A host of events on tap for the annual Cardinalpalooza


The annual Cardinalpalooza, a free Stanford sports festival, will be held Saturday on The Farm. Highlighting the day will be the Cardinal and White Spring Game, which will be played in Cagan Stadium starting at 1 p.m.

There is free parking and tailgating throughout the day, and four Stanford teams competing on campus. All events are free. Four food trucks will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Stanford football season ticket members who are also Buck/Cardinal Club donors have the exclusive opportunity to purchase Cardinal and White Spring Game tailgate tickets, which includes all-you-can-eat BBQ, refreshments, beer and wine from noon-3 p.m. in Masters Grove with a view of the action.

All Stanford football season ticket members can claim early access passes, allowing them to enter Cagan Stadium in advance of the general public (while supplies last). Fans should log into their account, and find the item under 'View My Promotions.' For questions, please call (800)-STANFORD (option 1).

Teams competing during Cardinalpalooza include beach volleyball (all day), men's tennis against Washington at 6:30 p.m. (at the Broadway Tennis Center), women's water polo against Cal at 3 p.m. and football's Cardinal and White Spring Game. An autograph session will follow the football game. Free posters (limit one per person) will be provided.

Free parking will be available in Lot 3, Toyon Grove, Sunken Diamond/Varsity, and the Track House lot.

The men's tennis match was moved to Burlingame (indoors) due to inclement weather.

— Stanford Athletics/Palo Alto Online Sports

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