As virtually all of our fans know, Clemson Memorial Stadium has undergone considerable changes in the last few months as the West End Zone construction has progressed at an impressive rate. We are ahead of the initial schedule in many ways and look forward to the day when the project is completed.
As we begin the 2005 season against a top- 20 Texas A&M team on September 3 we want to make some general points that will help you as you return to Clemson University and Death Valley.
Please be aware that the West End Zone area of Memorial Stadium is a construction site and will be termed that for the entire season.
As a result, there will be some inconveniences for fans attending the game relative to what Clemson fans have been accustomed to in previous years. We appreciate your patience and know you realize this renovation is going to be a tremendous boost to our program in the future.
Here are a few general points we want to stress at this time:
All fans who will sit in the West End Zone must enter the stadium through Gate 11 (new gate directly behind the West End Zone).
This will be the only access to the stadium for fans holding tickets in that area. Access to this gate must be through parking lot 5 or via a staircase at the northwest corner of the stadium, nearest to the IPTAY/Ticket building.
Conversely, only fans holding West End Zone tickets will be allowed to enter the stadium at Gate 11.
Memorial Stadium Gate Access Info
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