Plan Your Party at the 2013 Fiesta Bowl Game
BCS Battle in the Valley of the Sun
What better way is there to kick off the New Year than by watching two of the best teams in college football battle it out for a championship title? If you’re a football fan, then you won’t find anything more exhilarating than attending the Fiesta Bowl.
Big Game Details
2013 Fiesta Bowl
January 3, 2013
Held every year at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the 43rd Annual Tostitos Fiesta Bowl will start at 6 p.m. on January 3, 2013. Last year over 70,000 fans filled the stadium to near capacity as the Oklahoma State Cowboys defeated the Stanford Cardinals with a score of 41-38. In 2007, Boise State battled TCU to a 43-42 overtime victory in a game many said was one of the most thrilling bowl games of all time, and you can expect more of the same next year as two top teams do battle. The game will feature the Big 12 Champion (unless they are the #1 or #2 ranked team in the BCS poll) and an at-large opponent.
BusinessWeek has deemed the University of Phoenix Stadium one of the top 10 sports complexes in the world. The stadium features a retractable roof that makes it perfect for the January Fiesta Bowl event regardless of the weather.
Show Your School SpiritOther than the exhilarating football game before your eyes, you can expect a lot of fun and excitement on from game day. It will be nationally televised on ESPN, so be sure to wear your best fan garb and hold up an attention grabbing sign for a chance to garner a TV cameo for all you friends and family back home. Hey, why not show your school spirit by painting your face, too?
Fiesta Bowl 2013 TicketsRight now you can sign up on the Fiesta Bowl website to be on the ticket wait list for the game. During the football season, selected names will receive an email notifying them of their opportunity to purchase tickets to the game. Those looking for top-notch seats can purchase tickets in one of the 88 luxury suites available on two levels or perhaps one of the 7,000 club seats that also offer access to the private lounge rooms. All seats within the stadium are individualized and have cup holders and arm rests. Other options include group ticket purchases and suites.
Make it an Arizona VacationYou’re sure to be exhausted after the Fiesta Bowl, so why not secure accommodations at a Phoenix vacation rental in the area and make a week-long getaway out of your trip? Come a few days early and watch the Annual Fiesta Bowl Band Championship – a high school marching band competition that kicks off the Fiesta Bowl festivities. Of course, there’s also a slew of activities you can enjoy in the Phoenix area to make your trip complete.
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