12:30 PM Hawk Walk
1:00 PM Gates Open
2:20 PM Hawkeye Marching Band Pre-Game Show
2:25 PM Football Intro Video
2:33 PM Swarm
2:40 PM Kick-off
4:00 PM Halftime: HMB Show & HOF Recognition
6:30 PM Post-game with Coach Ferentz
WHAT’S NEW IN 2021
- ALCOHOL sales in Kinnick Stadium
- MOBILE TICKETING and parking
- New stadium map and ENTRY GATES
- All concession stands and parking will be CASHLESS
Entry into Kinnick Stadium is only allowed via Gates A, B, H, I, and M.
Gate A: South end of the stadium
Gate B: Southwest corner of the stadium
Gate H: Northwest corner of the stadium
Gate I: Northeast corner of the stadium
ALCOHOL AT KINNICK STADIUM
Beer, wine, & hard seltzers will be sold inside Kinnick Stadium through the UI pilot program. Outside alcohol of any kind is not permitted inside Kinnick Stadium.
- You must be 21 to purchase alcohol. No exceptions.
- A valid ID is required for every sale.
- Limit two (2) drinks per transaction.
- No sales or service to anyone believed to be or who is visibly intoxicated.
- Underage drinking is illegal.
- Purchasing or providing alcohol to minors is illegal.
- Guests who violate this policy may be ejected and risk arrest and loss of ticket privileges.
- Sales will start when the gates or doors open.
- Sales will end at the beginning of the 4th Quarter.
Beer, wine, and hard seltzers will be sold during games or events.
A valid, government-issued ID with a photograph is required, e.g., a driver’s license, state-issued ID card, passport, or military ID.
Student and University IDs are not accepted.
You may purchase up to two (2) beverages in one transaction with a valid ID. You may not combine purchases for multiple people in one transaction, if doing so exceeds the two drink limit.
Any beer, wine or hard seltzer beverages offered for sale will be dispensed in University-issued cups or in cans or plastic bottles that must be opened prior to being served to the purchaser.
All persons are strictly prohibited from throwing cups, cans, or bottles, using them as projectiles or weapons, or otherwise handling them in a way that disrupts or interferes with any athletics game or event. Any person violating this rule is subject to arrest, removal from the athletics facility and a loss of ticket privileges. Student and University faculty and staff may also face University sanctions or disciplinary action.
No. Certain stands will remain alcohol-free and designated concession stands will serve alcohol.
We will continue our existing initiatives to ensure a safe fan experience for all guests. We will assess our efforts as needed and will make any adjustments.
All persons are expected to act and drink responsibly. No alcohol will be sold to any person believed to be intoxicated. Event security and University Police will monitor the stadium to ensure an effective law enforcement response should incidents occur. Intoxicated or disruptive fans may be ejected, detained or arrested if the circumstances warrant.
You are encouraged to report any misconduct or unruly behavior at (319) 384-3000. You can also report issues by sending a text message to 69050; type the word Iowa followed by the issue and location.
No. Aramark, our concessions vendor, will manage the responsible sale and service of alcohol in Iowa Athletics facilities. Aramark adheres to stringent standards that comply with all applicable laws.
Aramark employees and volunteers will undergo alcohol service training such as TEAM (Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management).
There will not be areas or sections of Kinnick Stadium where alcohol consumption is prohibited; however, certain areas of the concourse and concessions stands—including those near the student section—will not sell alcohol.
No. Alcoholic beverages—opened or unopened—are not permitted upon entry into the stadium.
No. All beverages must be consumed or discarded before leaving the stadium or arena.
While the University of Iowa appreciates the sentiments expressed by the mayor, his order does not and cannot apply to the University of Iowa. As a state agency, the university must comply with state law and our governing body, the Board of Regents, State of Iowa. The Iowa City mask mandate recently put in place does not apply to Kinnick Stadium and other UI athletics facilities. The University of Iowa strongly encourages the use of face masks, especially when in the classroom and office hours, but it is not required.
“I’m going to continue to encourage every student, coach, staff member, and Hawkeye fan to get vaccinated until we can beat this virus. I also strongly encourage fans to wear a mask to Hawkeye Football games this fall.”Gary Barta, Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie Director of Athletics Chair
In order to provide a safe, in-person gameday experience, the University of Iowa Athletic Department will continue to rely on guidance from the Board of Regents, State of Iowa; the Iowa and Johnson County departments of public health; the Big Ten Conference; and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At this time, masks are not required for those who have been vaccinated.
GAMEDAY A - Z
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the Athletic Ticket Office.
Accessible Entrances and Elevators
To access the accessible seats in the north end zone, please utilize the two accessible entrances with elevators located off of Evashevski Drive on the north side of Kinnick Stadium. All other accessible seats are located on the concourse level and are accessible from any of the gates.
ADA accessible seating, as well as companion seating, is available at Kinnick Stadium. People with mobility impairment who require accessible seating are permitted to purchase tickets for accessible seats. This may include people who use wheelchairs, those who use other mobility devices, and people who cannot climb steps or walk long distances. Tickets for accessible seats may be sold to individuals who require accessible seating themselves or to someone purchasing on their behalf. Accessible seating can be purchased through the UI Athletics Ticket Office.
For information related to ADA Parking and Shuttles, please visit Parking ADA.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices (ALD) are available for check-out at Guest Services located in the south Concourse near Section 213 next to the First Aid Station.
Closed captioning is available on the video boards on the north and south ends of the stadium.
Service animals are permitted inside Iowa Athletics facilities for all games and events. Pets are prohibited.
- Blankets and seat cushions (without back support)
- Factory-sealed water bottles or empty, refillable bottles – Limit one (1), and no larger than one (1) gallon.
Items allowed after proper inspection at any gate:
- Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC that do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″
- Binocular cases
- Breast pumps (for nursing mothers; bags subject to search and will be tagged at gate)
* Please see Lactation/Nursing Mothers below for more information on available lactation areas.
- Clutch bags that do not exceed 4.5″ x 6.5″ (with or without a handle or strap)
- Diaper bag (items are subject to search and will be tagged at gate)
- Food items that are in a clear storage bag (Ziploc or similar – no larger than one  gallon)
- Medically necessary items (items are subject to search and will be tagged at gate)
- One-gallon clear plastic bag (Ziploc or similar)
See also: Prohibited Items
Three ATMs are located inside Kinnick Stadium outside Section 129 in the West Concourse, Section 216 in the South Concourse, and between Section 140 and 101 in the northeast corner of Kinnick Stadium.
Cashless Concessions & Parking
New this season, all concession stands will be cashless. Only credit or debit cards will be accepted.
Twenty concession stands are located throughout the concourse of Kinnick Stadium.
Additionally, all day-of-game parking locations will be cashless in 2021. Credit cards will be the only accepted form of payment on game day. Learn more about Cashless Parking.
- Personal chairbacks are prohibited
- Reserve a chairback in advance or rent one on gameday. Supplies are limited. Reservations are recommended.
- To reserve a chairback, or if your chairback needs maintenance contact:
- Single game chairback rentals are available on gameday for $8, while supplies last
- Customer Service booths will be available on gameday at the following locations: Gate H, Gate I, and Gate M
Clear Bag Policy / Inspection Policy
Please follow the instructions of security personnel and event management staff at each gate. All guests will be subject to security screening prior to entry inside Kinnick Stadium, along with inspection of all approved clear bags and carry-in items.
Purses, handbags, backpacks, and cinch bags will NOT be permitted. In order to provide the safest environment possible, the University of Iowa limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into Kinnick Stadium on gameday.
FAN CODE OF CONDUCT
To ensure that all patrons have a pleasant game day experience, each patron should act responsibly and be considerate of others. Ticket holders should also be sensitive to the behavior of their guests. The following acts or types of behavior by any stadium visitor, employee or ticketed patron will not be tolerated:
- Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature.
- Possessing and/or concealing a firearm, explosives or other weapons (weapons carried with permits are also prohibited).
- Possessing or using illegal drugs.
- Attempting to sit in a location other than the guest’s ticketed seat.
- Unreasonably obstructing the view of other patrons.
- Fighting, taunting, or any action that may harm or endanger others.
- Harassing or threatening other patrons, stadium staff, players or game officials.
- Projecting images onto players, coaches, officials, broadcast or network employees or other sideline personnel by aiming a laser pointer, spotlight or other such device at them.
- Intoxication or other signs of alcohol and drug impairment that result in irresponsible behavior. (Intoxicated patrons will not be admitted to the stadium.)
- Offensive language or obscene gestures, to include the use of such language or gestures concerning a person’s race, ethnicity, color, gender, religion, creed, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or national origin; or to instigate, incite or encourage a confrontation or physical assault.
- Nudity – to include the removal of shirts, blouses and other items of apparel that may offend others.
- Committing sexual acts or exhibiting lewd behavior.
- Smoking or use of any kind of tobacco.
- Liquor violations.
- Underage consumption of alcohol.
- Throwing objects (including beach balls).
- Entering the sideline area or playing field (trespassing).
- Failing to follow the instructions of stadium personnel.
- Any other acts or behavior that, in the judgement of Athletics Event Management, poses a threat to other patrons or diminishes their enjoyment of the game.
Whether or not certain types of behavior and/or acts are inappropriate or offensive to others may depend on one’s perspective and values. Athletics Event Management reserves the right to deem an act or exhibited behavior to be inappropriate and to act accordingly.
Fans in need of assistance should contact a member of the stadium staff. Fans may also call the Gameday Hotline at 319-384-3000. You an also report issues by sending a text message to 69050; type the word Iowa followed by the issue and location.
Fans who fail to comply with stadium policies are subject to a warning, ejection or arrest. Acts such as fighting, being abusive to others, being intoxicated, throwing objects or committing other acts that may injure other patrons or disrupt the progress of the game may result in ejection and/or arrest without prior warning. Violations by ticket holders may result in the revocation of ticket privileges.
Enforcement of the Fan Code of Conduct includes all stadium parking and tailgate areas. Violations of the Fan Code of Conduct within these areas may result in loss of parking privileges.
Two (2) first aid stations are located in the north end zone concourse near Section 133 and in the south end zone near Section 212.
Fans in need of assistance should contact a member of the event management or security staff. Fans may also call the gameday hotline at 319-384-3000.
You an also report issues by sending a text message to 69050; type the word Iowa followed by the issue and location.
Guest Services is located in the south concourse of Kinnick Stadium outside Section 213, next to the Ticket Office and South First Aid Station.
Krause Family Plaza is located on the south side of Kinnick Stadium, outside of Gate A. The Plaza is open to the general public prior to the game, until the Hawk Walk (two hours before kickoff). Following the Hawk Walk, Krause Family Plaza will be cleared of all fans. The plaza will then serve as an extension of Kinnick stadium, and a game ticket will be required in order to access the space.
A lactation room is available for use inside Kinnick Stadium located near Section 133 in the north end zone concourse next to the North First Aid Station.
During the game, items will be located at the UI Police Headquarters in Section 123.
After the game, call 319-384-2797 for items.
In the event of a lost person or child, please go to the UI Police Headquarters in Section 123 or find the nearest Iowa Athletics or security staff to assist you. You may also reach out via the gameday hotline at 319-384-3000.
In order to enhance customer service and flexibility, mobile parking passes will replace printed hangtags for all vehicles except those receiving passes for RVs or those receiving a pass for a reserved space in Lot 43W. Mobile parking passes will be scanned on fans’ smartphones to access parking lots. Printed PDF tickets and parking passes will not be accepted on game day. Learn more about how to purchase, download, and access mobile parking passes.
To avoid issues on game day, please download and save your parking pass in advance, as venue connectivity can vary. Do not print out your mobile parking pass as printed mobile passes will not be accepted.
TIPS FOR GAMEDAY
1) Access your parking pass(es) through My Account page at least 24 hours prior to game.
2) Download and save your pass(es) to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay.
3) Make sure your phone is fully charged.
4) Have your pass(es) ready to be scanned before arriving at the lot.
Visit the Promotional Materials page for up-to-date information regarding posters and schedule card availability.
Note: There are no schedule magnets for the 2021 season.
The following items are not allowed inside Kinnick Stadium. Admission will be denied to anyone carrying the following items:
- Alcoholic beverages
- Backpacks, purses, handbags and/or cinch bags
- Banners and signs
- Coolers, kegs, glass containers, CamelBak or other backpack style hydration systems, or refillable water bottles over 1 gallon.
- Large lens cameras (6″ or more) or tripods
- Noisemakers, horns, bugles or any disruptive devices
- Non-service animals
- Personal chairbacks
- Tobacco of any kind (including e-cigarettes)
- Video cameras
- Weapons of any kind
– Iowa Athletics reserves the right to prohibit any item deemed dangerous or inhibiting the overall fan experience –
See also: Allowed Items
Patrons will not be permitted to exit & re-enter Kinnick Stadium, including stadium exits from Krause Family Plaza and premium areas.
Any person buying tickets except from the UI Athletic Ticket Office, or through StubHub, the official secondary marketplace of the Iowa Hawkeyes, does so at their own risk.
TICKET REVOCATION POLICY
The University of Iowa has a long-standing history of promoting good sports-like conduct, appropriate fan behavior and providing an environment that is safe and enjoyable for all events sponsored by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. All spectators who engage in unruly or disruptive behavior, or participate in illegal conduct are subject to ejection from all athletic events. Ticket holders are responsible both for their own conduct and the conduct of those who use their tickets to gain admission to athletic events. This also applies to tickets sold on the unauthorized secondary market (internet auction site, ticket broker, etc.). Ticket holders to all University of Iowa athletic events purchase, hold and use their tickets subject to compliance with the following policy:
LETTER OF WARNING – A letter of warning may be issued by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics to any ticket holder whose ticket is used to gain admission by any individual who is subsequently ejected from the event by law enforcement, security or event personnel for any reason. In the case of severe conduct or repeat ejections, the ticket purchaser’s ability to purchase tickets in the future may be restricted or revoked.
REVOCATION OF TICKET(S) – The ticket used by an individual to gain admission to an athletic event may be revoked for the remainder of that current sport season for, but not limited to, any of the following conduct or offenses committed within the confines of any University of Iowa Athletic facility:
- Transport to a health care facility by law enforcement or EMS for incapacitation due to excessive drunkenness or the use of illegal drugs;
- Citation or arrest for throwing objects, resisting arrest/obstruction, battery, public urination or disorderly conduct involving violent or indecent behavior;
- Arrest for any violation of the Code of Iowa.
- Any violation of the Iowa Athletics Fan Code of Conduct Policy.
Any such revocation of ticket(s) will include a refund of the purchase price of the ticket(s) on a pro rata basis for the remaining events included in the ticket package. In the case of repeat revocations, the ticket purchaser’s ability to purchase tickets in the future may be restricted or revoked. Questions concerning this policy should be directed to Marcus Wilson, Senior Associate Director of Athletics at 319-335-9247.