Williams Brice Stadium Tickets
1174 George Rogers Blvd, Columbia, SC 29208
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Williams Brice Stadium Tickets and Event Dates
DirectionsFrom Airport: Turn left onto Highway 302. Go approximately two miles and turn on I-26 East towards Charleston. Bear left onto I-77 North after three miles. Go about four miles and take the Bluff Road exit. Turn left onto Bluff Road and the stadium is three miles down on your right.
From I-20 (Heading East): Take U.S. 1 exit into Columbia. Turn right on Assembly Street. Stadium is three miles down on your right.
From I-20 (Heading West): Take exit 76 (I-77 South) towards Charleston. Follow road 10 miles and take the Bluff Road exit. Make a right onto Bluff Road and the stadium is three miles down on your right.
From I-26 (heading West): Take I-77 North exit. Go about four miles and take the Bluff Road exit. Turn left onto Bluff Road and the stadium is three miles down on your right.
From I-26 (heading East): Follow I-126 into Columbia (becomes Elmwood Avenue). Take a right onto Assembly Street. Stadium is five miles down on your right.
Media Parking Lot: Located across George Rogers Boulevard, opposite the North end zone in the State Fairgrounds. Enter on George Rogers Boulevard.
Media Elevator: Located at ground level on the stadium West side.
ParkingA Gameday parking office is located inside the ticket office beneath the ramp in the northwest corner of the stadium. The office opens at 8 AM or five hours prior to kickoff depending on game time. This is for last minute parking problems only. No new parking passes will be sold at this time. For GPS purposes the address of Williams-Brice Stadium is 1125 George Rogers Boulevard.
The University of South Carolina only sells season passes for accessible parking.
Disabled individuals who are members of the Gamecock Club should send in a copy of a state-distributed accessible parking tag to acquire a paid reserved parking space in the accessible area of the fairgrounds.
Disabled individuals who are not members of the Gamecock Club should present their state-distributed parking tag and purchase a spot in the accessible area of the Fairgrounds via the University of South Carolina Ticket Office as long as space is available. In the event that the designated area fills up, they should drop off accessible persons at the stadium and seek parking elsewhere.
To access the shuttle service to the stadium, guests should wait by Pole 13 in the lot. We ask that seats on the shuttle be reserved for those who are disabled and that those who are able to walk to the stadium assist their disabled companions. The shuttles will transport guests to the north corners of Williams-Brice Stadium. Service begins two and one-half hours before kickoff and will continue until the game begins. Return transportation will also be available after the game, beginning with five minutes left in the event and until there is no one waiting at the shuttle stations. Please be advised that both pedestrians and vehicular traffic are extremely heavy following the game; therefore, the wait time for shuttles may be extensive.
There are a limited number of spaces available to accessible Gamecock Club members in each lot.
Please review the pre-game and post-game traffic flow maps to help you plan your visit to Williams-Brice Stadium. All parking in the South Carolina State Fairgrounds is reserved parking for the football season. No individual parking is available. Visitors are also encouraged to park in the Capitol City Parking Lot. This lot is located less than a half-mile from the stadium on the west side of Assembly Street and costs $10 per car.
For individuals interested in RV parking there are a couple of options available. RV parking is available in the Fairgrounds (803.799.3387) on the east side of Assembly Street. Also, RV parking is available at Capitol City Stadium/Blowfish Park which is located less than a half-mile from the stadium to the west side of Assembly Street. Parking in this lot costs $10 per space needed to fully accommodate the vehicle. RV hook-ups are not available in this lot.
Capital City Stadium Parking Lot
The cost to park in this lot is $10 per car or $10 per space needed to fully accommodate RVs.
Farmer's Market Parking - Individual Gameday Sales
The South Carolina State Farmer's Market sells individual parking spaces on game days on a first come-first serve basis. This parking area is located just southwest of Williams-Brice Stadium. To locate this parking lot travel South on Bluff Road, turn right onto National Guard Road, go 0.2 miles, and turn right. This could be a source of parking for disabled individuals on a game-by-game basis.
Shuttle Bus questions can be directed to Parking Services at 777-1439
Box Office Numbers803-777-4274
Box Office HoursIn Advance : 9am - 5pm
Day of Event : 4 hours prior to kickoff
Types of Payment AcceptedCash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, & American Express
Will CallLocated: Northwest corner of Williams-Brice Stadium at Gate 26.
Opens : Four hours prior to game time
PLEASE BRING PICTURE I.D., THE ACTUAL CREDIT CARD USED TO PURCHASE THE TICKETS, AND YOUR CONFIRMATION NUMBER.
Accessible SeatingThis venue is accessible.
General RulesItems NOT allowed:
Oversized bags and purses (exception: diaper bags)
• Coolers, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks
• Food of any kind
• Camcorders and tripods
• Weapons/concealed weapons
• Alcoholic beverages
• Containers of any kind
• Aerosol and spray cans
• Mace/pepper spray
• Animals (except service animals)
• Laser lights and pointers
• Artificial noisemakers
• Inflatables (beach balls, etc.)
• Flags and flagpoles, unauthorized banners
Smoking is NOT permitted
Children RulesEvery Patron Needs a Ticket.
MiscellaneousDress Code : Gamecock fans are encouraged to wear garnet and black to games and to enthusiastically support the Gamecocks in good sportsmanlike fashion
In the spirit of sportsmanship, Gamecock fans shall:
• conduct themselves in a manner that represents their University, the Southeastern Conference, and the NCAA with honor, dignity, and respect
• demonstrate the qualities of civility and sportsmanship at all times
• not use vulgar, abusive, racist, sexist, demeaning, or intimidating language at any time
• support the players, coaches, and officials in a positive manner
• treat the visiting team, coaches, and fans with courtesy and respect at all times
• not engage in cheers that are vulgar, crass, or demeaning
• refrain from throwing objects onto the field for any reason
• not become inebriated or belligerent
• refrain from entering the playing field at any time, including after the game
• be a positive role model for those around them by treating others with courtesy and respect