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Miami Dolphins Fans Tailgate

By Miami Dolphins Tickets Staff Writer: R. Murray

Join the fun before all Miami Dolphins football games, and tailgate!

 

Dolphins Tailgating Rules and Regulations:

All parking gates open four (4) hours before kickoff.

Parking lots close two (2) hours from the conclusion of Regulation play
You are allowed to park where you desire during the first hour after parking gates open. Directive parking will begin one (1) hour after parking gates open.
Occupy only ONE (1) parking space per vehicle. Sorry, but no saving spaces allowed.
Tailgate directly behind your vehicle; Use the 8' x 10' space outlined on the ground.
Do NOT block the fire lane; The lane is needed for emergency response vehicles.
No box trucks, trailers, grills in tow, or any catering service may be brought in.
No kegs are allowed on the property.
Possession of alcoholic beverages by an underage person is prohibited.
No generators, home speakers, banners and/or DJ's may be used.
Please keep music volume low and do not play music with inappropriate language.
Barbeque grills are allowed; Open flame fires are not permitted.
Extinguish hot coals before leaving.
Do NOT dispose of charcoal briquettes on the ground. When cold, place them in a plastic bag and deposit them in a trash bin.
Clean up your area before entering the stadium so it's safe for you and others.

Miami Dolphins Tailgating Times: 

Gates open four hours before the start of the game and they close two hours after the conclusion of the game. For the first hour fans are allowed to park wherever they wish as long as it is not a reserved section. After the first hour there are parking attendants that guide you to your parking spot. A little tip I'll provide is when planning on tailgating with multiple cars, be sure to go in together as there is absolutely no saving spaces once you park. Furthermore, each vehicle must only occupy one spot.