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Ole Miss Announces 2021 Baseball Attendance Plan

By | Baseball, Tickets

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss baseball games will begin the season at 25 percent capacity at Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field, in accordance with the State of Mississippi’s executive orders.

The Rebel Baseball attendance plan, which is based on guidelines from the state and the Southeastern Conference in response to COVID-19, can be found in its entirety at olemissgameday.com/baseball. As has been the case at other Ole Miss athletics events, seating will be in socially-distanced seatblocks, and face coverings will be required for entry and at all times, except when actively eating and drinking.

In order to allow as many fans as possible to attend games, season ticket holders will have two half-season options. In left and right fields, camping chairs will be provided and placed in pods of two and four. Throughout the venue, no seating will be permitted outside of the preset locations.

“We are blessed with the most passionate fans in college baseball,” said Keith Carter, Ole Miss Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics. “We have been extremely thoughtful in our planning in order to welcome as many of our loyal supporters as possible to Swayze Field over the course of the season. We regret that we will not be able to accommodate everyone, but unfortunately, there is no perfect solution in these challenging times.

“We are grateful for the amazing support of the Ole Miss family and appreciate your patience as we do our best to provide a safe environment under the current restrictions.”

Each half-season ticket option includes four weekend series and at least four midweek games. With the exception of right field, all seating will be reserved on the weekends, while the grandstand, box seats and left field will be general admission for midweek games.

Beginning the week of February 8, season ticket holders may choose their exact, socially-distanced seat location through the online seat selection process. Only one package at a max of four tickets is available per account, which will receive an email the first week of February with their selection time and other details.

Utilizing the preset camping chairs, left field will be reserved seating for weekend series and general admission for midweek games with seating restricted to the chair groupings of two and four. Coolers will be permitted for beverages and prepackaged foods, but tent, BBQ and playground areas will be closed.

A limited number of single-game, general admission tickets will be available for midweek games.

To maximize the number of Rebel fans at games this season, season ticket holders that are unable to attend a game will be reminded to utilize one of the following methods to get their tickets to another fan: 1) Transfer to a friend; 2) Sell on Stubhub; or 3) Post on the Rebel Ticket Exchange Group on the Ole Miss Baseball Facebook page.

In the event capacity is increased and new seats become available for purchase, an exchange process will be available to season ticket holders to add or move their seat location.

The right field student section will be general admission with seating restricted to the preset groups of two and four. Student tickets will be $5 each and will go on sale the Monday prior to each home game week at students.olemisstix.com.

For information on parking, account credits, PSL adjustments, priority point bonuses and more, visit olemissgameday.com/baseball.

Ole Miss Announces Basketball Attendance Plan

By | Basketball, Gameday, Tickets

OXFORD, Miss. – In accordance with the State of Mississippi’s most recent executive orders, The Pavilion at Ole Miss will be at 25 percent capacity for Rebel men’s and women’s basketball games to begin the upcoming 2020-21 season.

Ole Miss’ hoops attendance plan, which is based on guidelines from the state and the Southeastern Conference in response to COVID-19, can be found in its entirety at olemissgameday.com/basketball. Notably, face coverings are required for entry and at all times while inside the arena, except when actively eating and drinking.

“Our staff has taken the experiences from football season and utilized that knowledge to develop a safe and compliant plan for basketball,” said Keith Carter, Ole Miss Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics. “We are blessed with one of the best facilities in college hoops, and those modern amenities have allowed us to meet the necessary COVID requirements without making major structural changes.

“I want to thank the Ole Miss family for its patience and cooperation during football season, and we ask for that same understanding as we work hard to offer a safe and entertaining environment in The Pavilion.”

To meet SEC protocol, the lower seating area, including the student bleachers, courtside seats and lower rows of the Pavilion Club have been removed. Team benches have moved from the east sideline to the west.

For both men’s and women’s games, 2020-21 season tickets will be sold. Floor seats are not available due to social distancing guidelines.

Beginning November 16, men’s season ticket holders will be able to select their section, and Ole Miss Athletics will socially distance fans within each section. Exact row and seat numbers will be assigned to each fan, allowing for six feet (three seats) between each order of tickets. There will be a maximum of six tickets per account, and tickets and parking will be sent via digital delivery 48 hours prior to each game.

Women’s tickets will be sold as a reserved season ticket. Fans will be contacted by an athletics department representative to select their location, and season ticket holders who cannot be contacted will be assigned the best available seats. Tickets will be sent digital delivery at least 48 hours prior to the first home game of the season, and all home games will be sent at the same time.

Parking is open for women’s games, while the Pavilion Garage, Lot A and Lot 4 will be reserved for men’s games and available for season ticket holders to purchase a pass. All other lots will be open on a first come, first served basis.

For both men’s and women’s games, student seating is general admission and restricted to groups of two and four within the student sections, which will be located in sections 116-118 and 209-210. Students will be required to socially distance in the student sections, and available group seating will be marked throughout each section.

Student admission is free for women’s games, while men’s tickets will go on sale 48 hours prior to each home game online through students.olemisstix.com. All tickets will be sent via mobile delivery at the time of purchase.

For information on premium areas, concessions, Capital Gift Agreements and more, visit olemissgameday.com/basketball.

Vaught-Hemingway Stadium to be at 25% Capacity for 2020

By | Tickets

OXFORD, Miss. – As established by the State of Mississippi’s latest executive orders, Ole Miss home football games will be at 25 percent capacity in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium to begin the upcoming season.

Ole Miss’ 2020 attendance plan, which is based on guidelines from the state and the Southeastern Conference in response to COVID-19, can be found in its entirety at www.olemissgameday.com. Key components include face covering requirements throughout the stadium, social distancing between households and no tailgating on campus.

“We appreciate the diligence of our state and conference leadership in addressing these difficult decisions, and under their guidelines, our staff have developed a thoughtful plan to begin the season,” said Keith Carter, Ole Miss Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics. “We ask the Ole Miss family for their cooperation and understanding as we adapt to the changes necessary in order to hold athletics events. While we’re all disappointed that we cannot enjoy The Grove this year, we look forward to providing a safe environment for as many fans as permitted at Vaught-Hemingway. Most importantly, we are grateful that our student-athletes will have the opportunity to play the game they love.”

Ole Miss will host five games, all against SEC opponents, beginning Sept. 26 against Florida. Other home contests include Alabama (Oct. 10), Auburn (Oct. 24), South Carolina (Nov. 14) and Mississippi State (Nov. 28) in the annual Battle for the Golden Egg.

With the revised schedule of games, home tickets will be available on a single-game basis and sold in monthly selection waves. In each wave, fans will be able to choose from the next month’s home games and pick their preferred stadium section, which will each be sold at 25 percent capacity. Ole Miss Athletics will determine the reserved seats for each ticket-holder by socially distancing accounts within each section.

With the ticket selection process on a month-to-month basis, it allows for the potential of capacity adjustments later in the season if determined by the state. Season ticket holders will receive an email with all ticket related information on Sept. 2.

“These circumstances required unconventional thinking, and we worked hard to develop a fair process that honors existing priorities,” Carter said. “We want to welcome as many fans as possible, and our hope is that more opportunities emerge over the course of the season. In order for that to happen, we all need to do our part and follow safety guidelines both at games and in our daily lives.”

Fans will be required to wear face coverings at all times when possible and particularly upon entering and exiting the stadium and while traveling around the concourse.

As mandated by the state, tailgating and other social gatherings on campus will be prohibited on gamedays. Fans attending games should limit their time on campus to the game only and not events before or after the contest. The Grove and Circle may only be used as pedestrian walkways.

For information on parking, student tickets, premium areas, concessions, RV parking, Capital Gift Agreements and more, visit www.olemissgameday.com.

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Ole Miss Football Implementing Digital Ticketing

By | Tickets

OXFORD, Miss. – For increased convenience and safety, Ole Miss is launching digital-only tickets for the 2020 football campaign. In addition, the season ticket renewal deadline has been extended to June 15 with seat and parking selection set to begin June 29.

“Despite the challenges we are all facing, the excitement surrounding our football program remains sky high under Coach Kiffin’s leadership,” said Keith Carter, Ole Miss Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics. “Gameday experience will always be a top priority and a point of pride for our department, and this is an opportunity to utilize the latest technology to ensure a safe and convenient process for ticket delivery and stadium entrance.”

In addition to eliminating the physical touching concerns that are prevalent at this time, digital ticketing will reduce frequent issues related to paper tickets, including theft, shipping delays, tickets lost in transit and the need for an early confirmation of a shipping address. Other advantages feature the ability for ticket purchasers to transfer tickets via mobile phone, while customers will still be able to post and sell tickets via Stubhub.

Ticket distribution will begin via email in mid-August. Rebel fans that have already ordered their 2020 season tickets will maintain their orders and payment plans already in place. More information will be coming about parking and ticket delivery for premium, general and other season ticket holders as it is finalized.

As previously announced, the purchasing period for Ole Miss students has been suspended until July. Once student tickets go on sale, an email will be sent to the @go.olemiss.edu email address associated with each student who is registered for the fall 2020 semester.

For all ticket opportunities, contact Ole Miss Athletics at OleMissTix.comolemisstix@olemiss.edu or 888-732-TKTS.