Barry’s Ticket Service Releases New Guide to Tailgating at the 2019 Rose Bowl
Company’s new guide is full of insider tips and info and will be of great interest to anyone planning to attend the Rose Bowl Game on New Year’s Day, Barry’s Ticket Service reports
LOS ANGELES – November 29, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Barry’s Ticket Service released a new, free guide to tailgating at the 2019 Rose Bowl game. On New Year’s Day, Rose Bowl Stadium will welcome over 100,000 visitors eager to watch two of the NCAA’s top teams face off in one of college football’s longest running and most prestigious events.
Many of those fans will start the day by tailgating in one of the stadium’s first-come, first-serve parking lots. The new Barry’s Ticket Service guide to tailgating at the 105th Rose Bowl game includes insider’s tips, maps, schedules, rules, and other useful information. Visitors to the Barry’s Ticket Service website will also find a list of Pasadena Things To Do that can help make any trip to the upcoming Rose Bowl even more interesting and memorable.
“The annual Rose Bowl is one of the most historic and exciting sporting events of all, and there’s no better way to get into the spirit than by tailgating,” said Barry’s Ticket Service CDO Chris Cabrera. “Our brand-new guide to tailgating at the 2019 Rose Bowl Game is packed full of helpful info that will ensure fantastic experiences for readers. We’ve tailgated at the Rose Bowl many times ourselves and were happy to compile everything we’ve learned into this unique, exclusive new resource. We look forward to seeing many of our customers at the Rose Bowl this year hosting fun tailgating parties of their own.”
The inaugural Rose Bowl Game was held at Pasadena’s Tournament Park in 1902 and was the first major New Year’s Day college football bowl game. Originally an East-versus-West collegiate showdown, the Rose Bowl acquired its now-legendary current name in 1916 when Washington State University vanquished Brown University after a thirteen-year hiatus for football in favor of sundry events like ostrich races.
The modern Rose Ball Game tradition traces back to the 1923 hosting of the event in the then-newly opened Rose Bowl Stadium. Tailgating parties have been held at Rose Bowl Stadium since that momentous move to a dedicated facility, with recent times seeing tens of thousands of fans showing up each year as early as 4 a.m. to get the celebrations started.
The new, free Barry’s Ticket Service guide to tailgating at the 2019 Rose Bowl Game is the most informative and detailed resource of its kind to be found anywhere. The new guide is available now at the Barry’s Ticket Service website, where visitors can also buy tickets for the upcoming Rose Bowl Game and hundreds of other high-profile events across the country.
About Barry’s Ticket Service:
Offering hard-to-find tickets online and at two Los Angeles-area locations, Barry’s Ticket Service makes it easy to secure great seats for the most exciting concerts, sporting events, and theater productions nationwide.
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