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Football home games feature
FanFest, free shuttle

Fans who attend Lumberjack football games can expect a great athletic event and an enhanced experience before and after the game.

Lumberjack FanFest kicks off four hours before each home game and offers fun for families including games, giveaways, face painting and photo opportunities with Louie the Lumberjack. FanFest will host a beer garden featuring New Belgium Brewing Company, food vendors and music courtesy of Rewind 104.1.

FanFest is free and open until game time in parking lot 64 south of the Skydome.

NAU has launched a free game day shuttle service to deliver fans from parking lot 62 and the San Francisco Parking Garage to the Skydome. Shuttle service will begin four hours prior to each of the five home football games and will end 30 minutes after the game ends. Shuttle service and parking in each of the designated lots is free. Click here for a map of shuttle service and designated parking lots.

Fans also can take Mountain Link service to the game. Click here for a map, fares and service information. NAU faculty, staff and students with a valid Jacks Card ride for free.

The 1899 Bar & Grill is joining in the festivities with a pre-game party on the patio, which will open two hours prior to the game with free appetizers, drink specials, games and prizes.

Customers can park for free in the High Country Conference Center parking garage with validation at 1899. Shuttle service between 1899 and the Skydome will be provided 40 minutes before the game until kickoff and then resume after the game. 

The Lumberjack football schedule is available here. Purchase game tickets online or call (928) 523-5661.

 
 

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