Tailgating is not only permitted at all the parking lots around Wyoming’s War Memorial Stadium; it is actually encouraged. There is a great deal of tailgating to be had at Wyoming as the fans come out in strong numbers to party before the game and support their team, so come prepared to let down your hair and join in on the pregame fun.
You’ll find Cowboys fans come from all over the state to see Wyoming football games in Laramie. Wyoming may be one of the least populated states in the union, but that doesn’t mean that the fans who come to Cowboys football games are any less passionate than those of more populated states like New York. In fact, you’ll find there is a deep level of camaraderie among Cowboys fans as everyone here loves Wyoming.
Wyoming fans aren’t afraid to go big when it comes to tailgating as there are plenty of people who not only have their own large tailgate parties, but they also have their own large smokers. Don’t be afraid to go all out when attending a Wyoming tailgate as you surely won’t be the only one who looks like they’re ready to throw the biggest party of their life.
At Wyoming, you’ll also find a wealth of pregame activities to take part in thanks to the Pepsi Pregame Zone. Inside the Indoor Practice Facility, you’ll find anything you could possible want in a tailgate experience including food, drinks, live music, and plenty of fun pregame activities like football toss and bouncy houses.
Where to tailgate
Pepsi Pregame ZoneIf you’re looking to partake in some great pregame activities then look no further than the Pepsi Pregame Zone. The Pepsi Pregame Zone is located in the Indoor Practice Facility, Ford Stadium Lot, and “Tailgate Alley.” Here you can find food, drinks, nationally televised games, live music, and plenty of fun games and activities for kids.
Tailgate AlleyTailgate Alley is reserved for the most dedicated tailgaters, so if you want to tailgate with the best make sure to reserve your spot at 5 pm the day before the game. You’ll even receive a ten ft by ten ft tents, a Wyoming barbecue set, and a three ft by five ft flag.