Eric Gutierrez


Tailgating for the 2017 season will be permitted in the C-3, R-23 and free parking lots.


LUBBOCK, Texas – The Red Raider Club has announced parking and tailgating rules & regulations for the 2017 Texas Tech baseball season on Sunday.

For the first time, tailgating will be permissible in the C-3, R-23 and free parking lots during the upcoming baseball season. However, RV parking will not be permitted in any lot.

The C-3 Suite parking lot will open two hours prior to first pitch and is open for all home games to baseball suite holders. The R-23 Donor parking lot will be available on Fridays after 5:30 p.m., as well as Saturdays and Sundays. The two free lots can also be used, which are located on the corner of Flint & Drive of Champions, as well as the West lot of Jones AT&T Stadium. Free parking will also open two hours prior to first pitch for all home games.

Tailgating Rules & Regulations:

–          Commercial activity is not permitted without the express consent of Red Raider Sports properties.

–          Tailgating activities are limited to weekend home games, beginning Friday at 5:30 p.m.

–          Tailgating equipment is prohibited from campus grounds before the designated lot entry times.

–          Parking permit holders are permitted to tailgate in areas surrounding the permit holder’s assigned parking lot. Drop off of items or persons is not permitted in reserved areas.

–          Only one space is permitted per parking pass. Cookers that are towed behind a vehicle require an additional pass or passes. Patrons must purchase the number of permits that will be used.

–          Lot C guests are limited to a maximum of three (3) spaces for tailgating.

–          Sidewalks and driving lanes must be kept clear. Tailgating items, including tents and canopies, must be kept within the allotted space and must be secured properly. Chaining and/or roping off tailgating and/or parking spaces is prohibited.

–          BBQ grills must be placed on top of plywood and must be attended to at all times.

–          Sound amplification equipment is prohibited.

–          Motorized recreational vehicles (four-wheelers, golf carts, mules, gators, scooters, etc.) are prohibited unless pre-approved by Texas Tech Athletics.

–          Texas Tech University is not responsible or liable for accidents, damage, loss or theft of materials, items, or personal property left overnight.


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