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Home to the University of Hawaii's football team, Aloha Stadium also hosts one of the most iconic football games of the year - the NFL Pro Bowl. Watch live when your favorite athletes take the field on Sunday, January 26, 2014, and don't miss a minute of the action by reading over the following event information.
Aloha Stadium Seating Information
This outdoor stadium is divided into four distinct sections with each level sorted by color. The orange level is the closest to the stadium, and seating starts at the south side of the stadium with sections A and AA. Section A runs clockwise around the stadium to Section V on the north side, and Section AA runs counterclockwise until it meets up with Section V with its corresponding Section VV. The same numbers correspond to each level, which goes from blue to brown, red, and then yellow at the rear of the venue. The majority of the seating is uncovered, but some of the seating in the yellow sections may be covered by an overhang.
Aloha Stadium General Information
The following items are prohibited on the premises: weapons, noise makers, cans, bottles, umbrellas, coolers, balloons, sticks, and outside food and beverages. All guests are subject to search upon entry into the stadium. Alcohol and concessions will be served inside the venue, and all alcohol sales will conclude at the end of the third quarter. Empty plastic sports bottles are allowed to be refilled inside Aloha Stadium. Banners and signs will be allowed, but they must be made of soft paper or fabric that can be rolled up. Cameras are permitted on a case-by-case basis, so please check the website before bringing yours to the game. The venue has a strict no re-entry policy, and smoking is only permitted on the service roads and the top of the spirals.
Aloha Stadium Parking Information
Parking is available onsite at Aloha Stadium on the north and southwest sides of the venue, and is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. For those with electric cars, there is a car charging station located in Section 2A. If you choose not to drive to the game, another option is "The Bus," which provides access to the stadium from various parts of Honolulu. Biking is also an option at Aloha Stadium, with bike parking available in Section 1E and 14E on the south side of the venue.
Aloha Stadium Tailgating Information
Parking spaces are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, and no vehicles will be able to save spots for another car or take up more than one individual spot. All hot coals and other trash must be disposed of in the proper receptacles. Frisbees, footballs, or other recreational activities will not be permitted throughout the lots, nor will loud music, animals, and soliciting, staking, or high capacity alcoholic beverage containers. Those consuming alcohol must be 21 years or older, and all tailgates must conclude one hour after the game.
Aloha Stadium Gate Times
The gates generally open 1.5 hours before the start of events at Aloha Stadium, but is subject to change. The parking lots will also be open in advance of the game.
Aloha Stadium Accessibility
Aloha Stadium is completely ADA accessible for those in need of special accommodations. Guests requiring a disabled ticket can purchase one, along with three companion Pro Bowl tickets. Accessible parking is also available onsite, but is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.