoming season by reading through information on seating, parking, accessibility, and more. Shop today and be there to cheer alongside the mass of red when Vaught-Hemingway Stadium hosts Ole Miss vs. Auburn Tigers Football on Saturday, November 01, 2014.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Seating Information
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium has plenty of seats and options to see Ole Miss challenge rival opponents like the Auburn. Chairback seating comprises the two sidelines behind team benches, which may present obstructed views at times depending on the location of players, so keep that in mind while shopping. Sections A-J line the Ole Miss sideline and sections K-S make up the visitor sideline. The West Skyboxes are just behind sections B-H, and the Rebel Club and bench back seating in rows MM-QQ can be found behind sections M-Q. The North end zone is made up of sections 101-106, while the South end zone is made up of sections S1-S11, and sections S6-S11 are listed as student sections. The South Suites and South Zone Club are behind the first sections S1-S11, and seating for sections 107-117 can be found there as well. There is a roof over a portion of the South end zone and the Rebel Club, so fans located there may be partially covered.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium General Information
Umbrellas, outside food and drink, coolers, large bags and backpacks, strollers, banners, and all other dangerous material will not be permitted inside the stadium. Video cameras are not allowed either, but fans can bring in their own personal cameras as long as they are not being used commercially. Alcohol will not be sold at any inside vendors and cannot be brought inside. Stadium seats are permitted, but they must be 16 inches wide or less and cannot have arm rests. Fans also can use chairback seats that can be rented at Ole Miss football games.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Tailgating Information
Ole Miss is famous for tailgating at The Grove, which opens at 9 p.m. local time on Friday and closes at midnight following each game. However, there are very strict guidelines for tailgating in The Grove, which can be found on Ole Miss' sports website. Rebel Fanfare will also begin three hours before kickoff, which is located off All-American Drive across from the Starnes Center, which includes food, games for kids, pre-game radio, and will feature appearances by former players and cheerleaders. Smoking is not allowed anywhere on campus.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Parking Information
Lots 1-5 are located closest to the stadium, and parking is also available in lots C, D, and 6-12. Shuttles are available from several lots, so be sure to check Ole Miss' website for exact locations and availability. Shuttles will also be available throughout the Oxford community, and fans can use the round-trip service before and after games to various locations.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Gate Times
Gates to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium will open two hours before kickoff, but activities can be found around campus before watching the Rebels take on the Auburn.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Accessibility
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium is completely ADA accessible and venue staff will do everything they can to accommodate those in need. Handicapped parking is available throughout campus and there are designated spaces in the South Parking Lot near the stadium, which opens four hours prior to kickoff. Accessible restrooms are located near all of the accessible seating areas throughout the stadium. Anyone that needs a disabled seating area must have a ticket specifying their needs, and any questions can be directed to venue personnel at 662-915-7241.