I talked to my rep about the tailgate area, P19 will be the unofficial tailgate area !http://www.ticats.ca/parking [url=http://cfl.assets.mrx.ca/ham/images/2013/campus-map-2013fanparkingfinal2013040108.jpg]http://cfl.assets.mrx.ca/ham/images/201 ... 040108.jpg[/url]
Your rep. officially told you where the unofficial tailgate area was. My mind is spinning.
Trunk liquor friendly?
My rep told me that we would be able to tailgate there as usual like we did in Lot J.
A tailgate party is a social event held on and around the open tailgate of a vehicle. Tailgating, often involves consuming beverages and grilling food. Tailgate parties usually occur in the parking lots at stadiums and arenas, before and occasionally after games and concerts. People attending such a party are said to be tailgating. Many people participate even if their vehicles do not have tailgates.
Tailgate parties have spread to the pre-game festivities at sporting events besides football, such as basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball, and also occur at non-sporting events such as weddings and barbecues.
In schools and communities throughout Canada, there are athletic departments, coaches and parents of student athletes who rely on post-game tailgating parties to build community and support for their program and team. Smaller, underfunded programs are assisted by the voluntary participation of parents and friends to feed the team and coaching staff post-competition, which establishes a strong core of support year after year.
All tailgating is not created equally. I'm not expecting Ann Arbour but did people actually drink beer out in the open in the past?
Nope, just pops and who the hell is Ann Arbour
I've had some great times tailgating the past few years in Lot J. People start arriving in the lot way before game time (4+ hours before for certain games), with most groups having a typical setup of BBQ's, tents, and lawn chairs. As long as you poured your drink into an opaque plastic cup, and cleaned up any bottles or cans, police never had an issue with it. One labour day the group I was with even brought a keg to the tailgate, still no issues with the police.
I'm hoping/expecting that the same rules will apply in Guelph, but I guess that is up to the Guelph police to decide.
LOL... some people just don't get the whole tailgate experience TC23..... Lot J rocks!!!!