Get Ready for LSU vs. Florida State Matchup With Camping World Kickoff Ultimate Game Day Guide - Plan Ahead - Arrive Early - Be Patient for this Sunday, September 3rd Game




Plan Ahead - Arrive Early - Be Patient for this Sunday, September 3rd Game


ORLANDO, FLORIDA [August 31, 2023] – The showdown of the south is only three days away when the #5 LSU Tigers and #8 Florida State Seminoles face off at Camping World Kickoff. To ensure an unrivaled game day experience, fans are encouraged to prepare their game plan before visiting Camping World Stadium this Sunday, September 3. This guide serves as the ultimate insider playbook. Most importantly, fans should PLAN AHEADARRIVE EARLY and BE PATIENT.


Camping World Stadium on-site parking is SOLD OUT on game day. Fans should purchase parking in downtown Orlando and take the free shuttle to/from the event. Visit the stadium's Camping World Kickoff Game Day Guide for more information. For patrons traveling in vehicles to downtown Orlando, the City of Orlando encourages fans to utilize Waze and should consider planning their path of travel based on where they will park and use the parking location address to navigate.


For the latest Camping World Kickoff developments, fans should follow the hashtag #CWKOGamePlan across social media platforms.


Also, be advised road closures will be in place around downtown Orlando beginning tomorrow, Friday, September 1 for Camping World Kickoff festivities and around Camping World Stadium this Sunday, September 3, beginning at 2 p.m. ET. Detour signs will be clearly posted before and along detour routes.







Arrive early at the stadium to prevent delays (arrive at least 2 hours in advance of kickoff)


-Mobile Ticketing:            Download game ticket(s) to your smartphone wallet for speedier entry // Visit mobile ticketing guide

-Bag Policy:                     Leave large bags at home. Visit stadium’s clear bag policy 

-Prohibited Items:            Visit stadium’s prohibited items list

-Transportation:               Make your transportation plans from the variety of options // View transportation options

-Downtown Parking:        Prepay downtown Orlando parking // download permit to your smartphone wallet for speedier entry

-Stadium Parking:            Pre-paid parking map // download permit to your smartphone wallet for speedier entry

-Shuttle Service:              Shuttle service map // includes pick-up and drop-off locations 

-Rideshare:                       Visit rideshare location

-Micro-Mobility:                Scooters & electric bikes hub // Church Street & Nashville Avenue // View micro-mobility map

-Mobile Lockers:              Store items not permitted inside stadium // Church Street & Rio Grande Avenue 

-Gate Entry:                      Enter stadium gate specified on your ticket // View stadium seating map





Camping World Kickoff Block Parties & Events


Friday, September 1

7:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.:                  Tyler Farr and Sean Holcomb // Wall Street Plaza & Orange Avenue


Saturday, September 2

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.:                  Chris Lane, Chase Wright and Tyler Reeve // Wall Street Plaza & Orange Avenue


Sunday, September 3

11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.:                Pregame Block Party (free) // Wall Street Plaza & Orange Avenue


Camping World Kickoff


Sunday, September 3

8:00 a.m.:     RV Parking Lots Open

2:00 p.m.:     Downtown Orlando Shuttle Service Begins

2:30 p.m.:     All Stadium Parking Lots Open

3:30 p.m.:     Box Office Opens (Near Gate A // Church Street & Rio Grande Avenue)

3:30 p.m.:     Fan Fest Begins (Tinker Field // Free)

4:00 p.m.:     Pregame Hospitality presented by BAND-AID (Tinker Field)

5:30 p.m.:     All Gates Open

7:30 p.m.:     Kickoff

Post Event:  Downtown Orlando Shuttle Service Ends (1 hour after event)





Free Downtown Orlando Shuttle Service Hours

   2 p.m. // Shuttle service begins 

   1-hr post-event / Shuttle service ends

   View shuttle service map

   Purchase downtown Orlando parking


Shuttle Sites view shuttle service map

   Downtown Orlando // Pick-up & Drop-off:

-   Central Avenue & Garland Avenue

-   Purchase downtown Orlando parking


   Stadium // Drop-off & Pick-up

-   Church Street & Nashville Avenue



ADA SHUTTLE SERVICE view shuttle service map

For ADA shuttle assistance, please notify on-site shuttle staff

Shuttle Sites view shuttle service map

   Downtown Orlando // Pick-up & Drop-off

-   Central Avenue & Garland Avenue

-   Purchase downtown Orlando parking


   Stadium // Drop-off & Pick-up

-   Church Street & Nashville Avenue


Courtesy cart service is available for mobility-impaired fans from designated areas surrounding Camping World Stadium. Wheelchair service to entry gates is available from all mobility ADA transport hubs (refer to list below). Due to escalated post-event pedestrian traffic, cart service is suspended for 30 minutes at the conclusion of the event. Cart service continues until one-hour post-event. Fans may utilize wheelchair service at Gates C and D, which continues to the main mobility hubs.


   Mobility ADA Transport Hubs view stadium map

-   East Hub // Lot 6 (Rio Grande Avenue & Anderson Street)

-   West Hub // Lot E Hardscape (Rio Grand Avenue b/t South Street & Anderson Street)

-   Church Street Hub (Across from Shuttle Site at Church Street & Nashville Avenue)

-   Jones High School Hub (Rio Grande Avenue, between Carter Street & Gore Street)

-   Tampa Avenue North Hub (Tampa Avenue & Pine Street)

-   Tampa Avenue South Hub // Lot F (Tampa Avenue & Carter Street)


   Wheelchair Service

-   Gates C and D


SHUTTLE SERVICE SITE DIRECTIONS view shuttle service map


   Traveling Eastbound On I-4: Take the South Street – Exit 83

   Traveling Westbound On I-4: Take the Anderson Street – Exit 83





   Uber and LYFT view rideshare map

-   Rideshare pick-up and drop-off locations

-     Lot 9 (801 S. Rio Grande Avenue)

-     S. Dollins Ave between Central Boulevard & Washington Street



PRE-PAID STADIUM ON-SITE PARKING View stadium parking map


Fans with pre-paid stadium on-site parking permits should download their permit in advance to their smartphone wallet and have it ready to display for speedier and seamless entry into stadium parking lots.



   No reserving parking space. Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis

   No empty stalls between vehicles

   No glass containers or bottles

   No kegs

   No couches/indoor furniture

   No dumping of hot coals on the ground

   Tailgating is confined to the front or rear of vehicle [except in Lot 3 (bus), Bus parking & Jones HS lots]

   No gas-powered generators

   No external speakers

   10’x10’ tent permitted at rear of vehicle

   No event-day re-entry in parking lots

   Vending not permitted in parking lots





To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite patron entry into Camping World Stadium, a ‘clear bag’ policy will be implemented. The policy limits the size and type of bags permitted into the stadium. Bags are not encouraged; however, details of permissible bag types are outlined below.


   Bag types: clear, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 14”x14”x6”

   One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar)

   Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle/strap can be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bags


*An exception is made for medically-necessary items after proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose.





Beginning at 3:30 p.m. on Tinker Field, fans may enjoy interactive games, inflatables, face painters and much more. Additionally, an expansive selection of food and beverages will be available for purchase from local vendors. Admission is free. This is a clear bag policy area and security screening is required to access

Fan Fest. Tinker Field is located on the west side of the stadium.





To ensure the safest environment possible, the City of Orlando, Florida Citrus Sports and Camping World Stadium prohibit specific items from being brought into the stadium – review list here. Please review event-specific guides for additional items prohibited by the event promoter/organizer. Mobile lockers are available at the corner of Church Street and Rio Grande Avenue (north side of stadium) for patrons to store items not permitted inside the stadium.





Tailgating is permitted in parking lots at Camping World Stadium [except in Lot 3 (bus), Bus parking & Jones HS lots]. The tailgating area is confined to the front or rear of the parked vehicle.



About Camping World Stadium

Camping World Stadium is owned and operated by the City of Orlando. Since opening in 1936 as a Works Progress Administration project by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at a cost of $115,000 and a capacity of 8,900, the stadium has undergone numerous expansions and name changes over the years. The historic venue underwent a massive $207.7 million reconstruction in 2014, which yielded 90% all-new construction and a completely modernized stadium. Its sustainable design achieved a LEED Silver Certification for new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council. In 2021, the stadium underwent an additional $60 million in construction upgrades and enhancements that included adding approximately 3,800 permanent seats on the North Plaza deck, creating a new premium Club Level on the east and west sides and installing more restrooms and concession areas for general admission. The continued investment has bolstered Camping World Stadium's ability to draw high-profile events like neutral-site college football games, the NFL Pro Bowl, WrestleMania, Monster Jam World Finals and big-name concerts while retaining its signature annual bowl games and events. For more information, visit Camping World Stadium.

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