2020 VRBO Citrus Bowl in Orlando Preview

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Press Release by Camping World Stadium along with additional information

The VRBO Citrus Bowl will continue in its traditional New Year’s Day timeslot, kicking off at 1:00 p.m. ET on January 1, 2020. This season will be the 74th edition of the postseason mainstay, which has been televised on ABC for 30 of the past 32 years.

The game will continue to host the top Big Ten and SEC teams from outside the “New Year’s Six” series of bowls. In years where a Big Ten team is assigned to play in a non-semifinal Orange Bowl, the Citrus Bowl will host the top non-NY6 selection from the ACC against the top non-NY6 selection from the SEC. In last year’s game, Kentucky defeated Penn State 27-24 as the Wildcats locked in the program’s first 10-win campaign since 1977.

Get your tickets now from the stadium box office and or at local Ticketmaster. Watch out for ticket scalpers outside the stadium selling fake tickets at high-ticket prices. Game tickets range from $40 to $225+ per ticket per person. Some seating areas inside this stadium may already be sold out. Sideline and club tickets for both bowl games are now available as a part of Florida Citrus Sports membership ticket packages. General public sales will start later this fall. For tickets please visit www1.ticketmaster.com/citrus-bowl-orlando-florida-01-01 2020/event/2200570DE24D9F64?brand=campingworld&CAMEFROM=CFC_campingworld_WEB_Eventpage_CWS&f_identity_v2_edp=true

Here are some tips how to prepare for game day. Don’t forget to dress comfortably for the weather. It could be hot or cold outside. Here are some items to pack such as sunglasses, ball cap, sunscreen, poncho, and cash.

It is just a quick walk or ride from Downtown Orlando to Camping World Stadium. Some street may be blocked off around the stadium. Use your GPS for the best route to Camping World Stadium in Orlando. The address of the stadium is located at One Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, Florida 32805.

It is recommended to pre-pay for parking ahead of time. There may be limited parking on game day near the stadium. Parking fees in the area range from $10-$50 depending on location. Another options to the stadium are to use a ride sharing service, taxis, and or local bus transportation. For more City of Orlando parking options please visit www.orlando.gov/Parking-Transportation/Parking/Parking-Garages-and-Lots

Fans will enjoy both tailgating and a game day experience zone right outside the stadium. Most fans will be tailgating early before the game starts. Team merchandise will be available to purchase.

There are many sights and sound of game day at Camping World Stadium. With a ticket in hand, there will be long lines to get into this stadium. Just remember there is security checkpoint to go through. Certain items are not allowed inside this stadium. Every seat inside the stadium has a good view. Some seats are more comfortable than others. The upper desk has blenching seating while the lower bowl has box seating.

During the game, feel the excitement with your favorite college team. If you get hungry during the game, there is plenty of concession stands to choose from around the stadium. Prices will vary depending on food and drink items.

At the end of the football game, stick around and see the trophy ceremony. The winning college football team will hoist the Camping World Bowl trophy in the air for all to see. Most team will parade the trophy around the stadium concluding the trophy ceremony.

For more information on this college football game please visit www.CitrusBowlOrlando.com or www.campingworldstadium.com

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Source of information: First hand experience, Camping World Stadium, Wikipedia.org

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