KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Chevrolet Orange & White Game returns to Neyland Stadium at 4 p.m. ET on April 24 with free admission to all fans.
The main bowl of Neyland Stadium will be general admission seating utilizing every other row. Tickets are not required. Gates open at 2:30 p.m. Face coverings will be required at entry and during movement through the stadium.
Normal game day policies will be in effect, including the clear bag policy. Game day road closures will be in effect as well. Beginning at 11 a.m., Phillip Fulmer Way will be closed from Cumberland Avenue to Peyton Manning Pass.
Tennessee’s family-friendly pregame tailgate at Vol Village will open at 12:30 p.m. in Lot 9 (directly west of Neyland Stadium) and will feature music provided by VFL Sterling Henton, photo opportunities, Smokey, food vendors, giveaways and other activities.
The full Pride of the Southland Band will be in attendance during the spring game.
The contest will be broadcast live on SEC Network+ and the Vol Radio Network.
While admission is free and tickets are not required, fans can RSVP to receive Orange & White Game information and updates as well as a chance to enter to win two (2) 2021 Tennessee football season tickets at UTSports.com/OW.
Saturday’s events kick off with softball hosting Georgia at 2 p.m. at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium.
First-year Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel and his Volunteers culminate the spring at 4 p.m. Heupel, who owned a 28-8 record at UCF, brings an explosive, up-tempo offensive philosophy and an attacking defensive style to Knoxville.
Season tickets for the centennial celebration of Neyland Stadium and the start of the Heupel era are on sale now at AllVols.com. Season tickets start as low as $300, with the Vol Pass and payment plan options offered. Fans can experience the Neyland Stadium 3D map to select tickets based on preference. Fans with questions related to seats, views and options can utilize the live “CHAT” feature on AllVols.com.
Fans interested in season tickets can schedule an appointment time to speak with a representative on the day of the spring game here.
Tennessee opens the 2021 campaign against Bowling Green on Sept. 4 in Neyland Stadium. The Vols and the SEC return to a 12-game regular season slate following a unique 2020 campaign that included 10 conference-only contests due to COVID-19. The eight-game-home schedule includes visits from Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Georgia.