Seating for guests with disabilities are sold on a reserved-season and reserved-game basis. Accessible seating is located in Sections 3, 4, 6, 7, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 26, 28, 420, 422, 423, 425, 427, 428 and 430. If available, accessible seating may be purchased in advance through the Athletics Ticket Office. Guests holding a regular ticket who wish to sit in an accessible section due to a temporary injury may exchange their ticket for an accessible ticket, if available, at East Fan Accommodations. Guests seated in Sections 420-430 will need to obtain an east elevator pass at East Fan Accommodations.
It is prohibited to bring alcohol into Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Violators will be subject to ejection and applicable legal action.
ATM machines are located on the west side concourse by the K-State Super Store near Gate B and on the Bramlage Coliseum concourse at the Northeast Entrance.
Bags and Bag Search
Small bags, purses and fanny packs are permitted inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Bags larger than 18” L x 9” W x 16” H which do not meet sizing standards will not be permitted. All persons and items brought into the stadium are subject to search. Fans are encouraged to utilize bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC in accordance with the sizing standards to make their entrance smoother and faster.
It is permissible for guests to enter Bill Snyder Family Stadium carrying one, 1-liter bottle of commercial-brand water that has not been opened and is not frozen. It is impermissible to bring any other type of beverages into the stadium. (For additional information, see Containers and Coolers).
The concession stands located on the concourse of Bill Snyder Family Stadium are available when stadium gates open two (2) hours prior to kickoff. No other food may be brought into the stadium.
Guests are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times during a game. K-State promotes the Big 12 Conference Code of Sportsmanship and encourages guests to treat visitors, players, coaches and officials with courtesy. Violators of stadium policies are subject to ejection and applicable legal action.
Containers and Coolers
Cans, glass, bottles, ice chests, coolers, picnic baskets and insulated beverage containers are prohibited in Bill Snyder Family Stadium. (For additional information, see Beverages).
Guests requiring access to the east-side elevators may acquire game-day elevator passes from East Fan Accommodations. Season passes may be acquired by calling the Athletics Operations Office at 785-532-7713. West Stadium Center Club or Loge ticket holders are encouraged to use the designated elevator on the north side to access their seats. West Stadium Center suite-holders may use the designated south elevator.
Electronic Ticket Scanning
All tickets will be electronically scanned to verify authenticity. Tickets must be scanned each time a patron enters or exits the stadium. Tickets which have been logged in upon entry cannot be reused by another guest. Patrons assume all risks for tickets purchased through sources other than the K-State Athletics Ticket Office.
Exiting the Stadium
Guests may exit Bill Snyder Family Stadium and return to their cars or tailgates by having their ticket electronically scanned “out” at any gate. Failure to have a ticket properly scanned “out” will result in an invalid ticket and denial of admission upon attempt to re-enter the stadium. Fans are reminded that any items they bring into the stadium upon re-entry are subject to search. (See Bags and Bag Search for additional information).
Questions regarding security, lost children, lost and found, etc., should be directed to Fan Accommodations personnel located on the east side in the ticket booth between Gates R and S, and on the west side at the office between Gates C and D.
Medical services are available at the First Aid stations on the west side concourse between Gates A and B, and on the east side near Gate M. In case of emergency, please contact an Event Staff member or police officer. Guests with pre-existing medical conditions or special needs are encouraged to check in at First Aid and inform the attendants of their seating locations.
Gates open two (2) hours prior to kickoff. All persons ages 2 and older must present a ticket to enter Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Guest Text Alert Service
Guests wishing to report an incident or needing assistance may text their request by entering the word catfan followed by their message and seat location to 69050. The request will be directed to the stadium dispatcher who will direct the appropriate response and action to resolve the issue. Message and data rates may apply.
Parents or guardians should report a missing child to Event Staff personnel or a police officer. Lost children will be escorted to the nearest Fan Accommodations office on either the east or west sides of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Officially licensed K-State merchandise is available for purchase at the K-State Super Store locations on the east and west sides of the stadium, which open from outside the stadium 5 hours prior to kickoff. Once stadium gates open 2 hours before kickoff, access into the stores is restricted to the entrances on the stadium concourse.
No other merchandise may be sold on the grounds of the K-State Sports Complex. Guests approached by someone selling merchandise are asked to report the person and location to a parking attendant, event staff or police.
Stadium parking lots open five (5) hours prior to kickoff. Parking in both the east and west stadium lots is reserved for members of the Ahearn Fund and requires a permit for entry, which must be displayed at all times. For information about reserved parking, contact the Ahearn Fund Office at 785-532-7715.
General public parking is available in the grassy area (Lot 9) east of the stadium, in the paved lot of the Chester Peters Recreation Center or in satellite lots surrounding the stadium and other paved lots on campus. General public parking fees are $20 for cars and $30 for charter buses. Paid parking for fans with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-served basis in both the east and west stadium lots. To gain entry, guests must display a state-issued accessible license plate or hangtag and present a disability card along with a form of personal identification.
Parking in the east and west stadium lots for RV’s, buses and vehicles with camper trailers is limited to designated reserved parking stalls which must not exceed a maximum stall width of 11-feet, 6-inches and a maximum stall length of 55-feet. Vehicles parking in standard stalls and any attached accessories must not exceed a maximum stall width of 8-feet, 6-inches and a maximum stall length of 21-feet. Vehicles with pull-behind trailers and pull-behind smokers are prohibited. Charter bus parking is available in the east stadium lot only.
Patrons with RVs who do not hold a reserved stall in the stadium lots should contact Steve Frazier (785-556-8620) to check availability of space in the Animal Science lot at the intersection of Kimball and Denison Avenues.
Cameras are permitted in Bill Snyder Family Stadium for personal use only. Any commercial photography (large-lens with a stand or tripod) is prohibited. Video cameras are prohibited. In no instance should anyone taking photographs block aisleways and/or seating areas or otherwise interfere with another fan's enjoyment of the game.
Souvenir game programs can be purchased at various locations on the concourse inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Public Address Announcements
Individuals will be paged over the public address system only in cases of emergency. Please direct any inquiries or questions to the nearest Fan Accommodations booth on either the east or west sides of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
- Alcoholic beverages or controlled substances
- Cans, glass, bottles, ice chests, coolers, picnic baskets and insulated beverage containers (see Containers and Coolers)
- Large bags (see Bags and Bag Search)
- Possession or use of firearms, explosives (including fireworks) or other weapons
- Food and/or beverages (see Beverages)
- Portable chairback seats exceeding 18" in width
- Large flags, flagpoles and items obstructing sightlines
- Large strollers
- Live animals (except Guide and Service Dogs)
- Resale of tickets (see Solicitation)
- Throwing of any objects
- Banners, placards and leaflets not pre-approved by the Athletics Department
- Standing in aisles and behind seating areas/aisles on concourse
- Umbrellas (see Umbrella Policy)
Designated stadium restrooms are open from the parking lot side five (5) hours prior to kickoff. They close 30 minutes prior to the opening of stadium gates and reopen inside the stadium when gates open two (2) hours prior to kickoff. In addition, restrooms are available on the Bramlage Coliseum concourse five (5) hours prior to kickoff.
In accordance with Manhattan city ordinance smoking, including e-cigarettes, is not permitted anywhere inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Guests wishing to smoke must exit the stadium and may not smoke within 20 feet of an entrance.
University policy prohibits solicitations of any unauthorized item for sale, trade or giveaway on the grounds of the K-State Sports Complex. This includes solicitation of charitable donations and game or event tickets. Violators of this policy will be asked to leave the stadium grounds and may be cited for trespassing.
Admission to stadium suites and the KansasStateCars.com Club are restricted to those with suite tickets, club tickets or suite guest passes. For more information, contact the Ahearn Fund Office at 785-532-7715.
Tailgating is a traditional part of K-State game-day activities. Guests are asked to comply with the following guidelines:
- Saving parking stalls in the east and west lots is prohibited. To park and tailgate together, guests must either arrive together or have adjoining reserved stalls.
- No objects (tables, chairs, grills, canopies, etc.) may be placed or encroach in the Emergency Access Lane.
- Open wood fires and campfires are prohibited.
- Coals should be extinguished and disposed of in the red “Hot Coals” barrels.
- Long-toss games of football or Frisbee are prohibited.
- Canopies should be taken down in windy conditions. Owners of canopies are responsible for damage caused by wind-blown structures.
- Overhead objects (flags, kites, balloons) must be properly secured.
- Use of bicycles, skateboards, in-line skates, scooters, motorized scooters and unauthorized golf carts is prohibited.
- Lawful consumption of alcohol and cereal malt beverages in designated parking lots adjacent to the stadium is permitted. Sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. Underage drinking is unlawful and violators will be cited.
- Use of portable generators is limited to quiet units or those in soundproof boxes.
- Overnight parking is restricted to reserved RV parking with purchased overnight pass.
General Information: All persons ages 2 and older must present a ticket to enter Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Tickets may be purchased at the West Stadium Center ticket office at Gate B or at the east ticket booth located between Gates R and S. The west ticket office opens three (3) hours prior to kickoff. The east-side ticket booth opens two (2) hours prior to kickoff. Patrons assume all risks for tickets purchased through sources other than the K-State Athletics Ticket Office. Patrons are required to purchase sufficient space (i.e., additional tickets in advance) for their bodies or facility personnel have the right to relocate patron to another area of the stadium.
Will Call: Pre-purchased general public tickets may be picked up at the West Stadium Center ticket office beginning three (3) hours prior to kickoff. Only the person whose name is on the ticket order may pick up the tickets. A photo ID is required for all will-call orders.
Player-Guests: The will-call windows for player-guest tickets for K-State are located at the east-side ticket booth. Visiting team player-guest tickets are available at the ticket booth located between Gates C and D on the west side. Ticket windows open two (2) hours prior to kickoff. Each person for whom an admission ticket has been left must be present a photo ID to receive a ticket. Once they receive their ticket, guests are required to enter the stadium immediately.
Lost/Misplaced Tickets: For lost or misplaced season tickets, the Athletics Ticket Office may re-issue tickets to the ticket-holder of record only. A service fee is charged for each replacement ticket. For season tickets that have been lost in the mail or stolen, contact the Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-221-CATS for replacement information.
For the safety and consideration of all guests, umbrellas are prohibited in Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Umbrellas will not be checked and are the responsibility of the owner if left at the gates. Guests should bring appropriate rain gear in case of inclement weather.