RICHARDSON, Texas - Tickets are now on sale for the Lone Star Football Festival presented by Firestone, a three-day event set for September 13-14-15, at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Fans can purchase tickets in the athletic ticket office of each participating team, as well as from Ticketmaster. Through Ticketmaster, fans can purchase online at (search Lone Star Football Festival), by phone at 800-745-3000, and at numerous Ticketmaster retail outlets.
Dallas-Fort Worth area fans also can purchase advance tickets during regular business hours at both the Lone Star Conference office and Cowboys Stadium ticket window.
Admission to the event will be offered in daily tickets for Thursday, Friday or Saturday's games along with an option for a three-day festival pass.
A daily ticket for Thursday or Friday is $20 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets for Saturday are $25 for adults and $10 for students. The festival pass, which is good for admission all three days, is $35 for adults and $15 for students. Seating will be general admission with children 1-year and older requiring a ticket. To be admitted with a student ticket, bearer must be between 1 and 18 years old or present valid college ID.
The three-day, six-game affair which includes all nine LSC football teams starts on Thursday with Midwestern State versus Texas A&M-Commerce at 7 p.m. The game will be televised live on the CBS Sports Network.
Friday's lineup includes one LSC game and a high school contest, with Incarnate Word versus Eastern New Mexico at 3:30 p.m., followed by defending 5A state champion Southlake Carroll against Temple at 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday, the action starts at Noon with Angelo State in opposition to two-time NCAA Division II national champion Valdosta State from the Gulf South Conference, followed by a pair of conference clashes with Tarleton State against Abilene Christian at 4 p.m. and Texas A&M-Kingsville versus West Texas A&M at 8 p.m.
The 2011 Lone Star Football Festival drew an LSC attendance record 24,837 fans to a tripleheader of games, which included Midwestern State defeating Texas A&M-Commerce 63-17 in the Harvey Martin Classic, North Alabama stopping Abilene Christian 23-17, and West Texas A&M using a quick start to top Texas A&M-Kingsville 42-21.
Cowboys Stadium is the largest, most technologically advanced sports and entertainment venue in the world. Designed by HKS and built by Manhattan Construction, the $1.2 billion stadium features two monumental arches, the world's largest HD quality video board, an expansive retractable roof and the largest retractable end zone doors in the world.
In addition to being home of the Dallas Cowboys and the annual AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic, the stadium will host the 2014 NCAA men's basketball Final Four and served as home to Super Bowl XLV, the 2010 NBA All-Star Game and 2009 and 2010 Big 12 Championship football games. For more information on Cowboys Stadium, go to: .