The Alamo Bowl has been played at San Antonio's Alamodome since its debut back in 1993. The 65,000-seat venue will be filled to the brim with Big 12 and Pac-12 enthusiasts so get situated with pertinent details below for the exciting event going down on Mon. Dec 30, 2013 5:45 PM.
Alamodome Seating Guide
There are 140 sections in all inside the Alamodome, with three levels of traditional seating options comprising much of the venue. Each level comes with sideline, corner, and endzone options. The "Plaza" covers the 100 level and is the closest in proximity to the playing field, while the "Club" is named for the 200 level and is just behind the Plaza seats. The "Upper Level" is the furthest from the field in the 300 level and does not come with corner seating options, only sideline and endzone.
Alamodome Premium Seating
A number of luxury seating options are available at the Alamodome. The 52 executive suites can hold 12-16 people and come with all the traditional bells and whistles you'll find with most suite-level seating including private catering, comfortable seats, exclusive entrance, TVs, and more. Those in need of something to accommodate 20-100 guests can reserve the Alamodome's open air terrace suite space. This suite option comes with the traditional amenities as well, and offers plenty of room to enjoy the game comfortably and luxuriously.
Alamodome Gate and Tailgating Information
Lots B and C are designated general parking areas, and typically costs $10 unless otherwise noted. Gates open two hours prior to the start of the game. Tailgating is permitted for those with the designated parking pass. The primary tailgating location is Lot B.
Alamodome Handicap Access
In addition to being fully accessible inside for those in need of special assistance, the Alamodome also offers exclusive permit parking, with Lot A being reserved for Disability Access Parking for easy drop-offs and arrivals. Complimentary parking is available in this lot but space is limited so arrive early.