ROSE BOWL STADIUM, CITY PREPARES FOR CLASSIC UCLA-USC
FOOTBALL RIVALRY GAME
Calif.–The Rose Bowl Stadium, www.rosebowlstadium.com, home to UCLA
Football, will host the team’s annual rivalry football game against USC on
Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016 with an official kick-off time of 7:30 p.m., PST.
Police Department, UCLA and the Rose Bowl Stadium urge fans to plan their trips
in advance. Arrive early and consider
either carpooling, taking shuttle buses or utilizing other means of shared
transportation to alleviate travel time, traffic and other delays to entering
the Arroyo Seco.
The Rose Bowl Stadium is a “Clear
Bag Venue” and all bags entering the stadium will need to comply with the
policy. To ensure being in their seats
for kickoff, patrons should allow for extra time to pass through security
screening and are encouraged to visit the Rose Bowl Stadium website, www.rosebowlstadium.com for a
complete list of stadium rules, tailgating policies, parking information and
On game day, follow the Rose Bowl
Stadium’s social media sites, Facebook & Twitter for updated information: Rose Bowl Stadium
https://twitter.com/RoseBowlStadium @RoseBowlStadium https://www.facebook.com/RoseBowlStadium
main Twitter accounts:
General Parking lots open at 1:30
p.m., PST, six (6) hours prior to kick off, including RV and parking for
disabled patrons. ADA-handicapped parking
is available at various locations at the Rose Bowl Stadium.
is no space to wait on public streets adjacent to the Rose Bowl prior to the
save time on event day, patrons can pre-purchase parking passes online here:
overnight parking is prohibited, including overnight RV parking. All parking is first-come, first-served. All parking lots close 90 minutes after the game’s
Free shuttle buses, as a convenience are
offered. It is strongly recommended that fans take advantage of originating
from Old Pasadena at the Parsons Engineering parking lot, at Union Street and
Shuttle buses begin running to the Rose Bowl
Stadium beginning four (4) hours prior to kick off and continuing 90
minutes after the end of the game. Parking
is available at Parsons Engineering, or in any nearby parking lot in Old
Pasadena. Parking fees average $15 per
car, or more.
Public transportation is a great alternative for getting to the game. Take
the Metro Gold Line light rail to the Memorial Park Station in Pasadena, conveniently
located two blocks from the free shuttle to the Rose Bowl Stadium.
Gold Line Info online: https://www.metro.net/riding/maps/gold-line/
Carpooling is crucial.
The small difference between four people versus
three people riding in a car results in 8,000 fewer vehicles on the road,
greatly streamlining traffic and parking.
If you do plan to drive, do not use your GPS
device for navigation to the stadium.
Temporary road closures and barricades will be in effect that may not
show up on smart phone GPS-enable devices.
Follow directions via local signage, electronic message boards and
traffic safety officers.
Tailgating is an enjoyable part of the game day fan
experience. UCLA and the Rose Bowl
Stadium are committed to creating a fan-friendly environment that is safe for
all to enjoy. We ask that all patrons
observe established guidelines and rules, drinking games and mass consumption
are not permitted throughout the event.
More details can be found online at www.rosebowlstadium.com. Alcohol consumption is not permitted in the
parking lots after kick-off. Any persons
remaining in the parking lots consuming alcohol after the game starts may be
The Rose Bowl
Stadium and UCLA Athletics are committed to serving their fans by providing a
safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience in and around the stadium on game
must adhere to the Southern California Fan Code of Conduct to ensure that their
experiences are consistent with our commitment. Full details on conduct and prohibited items are
available on the stadium’s website.
with this effort, you will notice that during game day the lower Arroyo parking
lots and Rose Bowl Stadium will have a heightened security presence including
assistance from federal, state, and local agencies.
Lt. Vasken Gourdikian
(626) 744-7875 AND Meredith Thomas,
Rose Bowl Stadium, (626) 577-3100