Atmosphere

Real Salt Lake City fans love to tailgate, and it shows based on how many options are available to you when attending an RSL match. You’ll find tons of space to tailgate around Rio Tinto making it the perfect place for you to come and set up your tailgate. Never fear though if the thought of putting your tailgate together sounds too daunting, there are plenty of tailgate parties join here in Salt Lake City.

Several of the RSL supporter groups throw tailgate bashes that you can join including Salt City United and the Rogue Cavaliers Brigade. Real Salt Lake also puts on their tailgating event called Carnival Real. Carnival Real features live music, games, and much more so all you have to do is join in the fun.

Finally, if you have group or season tickets and are looking for a place to eat before the game then make sure to reserve a spot at the America First Pavilion. The buffet opens two hours before kickoff and is all-you-can-eat, making it a great value for any hungry fan.

A Real Salt Lake tailgate offers something for everyone, so no matter what you’re looking to get out of your tailgating experience you’ll find it here.

Traditions

Salt City United Tailgate

If you want to tailgate with some diehard Real Salt Lake fans, then stop by the Salt City United Tailgate in the Northwest Supporters Parking Lot. Salt City United throws an incredible tailgate bash and afterward march into the stadium as a group. Join Salt City United for an excellent day of tailgating and cheering on the Royals.

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Rogue Cavaliers Brigade Tailgate

Another great supporter group to tailgate with is the Rogue Cavaliers Brigade. These fans can be found in the lot north of the stadium, so join the group for one of the best tailgate parties outside Rio Tinto.

Carnival Real

Carnival Real offers a wide variety of pregame entertainment options including games, live entertainment, giveaways, and much more. Stop by the East Lawn two hours before kickoff to check it out.

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Where to tailgate

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