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Michigan State football is opening the parking lots earlier this football season in hopes of improving the gameday fan experience.
The athletic department announced the new improved tailgating initiative on Monday, with the school opening the parking lots hours earlier depending on the kickoff time. The parking lots will open at 7 a.m. for noon games and 3:30 / 4 p.m. games and 11 a.m. for night games. Previously, the parking lots wouldn’t open until 9 a.m. for 3:30 / 4 p.m. games and 1 p.m. for night games.
“We are excited to host our loyal passionate fans once again for an exciting home schedule at Spartan Stadium,” MSU Vice President and Director of Athletics Alan Haller said in a statement. “These are two steps in our unwavering commitment to improve the gameday fan experience.”
Check out all of the new tailgating and gameday details by clicking on the link below:
Exciting news! Today we're announcing two new initiatives to improve the fan experience.
Click the video for more information on our updated tailgating times and bag policy for home @MSU_Football games.
— Michigan State Athletics (@MSU_Athletics) July 11, 2022
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