No. 15 Texas Football vs. No. 12 West Virginia
presented by Living Spaces
Saturday, Nov. 3 / 2:30 p.m. Central
Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium
YOUR NEW TEXAS FOOTBALL GAMEDAY EXPERIENCE IS HERE! NO GAME TICKET REQUIRED!
Bevo Blvd., an action-filled pregame street party, opens four hours prior to kickoff with Texas-sized fun for Longhorns fans of all ages. The fun includes the Bevo XV Parade presented by Texas Farm Bureau Insurance; the Football team’s arrival at the Stadium Stampede; happy hour pricing on domestic/premium beers and wine spritzers; food trucks, giant LED screens, interactive games, photo ops with Texas traditions, autographs with select teams and coaches, and exclusive merchandise from a variety of best-in-class brands. Bevo Blvd. is free for all fans; no game ticket is required! (All activities and timeline subject to change.) Bevo Blvd. closes 30 minutes prior to kickoff to allow fans with game tickets time to enter the stadium to see the Longhorn Band’s pregame performance.
Texas Football gamedays are now the center of the “Live Music Capital of the World” with Longhorn City Limits, the new pregame concert series on the LBJ Lawn. Musical guests for the Nov. 3 concert are singer-songwriter Hayes Carll (12:45 p.m.), along with Texas native Dalton Domino (11:15 a.m.). Longhorn City Limits is free and open to the public, and lawn chair/picnic blanket friendly. (No dogs, please.)
Each year as part of its Veterans Recognition Day, Texas Athletics pays special tribute to those who have served our country. Pregame activities include commemorative coins and camo caps distributed to veterans on Bevo Blvd.; a pregame flyover by the U.S. Air Force 87th Flying Training Squadron; and a halftime jump by the U.S. Army’s Golden Knights parachute team following a special performance by the Longhorn Band.
Inside the stadium, Texas Athletics introduces “fan first” concessions pricing. The new “fan first” menu lowers food and beverage prices by an average of 30 percent on 10 of the most popular gameday concessions items, including soft drinks, bottled water, candy, popcorn, hot dogs, nachos, and peanuts. The new pricing allows a family of four to purchase a typical gameday meal for $28 or less.
Celebrate sustainability by helping Texas Athletics compete in the GameDay Recycling Challenge, a nationwide competition among universities to reduce and recycle the waste generated at football games! Join us in the fight to tackle zero waste by disposing of your “trash” properly: Glass, aluminum and plastic are recyclables; food, paper, napkins and utensils go in the compost bins. (Did you know that Texas Athletics has a food recovery program? In 2017, we donated over 3,000 meals to Central Texas families in need after football home games. After four football games in 2018, we have already donated 2,341 meals!)
Tickets for the last home game of the season vs. Iowa State on Nov. 17 are still available at TexasSports.com/tickets or 512-471-3333.
For more details, please visit TexasSports.com/gameday.