Discussion in 'vBCms Comments' started by allbuffs, Sep 8, 2011.
CU Athletics and the University of Colorado Police Department welcome you to the University of Colorado Boulder campus. To enhance the gameday experience, ensure a safe environment, and preserve the beauty of the campus, the following responsible tailgating guidelines are enforced:
Tailgating -- the placement of any item on the ground (chairs, coolers, grills, games, etc.) -- is permitted in designated parking lots four hours prior to kick-off and up to one hour following the end of the game.
Police will patrol the tailgate area and enforce the law.
Fan behavior such as physical disruption, inappropriate language, hazing, harassing, or menacing may be grounds for criminal charges and/or removal from the CU premises.
The following items/activities are prohibited:
Consuming alcohol or carrying alcohol in open containers in any street, sidewalk, car, alley, or other public area
Selling or distributing alcohol without a license
Providing alcohol to anyone under 21 years old
Providing alcohol to anyone who is already intoxicated
Driving under the influence of alcohol
Canvassing or soliciting/distribution not previously authorized by the University of Colorado
Deep fryers or any oil-based cooking or frying
Open flame fires of any kind. (Charcoal or gas cooking is permitted.)
Weapons and fireworks
Saving parking or tailgating spaces
Hiring of any third party vendors/consultants/entertainers to provide services in a tailgating area without prior written authorization from the University Risk Management and Police Department.
The university reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of any item or activity and to restrict vehicles due to safety reasons. At its discretion, the university may terminate or take other appropriate action against individuals, groups, or organizations whose conduct at tailgate parties is irresponsible, unreasonable, or inconsistent with university policies and regulations, ordinances and laws.
Bolded are the rules I'm gonna break.
Can you guys give me an idea on how early to arrive to snag a spot in the public lots by the law school to get a good tailgate going? Looks like anything along the edges of lot 402, 416, 418, or 470 plus all the spots on S. Kittrege Loop look perfect for backing a truck in and throwing down shop on the grass. When do they start selling spots and would 10am be too late? Not in any hurry to get out after, will probably start it up again for a little post-game. I'm looking at this map: http://www.colorado.edu/parking/events/sportsrec/documents/Football2011Parking_000.pdf Go Bears! And the other 11 dates of 2011, Go Buffs.
i think 10 would be plenty early.
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