Virginia Tech Spring Game FAQs
A fan's guide to Saturday's intra-squad scrimmage
April 11, 2005

Q. How much are tickets?
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There is no charge for the spring game. No ticket is required. Seating is first-come, first-served.

Q. What time is the scrimmage?
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Kick-off is scheduled for 2:00 p.m.

Q. When do the gates open?
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Fans can enter the stadium beginning at 1:00 p.m. The gates in the South End Zone and the Student Gate in the Northeast corner will be open for entry.

Q. What sections of the stadium will be open?
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Due to construction in the West Stands, there will be no seating or access to the concourse or bathrooms. Fans can sit in the East Stands and in the North and South End Zones. The club level in the South End Zone will be open to suite holders only.

Q. What is the parking situation?
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All lots will be open and parking will be on a first-come, first-served basis regardless of regular season passes. Handicap parking will be available in the South End Zone lot (Lot 2) in the parallel parking spaces along the sidewalk of the south end zone.

Q. Will normal game-day ABC licenses be in affect?
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No. Due to the first-come, first-served parking the Athletic Fund (Hokie Club) ABC allowances will not be honored. Per state code, open containers are prohibited from public consumption.

Q. Can I see the game on TV?
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No. The game will be broadcast locally on The Bear and can be heard in Blacksburg (105.3 FM), Roanoke (97.3 FM), and Bedford/Lynchburg (106.9 FM). If you live outside those three markets, you can also follow the game for free with an audio only broadcast on hokietv.com as well as live stats on hokiesports.com.

Q. Will concession stands, restrooms and HokieShop Stadium Stores be open?
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Yes. The concession stands and restrooms in the East Stands and South End Zones will be open. The HokieShop store in the East Stands under section 19 will also be open.