1. Walk of Champions

Cheer on the Cardinals during the Walk of Champions. The Walk of Champions begins at the Setzer and crosses over the Virginia Street bridge en route to the stadium. The tradition is one of the best parts of tailgating at a Cardinals game as well as an excellent way for you to show your support for the team before the game.

2. The Showcase of Southeast Texas

Lamar’s band The Showcase of Southeast Texas creates a fun atmosphere at Cardinals games with their tunes, and their pre-game and halftime performances are also fantastic. Enjoy the performance of these talented musicians throughout the game as they’re a big part of what makes attending a Cardinals game a memorable event.

3. Border Battle

Lamar and McNeese State have a fierce rivalry in all sports, especially football. The Cardinals and Cowboys rivalry dates back to 1951, and the Border Battle is a must-see matchup for any fan of either school. Don’t miss it when the Cardinals take on the Cowboys as you’ll be in for a good game.


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4. Stadium Murals

Take a walk around the concourse before the game to see the murals throughout the stadium. The murals showcase the history of Cardinals football and are must-sees for any college football fan.

5. Big Red

Keep an eye out for the Cardinals mascot Big Red during the game. Big Red gets into all kinds of shenanigans and is a fun part of any Cardinals game.

6. Cheerleaders

Join the cheerleaders as they help propel the Cardinals to victory with their cheers and chants. Every voice helps as the cheer team tries to pump up the crowd throughout the game.

7. Red Rush Tunnel

Don’t miss the Cardinals entrance featuring the Red Rush Tunnel. Before each game, the Cardinals run onto the field through the Red Rush Tunnel energizing the fans and working the crowd into a frenzy.

8. Fun Zone

Stop by the Fun Zone before the game for some pre-game entertainment. The Fun Zone features activities for kids and families, making it the perfect place to take the kids before the game.

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