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UNC Football Parking
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The Town of Chapel Hill’s Parking Services division will be offering event parking fees at specific lots and decks downtown. Limited hourly parking will be available in the 140 West Parking Lot. The event parking fee will be $20 and will allow visitors to park for the entire day.
Special Event Parking Lots
- 140 West Parking Deck @ 201 West Rosemary Street
- West Rosemary Lot @ 104 West Rosemary Street
- Rosemary/Columbia Lot @ 100 East Rosemary Street
- Wallace Parking Deck @ 150 East Rosemary Street
Hourly parking will be available at any on or off-street metered parking spaces/lots not offering the special event rate.
There are several lots located on campus reserved for public parking. Parking is first come, first serve and costs $15/vehicle. Click here for more information.
UNC Basketball Parking
Hourly parking will be available at any of the on-street pay station meters or off-street parking lots (Wallace Parking Deck and the Rosemary/Columbia Street) on game days.
Special Event Parking Fee
The Parking Services division shall charge a fee for monitoring services for small events. There is a $30.00 per hour fee, with a 3-hour minimum to be charged for each monitor assigned.
Kenan Stadium Policies
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited at Kenan Stadium. Individuals violating this policy will be issued the appropriate citation and escorted out of the stadium.Close ^
ATM machines are located in Kenan Stadium behind Sections 114 and 117 on the west end concourse as well as near Gate 6 on the South Side and near Gate 2 on the North Side.Close ^
Homemade banners and signs are not allowed inside Kenan Stadium without prior approval. The Carolina Athletic Association (a university-sanctioned student-run organization) is primarily responsible for producing all signs and banners seen inside Kenan Stadium.Close ^
The University of North Carolina wants its fans to be known for their support, enthusiasm and sportsmanship. We want to create a home-field advantage, but we want to do so in a respectful manner that makes us all proud to be Tar Heels.
In order to insure that everyone has a pleasant experience, it is up to each patron to act responsibly and to be considerate of those around them. Patrons should notify a member of the game management staff if someone is not complying with this policy, as we cannot help you if we do not know the behavior is taking place. Stadium operations will give offending patrons a warning, with repeated behavior resulting in ejection or arrest. Continued violations over a period of time may result in the loss of ticket privileges.
Event staff reserves the right to deem an act or behavior to be inappropriate based on available information and to take whatever action necessary.Close ^
Point-and-shoot cameras are permitted at Kenan Stadium; however, video cameras may only used during pre-game and halftime.Close ^
Seating for patrons with disabilities is available on game day by asking for the game supervisory as you enter Kenan Stadium.Close ^
South Orange Rescue Squad provides first aid at Gates 2 (North Side) and Gate 6 (South Side) at Kenan Stadium.Close ^
Patrons are not allowed to bring any food or beverages with them into Kenan Stadium. You will be asked to finish the items before entering, throw them out, or return them to your car. However, bottled water (sealed and unopened) is permitted.Close ^
During an event you may check with game management staff at Gate 2 or 6 to see if an item of yours was found and turned in. After an event, all unclaimed items are turned over to Campus Police, and you may contact them at 919-962-8100.Close ^
Parents/guardians with a lost child should contact the nearest police officer or event staff member. That person will then contact the proper personnel to insure the quickest resolution to the situation.
If a child gets separated from his/her party, he/she should notify the nearest police officer event staff member. If the child knows his/her seat location, attempts will be made to return the child to that location.Close ^
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Artificial noise makers such as horns, bells, vuvuzelas, whistles, etc.
- Baby seats
- Backpacks or any large bags
- Beach balls
- Coolers or containers
- Duffle bags
- Folding chairs
- Food and beverages, except for sealed plastic water bottles
- Illegal drugs
- Laser pointers
- Pets (except for service animals assisting those with disabilities)
- Strollers (non-collabseable)
- Weapons of any kind, including those carried with a permit
- Any other item that in the judgment of game management staff poses a safety hazard or detracts from the ability of others to enjoy the event Prohibited items must be returned to the owner’s car or discarded. Any unlawful items are subject to confiscation, and the person in possession of such items is subject to arrest.
- Small purses, fanny packs, diaper bags, camera/binocular cases, and small bags are subject to be inspected prior to entry.
UNC Athletics and the Department of Public Safety thank you for your cooperation and understanding.Close ^
Effective January 1, 2008, there is NO SMOKING within 100 feet of any campus building. This includes all areas of Kenan Stadium.Close ^
Patrons may contact the Athletic Ticket Office (800-722-HEEL) before an event in order to purchase a ticket, to inquire about seating for those with disabilities or to leave tickets at will call. If a patron has a ticket dispute during an event, please contact the nearest event staff member. The UNC Athletic Department is not responsible for and cannot guarantee the authenticity of any tickets purchased from someone other than a Ticket Office representative. Buyer beware!
Patrons may not leave the stadium and re-enter on their ticket stub.
No refunds or exchanges on any ticket purchases.Close ^