WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 2014
FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL STADIUM

Capital One FanFest opens at 9am

Gates are scheduled to open at 11am

Kickoff is scheduled to start at 1pm

PARKING NEAR THE STADIUM WILL SELL OUT
On game day, all Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium parking lots are reserved for permit parking only. There are a limited number of parking spaces still available through clickandpark.com or by calling 866-330-7275. No traffic will be permitted on the surrounding stadium roads on game day without pre-paid permits. Parking lots open at 7am.

There will be a few cash lots south of SR408, surrounding Jones High School, however, no alcohol or tobacco products are allowed in these lots.

Guests should be advised that parking in private lots around the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium is AT THEIR OWN RISK. It is recommended to take the free shuttle if you do not have a prepaid permit.

FREE SHUTTLE INFORMATION
Visit downtown before and after the game, and take advantage of the free shuttle to and from the stadium. There are also lots of dining options on Church St and Orange Ave, near the shuttle sites.
The three convenient shuttle sites listed below provide easy access to I-4 and SR 408. Drop off at the stadium is at Nashville Ave and Church St, one block from the stadium.

SITE 1, 528 West Central Blvd: Pickup begins at 8:30am. This is also the ADA lot with dedicated buses for transportation convenience. Parking in the surrounding lots is $10.

SITE 2, 100 South Hughey Ave: Pickup begins at 8:30am. Parking in the nearby lots under I-4 and in the Church St Garage is $15.

SITE 3, Geico Garage 100 West South St: Pickup begins at 8:30am. Convenient access to all major roadways. Parking in the Geico Garage is $10.

END OF GAME: The drop off point at the end of the game is on Division Ave between Central Blvd and Church St, within one block of all of the pickup locations. Staff will be on hand to assist. The ADA buses will drop off at their pickup site.

PROHIBITED ITEMS
No outside food or drink, carts, tents, large backpacks, coolers, umbrellas, air horns, megaphones, hard containers, poles longer than 12", posters larger than 11”x17”, video cameras, cameras with detachable lenses greater than 6”, laptops, pets (except assistive animals), lasers, weapons, fireworks, skates, skateboards, cycles, recreational equipment, unauthorized solicitation, handbills, giveaways or samplings.

CAMERA POLICY
Small cameras are allowed. No professional photo, video or audio equipment will be permitted during the game (no detachable lenses, lenses longer than 6”, tripods or big zooms).