Wednesday, August 13, 2014

UA creates 'Razorback Rooftop" for students at Fayetteville games

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click to enlarge UP ON THE ROOF: A view from on high, and other entertainment, is part of the pitch for new student seating at Razorback football games in Fayetteivlle. - UA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
  • UA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
  • UP ON THE ROOF: A view from on high, and other entertainment, is part of the pitch for new student seating at Razorback football games in Fayetteivlle.

The Razorback Athletic Department announced yesterday a new premium seating area for students — the Razorback Rooftop on top of the deck of the south end zone.

The club will include two 20 ft. x 80 ft. tents that will house a live DJ, couches, TVs, high-top tables, with grab-and-go concession items available for purchase. While in the club, students will have chances to register to win great prizes and take part in other contests.

The Razorback Rooftop will be open to students who are current Access Pass holders who present their student ID and have a designated wristband. Up to 2,000 wristbands will be made available for each home game. 

I don't believe the grab-and-go stuff will include that highly popular student commodity.

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