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Tickets and tailgate passes available for YSU's April 19th spring game

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Tickets and tailgate passes are on sale now for the 41st Annual Red-White Spring Football Game set for Friday, April 19 at Stambaugh Stadium.

The cost for a tailgate parking pass is $15 along with the purchase of two game tickets which are $5 each. All tailgate lot passes must be purchased by Thursday, April 18.

Kickoff for the game on April 19 is 7:30 p.m. 

Tickets for the Red-White Spring Game are currently available at the YSU Athletic Ticket Office and can be purchased at any time. All seating for the game is general admission and will be in the West stands. The East side will be closed. The gates open at 6:30 p.m. 

For more information contact the YSU Athletic Ticket Office at (330) 941-1978. 

The M-24 Tailgate Lot will open at 5 p.m. and remain open until 7:30, just prior to the start of the game. Setting for the game will be on a first-come first-served basis only in the West Stands. All regular-season policies apply to Spring Game tailgating.  

Parking will be available in all lots around the stadium. Loge holders should have their permits and will be allowed to park in the F-7 Lot. Media and gameday staff parking will be in the M-27 South lot located across Fifth Avenue from the Stadium. Marked media vehicles will be allowed to park along Stadium Drive.

Additional parking will be available near the stadium for $5 in various university lots. 

Season Tickets will also be available for purchase before and during the game at the YSU Athletic Ticket Office.

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