Garth Brooks Concert - Clear Bag Policy and Prohibited Items List

Author: Alison Thigpen

Do you know what you can bring in to the Stadium for the Garth Brooks concert tomorrow?  Take a look at the list below!

Bag Policy: The University of Notre Dame has implemented a clear bag policyfor all reserve-ticketed events at Notre Dame Stadium. The policy allows for only clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12" in size. Clear bags may have a logo on one side so long as said logo does not exceed 4.5" x 3.4". Small clutch bags with or without a handle, strap or wallets that do not exceed 4.5" x 6.5," or approximately the size of a hand, are allowable and do not need to be clear plastic. One-gallon clear plastic zip bags (such as Ziploc or Hefty bags) are also allowable. Exceptions will be made for approved medical bags or equipment, which will be inspected at designated gates.

Prohibited Items: Alcohol, Artificial noisemakers, Cans or glass bottles, Drones or Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), Fireworks or Explosives, Food or Beverage, GoPro or Selfie Sticks, Large containers , Laser or Pen Pointers, Opened bottles of any kind or other drinking containers, Smoking, tobacco, or e-cigarettes (St. Joseph County ordinance), Stadium chairs or seat backs (Unless medical reason with documentation), Strollers, the throwing of any object at any time, Bags (Includes, but not limited to, purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, drawstring/cinch sack bags, luggage of any kind, computer bags, camera bags, binocular cases, diaper bags, grocery bags, and bags larger than the permissible size noted in the clear bag policy), or Any other items deemed dangerous or inappropriate

In addition, for the Garth Brooks concert, the following items are not permitted: Professional cameras, professional video cameras, audio recording devices, iPads, and umbrellas.

Signs: Signs bigger than standard poster board (28" x 22") will not be permitted. Signs must be in good taste and cannot display profanity, objectionable images or contain political wording/images.

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