Dallas Renegades Tailgate Policy
We want all guests at Globe Life Park to enjoy events here, and some of that fun starts before you enter the ballpark.
All guests wishing to tailgate must observe the following guidelines. These guidelines have been developed to provide a fair, reasonable, and safe tailgating experience for guests. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in the loss of tailgating privileges and ejection from the parking lot.
Tailgating Do’s and Don’ts
- A Renegades game ticket is required to access the parking lot on Opening Day and potential Renegades postseason games. Tickets for other events are not required to access the parking lot, unless specified.
- Parking spaces are for vehicles only. They are not for tents, grills, chairs or other items.
- Tailgating is permitted only in grassy areas.
- Tailgating is permitted from the time the parking lots open until kickoff. Any tailgate set-up prior to lots opening is prohibited. Post-game tailgating is allowed up to 2 hours after the game, at which time the lots will be cleared by security.
- The maximum area that any single tailgate space may occupy is 9-feet wide and 12-feet deep.
- Tailgating must be confined to the area adjacent to the end of the designated tailgating vehicle
- parking space (maximum of 12 feet from the rear of the parking vehicle).
- All guests must follow the directions and instructions provided by ballpark and security personnel.
- Trash should be disposed of in the appropriate receptacles.
- Coals must be disposed of in the designated coal containers located throughout the lots.
- Do not dump coals or store stoves on the grass, parking areas, or under/around vehicles.
The following items and activities are prohibited:
- Setting up tailgates prior to lots opening.
- Open flame fires of any kind. Charcoal and gas cooking is permitted.
- Deep fryers or any oil-based cooking or frying.
- Saving parking or tailgate spaces
- Weapons or fireworks
- The use of drones
- Disorderly Conduct
- Sale of food, beverage, or merchandise, etc.
- Amplified sound systems or the use of radios/audio devices at loud levels.
- Outside food companies
- Advertising or promoting any third party products (including but not limited to food and beverage products)