As Clemson gets set to take on The Citadel on Saturday at 4 p.m. in Memorial Stadium, here are five things you need to know about the gameday experience in 2020.
Unless eating or drinking, patrons must always keep face coverings on within the stadium. Additionally, face coverings will be required upon entry. And please stay home if you are sick or have any symptoms of COVID-19 or are in an at-risk population.
The Clemson Athletic Ticket Office is employing full, mobile-only ticketing for the 2020 football season at Memorial Stadium. Digital ticketing allows fans greater convenience and safety, and can reduce the impacts of counterfeit tickets.
Download your ticket before leaving home!
Mobile Ticket Guide
Parking will look different in 2020, with Lots opening three (3) hours prior to kick, or 1 p.m. this week. Please also look at the parking map in advance to find your lot.
Please continue to visit Clemsontigers.com for updates on tropical storm Sally and its impact on parking.
See more about lots and parking information.
Clemson is asking fans not to tailgate in 2020. No tents, large groups, or trailers will be allowed.
IPTAY parking assignments are based on seating location inside stadium. There is socially-distanced parking and lots will skip spaces. Lots close 60 minutes after the game.
Traditions like the Tiger Band parade, Tiger Walk and Gathering at the Paw will not take place for the 2020 season. New ACC guidelines put into place to protect against virus transmission prohibit fans from entering the field of play at any time – pre-game, in-game, or post-game.
Additionally, there will be no re-entry admitted (pass-outs) in 2020.