Hawkeyes Adjust Kinnick Stadium Rules To Accommodate Fans
This Saturday, when the Iowa Hawkeyes host North Texas, the temperature and heat index is expected to be in the 90's. Because of the unseasonably hot weather, school officials will allow fans to bring in water to help 'beat the heat'.
The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced the changes to assist fans attending Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, September 16th.
Water Monsters will serve as hydration stations at each of the four corners of the Kinnick Stadium concourse.
Fans will be permitted to enter the stadium with empty water bottles of any size and/or an unlimited number of sealed water bottles. Aramark will also sell bottled water at the stadium concession stands at a reduced price.
For any fan in distress or in need of a break from the heat, an expanded rest area is available outside the First Aid Station at the southeast corner of the stadium. This space will provide shelter, cool air, and hydration.
If you or someone attending the game is in need of medical assistance, please alert CSC stadium staff or ask those around to signal for help.
The Hawkeyes host North Texas on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium at 2:35 p.m. (CT). Tickets are still available at hawkeyesports.com/tickets.
Source: University of Iowa Athletics Department