Bayou Country Superfest taking place this weekend
BATON ROUGE, La (FOX44) — The Bayou Country Superfest is taking place this weekend. Country acts from all around the United States will be participating in the festival, which is held in Tiger Stadium.
Here are all of the details about this weekend's festival:
Bayou Country Superfest Fan Fest
Lot A (Tiger Stadium at Nicholson Drive)
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Free and Open to the Public
Featuring music, food and fun, Fan Fest will take place each day of Bayou Country Superfest outside Tiger
Stadium. Attractions and activities include:
• Tailgating in the great tradition of LSU Football game‐day festivities
• The Bud Light Stage, a music performance stage sponsored by Bud Light, The Official Beer Sponsor of
Bayou Country Superfest
• The Baton Rouge Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Infeaux on the Geaux cart with useful information
about the City of Baton Rouge and from the Louisiana State Department of Culture, Recreation and
• L’Auberge Casino will have information about its casino opening in Summer 2012
• Louisiana Lottery mobile unit selling lottery tickets
• DJs and staff from area radio stations WTGE, WYNK, WNOE, and KCIL conducting games and giving away
• A popular Artist Meet & Greet area, offering fans a chance to meet Bayou Country Superfest main stage
performers Jerrod Niemann on Saturday and Joe Nichols on Sunday
• A tent offering official Festival merchandise
Bayou Country Superfest Ticket Information
Tickets can be purchased in advance, online at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling 800.745.3000. Tickets may
also be purchased at the Baton Rouge River Center Box Office open weekdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and at the
New Orleans Arena open weekdays from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The Alex Box Baseball Stadium Box Office will be
open on weekdays from May 21 through May 25 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Superfest Box Office will be located at Fan Fest and open on May 26 ‐ 27 from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Tickets still remain available in most levels, in limited quantities. Prices are per day and a facility fee and service
charges will apply.
Tiger Plaza $50 and $65
VIP Tiger Club Level $150
Field Level Seats
Tiger Field $85
Tiger Field (Front Sides) $125
Tiger Field (Front Center) $175
VIP Golden Horseshoe (stage‐side, standing‐room‐only) $250
Discounted two‐day ticket packages are still available at some levels.
Box suites are still available starting as low as $7,500 for 2 nights. Please contact the Suite Coordinator at 504‐
410‐4100 through Friday, May 25.
Children under the age of 2 are admitted free (with the exception of the VIP Golden Horseshoe); no seat provided.
Add car parking to your ticket purchase in one of LSU’s premium parking lots. Parking can be purchased through
Ticketmaster or on‐site on Festival days.
Bayou Country Superfest Parking Information
Advanced vehicle parking is still available in limited quantities on Ticketmaster.com or by visiting one of the box
offices referenced above. Parking will be available for first‐come first‐served purchase on event days in the lots
listed below. Parking will be cash only.
Lot J (Field House Drive and N. Stadium Rd) $25
Lot K (Skip Bertman Drive near Nicholson Drive) $20
Alex Box East Lot (Gourrier Lane) $15
Vehicle parking lots will be open on event days beginning at 9 a.m. There is no overnight parking in the vehicle
parking lots and vehicles may be towed if left in the lots overnight.
ADA parking spaces will be available in Lot K for $20. Shuttle transportation from Lot K to the stadium will be
available for ADA Festival goers.
RV Parking is still available in Touchdown Village 1 for $350 per reserved space for the weekend. An additional
vehicle weekend parking pass may be purchased for $30 which allows RV owners to bring along a tow vehicle and
park it in our 24‐hour parking lot. Touchdown Village 1 and Touchdown Village 2 open at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 25
for entry. RV’s and vehicles must be out by 10 a.m. on Monday, May 28. There is no re‐entry for RV’s in
Touchdown Village 1. No hookups are provided. No pets. No vending. Additional rules and regulations provided
with the parking passes. Touchdown Village 1 and tow lot parking passes may be purchased in advance by calling
the Bayou Country Superfest Ticket Office at (504) 410‐4100. Orders must be placed by noon on Tuesday, May
22. RV Parking may also be purchased at the Alex Box Baseball Stadium Box Office beginning Monday, May 21
until Friday, May 25.
North Stadium Drive and South Stadium Drive will be closed to automobile traffic. North Stadium Drive will also
be partially closed to pedestrians.
Taxis and hotel shuttles will have a dedicated drop‐off and pick‐up area at the north end of Lot O at West Chimes
Street. Full size coaches should drop‐off and pick‐up at the Bus Parking lot off Skip Bertman Drive.
Information about the Baton Rouge Capitol Area Transit System can be found at www.brcats.com or by calling
2012 Bayou Country Superfest General Tailgating Policies
The Bayou Country Superfest and LSU encourage fans to come to the Festival early and enjoy the great tradition of LSU tailgating. We encourage fans to tailgate in a responsible manner, respectful of the campus and of the other fans
attending the Festival. Please help keep the campus clean by bagging your trash and using recycling containers. LSU’s Facilities Services Department distributes trash bags throughout campus for your convenience. For the safety and enjoyment of all Festival goers, please keep the following guidelines in mind:
Bands: Live musical bands are not allowed at tailgating sites.
Caterers: Must have proper parking permits to be admitted to private tailgate areas in reserved lots.
Cookers: Cookers on trailers are not allowed in reserved lots, and no cooker at any location on campus may be larger than a 55‐gallon drum (23” in diameter x 35” long). Cookers may not be placed in travel lanes or in parking spaces. Cookers may not be placed inside buildings.
First Aid: For the safety of Festival goers, first aid stations are staffed throughout the stadium. If you need assistance or are with someone who does, contact the nearest aid station, law enforcement officer or stadium marshal. Festival goers can also call (225) 578‐HELP (225‐578‐4357) for assistance.
Flammables: Charcoal must be disposed of properly. Please do not place charcoal or other flammables in trash cans, under trees or leave it in the parking areas.
Food Distribution: Companies may not issue sample products, and no food, drink, or other items may neither be sold nor given to the general public.
Generators: Portable electrical generators are permitted, but are discouraged. For temporary electrical needs, LSU
recommends the use of battery operated inverters that convert the battery current to house current. These recommended devices do not generate hazardous carbon monoxide emissions, do not require gasoline cans and resultant hazards, and do not create noise that is potential damaging to hearing and a nuisance to fellow tailgaters. The operation of portable electrical generators that create excessive noise, emission hazards or other safety concerns will not be permitted.
Glass Containers: Glass containers are strongly discouraged for use during tailgating activities.
Music (Amplified): Music must be confined to your tailgate area and speakers must be directed into your tailgate party. All music must be turned off by midnight the night before the event and by 2 a.m. on event nights. Tailgaters are encouraged to contact LSU Police at (225) 578‐3231 when music from another tailgate party becomes a nuisance.
Pets: No pets allowed except service animals.
Political Activity: Political signage that implies endorsement of any political candidate or any political issue may not be
displayed nor may political materials be distributed. Parking permits do not imply a permit to conduct political activity.
Port‐o‐Lets: Individuals may not arrange to bring portable restrooms onto campus. LSU provides port‐o‐lets and restrooms in many buildings throughout campus for the convenience of Festival goers.
Security and Safety: It is the responsibility of each tailgate party to secure tailgate items prior to entering the stadium.
Tailgaters should lock food, beverages and valuables out of sight in vehicles; extinguish all fires or flames; unplug electrical outlets; secure barbecue pits, chairs, and ice chests; and store beverages in locked containers. LSU and Bayou Country Superfest are not responsible for loss or damage to vehicles or property contained in vehicles as a result of theft, vandalism, property damage, fire, collision or other cause.
Sidewalks and Bike Paths: Tailgating is not permitted on sidewalks and bike paths.
Signage and Banners: Banners and signage recognizing businesses may not be displayed nor may promotional materials be distributed without prior approval by the Bayou Country Superfest.
Solicitations: Solicitations of any kind within LSU facilities or on LSU premises are prohibited unless specifically approved by LSU and Bayou Country Superfest. The distribution of flyers or leaflets on parked vehicles is expressly prohibited.
Tents: Fans using a tent or canopy over the tailgate of a vehicle should restrict the size to no larger than 10’ x 10’, must keep travel lanes open for vehicular traffic and should not take up space in other parking spaces. Tents may not be used to save parking spaces. Tents may not be staked into the ground. Tents may not be set up on sidewalks, bike paths, travel lanes, or any other area of regular flow of pedestrian traffic.
Utilities Owned by LSU:The use of electrical outlets in or on LSU facilities, or other utilities such as water sources is expressly prohibited. This policy will be strictly enforced and violators will be subject to arrest for theft of utilities.
Vending: Vending is strictly prohibited in any of LSU’s parking lots for this event.
This is a partial list of prohibitions. Please visit www.bayoucountrysuperfest.com for additional Festival information. Rules and regulations subject to change. Bayou Country Superfest and LSU reserve the right to deny entry or remove from the campus anyone in violation of these policies.
Please drive carefully and follow directions of parking and security staff. For driving directions, maps of the campus, or other information about LSU, please visit http://www.lsusports.net.
2012 Bayou Country Superfest Prohibitions and Policies Inside LSU Tiger Stadium
• Coolers, ice chests, bottles, cans, cups (or containers of any kind)
• Backpacks and/or any bags larger than 8.5” X 11”
• Outside food and drinks
• Any type of artificial noisemakers
• Pets of any variety (except for service animals)
• Video cameras
• Still photography cameras that utilize detachable lenses
• Audio recording equipment
• Weapons of any kind
• Banners/Flags/Poles of any kind (or any obtrusive/obstructive signage)
• No smoking inside the stadium; smoking allowed only in designated areas
• No unauthorized video or audio recording
• Children under the age of 2 may be admitted without a ticket (with the exception of the VIP Golden
Horseshoe); no seat provided.
• No re‐entry; anyone leaving the stadium must have a new ticket to re‐enter
• All persons entering the facility are subject to search
• Items may not be stored at or near the gates of the stadium. Any items left will be thrown away.
• No oversized portable stadium seats (impeding on the comfort of others in adjacent seats)
• Tickets may not be resold on stadium premises and/or the surrounding grounds (including the stadium
• Wheeled personal transport devices (e.g. skateboards, Segways, go‐peds, etc.) are not allowed on
Note: Violators are subject to ejection.