Garth Brooks Adds Brand-New Opening Night for Salt Lake City

Garth Brooks is adding a brand-new opening night for Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City. The new opening night concert will be Friday, June 17th, 7:00 PM, the second night will be Saturday, June 18th, 7:00 PM.At the first on sale last Friday, Garth sold 50,000 tickets in 45 minutes then quickly sold out. This will be the only return date in any North American city and is Garth’s last Stadium Tour concert in Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Tickets will be on sale, Friday, April 29th at 10:00 AM MT.It will be in-the-round seating. There will be an eight ticket limit per purchase.  There are only 3 ways to purchase tickets: at ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks or on the Garth Brooks line at Ticketmaster, 1-877-654-2784 or through the Ticketmaster App on your mobile phone. Please note there will be no ticket sales at the venue box office on Friday, April 29th.Tickets will cost $94.95, all inclusive.The tour abides by all state and venue Covid rules.*PURCHASER ASSUMES COVID RISK

Garth Brooks fulfills promise to fans and will return to Utah one year later

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 22 at Ticketmaster.com for The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium, Saturday, June 18, 2022.

 

Garth Brooks fans can purchase tickets for the June 18, 2022, concert at Ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks. Concert seating will be set in-the-round with an eight-ticket limit per purchase. The all-inclusive tickets cost $94.95 each with an 8-ticket limit.

 

Rice-Eccles Stadium boasts the only return date of the The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour in any north American city. Ticket for the July 17 concert sold-out in under 30 minutes.

 

There are three ways to purchase tickets:

  • Online at Ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks
  • By phone at 1-877-654-2784, the Garth Brooks line at Ticketmaster
  • The Ticketmaster App on your phone or mobile device

 

Fans should go Ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks and click on “On Sale Tips & Hints” to refresh their existing Ticketmaster account or create an account for a quicker purchasing experience.

Imagine Dragons Mercury World Tour

Multi platinum Grammy award winning rock band Imagine Dragons have announced 20 new shows on their massive Mercury World Tour. Produced by Live Nation, the summer North American tour celebrates the release of their latest album, Mercury – Act 1 (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) kicking off this August in Salt Lake City, UT with special guests Macklemore and Kings Elliot. This tour will mark the band’s biggest North American shows of their career to date.

 

On the heels of “Enemy,” which has topped the Alternative Radio chart for the past seven weeks and is rapidly ascending at Top 40 radio (#10) and Hot AC (#9), Imagine Dragons unveiled their new single, “Bones,” the first new music from their forthcoming release Mercury – Act 2. A spirited examination of life and death, the song explodes with an infectious chorus that celebrates the intangible spark that ignites our beings. Listen to “Bones” HERE and view the lyric video HERE.

 

TICKETS: General tickets for are available on Ticketmaster.com.

 

ABOUT IMAGINE DRAGONS

Imagine Dragons teamed up with esteemed producer Rick Rubin on Mercury – Act 1, which debuted in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 and at No. 2 on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts. Mercury – Act 1 marks the band’s first new music since their 2018 album Origins, and features the singles “Wrecked”, “Cutthroat” and “Follow You.” “Follow You” reached No. 1 on both Mediabase’s Alternative Radio chart and Billboard’s Alternative Airplay chart. It marked the band’s quickest ascent to the top of the Billboard chart, surpassing the seven-week climb for “Natural” in 2018 and eight-week climb for “Believer” in 2017.

 

With 49 million albums and 55 million songs sold globally, as well as 75 billion combined streams, Imagine Dragons remains one of the best-selling rock bands, reinventing the genre with their enormous breakout success across the 2010s. Billboard’s Top 3 rock songs of the decade belonged to the band – “Believer,” “Thunder” and “Radioactive.” Formed in 2009, Imagine Dragons developed a grassroots following with a series of independently released EPs before making their major label debut on KIDinaKORNER/Interscope with the 2012 EP Continued Silence. Night Visions, their 2012 full-length debut, entered the Billboard 200 at No. 2 and the lead-off track “Radioactive” topped Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs chart, won a GRAMMY for Best Rock Performance, and achieved RIAA Diamond status. 2015’s Smoke + Mirrors debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. EVOLVE, which followed in 2017, earned a GRAMMY nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album and unleashed three No. 1 Alternative radio hits: “Believer,” the GRAMMY-nominated “Thunder” and “Whatever It Takes.” All three songs were also top 5 hits at Top 40 radio, with “Thunder” rising to the No. 1 spot. The band’s fourth album, ORIGINS, debuted atop Billboard’s Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts and lead single “Natural” spent nine weeks at No. 1 at alternative radio and set the current record for all-time “most spins in a week” at the format.

 

Their highly anticipated fifth studio album Mercury – Act 1 was released on September 3, 2021. Teaming up with esteemed producer Rick Rubin and with its title drawing inspiration from the word “mercurial,” Mercury – Act 1 is a candid album that abandons metaphorically charged lyrics and instead embraces emotional extremities, holding nothing back. It marks the band’s first album since 2018’s ORIGINS.

 

“Follow You” and “Cutthroat” were the first glimpses into the new record, released simultaneously in March 2021, with the former hitting No. 1 at alternative radio and Billboard’s Alternative Airplay chart, marking the band’s quickest ascent to the top of those charts. The album’s current single, “Wrecked,” is a confessional exploration of grief, written by lead vocalist Dan Reynolds after losing his sister-in-law to cancer in 2019.

 

ABOUT MACKLEMORE

Macklemore most recently released his new single “Next Year” featuring Windser (Oct 29). The new record is produced by Ryan Lewis, the first new song the two have made in five years. Macklemore’s next full length project will arrive in 2022.

 

Multi-platinum and GRAMMY award winning rapper Macklemore has made history as an independent artist with a combination of commercial success, critical acclaim and international appeal. ‘GEMINI’, Macklemore’s first solo effort in 12 years, was released in 2017 and debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and #1 on the charts for Rap, R&B/Hip-Hop, and Independent Albums. ‘GEMINI’ includes three Platinum-certified singles, “Glorious” (featuring Skylar Grey), “Good Old Days” (featuring Kesha), and “Marmalade” (featuring Lil Yachty).

 

‘GEMINI’ follows two releases with producer Ryan Lewis: the multiple-GRAMMY award winning and multi-platinum album, ‘The Heist’ (which spawned two #1 singles, the Diamond-certified “Thrift Shop” and multi-platinum “Can’t Hold Us”) and 2016 release “This Unruly Mess I’ve Made”, which featured the Platinum-certified single “Downtown”.

 

Collectively Macklemore’s music videos have been viewed over 3 billion times and he is one of only two rappers to have a Diamond-certified single (“Thrift Shop”).

 

Recently, the Seattle rapper has featured on international platinum hits “Summer Days”, alongside Martin Garrix and Patrick Stump, and “These Days” with Rudimental, Jess Glynne and Dan Caplen. He’s recently performed on Ellen and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and was a guest artist on NBC’s hit new series “Songland”.

 

ABOUT KINGS ELLIOT

Introducing herself to the world with a rarely-seen example of complete, raw honesty, the visual for Kings Elliot’s debut single ‘I’m Getting Tired Of Me’ acts as an emotional punch in the gut. A stark piece of candid black and white footage, captured as the half-British, half-Swiss singer had a crippling panic attack whilst shooting what she had intended to be the ‘proper’ video for the track, it’s an uncomfortable image that belies the sweet sounds that surrounded it.

 

In truth, however, it’s a duality that sits at the heart of everything she creates. On one hand, Kings Elliot is a wildly ambitious artist, who strives to create unique soundscapes for her confessional songs; on the other, she’s a young woman who has had to learn to embrace her struggles, who — having been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder — has fought internal demons her entire life in order to get to this point, and for whom music is not only a want but a need.

 

If tenacity and perseverance are things Kings Elliot has had to embrace more than most, then the songs that make up debut EP ‘Chaos In My Court’ — released track-by-track since that debut last year — are testament to the importance of both strength and vulnerability.

 

Musically, the singer draws inspiration from the wistfully melancholic melodies of the ’40s and ’50s, realising that a version of this soothing world was where she needed her own often fraught and turmoil-laden lyrical sentiments to live, turning them into devastating songs that sound uniquely current, yet timeless.

 

‘Dancing Alone,’ which details the tricky task of navigating a relationship whilst having Borderline, and cinematic follow-up ‘Bitter Tonic’ — which fills its lyrics with courtly metaphors for struggle and spawned the EP’s title — are keen examples of this: tracks that explore dark and difficult emotions with a sweetness of melodic touch. ‘Call Me A Dreamer’ and ‘The Outsider’ complete Kings’ debut EP — the former, a song to her ‘well’ self to remind her that the rollercoaster is still continuing; the latter a yearning lament of someone who wants nothing more than to belong somewhere.

 

Though Kings Elliot might always consider herself an outsider to some degree, now she has an outlet through which to channel her hopes and fears, with an ever-growing audience and a debut release that acts as an empathetic, important opening statement for an artist destined to mean much to many people.

 

Learn more at www.imaginedragonsmusic.com.

A New Force in American Football

 

Sam Gordon Joins Under Armour in its Commitment to Make Sports More Accessible for Female Athletes

 

Determined, gritty, tough. These are words that come to mind when you think of an American football athlete. Champion for equality, game changer, advocate. These are words that often describe Gen Z.

 

What do you get when you put all these words together? American football athlete and women’s sport’s advocate, Sam Gordon.

 

Over the past decade, 19-year-old Sam Gordon has been a voice for women’s football and served as a symbol of what is possible for women in the sport. In 2015, at the age of 12, Gordon founded the nation’s first all-girl tackle football league: Utah Girls Tackle Football. Before her 18th birthday, Gordon won the NFL Honors’ Game Changer Award.

 

This spring, Gordon will add mentor to her already impressive career as she joins Under Armour in their commitment to break down barriers for those who strive for more by creating more opportunities for youth to engage in sports.

 

“I started playing football because my brother’s coach thought I’d be good at it,” said Gordon. “I stayed in football because I want girls to know they can have a future in the sport. Under Armour and I are ready to make a difference. This is going to be a game-changer for women in football, and I feel inspired and ready for what’s next.” 

 

To help reinforce Gordon’s legacy, Under Armour will serve as an official sponsor of the Utah Girls Tackle Football league. In addition to providing apparel and gear for the league’s 600 players, Under Armour is helping give the league’s 36 teams the chance to play under the big lights at the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium.

 

“At Under Armour, we believe everyone should have the access and ability to play sports at every level,” explains Sean Eggert, the Senior Vice President of Global Sports Marketing at Under Armour. “We are proud to team up with Sam Gordon who has been a pioneer in the cause of women’s equity in sport. By providing access to young girls at the community level, she is paving the way for future generations.”

 

Gordon imagines a future of women receiving college sports scholarships, playing in tackle football leagues, like the NFL, working as professional coaches or refs, and having the same high-quality athletic facilities and resources as their male athlete counterparts. Together with Under Armour, Gordon hopes to make that journey to compete just a bit more accessible for girls who see their brothers on the gridiron and think, I can do that too.

 

READ ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE HERE

Olympic Cauldron 20th Anniversary

The Olympic Cauldron burns bright once again to mark the 20th anniversary of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympics opening ceremony at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

 

The commemorative ceremony, held on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, was led by president and CEO of the Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Games, Fraser Bullock. Other guest speakers included Utah Governor Spencer Cox, Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, and four-time Olympic speed skater and chair of the Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Game, Catherine Raney-Norman.

 

The evening concluded with a lighting of the torch by two aspiring Olympians — Gabrielle Harris of Team Soldier Hollow Cross Country and Biathlon, and YiYi O’Brien, National Abilities Center Youth Adaptive Program athlete. The Olympic Cauldron, located at the plaza outside Rice-Eccles Stadium, will be lit until February 11, 2022.

Monster Jam Coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium April 30

Monster Jam®, the action-packed motorsport, is coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium on April 30, 2022.

 

Witness heated rivalries, high-flying stunts and fierce head-to-head battles for the Event Championship. Engineered to perfection, these 12,000-pound monster trucks, including the legendary Grave Digger®, Max-DTM, Megalodon® and more push all limits in Freestyle, Skills and Racing competitions. The Series Champion receives an automatic bid to the prestigious Monster Jam World Finals® to compete for the title of World Champion. This is full-throttle family fun. 

 

Learn more and purchase tickets here.

 

Men’s & Women’s Basketball Season Begins

Hoop season has officially begun for Utah’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. To help you have the best basketball season ever, here’s everything you need to know before attending a home game at Jon M. Huntsman Center.

Clear Bag Policy

Bags, purses and backpacks are not allowed in the Huntsman Center. However, each fan may bring one clear bag no larger than 12 inches x 12 inches x 6 inches. The clear bag can be any style, even a 1-gallon sealable bag, as long as it does not exceed the approved dimensions. Fans may also bring a small clutch or wallet no larger than 6.5″ x 4.5″ for privacy. Diaper bags are also allowed if an infant is present with you. Visit the Clear Bag Policy page to learn more.

 

Cashless Concessions

To reduce touchpoints and increase efficiency with concessions sales, the Huntsman Center will no longer accept cash as a method of payment. All transactions must be completed with debit or credit cards.

 

Water Bottle Policy

Each guest may bring one factory-sealed water bottle (up to one liter). Guests may also bring an empty personal water bottle and fill it up at a water station.

 

Transportation Options

 

UTA Ticket to Ride Program

Did you know your gameday ticket also serves as your pass to ride UTA buses, TRAX and FrontRunner trains for free on game days? Basketball fans can easily avoid the stress of traffic, parking by riding UTA instead of driving. A TRAX Red Line stops at the South Campus Dr. Station, which is adjacent to the Huntsman Center. Visit rideuta.com to learn more about UTA TRAX routes and schedules.

 

Fan Parking

Monster Energy Supercross 2022 Season Tickets on Sale Today for Salt Lake City Finals on May 7 at Rice-Eccles Stadium

Three Supercross Champions (Cooper Webb, Eli Tomac, Jason Anderson) Return to Seek Another Title and Contend with Historically Deep Field

 

Salt Lake City, UT (October 5, 2021) – Feld Entertainment, Inc. in partnership with the Utah Sports Commission announced today that tickets are on sale for the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Season, with the championship series concluding in Salt Lake City at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Saturday, May 7, 2022 as Utah, the “State of Sport” once again hosts the racing Finals.

 

Pre-sale begins today for Supercross Insider preferred customers and will run through next Monday, October 11; tickets will then go public on-sale starting on Tuesday, October 12. Fans can sign up for preferred access or make ticket purchases online at SupercrossLIVE.com.

 

Following modified 2020 and 2021 seasons due to the pandemic, the 17-race schedule returns to its traditional weekend routing format as the series visits 15 cities spread across 13 states including California, Colorado, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Michigan and Washington.

 

Storylines abound for the 2022 Supercross season as the 450SX Class continues to feature what has become an ever-expanding, deep array of talent. Three Supercross champions will be competing for another title – 2x champion Cooper Webb, 2020 champion Eli Tomac and 2018 champion Jason Anderson as both a domestic and international “who’s who” list of competitors vie for their first title – Ken Roczen (Germany), Marvin Musquin (France), Dylan Ferrandis (France), Adam Cianciarulo, Justin Barcia, Aaron Plessinger, Malcolm Stewart and Chase Sexton, all from America.

 

The 250SX Class will see a return of both reigning champions – Justin Cooper (Western Regional) and Colt Nichols (Eastern Regional), while Australian super-star brothers Jett and Hunter Lawrence and Japan’s Jo Shimoda seek their first title.

 

In addition to the World Finale bringing together the top riders in the world to close out the 17-race series throughout the United States, Salt Lake City will also play host to the competitive Dave Coombs Sr. East/West Showdown race which is the only time throughout the season where both the Eastern Regional 250SX Class and Western Regional 250SX Class athletes race together.  This past season, Australian sensation Jett Lawrence took it to the wire and beat both 250SX Class Regional Champions Justin Cooper and Colt Nichols, plus his teammate and brother Hunter while winning his third and final race of the season.

 

Supercross FanFest is currently planned to return to Salt Lake, the expansive outdoor footprint will feature the race team rigs, Monster Energy exhibitions, sponsor displays, photo opportunity set ups, food and beverages, plus the red-carpet styled Ride of Fame.  FanFest tickets are priced at $15 each.

Six Supercross events throughout the season will serve as qualifying rounds for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship.  Athletes competing in the 250SX Futures Class will be awarded points towards their pro Supercross license based on their finishing positions at these Premiere qualifying events.  The top four athletes from each Premiere qualifying race will advance to the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship in Salt Lake City where 24 athletes will vie to become the 250SX Futures Class Champion.

 

Kicking off its 23rd year of racing, KTM Junior Supercross presented by Wells Fargo, will return to competition and the 2022 program will feature participants racing aboard KTM’s highly competitive electric KTM SX-E 5 platform, with a fully solar operational semi and set up.  A fan favorite, KTM Junior Supercross presented by Wells Fargo, will take place at 10 rounds culminating in a championship at the finale in Salt Lake City.  For the program overview please visit www.KTMJrSX.com.  Registration for the 2022 season opens October 15 at KTM Junior Supercross, presented by Wells Fargo – Registration Link.

 

As the pandemic recovery progresses, Supercross is monitoring changes to government mandates, public health guidelines and industry standards and is working closely with our venue partners to adjust protocols for the safety and wellness of guests based on state and local requirements.  Please monitor the venue website Rice-Eccles Stadium for health and safety policies, including face covering and entry requirements, which are subject to change.  For details about Supercross Fan Wellness, please go here.

 

Read the full release here.

Welcome Back to Rice-Eccles Stadium

The long-awaited 2021 Utah Football season kicks off this Thursday, September 2, at 5:30 PM. As fans get ready for the first game against Weber State, be aware of the changes introduced this season, including digital tickets, cashless concessions and more. To help you have the best season ever, here’s everything you need to know before attending a home game at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

 

Ken Garff Red Zone

The wait is over. Welcome to the Ken Garff Red Zone at Rice-Eccles! After nearly 18 months of construction, the $80 million stadium expansion project is complete and ready for the opening football game on Sept. 2.

The Ken Garff Red Zone at Rice-Eccles will enhance the game-day experience and create the ultimate college football atmosphere by offering fans new premium seating, bench seating, and hospitality areas. The debut of the premium seating options, including suite, loge box, ledge, club and premium terrace seats, will allow an additional 4,500 fans to get in on the action.

In addition to the fan experience, the Ken Garff Red Zone will also feature new and improved amenities for athletes, including new locker rooms, sports medicine facilities, hospitality areas, and more. Visit the Ken Garff Red Zone website to learn more.

Also launching in the Ken Garff Red Zone is the U Club, a members-only restaurant and private gathering space. As an extension of ClubCorp, the U Club offers exclusive year-round experiences for the University of Utah community of fans. Additionally, U Club members have access to indulge in a world-class menu ranging from traditional burgers to Italian cuisine crafted by a Michelin-star trained chef from Seattle. Visit the U Club website to learn more and view the discounted membership rates for university employees.

 

Digital Tickets

Beginning this season, all game day tickets and parking permits are digital and accessible through your mobile device. Go to am.ticketmaster.com/utahutes to log into your account and access your tickets.

We highly suggest adding your tickets to your Apple and android wallets, which will allow you to access without wireless service or WIFI. Visit utahtickets.com/managetickets/ to watch instructional videos demonstrating how to add your tickets to Apple and android wallets.

 

Clear Bag Policy

Bags, purses and backpacks are not allowed in the Rice-Eccles Stadium. However, each fan may bring one clear bag no larger than 12 inches x 12 inches x 6 inches. The clear bag can be any style, even a 1-gallon sealable bag, as long as it does not exceed the approved dimensions. Fans may also bring a small clutch or wallet no larger than 6.5″ x 4.5″ for privacy. Diaper bags are also allowed if an infant is present with you. Visit the Clear Bag Policy page to learn more.

 

Cashless Concessions

To reduce touchpoints and increase efficiency with concessions sales, Rice-Eccles Stadium will no longer accept cash as a method of payment. All sales will be completed using credit cards or an applicable phone payment app.

 

Water Bottle Policy

Staying hydrated throughout the game is especially important when the weather reaches high temperatures. Each guest may bring one factory-sealed water bottle (up to one liter). Guests may also bring an empty personal water bottle and fill it up at the water stations are located throughout the concourses at the stadium.

 

Transportation Options

 

UTA Ticket to Ride Program

Did you know your game day ticket also serves as your pass to ride UTA buses, TRAX and FrontRunner trains for free on game days? Football fans can easily avoid the stress of traffic, parking and road closures by riding UTA TRAX to the Rice-Eccles Stadium. A Red Line station is located directly across the West Stadium Lot. Visit rideuta.com to learn more about UTA TRAX routes and schedules.

 

Fan Parking

Fans must pay $20 per game to park in the following lots (highlighted in yellow):

  • Merrill Engineering Lot (Lot 39)
  • Kennecott Building Lot (Lot 44)
  • Sorenson Lot (Lot 32)
  • USTAR Lot (Lot 46)
  • Eccles Broadcast Lot (Lot 27)

 

RV owners must pay $80 per game to park in the following lots (highlighted in yellow):

  • Merrill Engineering Lot (Lot 39)
  • Kennecott Building Lot (Lot 44)
  • Sorenson Lot (Lot 32)
  • USTAR Lot (Lot 46)
  • Eccles Broadcast Lot (Lot 27)

 

General parking is available in the following lots (outlined in black):

  • Student Services Lot (Lot 33)
  • Naval Science Lot (Lot 34)
  • Northwest Garage (Lot 38)
  • ACC Garage (Lot 45)
  • East Wasatch Lot (Lot 47)

 

Fans with parking permits, such as Crimson Club members, must park in their assigned lot (highlighted in green/yellow).

Transportation Impacts & Options on Football Game Days

As thousands of Ute fans return to the U for the highly anticipated 2021 football season, be aware of the transportation impacts that may affect your commute to and from each game. Fans traveling to the Rice-Eccles Stadium should prepare for traffic delays, limited parking and road closures. 

UTA TICKET TO RIDE PROGRAM

Did you know your game day ticket also serves as your pass to ride UTA buses, TRAX and FrontRunner trains for free on game days? Football fans can easily avoid the stress of traffic, parking and road closures by riding UTA TRAX to the Rice-Eccles Stadium. A Red Line station is located directly across the West Stadium Lot. Visit rideuta.com to learn more about UTA TRAX routes and schedules.

ROAD CLOSURES AND IMPACTS

The far-right (north) westbound lane on 500 South will be closed on game days beginning at 6 a.m. After each game ends, all lanes on 500 South will be closed for one hour as fans exit campus.

 
  • The north section of Guardsman Way will be closed 3 hours before kick-off and will reopen when the game begins. Pedestrians may access Guardsman Way during the road closure. Cyclists must dismount and walk their bicycles when traveling on Guardsman Way during this three-hour closure.
  • The road shoulders on Guardsman Way will be closed on game day at 6 a.m. and will reopen when the game begins. The sidewalk will remain open. See the map below.

VEHICLE PARKING IMPACTS

In preparation for the mass of fans parking on campus, all vehicles must vacate the Stadium Lot (Lot 1), East Stadium Lot (Lot 9) and the Guardsman Lot (Lot 40) by 10:00 p.m. the day prior to game day. On weekday game days, every parking lot must be vacated 5 hours before kick-off. Violators will be fined or towed at their own expense. Employees should consult with their managers to determine if working from home is a possibility. Bicycle parking is available throughout campus.  Visit map.utah.edu to find free bicycle parking near the Rice-Eccles Stadium.

  • FAN PARKING OPTIONS

    Fans must pay $20 per game to park in the following lots (highlighted in yellow):

  • Merrill Engineering Lot (Lot 39)
  • Kennecott Building Lot (Lot 44)
  • Sorenson Lot (Lot 32)
  • USTAR Lot (Lot 46)
  • Eccles Broadcast Lot (Lot 27)

 

RV owners must pay $80 per game to park in the following lots (highlighted in yellow):

  • Merrill Engineering Lot (Lot 39)
  • Kennecott Building Lot (Lot 44)
  • Sorenson Lot (Lot 32)
  • USTAR Lot (Lot 46)
  • Eccles Broadcast Lot (Lot 27)

 

General parking is available in the following lots (outlined in black):

  • Student Services Lot (Lot 33)
  • Naval Science Lot (Lot 34)
  • Northwest Garage (Lot 38)
  • ACC Garage (Lot 45)
  • East Wasatch Lot (Lot 47)
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Fans with parking permits, such as Crimson Club members, must park in their assigned lot (highlighted in green/yellow).

RIDESHARE PICK-UP/DROP-OFF LOCATION

The pick-up and drop-off zone for rideshare services is on University Street between 300 South and Presidents Circle.