1. Blue and Gold Marching Machine
The Blue and Gold Marching Machine is one of the biggest parts of any Aggies game and is a must-see for any college football fan. The band performs incredible pregame, halftime, and postgame shows that will take your breath away, so sit back and enjoy their performance when attending an Aggies game.
Don’t miss the North Carolina A&T ROTC who celebrate every Aggies score by doing pushups and firing a toy cannon. The ROTC is a big part of the pageantry and tradition on display at North Carolina A&T making them a must-see.
You won’t miss any of the action when taking in a game at Aggie Stadium thanks to the Aggievision. The 66 ft by 48 ft scoreboard is a can’t miss, so enjoy the crystal clear replays it provides when taking in a North Carolina A&T game.
4. North Carolina A&T-North Carolina Central Rivalry
North Carolina A&T and North Carolina Central are separated by only 55 miles along I-85 meaning you’ll find lots of both teams fans at the game when these two meet. The Aggies have gotten the better of the Eagles over the years holding a 49-34-5 lead in the all-time series, and you’ll always be in for a show when attending a North Carolina A&T-North Carolina Central game.
Join in the cheers lead by the Aggies cheerleaders to show off your Aggie Pride. The cheerleaders perform a variety of routines and lead a slew of cheers, so join in the fun when you have the chance.
Keep an eye open for Aggie the official mascot of North Carolina A&T. You can see Aggie entertaining the fans on the sideline throughout the game, and you never know what he’ll do next making him a can’t miss part of any Aggies game.
7. Game Zone
Game Zone is one of the best places to hang out before the game and is home to a Kids Zone, tailgate lots A3 and A4, and much more. If you’re looking for a place to spend some time before the game, then you can’t beat the Game Zone.
8. Aggie Livewires
The Aggie Livewires have been the official cheering section of the Aggies since 1995 and are some of the biggest North Carolina A&T football fans out there. If you want to sit with the loudest and most passionate fans at Aggie Stadium, then make sure to be seated near the Aggie Livewires.
9. North Carolina A&T-South Carolina State Rivalry
The rivalry between North Carolina A&T and South Carolina State dates back to 1924 and has been going strong ever since. The two schools are the largest historically black colleges in their respective states, and both are members of the MEAC creating an intense rivalry. You won’t want to miss it when the Aggies and Bulldogs square off, so make sure to be in attendance when South Carolina State comes to town.
10. Aggie Pride Statue
Stop by and check out the Aggie Pride Statue before the game. The statue is located outside the players’ entrance, and a picture with it is a fun way to commemorate your trip to Greensboro.