Stadium officials cracking down on tailgaters

John Merriman
John Merriman

HALAWA (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Warrior football game against UC Davis kicks off Saturday evening, and tailgaters are dealing with some changes.

Stadium employees were handing out fliers, warning fans about possible fines for violating tailgating rules.

They include, reserving stalls for other people, or using more than one stall for your party.

You also can't play in the parking lot, like tossing around a football or Frisbee.

"We've come to the same spot every game for years and years and we've always gotten along well with the people around us. You need to make room, we know we only have our spot. Our buying a ticket doesn't let us take up two or three spots and we come here and have a good time and that's all we want everyone to do", said Ewa Beach resident John Merriman.

Stadium officials say violators will be warned, and if they don't comply, they could be fined anywhere from $50 to $150.

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