Riding the momentum of an 11-win 2022 campaign and an Orange Bowl victory, Tennessee football returns to the friendly confines of Neyland Stadium when its hosts the Orange & White Game on Saturday, April 15 at 2:30 p.m. ET.
Fans will be treated to the first-ever Vol Village Music Festival located in Lot 9 featuring live bands on stage from noon to 2 p.m. Vol Village will also feature food trucks, an appearance by the Spirit Squad, sponsor activations and fun activities for all ages. Additional information on musical artists will be announced at a later date.
Premium and non-premium seating will be available for the Orange & White Game. Admission to the game is $5 for non-premium seats, and all proceeds will count as a contribution to the My All Campaign. All seats can be secured now at AllVols.com or by calling the UT Athletic Ticket Office at (865) 656-1200. All open sections of the bowl of Neyland Stadium will be general admission seating. Details will be forthcoming from the Tennessee Fund regarding premium seating options, pricing and parking.
Walk-up admission will be available on gameday, but fans are strongly encouraged to obtain their seats in advance. All tickets will be digital and can be accessed via a mobile device—identical to the regular season.
The south end of Neyland Stadium will be closed as progress continues on several fan experience enhancements. Sections G through Q and GG through QQ will be closed, as well as gates 1 through 12.
Fans can access general admission seating of Neyland Stadium through the following gates: 13, 14, 15-A, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22 and 23. The stadium’s clear bag policy will be in effect, and gates will open at 1 p.m.
On-campus parking lots will open at 7 a.m. Free public parking will be available at the following lots:
Ag Campus with free shuttles running to and from; begins at 11:30 a.m.
G10 Garage via Neyland Dr. entry
11th Street Garage at 1100 Cumberland Ave.
White Avenue Garage at 1621 White Ave.
G17 Garage at 1800 Lake Ave.
The Vols open their third spring of the Josh Heupel era on March 20. UT owns the SEC’s third-most victories (18) since Heupel’s remarkable turnaround of the program in 2021. The Vols’ fast, fun and real culture have yielded the nation’s No. 1 offense, averaging 42.7 points and 499.96 yards per game over the past two seasons.