Does Beaver Stadium sell alcohol?

There’s already been talk about serving alcohol inside of Beaver Stadium as part of the expansion plan. Starting with one game this season will be a good way to test and see how it goes. The university has already started alcohol sales at concerts held at Beaver Stadium and the Bryce Jordan Center.

Do they sell alcohol at Notre Dame Stadium?

A: Yes, there are numerous concession stands in the stadium and around campus for the purchase of food and beverages. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted or sold in the stadium.

Do college basketball games serve alcohol?

In-venue alcohol sales are now permitted at most postseason bowl games, and the NCAA (never known to let a cash cow go un-milked) no longer bans alcohol sales at its championship events. Of course, there is no secret as to why an increasing number of schools have jumped on the beer-sales wagon.

Do they sell beer at Michigan stadium?

Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State, and Wisconsin are the remaining Big Ten schools to not sell alcohol to the general public during football games.

What Big Ten schools sell beer at football games?

Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers, and Minnesota are the other seven schools within the conference that sell beer and wine during home football games.

Can you sell beer at NCAA events?

According to university-wide alcohol policy, no alcoholic beverages are permitted within the confines of campus athletic facilities during sporting events. Game attendees with premium tickets are allowed to have alcohol in their personal suites.

Can you tailgate at Notre Dame?

Player Walk — Fans have the chance to meet the Notre Dame football team up close two hours before every home game. Tailgating Spots — Tailgating takes place at several places throughout Notre Dame’s campus, but the tailgate scene is centered on the parking lots just south of Notre Dame Stadium and the Joyce Center.

Can you drink at Michigan stadium?

That leaves Nebraska and Michigan as the only conference schools remaining totally dry on game days. By some estimates, more than 60 universities across the NCAA Division I landscape now allow alcohol sales for football games, either throughout the full stadium or in select premium seating and suite areas.