Tailgating before an Aggies game may be relatively new having taken off in 2010, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find plenty of dedicated tailgaters outside Aggie Stadium. Aggies fans love to tailgate, and the majority of them arrive four hours before the game to kick off the tailgating festivities. Lot 56 and the Aggie Tailgate Field are packed with tailgaters on game days creating a fun game day feeling outside the stadium.

One of the best parts of any Aggies tailgate is the Victory March. Before the game the Aggies football team, Aggie Spirit Squad, Gunrock, and the Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh! parade to the stadium creating quite the sight. You won’t find a better way to get into the game day spirit than the Victory March, so make sure to check it out.

Additionally, if you’re bringing kids to the game, stop by the Aggie Pride Festival and enjoy all the kids’ activities. You’ll also find plenty of food and drinks here, so if you don’t want to set a tailgate party yourself, you can grab a bite to eat here.

Tailgating before an Aggies game is an excellent experience, so arrive early and make the most out of your trip to UC Davis.


Victory March

Don’t miss the Victory March and pre-game performances by the Aggie Spirit Squad, Gunrock, and the Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh!. The Victory March is a fantastic way to get into the Aggies game day spirit, and you won’t want to miss the opportunity to see your favorite players up close before the game.

Aggie Pride Festival

Check out the Aggie Pride Festival before the game. The Aggie Pride Festival features food, drinks, kids activities, and much more making it a one stop entertainment hub before an Aggies game.

Tavernetti Victory Bell

Get a picture with the Tavernetti Victory Bell as you make your way into the stadium. The bell is rang for every point the Aggies score during a home victory, so get a glimpse of it before the game.

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