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The Rose Bowl is one of the most storied venues in history, and has been home to some of the most revered NCAA football games. As one of the best places to take in gridiron action, you can be amongst the 90,000-plus fans when UCLA vs Stanford Cardinal Football kicks off on Friday, November 28, 2014.
Rose Bowl Seating Information
Seating at the legendary Rose Bowl starts with Section 1 in the southeast corner of the stadium, and continues around the venue counterclockwise until Section 28, which is adjacent to Section 1. The press box is located on the west side of the stadium, with three floors of additional seating and sky boxes. There are 28 sections of seating in all, with fans able to enter each section at row 25. Note that sections 1-8 and 15-22 provide chairback seating.
Rose Bowl General Information
The following items are prohibited inside the stadium: noisemakers, weapons, alcohol, glass, metal, coolers, umbrellas, large backpacks or bags, banners, signs, flags, laser pointers, poles or sticks and video cameras. Small, disposable cameras and digital cameras are allowed, but they must not have any attachments or tripods.
Rose Bowl Parking Information
For fans driving to the Rose Bowl, there are plenty of parking lots available onsite for a fee. Lots generally open several hours before games. If you would rather not park at the stadium, there is usually a free shuttle running from Parsons Engineering, which is located at 100 W. Walnut Street and Fair Oaks Avenue in Old Pasadena, which drops fans off at the stadium gates.
Rose Bowl Tailgating Information
Lots open early for tailgating, and will close 90 minutes after the Bruins-Stanford game concludes. Tailgating is restricted to the area behind your vehicle, and fans are advised not to venture into the roadway or impede on anyone else's tailgate. A small tent smaller than 10'x10' will be permitted, but open flames are not allowed. Charcoal grills will be allowed, with the exception of the RV parking area, and all charcoal must be disposed of properly. No glass containers are allowed, and all drinks should be placed in plastic. Drinking games that involve alcohol are prohibited, and there will be security onsite to monitor underage drinking. No drinking will be allowed in the lots after kickoff.
Rose Bowl Gate Times
The gates at the Rose Bowl generally open 1-2 hours before kickoff.
Rose Bowl Accessibility
Rose Bowl staff will be on site to assist anyone in need of ADA accessible accommodations. There is a variety of accessible seating options, including field-level seats that are accessible through Tunnel 28, which also contains an elevator if necessary. Accessible parking is available in Lots B, D, G, and F near the stadium doors for easy access.