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October 10 is Band Day and Second Home Football Game

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
New marching band, former Drum and Bugle Corps members will be recognized during the football game.  
Marian University will play its second home game on October 10 at St.Vincent Health Field on campus. The Knights take on Saint Xavier University at noon (note early kickoff). Individual tickets for home games are $5; there is no charge for children three and under or for faculty, staff, and students with a Marian University ID. There is NO reserve seating; all seats are general admission. A special performance of the alumni Drum and Bugle Corps is planned at halftime, which will also feature performances by several high school bands with the marching Knights. Visit ourFacebook page for more event information, or contact Margaret Kluesener at 317.955.6209 The following ticket packages are also available using theonline order form:M-Club Hospitality Package $250, includes two season tickets, two hospitality passes, and one parking passFamily Pack $50, includes two adult season tickets and two season tickets for children 12 and underSeason tickets $15 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under The hospitality area includes food, beverages, and an elevated covered viewing platform with tables and chairs.  On-campus parking will be available only to those with Marian University parking tags, e.g., students, faculty, and staff or special permits approved by Campus Police. All others will be directed to park at the nearby Lake Sullivan Sports Complex. The parking fee is $5 per car. A shuttle service will bring people from the Lake Sullivan Sports Complex to campus and return them after the game. Limited tailgate parking is still available in designated lots on campus. No charcoal grills will be allowed and alcohol will be permitted only in these designated tailgating areas or at catered events.   For more information about tickets, parking, and tailgating, contact Brad Edmondson at 317.955.6201

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