1. Team Entrance

Before the game, the team gathers at the top of the hill in the end zone and rubs the Phoenix statue before entering the field of play. The entrance is similar to the one done at Clemson and is a can’t-miss part of every Elon football game. Get to your seat early, so you don’t miss this spectacular display.

2. Banners

Check out the banners celebrating Elon’s 1980 and 1981 NAIA national championships as well as the school’s retired numbers. The banners are must-sees for any longtime Phoenix fan, so take a minute to see them all.

3. Team Walk

Give the football team some last minute support as they make their way to Rhodes Stadium through the tailgate accompanied by the cheerleaders. The team walk is a must-see for Elon fans and an excellent way to get into the Phoenix game day spirit.

4. Fire of the Carolinas Marching Band

Enjoy the performance of the Fire of the Carolinas Marching Band before, during, and after the game. The pregame, halftime, and postgame shows are all must-sees, and the in-game atmosphere provided by the band is also fantastic.

5. Phoenix Phun Hill

Those of you taking the kids to the game will want to stop by the Phoenix Phun Hill. The Phoenix Phun Hill features inflatables and other kids activities making it the perfect place to take restless kids during the game.

6. Live Music

Elon tailgates typically feature live music, so make your way to the stage and enjoy the show. There are few better ways to spend a morning than listening to live music and getting revved up to cheer on Elon.

7. Phoenix Mascot

Don’t miss the Phoenix mascot during your trip to Rhodes Stadium. The mascot interacts with fans young and old throughout the game making him a fun part of any Elon football game.

8. Elon Cheer and Dance Teams

The Elon Cheer and Dance Teams put on an incredible performance at Phoenix football games. The cheer team pumps up the crowd with their cheers and chants, while the dance team will dazzle you with their fantastic routines.

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