NORMAN, Okla. - Kickoff for the University of Oklahoma Spring Football Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking is set for 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13 at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Advance tickets are currently available for $5 online or by calling the OU Athletics Ticket Office at (405) 325-2424 or toll-free at (800) 456-4668. The price will increase to $10 on April 10.
The OU Spring Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking is part of a full day of activities slated for that date, including the second annual Big Boomer BBQ and the OU Spring Sale. Fans can enjoy a variety of local barbecue while also enjoying live music and kids' amusement rides.
The OU Spring Sale will feature a number of vendors selling a wide variety of apparel and Sooners' merchandise. Additional information and a full slate of events will be announced in the coming weeks once plans are finalized.
All seating is general admission for the Spring Game. All normal game entry policies remain in place for the Spring Game relative to permitted items. Campus parking lots will be open and free of charge for fans attending the Spring Game.
Members of the Sooner Kids Club and children five and under will also be admitted free. For more information on joining the Sooners Kids Club, call (405) 325-6353 or view information online at SoonerSports.com. OU students also are admitted free of charge by showing a current OU ID at the gate.
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