Sue Lister | July 14, 2017
The University of Notre Dame will publicly unveil the largest construction project in its 175-year history with a pair of events during Kicks & Flicks Week August 20 through 25. From a football scrimmage and tours of new facilities to a movie on the video board, fans of all ages are invited to experience the enhanced amenities in and around Notre Dame Stadium during these events.
On Sunday (Aug. 20), the New & Gold Game will feature a simulation of a game day experience including a Fighting Irish scrimmage, a performance by the Notre Dame Marching Band and participation from the Notre Dame cheerleaders. Self-guided tours of portions of Duncan Student Center (the building located on the west side of the stadium), Corbett Family Hall (the east building), and O’Neill Hall (the south building) will also be available for fans to see some of the University’s newest spaces.
Tours will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests wishing to tour Duncan Student Center should line up at Door 14 on the south side exterior of the building. Guests who are already in the stadium can also participate in the Duncan Student Center tours by lining up on the first floor of concourse near sections 28-31. Elevators will take guests to the Dahnke Ballroom on the seventh floor and the Rasmus Family Club on the eighth floor where they can view the premium seats and views of campus.
Tours of Corbett Family Hall will begin on the south side exterior of the building at Door 4. There will be no stadium concourse access for tours of Corbett Family Hall. Elevators will take guests to the Downes Club on the seventh floor and Level 8.
Tours of O’Neill Hall will begin on the upper concourse (fourth floor) on the south side of the stadium underneath the video board. Guests will be able to view South Club.