NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Vanderbilt officials are encouraging Commodore fans to arrive early to the Georgia Tech encounter this Saturday and participate in several Halloween-related pregame activities.
Kids attending the game between Vanderbilt (2-6) and No. 11-ranked Georgia Tech (7-1) can trick-or-treat among Commodore fans and student-athletes starting at 3:30 p.m., in Vandyville, director of sales and marketing Steve Walsh said.
Kids participating in the Vandyville trick-or-treat activity also can bring their candy into Vanderbilt Stadium if it's in a special Halloween bag provided by the Vanderbilt Bookstore.
Several other pregame activities, including inflatables and carnival games for youngsters, autographs with Vanderbilt men's and women's basketball players, live music and airing of other Southeastern Conference games on the Vandyville Jumbotron screen, are scheduled.
"We're planning a number of activities to encourage local families and our Commodore season ticket holders to attend the game Saturday night," Walsh said. "It's a big game with a ranked team in Georgia Tech taking on our Commodores."
Tickets at $40 each are available for the game, which features a kickoff at 6:30 p.m. Box office windows and stadium gates open at 4:30 p.m.