By: Staff Reports
KINGSVILLE, TEXAS – Texas A&M-Kingsville’s first home football game is coming up on September 10 against Minot State and due to renovations to the stadium entrance there will be new guidelines for fans to enter Javelina Stadium.
Ticket sales on game days will now take place in the James H. Clement Center just north of McCulley Hall across from the tailgate area. Fans should enter from the Corral St. entrance to the stadium. The ticket office opens at 1 p.m. on game days and will stay open until the start of the game. The cost for general admission tickets at the gate is $7, but they can be purchased online at www.javelinatickets.com or during the week inside the Javelina Ticket Office for $5. Reserved seats cost between $10-$18.
The entrance to Javelina Stadium on the east side will be between McCulley Hall and the Clement Center.
There are no cars allowed inside the tailgate area once again. Vehicles that need to drop off equipment should do so prior to 3 p.m. on the day of a game. Fans cannot mark off a space in the tailgate area prior to noon on Friday.