121st Monon Bell Classic Info• November 11, 2014 Share:
Parking Information for the 121st Monon Bell Classic
(Saturday, November 15, 2014 at Wabash College)
All parking lots on the Wabash College campus are first-come first-served for Monon Bell Saturday with the following exceptions:
Knowling Fieldhouse Lot (lot closest to the Fieldhouse and Stadium): This lot will be closed to public parking beginning Thursday, November 13 to allow the AXS TV truck available space to set up and park for the game broadcast. This lot will be available to media members and television crew members with Monon Bell parking passes only. All other vehicles will be towed from this lot beginning Thursday. There is no tailgating allowed in this parking lot.
Fine Arts Lot (parking area off Grant Street south of the Fine Arts building): This lot is reserved for DePauw tailgating. No setup can take place prior to Friday, November 14 at 5 p.m. to keep the lot available for use of students, faculty, and staff needing access to the Fine Arts Center. Tailgating is allowed in this parking lot.
Parking Lots Near Campus
Boy Scout Troop 318 will organize parking at several lots near the Wabash campus. This parking is free and available on a first-come first-served basis. A good will donation to the Scout Troop is encouraged. A map of available lots is shown below or can be downloaded here. Members of the troop will be stationed at various locations (shown on the map) to assist in guiding fans to the available parking lots for the game.
REMINDER – While there are no restrictions regarding alcohol for those of legal age at tailgates for the Monon Bell, local and state police officers will be stationed throughout the tailgating area to maintain a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all fans attending the game. Proper identification will be necessary and enforced by authorities. No alcohol or other dangerous items will be allowed inside the stadium. Officers will enforce this at the gated entrances to the facility.
There is no re-entry to the game. Gates will open at 11 a.m.
Yellow painted curbs are tow-away zones on campus. This will be strictly enforced on game day.
Fewer than 900 tickets remain for the Wabash side of the stadium for Saturday’s game. Tickets may be purchased by visiting the Bookstore in the basement of the Sparks Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today through Friday or until the game is sold out. Tickets may also be purchased online at the Bookstore web site.
Kickoff for the 121st meeting between Wabash and DePauw is set for 1:07 p.m. The game will be broadcast live by AXS TV with the pregame beginning at 1 p.m. Nearly 60 telecast viewing parties will take place around the country. Information regarding those parties is available here. WNDY Radio (91.3 FM) will provide on-air and online coverage beginning at 12:30 p.m.