- Taking photos with the tiger statue is a popular activity for visitors.
- Be in the stands during a game that starts in the afternoon. When the sun sets behind the west upper deck, and the day game transitions to a night game, the crowd goes wild.
- During home games, Tiger Stadium becomes the fifth largest city in the state of Louisiana as over 92,000 fans pack the cathedral of college football to watch the Tigers play.
- Tailgating is fun, but make sure you get inside before kickoff. Mike the Tiger and the LSU cheerleaders make a ceremonial lap around the field.
- Night game anyone?
- Ever watch the sun set behind Tiger Stadium? If you haven't, you definitely should.
- Love Purple, Live Gold!
- On game days it becomes the 6th largest city in Louisiana. Get here for extra special night games, roars from 93,000 fans led by Mike VI, a live Bengal tiger have moved the needle on LSU's seismograph
- It never rains in Tiger Stadium!!
- An environment like no other to watch a college football game. Prepare to sit in traffic for a looooooong time after the game.
- The Cathedral Of College Football!!!! Best Fans In The SEC!!!!!! Geaux Tigers!!!!!!!!!! LSU!!!!!! :D
- Flying over tiger stadium
- Fans in Death Valley once celebrated so much after a Tigers touchdown that their reaction registered on the seismograph on campus! The Earthquake Game was a 7-6, last-second win for LSU in 1988.
- Watch tailgating food videos from LSU Football games with Jay Ducote at www.biteandbooze.com
- Tailgate the entire day before a LSU football game. Visit Mike the Tiger and watch the Tiger Band run down the hill.
- Place a voodoo curse on Nick Saban.
- Stay out of Death Valley lol get club seat or bring hats and fans
- Now this is what college football in the south is all about. Great tailgate scene, fun & raucous gatherings. Bring your appetite & your thirst. Great experience, the game is almost secondary. Almost.
- Awesome experience. Loudest stadium