Atmosphere

Tailgating at Bowling Green starts bright and early with fans arriving hours before the game to toss back a few cold ones before entering Doyt Perry Stadium to cheer on their Falcons to victory. You’ll want to make sure to get to Doyt Perry several hours before the game, so you can take in all the sights and sounds of tailgating at Bowling Green.

It’s not just the drinking that will make a Bowling Green tailgate an outstanding experience. You’ll also be able to take part in some of the best cookouts northern Ohio has to offer. People will most likely be willing to share with you as long as you have something to offer to them. You’ll find that the fans here are very friendly no matter what colors you are wearing.

At Bowling Green, you’ll also be able to take part in exciting pre-game traditions like the Falcon Team Walk. The walk takes place a couple of hours before the game and gives fans the chance to see the band, cheerleaders, and team up close before the game. Make your way to sidewalk between the Stroh Center and Doyt Perry Stadium to take part in this fun tradition.

The camaraderie between fans and the fun spirited atmosphere make tailgating at Bowling Green a treat for any college football fan out there.

Traditions

Falcon Football Tailgate Park

The Falcon Football Tailgate Park offers a variety of games and activities for the whole family including inflatables and much more. If you’re bringing your family to the game, then this is a great place to stop by and hang out before entering the stadium for any exciting day of football.

Falcon Team Walk

The walk takes place a couple of hours before the game and gives fans the chance to see the band, cheerleaders, and team up close before the game. Make your way to sidewalk between the Stroh Center and Doyt Perry Stadium to take part in this fun tradition.

Where to tailgate

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