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Blue-White Weekend to Include LaVar Arrington All-Star Game, Fiesta Bowl Honor

by on April 05, 2018 4:30 AM

Penn State football announced additional activities — including an all-star game hosted by LaVar Arrington and a ceremony honoring the 2017 Fiesta Bowl champions — for the annual Blue-White Game on April 21.

Alumnus LaVar Arrington will hold his annual A11 Stars Bowl, an eighth-grade all-star game, on the field of Beaver Stadium at 10 a.m. All players invited to the game will practice on campus in the week leading up to the Blue-White game and will play their game prior to the start of Penn State’s game. The game is free and open to the public.

Additionally, the 2017 Fiesta Bowl championship team will be recognized during the game.

These new events are in addition to the already-announced Fan Fest, autograph session, and other activities throughout Blue-White weekend. All events are free and open to the public for Penn State fans of all ages.

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For parking at the Blue-White Game:

- Season ticket and season parking permit holders from the 2017 season received a white 2018 Blue-White Game parking permit with their 2017 ticket booklet last summer. The Blue-White Game pass is valid for the white or yellow lots.

- Fans may purchase a yellow permit for $20 in advance by calling 1-800-NITTANY until April 6 or at the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office until April 20, or pay cash upon arrival.

 - Friday Overnight RV arrival with a white 2018 Blue White permit issued with their 2017 parking permit will pay $60 at the ORV lot.

- Friday Overnight RV arrival with no permit will be charged $100 at the ORV lot.

- Saturday RV arrival with an RV permit issued with the 2017 season permit will be admitted without charge.

- Saturday RV arrival with no permit will be charged $40 at the ORV lot.



Mikey Mandarino is a staff writer for Onward State.
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