Kentucky football training camp begins this week, and single-game tickets for the Wildcats’ home games, including those against Southeastern Conference opponents, will go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday, Aug. 1 at 9 a.m. ET on the UK Athletics Official Marketplace powered by Ticketmaster.
With strong demand continuing for all ticket options, primary inventory for the Tennessee and Alabama games is already sold out. Tickets for the Florida game will be extremely limited. Fans are encouraged to consider season ticket options to guarantee tickets for those games.
Season ticket demand has been as strong as it’s been in many years and those packages are also going fast. A limited number of seats in the lower bowl remain, starting at $350 plus a $50 K Fund donation. Less than 300 seats remain in the upper bowl, priced from $225-$325 per seat for all seven games.
Those looking for single-game options for all games should utilize the UK Athletics Official Marketplace powered by Ticketmaster. The verified resale marketplace is completely integrated with UK Athletics’ ticketing system and uses barcode verification technology to ensure the authenticity of all tickets. As the official fan-to-fan marketplace of Big Blue Nation, Ticketmaster provides fans with reliable and convenient access to purchase tickets for games and sections that otherwise may be sold out, as well the ability to post verified tickets for sale.
Mini-packs for the 2023 season are also available through UKFootballTix.com. Fans can choose one SEC matchup (Florida or Missouri) and two non-conference games (Ball State, EKU and Akron), starting at $104 per package, while supplies last.
Group tickets are available for UK’s games against Ball State, EKU, Akron and Missouri. Groups of 15 or more can purchase tickets, starting at $25 each, by calling the UK Sales Office at (800) 928-2287 (Option 1). To learn more about group sales opportunities, visit UKathletics.com/Groups.
The Wildcats have been to seven consecutive bowl games and won four of the last five. Big Blue Nation’s impact on the program is impactful. Kentucky is 35-14 at Kroger Field over the last seven seasons.
The Wildcats begin the 2023 season begins Sept. 2 in Kroger Field against Ball State. The Wildcats’ first three games of the season will be at home (vs. EKU on Sept. 9 and vs. Akron on Sept. 16). UK’s SEC home opener will be Sept. 30 vs. Florida.
Fans may work together with a personal ticketing consultant to compare and purchase available seat locations by requesting a call or by contacting the UK Sales Office at (800) 928-2287 (Option 1).
UK Athletics and REVELxp have teamed up once again this year to offer turnkey, hassle-free tailgating for Kentucky football fans! All tailgates are located steps away from Kroger Field and offer a variety of package offerings to accommodate all groups. To learn more about tailgate packages, click here.
Students interested in ticket options should visit UKStudentTix.com for complete information on football and men’s basketball ticketing and to learn more about student season passes and single-game options. The season pass request window has concluded as of Friday, July 28 and information about single-game student tickets will be available in mid-August.
Fans eager to get a first look at the 2023 Wildcats are invited to Kentucky Football Fan Day, presented by UK HealthCare, which will take place on Saturday, Aug. 5.
The main attraction for the popular annual event will be open practice on the practice fields at the Joe Craft Football Training Center from 11 a.m. to approximately 12:45 p.m. ET.
Fan Day is open to the public and admission is free. Free parking will be available in the blue lot at Kroger Field. Fans can begin entering the facility at 10 a.m. at the practice field gate in the plaza outside Gate 12 of Kroger Field.
Fan Day will be the first Saturday practice of fall camp, marking the conclusion of the first week of on-field training for the 2023 season.