1. Victory Bell
Listen for the ring of the Victory Bell following every Wildcats score. The Victory Bell has long been a part of Wildcats sporting events having debuted in 1939.
2. Beehive Bowl
The Beehive Bowl between Weber State and Southern Utah is the Wildcats’ biggest game of the year. The rivalry dates back to 1984 and in 2011 became a yearly rivalry with the Thunderbirds move to the Big Sky Conference. The Wildcats lead the all-time series 16-7 and you won’t want to miss the next Beehive Bowl, so make sure to be in attendance when Weber State takes on Southern Utah.
3. Weber State Wildcat Band
The Weber State Wildcat Band brings the noise at Weber State football games. The band puts on a fantastic show you won’t want to miss, so take your seat early and stay in your seat at halftime to see both the pregame and halftime shows.
4. Waldo the Wildcat
Waldo the Wildcat is a big part of any Weber State football game, so be on the lookout for this beloved mascot during your trip to Ogden. Waldo gets into all kinds of shenanigans during the game making him a must-see no matter what your age.
5. Band and Cheer Performance
Don’t miss the band and cheer squad’s performance outside the stadium before the game. The show is a can’t miss part of the Weber State pre-game experience, so make sure to check it out.
Those of you who are bringing the kids to the game will want to check out the inflatables at the Weber State tailgate. The inflatables are an excellent way for kids to work off their excess energy before the game as well as a fun part of the pregame festivities.
The Weber State cheerleaders put on an impressive show and do a superb job of keeping the crowd in the game. No matter what the score, you’ll be impressed by the performance of the Weber State cheerleaders making them a can’t miss part of any Wildcats football game.