Penn State is preparing for its first “normal” Blue-White spring game since 2019. In 2020, the game was cancelled entirely due to COVID-19, and last year’s had to be played before a limited audience. Now, Blue-White is back to normal, and Penn State is ready to celebrate with spring practice culminating in the event scheduled for Saturday, April 23.
Along with the traditional spring game, that Saturday will feature “Boardwalk Fan Fest” a game-day festival that features food, carnival games, free carnival rides, a photo booth and face painting. Carnival games will be cash-only, while food can be paid for with a credit card in addition to cash.
Boardwalk Fan Fest, located on Curtin Road in front of Beaver Stadium, will start at 9 a.m. and run through the games scheduled start time of 2 p.m.
All parking passes for the Blue-White game will be mobile, and mobile passes were added to 2022 season parking pass account holders who renewed by the Feb. 18 deadline. Fans can transfer their mobile parking passes, but must have their offers accepted no later than 3 p.m. the Tuesday before the Blue-White Game.
RV parking is limited to the overnight RV lot, and fans can attain passes for the RV lot only if they have a 2022 season RV pass.
Mobile parking passes will be used exclusively for the Blue-White game. When Penn State takes on Ohio in its home opener Sept. 10, visible parking permits will be required to help traffic flow to assigned lots.
More information can be found here.