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Courtesy: Duke Athletics
Cameron Indoor Stadium
Men's Basketball A-Z Game Day Guide
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 08/03/2015
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Accessible Accommodations and Information

Please find below a list of disability services currently provided at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Prior to game day, please feel free to reach out to our disabilities coordinators at 919-668-1282 to help make arrangements for your visit or if you have any special needs, questions or concerns regarding our accessibility and accommodations.

Iron Duke Parking for Persons with Disabilities - is available in the Whitford Drive Lot, Science Drive Visitors’ Lot and Science Drive Garage (Level 6). The lots open three (3) hours prior to tip-off on game day. Iron Dukes that need access to this lot should contact the Iron Duke Office at 919-613-7575 to acquire a parking permit before game day. An accessible drop-off and pick-up point for persons with disabilities is at the Science Drive Visitors’ Lot. Guests should use the accessible lift-equipped van for transportation to the stadium. After dropping off their guest they must park in their designated Iron Duke parking lot. Post-game, guests will be able to access Wannamaker Road for pick-up at the Blue Zone Lots.

General Public Parking for Persons with Disabilities - is available in Blue Zone Lots 1, 3 and 5 on Wannamaker Drive off of Towerview Road - $10.00 per vehicle per game. The lot opens three (3) hours prior to tip-off on game day. Towerview Road can be accessed via Duke University Road. Accessible lift-equipped van service will be available for transportation from the shuttle drop-off/pick-up points in the Blue Zone to the Krzyzewskiville sign. An accessible pedestrian route to Cameron Indoor Stadium is available by following the sidewalk around Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium to the Bostock Gate and Tribull Plaza. An accessible drop-off and pick-up point for persons with disabilities is available outside the Wilson Gate of Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium. Guests should use the accessible lift-equipped van for transportation to the stadium. After drop-off, guests must park in a General Public parking lot. Post-game, guests will be able to access Wannamaker Drive for pick-up at the Blue Zone Lots.

Accessible Lift-Equipped Van - Accessible lift-equipped van service will be available as needed for guests needing wheelchair lift assistance. Please notify a parking lot attendant upon arrival to request van service.

Entry Screening Accommodations – All guests and personal items (including assistive devices) are subject to screening and search before entering Cameron Indoor Stadium. Guests with disabilities who are willing to utilize walk-through metal detectors are encouraged to do so; however, these lanes are not accessible for wheelchairs and other assistive devices. The designated Medical/Family Lanes at each entrance are accessible for all guests with disabilities. Guests with medical devices should consult their doctor or device manufacturer if unsure of their ability to use a walkthrough metal detector. Guests should notify Event Staff that they have a medical device and will be assisted through the screening process. For more information on the entry screening process, please review the Entry Screening Policy.

Accessible Seating Will Call Entrance – is located at the far right door of the Rubenstein Pavilion Entrance at the designated Medical/Family Lane (Lane #7) of the screening area.

Accessible Entrances – All general public entrances to Cameron Indoor Stadium at Rubenstein Pavilion, Morton Plaza, South Hall of Honor, Hall of Fame, and Scharf Hall are accessible for guests with disabilities. There is elevator access to the lower level next to the Champions Club behind Section 2 on the upper level.

Seating for Persons with Disabilities (General Public and Iron Dukes) - A limited number of accessible seats are available in Cameron Indoor Stadium. All special accommodations for accessible seating for Iron Dukes and the General Public must be made in advance of game day by contacting the Duke Ticket Office at 919-681-2583. Special accommodations will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis prior to game day. No special accommodations or ticket exchanges will be allowed on game day. Reservations for accessible seating will end at 4:30 PM two (2) business days prior to game day. Please note that for Saturday, Sunday and Monday games, reservations for accessible seating will end at 4:30 PM on Thursday prior to game day.

Seating for Persons with Disabilities (Duke University Undergraduate & Graduate Students) – A limited number of accessible seats are available in Cameron Indoor Stadium. All special accommodations for accessible seating for Duke University Undergraduate and Graduate Students must be made in advance of game day by contacting the Duke Disability Management Office at 919-668-1282. Special accommodations will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis prior to game day. No special accommodations or ticket exchanges will be allowed on game day. Reservations for accessible seating for students will end at 4:00 PM three (3) business days prior to game day. Please note that for Saturday, Sunday and Monday games, reservations for accessible seating will end at 4:00 PM on Wednesday prior to game day.

Assistive Listening Devices - Assistive listening devices are available on game day for those in need. Guests needing assistive listening devices should contact stadium staff and ask them to contact Game Operations with their seat location. Once the request is received, Game Operations will deliver the device to the guest at their seat.

Accessible Concessions Window – is located on the lower level in the North Lobby behind Section 18. When looking at the concessions stand, the accessible window is located at the door on the far right of the stand. Directional signage will be posted in the lobby.

Accessible Restrooms for Persons with Disabilities – All men’s and women’s restrooms are accessible for persons with disabilities. Men’s Restrooms are located behind Sections 1 and 9 on the upper level and on the lower level in the North Lobby behind Section 18. Women’s Restrooms are located behind Sections 4, 6 and 12 on the upper level and on the lower level in the southwest corner between Sections 17 and 20. There are new men’s restroom and women’s restrooms located in the South Lobby behind Section 20.

Gender Neutral Accessible Family Restroom – There are two gender neutral accessible family restrooms (Room 103T and Room 104T) now located on the lower level of Cameron Indoor Stadium on the southeast corner off of the South Lobby. The restrooms are accessible for guests with disabilities and provide changing tables for families with small children.

Lactation Room - There is a new lactation room (Room 102) located on the lower level of Cameron Indoor Stadium on the southeast corner off of the south lobby.

Emergency or Severe Weather Evacuation Procedures - If an emergency or severe weather evacuation were activated, stadium event staff and ushers will be available to assist persons with disabilities who request assistance in exiting the stadium or seeking safe shelter.

ADA Ticket Fraud – Ticket fraud includes, but is not limited to, the misrepresentation of a disability. Duke Athletics reserves the right to take appropriate action regarding misrepresentation, which may result in relocation, revocation of tickets or ejection.

Wheelchairs and Assistive Devices - Wheelchairs and assistive devices are permitted in Cameron Indoor Stadium and will be visually screened following standard bag search procedures prior to entry. All general public entrances to Cameron Indoor Stadium are accessible. An elevator in Rubenstein Pavilion provides access to the lobby, upper concourse (behind Section 2) and the Champions Club. Guests in wheelchairs should contact the Duke Ticket Office to reserve accessible seating in Section 20 Row CC (see Seating for Persons with Disabilities information above). Other assistive devices (including walkers) may be stored under the bleachers on the lower level and just outside the section vomitory on the upper level concourse. These devices may not impede aisles, walkways, or section entrances. Please see Event Staff at the entrance to your seating section for assistance with any devices.

Alcohol

It is strictly prohibited to bring alcohol into Cameron Indoor Stadium. Individuals violating this policy are subject to ejection from the stadium.

 

Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices are available on game day for those in need. Guests needing assistive listening devices should contact Event Staff and ask them to contact Game Operations with their seat location. Once the request is received, game day operations will deliver the device to the guest at his/her seat. Post game, please contact Event Staff so the device can be returned to Game Operations.  

 

ATM - BB&T
The BB&T ATM is located next to the Johnson Family Team Store at Scott Family Athletic Performance Center. The ATM only dispenses cash ($20 increments) and does not take deposits.

Banners and Signs

Banners and Signs are permitted inside Cameron Indoor Stadium; however, Duke reserves the right to prohibit or require the cessation of any display of a banner or sign that obstructs the view of other fans, obscures stadium signage, can be considered an advertisement or is determined to be obscene, vulgar, indecent, inappropriate or derogatory.

 

Blue Devil IMG Sports Network (Radio)
Fans can listen to all the action on the Blue Devil IMG Sports Network or world-wide on Duke Inside Access.  Check out a complete list of affiliates of the Blue Devil IMG Sports Network.

 

Cameron Experience

The Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame is open on weekdays, opens at 8:00 AM. On weekends, opens at 9:00 AM (12:00 PM tip-off ONLY) or 10:00 AM (all other game times). Both areas will close and be cleared of all guests 2.5 hours prior to tip-off. Hall of Fame will re-open at 2 hours prior to tip-off as a general public ticketed entrance. Rubenstein Pavilion will re-open at 1 hour prior to tip-off as a general public ticketed entrance.

 

The Athletics Hall of Fame is now located in Scharf Hall. Guests wishing to visit the Museum should enter the Schwartz-Butters Athletic Building from the North side of Cameron Indoor Stadium (K-Ville side) via the accessible ramp or from McClendon Plaza on the west side of Cameron Indoor Stadium between Cameron and the Krzyzewski Center. 

Camera Policy
Hand-held still cameras are permitted for personal use only. No cameras with a lens longer than four (4) inches are permitted into Cameron Indoor Stadium. Flash photography is not permitted at any time inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.  Video cameras are not permitted in Cameron Indoor Stadium for men’s basketball games. There shall be no filming of pregame, in-game or postgame activities on cellphones, iPads, or any other electronic device.

 

Champions Club

Located on the upper level of Rubenstein Pavilion or behind Sections 2 and 3 of the upper concourse of Cameron Indoor Stadium, Champions Club operations begin 90 minutes prior to tip-off and will remain open one (1) hour post-game. Champions Club is a private space available to only those guests with memberships. For more information about obtaining a membership please contact Mike Sobb at 919-668-5723 or msobb@duke.edu.

 

Children’s Ticket Policy

Children under two (2) years of age do not need a ticket to enter Cameron Indoor Stadium.  Children must be accompanied by a ticketed guardian and must be seated on a guardian’s lap and not interfere with the sightlines of other guests.  Guests with small children are encouraged to use the designated Medical/Family Lanes at each entrance for screening.

Club Blue Devil

Club Blue Devil is located next to the Duke Basketball Museum on the second floor of the Schwartz-Butters Athletic Center. Club Blue Devil will begin operations at two (2) hours prior to tip-off. Club Blue Devil will remain open through halftime and close at the beginning of the second half. Food and beverage will be allowed in the Basketball Museum and Hall of Fame, and outside on McClendon Plaza from Club Blue Devil. Food and beverage from Club Blue Devil is not allowed into Cameron Indoor Stadium. Only EMPTY souvenir cups from Club Blue Devil will be allowed in Cameron. For more information, contact Hospitality@duke.edu or visit GoDuke.com/CLUBBLUEDEVIL.

Compliments, Complaints & Comments

If you have compliments, complaints, or comments regarding Duke Men’s Basketball game day, please call Duke Game Operations at (919) 668-5658 or email us at duaa-gameops@duke.edu.

 

Concessions
A great variety of food items and Coca-Cola products are available from the concession stands located throughout Cameron Indoor Stadium operated by Blue Devil Concessions. Concession stands are located on the lower level in the North Lobby behind section 18 and on the upper level in the Hall of Honor and behind Sections 2, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11, and 15. An accessible concessions window is located at the stand in the North Lobby. All concession stands accept debit/credit cards.  Concession stands in Cameron Indoor Stadium open with stadium doors one (1) hour prior to tip-off.

Conduct
Duke Athletics expects all guests to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times before, during and after the competition. We expect all guests to treat other fans, players, coaches and officials with courtesy. Please join us in creating a fun, safe, family atmosphere at Cameron Indoor Stadium by not:
• Interfering with other guests’ ability to enjoy the game;
• Using/displaying foul or abusive language or gestures;
• Appearing to be intoxicated or in a diminished capacity;
• Failing to produce a ticket upon request or sitting in a seat that does not match your ticket;
• Entering the competition or restricted access areas;
• Smoking except in designated areas;
• Throwing objects onto the court or within the stadium; or
• Otherwise being disorderly.

Guests should contact Event Staff or police officer if they feel someone is not acting appropriately inside or outside the stadium.  Violators are subject to ejection and possible arrest. Repeated offenses will result in the loss of season or student ticket privileges.  To report game day problems, unruly fans or suspicious activity:

  • Contact the nearest Event Staff or police officer
  • Text “DUKE [issue and location]” to 69050
  • Call the Game Day Operations Center at 919-668-5777
  • Contact us on Twitter at @Duke_GAMEDAY
  • Email Duke Game Operations at duaa-gameops@duke.edu

Corporate Sponsorships
For information regarding corporate sponsorships, please contact Patrick Streko at Patrick.Streko@img.com or 919-286-1498 Ext 105.

Emergency Preparedness
• During any emergency inside the stadium, follow the directions of the PA announcer, event staff and emergency responders.
• Always designate a pre-determined location both inside and outside the stadium to meet friends and family in case you get separated or in the event of an emergency.
• Upon arriving at your seat location, first find the nearest exit and then locate an alternate exit in case of emergency.
• If you see or become aware of any activity that is unusual, suspicious or causes you concern, report the activity to the nearest police officer or event staff.
• Emergency vehicles may be present in and around the stadium. Please do not obstruct the path of travel of an emergency vehicle or interfere with any of their operations. Vehicles blocking emergency vehicles, exits, or traffic are subject to being towed at the owner's expense. Please do not obstruct any exits or exit pathways.
• Monitor the weather prior to the game. Take the necessary precautions to protect your family and friends should severe weather be encountered before, during, or after the game. In the event of severe weather during the game, please be prepared to evacuate the stadium and return to your car.

Entertainment

Entry and Screening Policy

All persons – game day staff, ticketed guests, and Duke undergraduate and graduate/professional students – are subject to screening before entering Cameron Indoor Stadium. Walk-through metal detectors will be the primary means of screening. For guests who are unable to utilize a walk-through metal detector, hand-held metal detectors will be used with physical pat-downs as a final alternative option.  These security measures are in addition to the bag checks that are currently conducted at the stadium. Any person who does not consent to screening will be denied entry into the stadium. For more information on the entry screening process, please review the Entry Screening Policy.  For more information on what is allowed in Cameron Indoor Stadium on game day, please see the Prohibited Items section below in this guide.

Screening areas are located outside all entrances to Cameron Indoor Stadium and associated game day spaces, including McClendon Plaza, the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame, and Scharf Hall.  Tickets or credentials are required to enter all game day areas and should be out and ready to be checked by event staff as guests approach the screening areas. Designated Medical/Family Lanes are available at all general public entrances for guests who require accessible screening accommodations.

McClendon Plaza, the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame (featuring Club Blue Devil), and Scharf Hall screening areas will open two (2) hours prior to tip-off to encourage ticketed guests to arrive early and enjoy these game day experiences.  The Champions Club Entrance at Rubenstein Pavilion will open 90 minutes prior to tip-off. Guests can enter directly into Cameron Indoor Stadium one (1) hour prior to tip-off from these areas and no additional screening is required.

Please read carefully below to identify the proper entrance into Cameron Indoor Stadium and note the entrance opening times and other information relative to that entrance.
Morton Plaza Entrances (K-Ville side of Cameron Indoor Stadium – Lower Level Entrance)
- Media & Credential Entrance - The media/credential entrance has its own dedicated screening lane (Lane #1) located at the far left door of the North Lobby. Media and credentialed staff who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane (Lane #2) in the North Lobby screening area. Media Will Call opens two (2) hours prior to tip-off.
- Undergraduate Student Entrances – The undergraduate student entrances open ninety (90) minutes prior to tip-off. Undergraduate students who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane in the North Lobby screening area.
- General Public Entrances – Once the undergraduate section reaches capacity, North Lobby entrances will be opened for general public use. Event Staff at the North Lobby screening area will direct guests when these entrances are available. Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane in the North Lobby screening area. Recommended for Sections 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, and 19.
- All North Lobby entrances are accessible for guests with disabilities but there is no accessible route inside the stadium to upper level seating areas, McClendon Plaza, the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame, or Scharf Hall.
Rubenstein Pavilion Entrances (Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium side of Cameron Indoor Stadium – Lower Level Entrance)
- Graduate Student Entrance – The graduate student entrance has its own dedicated screening lane door of Rubenstein Pavilion (Lane 5). Graduate students who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane (Lane #7) in the South Lobby screening area. The graduate student entrance opens ninety (90) minutes prior to tip-off.
- Champions Club Entrance – The Champions Club has a designated screening lane located on the right side of Rubenstein Pavilion (Lane 6). The Champions Club entrance opens to members ninety (90) minute prior to tip-off.
- Duke and Visiting Team Player/Guest Entrance – The Duke and Visiting Team Player/Guest entrance has designated screening lane located on the right side of Rubenstein Pavilion (Lane 6). Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane at the far right doors of Rubenstein Pavilion. The Player/Guest entrance opens one (1) hour prior to tip-off.
- General Public Entrances – General public entrances open one (1) hour prior to tip-off. Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane. Recommended for Sections 17, 19, and 20.
- Accessible Seating Will Call Entrance – The accessible seating will call entrance is located at the far right door of the Rubenstein Pavilion at the designated Medical/Family Lane (Lane 7). Accessible seating will call opens one (1) hour prior to tip-off.
South Hall of Honor Entrance (Krzyzewski Center side of Cameron Indoor Stadium – Upper Level Entrance)
- Ticketed entry to McClendon Plaza for Club Blue Devil, the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame, and special events in Scharf Hall opens two (2) hours prior to tip-off. Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane at the far right of the screening area. Beginning one (1) hour prior to tip-off, guests can enter Cameron Indoor Stadium. Recommended for Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 14, 15, and 16.
- Entrances to Cameron Indoor Stadium and the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame from McClendon Plaza are accessible for guests with disabilities. Inside Cameron Indoor Stadium, an elevator is available behind Section 2 for access to lower level seating areas.
Hall of Fame Entrance (K-Ville side of Cameron Indoor Stadium – Upper Level Entrance)
- Ticketed entry to the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame, McClendon Plaza for Club Blue Devil, and special events in Scharf Hall opens two (2) hours prior to tip-off. Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should notify Event Staff at the doors and they will assist guests through the screening process. Beginning one (1) hour prior to tip-off, guests can enter Cameron Indoor Stadium. Recommended for Sections 10, 11, 12, and 13.
- Entrances to Cameron Indoor Stadium and McClendon Plaza from the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame are accessible for guests with disabilities. An elevator is available in the Athletics Hall of Fame for access to special events in Scharf Hall. Inside Cameron Indoor Stadium, an elevator is available behind Section 2 for access to lower level seating areas.
Scharf Hall Entrance (Rear of Schwartz-Butters Building – Upper Level Entrance)
- Ticketed entry for guests attending pre-game events in Scharf Hall and Club Blue Devil opens two (2) hours prior to tip-off. Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane on the right of the screening area. Beginning one (1) hour prior to tip-off, guests can enter Cameron Indoor Stadium.
- Entrance to Scharf Hall is accessible for guests with disabilities and an elevator is available for access to the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame, Cameron Indoor Stadium upper level, and McClendon Plaza. Inside Cameron Indoor Stadium, an elevator is available behind Section 2 for access to lower level seating areas.
Legacy Room Entrance (Card Gym side of Cameron Indoor Stadium – Lower Level Entrance)
-Ticketed entrance for Legacy Room guests ONLY opens one (1) hour prior to tip-off. Entrance is not accessible. Guests who require accessible screening accommodations should use the designated Medical/Family Lane in the Morton Plaza screening area.

First Aid / Emergency Medical Assistance

First Aid/EMS services are provided through a partnership with Duke Pre-Hospital and Disaster Medicine, Durham County EMS, and Duke LifeFlight. For first aid and emergency medical services, please visit the designated areas located in the northwest corner on the lower level between Sections 17 and 18 and on the upper level in the Hall of Honor behind Section 13. AEDs are available in both locations. In case of emergency, please contact the nearest Event Staff or police officer for assistance or call Duke Police at 919- 684-2444 or 9-1-1. 

 

Food and Beverage
Outside food and beverage are prohibited. (Exception: Medical reasons, including pregnancy)

Guest Services

If you are in need of assistance or information, please ask the nearest Event Staff member, text “DUKE [issue and location] to 69050 (message and data rates may apply), or contact Duke Game Operations on Twitter @Duke_GAMEDAY.

 

Hotels

Item Check

Game Day Item Check is located at Kennedy Tower. Item Check opens two (2) hours prior to tip-off and will remain open one (1) hour post-game.

 

Lactation Room

There is a new lactation room (Room 102) located on the lower level of Cameron Indoor Stadium on the southeast corner off of the south lobby.

 

Lost and Found
Items found should be turned in to the nearest police officer or event staff.  Items turned into police or event staff will be taken to the home player-guest ticket window in Rubenstein Pavilion. Guests trying to locate items on game day should contact the nearest staff member.  In general, to inquire about lost items please contact Duke Game Operations at 919-668-5658 or email at duaa-gameops@duke.edu. Unclaimed lost and found items will be retained for thirty (30) days following the event. After that time, any unclaimed items will be discarded.

Merchandise

Be sure to show your Duke Pride by purchasing officially-licensed Duke souvenirs at the Duke Stores Merchandise stands located on the upper level all around the concourse. The Duke Merchandise stands open when doors open to Cameron Indoor Stadium one (1) hour prior to tip-off. The new Johnson Family Team Store located inside the Scott Family Athletic Performance Center is also open on game days for all the latest Nike team gear and merchandise.  Store hours can be found by visiting the Duke Stores website at http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/hours/regular.php.  The Johnson Family Team Store is open on all game days until one (1) hour post-game.

 

Guests wishing to visit the Johnson Family Team Store after entering Cameron Indoor Stadium should go to the Rubenstein Pavilion lobby for assistance and re-entry accommodations.  In addition to ticket scanning, guests will receive a handout from Event Staff at the doors that must be presented at Rubenstein Pavilion when they return for admission. A valid ticket scan and handout are required for re-entry – no exceptions. All guests will be screened and all purchases inspected prior to entering the stadium.

Parking and Traffic Information

Parking and Traffic Maps
Pregame Parking and Traffic Map
Recommended Pedestrian Routes from General Public Lots

Real Time Traffic Information from NCDOT
Link to NCDOT Traffic Advisories and Real Time Traffic Information

Parking Hours
• Iron Duke Parking Lots - will open three (3) hours to tip-off on game day.
• General Public parking lots - will be open two (2) hours prior to tip-off on game day.
• General Public Parking for Persons with Disabilities - will be open two (2) hours prior to tip-off on game day.
• Recreational and Oversized Vehicle (RV/OV) parking lots - will be open two (2) hours prior to tip-off on game day.

Parking Pricing
• General Public Parking Permit – all regular sized vehicles (less than 9 feet wide and 18 feet long) - $10.00 per vehicle per game. All permits to be purchased at lot entrances. Permits are CASH ONLY.
• General Public Bus or Recreational/Oversized Vehicle (RV/OV) Parking Permit – all buses and/or recreational/oversized vehicles (larger than 9 feet wide or 18 feet long) - $50.00 per vehicle per game. Permits are CASH ONLY and can be purchased at the Small Circuit Lot entrance on game day.
• Duke University and Medical Center Employees – no charge with a valid 2018, 2019, 2020 Duke University parking permit.
• Iron Duke Parking - For information on acquiring an Iron Duke parking permit please visit www.irondukes.net or call 919-613-7575.

Parking Rules and Regulations
• Parking permits are non-transferable and cannot be duplicated for any reason.
• Parking permits cannot be combined to park recreational or oversized vehicle (RV/OV) outside the designated lot or to provide space for a tailgate party.
• Parking permits are valid only on Duke Men’s Basketball game days at the specified times and must be displayed from the holder’s rearview mirror at all times.
• All federal, state and local laws, statutes, and ordinances apply, including those regarding the possession, dispensing, and use of alcoholic beverages.
• If your assigned lot is full, please see parking attendant for closest available location.
• Please properly extinguish and dispose of charcoal and other flammables. DO NOT THROW AWAY in parking lot trash cans or in parking lots.

Bus and Recreational/Oversized Vehicle (RV/OV) Parking
Small Circuit Lot - Bus, Recreational/Oversized Vehicle Lot Recommended Ingress Directions
Pregame Parking and Traffic Map

For the purpose of Duke Men’s Basketball game days a bus or recreational/oversized vehicle (RV/OV) is any vehicle wider than 9 feet or longer than 18 feet.  Buses and RV/OVs require special parking arrangements because they do not fit in a normal parking spot and affect pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Bus and RV/OV parking is available only in the Small Circuit Lot which can be accessed via LaSalle Street off Erwin Road.  The cost for Bus and RV/OV parking is $50.00 per game – CASH ONLY - and can only be purchased on game days at the Small Circuit Lot entrance

Bus and RV/OV parking spaces in the Small Circuit Lot are 54 feet long by 18 feet wide and the lot is paved.  The lot is not completely level; therefore levelers will be required for most spots.  There are no reserved parking spaces and spaces cannot be held for other guests.  All Buses and RV/OVs will be parked by Duke parking staff upon arrival to maximize the parking in the lot.  RV/OVs are permitted to bring one (1) tow trailer or vehicle.  The tow trailer or vehicle must fit within the designated parking space.  No additional parking is available on or off campus for tow vehicles or trailers.   Access to the Bus and RV/OV Lots begins two (2) hours prior to tip-off.  Access ends two (2) hours after the game.  For ease of access it is recommended that all Buses and RV/OVs arrive two (2) hours prior to tip-off.

Iron Duke Parking Information

 

Iron Duke Parking - For information on acquiring an Iron Duke parking permit please visit www.irondukes.net or call 919-613-7575. 

 

Iron Duke Parking for Persons with Disabilities - is available in the Whitford Drive Lot, Science Drive Visitors’ and Science Drive Garage (Level 6). The lots open three (3) hours prior to tip-off on game day.  Iron Dukes that need accessible parking should contact the Iron Duke Office at 919-613-7575 to acquire a parking permit before game day. For guests parking in the Science Drive Visitors’ Lot and Science Drive Garage, an ADA lift-equipped van is available to assist guests from the lot entrance to the Whitford Drive circle. Golf cart shuttles are available inside the lot at the Science Drive Visitors’ Lot and at the Science Drive/Bassett Drive bus stop at Science Drive Garage to assist guests to/from their cars to the stadium. 

 

Accessible Lift-Equipped Van - An accessible lift-equipped van will be available as needed for guests needing wheelchair lift assistance.  Please notify a parking lot attendant upon arrival to request van service.  For those parking in the Whitford Lot, Science Drive Visitors’ Lot, and Science Drive Garage all vans are accessible lift-equipped.

Science Drive Parking Garage (SDG) – Game day parking will enter/exit SDG from NC 751/Cameron Blvd. only. There is no entry/exit onto Science Drive. During ingress, SDG permit holders can enter the garage from either direction by turning right or left into the garage. Traffic control officers will be on-site to assist. Post-game, vehicles exiting the garage are ONLY permitted to turn right - there is no left turn out of the garage. A pedestrian crosswalk with lighting on Science Drive connects the garage to Frank Bassett Drive and the pedestrian path through Morris Williams Stadium.

Recommended Iron Duke Pre-Game Ingress Routes - Duke Athletics, Duke Parking and Transportation, and Duke Police encourage Iron Dukes to follow the recommended ingress directions to their designated lot linked below. A detailed map of the planned ingress routes for all men’s basketball games is also linked below. Please take note and follow the information on the electronic signage around campus. Please have your Iron Duke Parking Permit visible as you approach campus for ease of access at the Iron Duke Parking Permit checkpoints and for access into your designated parking area. Please understand that traffic control officers are unable to answer questions without causing traffic delays.

Pregame Parking and Traffic Map

Duke Athletics, Parking and Transportation, and Duke Police encourage Iron Dukes to follow the recommended ingress route to their parking lot. A detailed map of the planned ingress routes for all men’s basketball games is available here and a map to each lot from the recommended campus entrance(s) is shown on the back of all Iron Duke parking permits.

Please take note of the NCDOT signage located around campus. Please have your Iron Duke parking permit hanging from your rearview mirror as you approach campus for ease of access at the Iron Duke checkpoints and for access into your designated parking area. Please understand that traffic control officers are unable to answer questions without causing traffic delays.

Ingress routes for some lots may change on a game-by-game basis with the progress of campus construction. Please follow the direction of uniformed officers and traffic staff.
For turn-by-turn directions from your starting destination, please use the “Directions” button in the upper left corner of the following links:

Directions to Card Lot
Directions to Grounds Lot
Directions to Science Drive Garage
- Please note that all game day entry/exit from Science Drive Garage is from NC 751/Cameron Blvd. (GPS Address: 3100 Cameron Blvd.)
Directions to Science Drive Visitors Lot
Directions to Whitford Lot
Directions to Chemistry Lot
Directions to Public Policy Lot

Iron Duke Checkpoints - Iron Duke Parking Permit checkpoints are set-up on the roads surrounding the Iron Duke parking lots. These checkpoints are designed to keep only necessary traffic on the smaller, interior roads of campus. All Iron Duke Parking Permit holders will need to have their Iron Duke Parking Permit readily available as they approach campus. Iron Duke Parking Permit holders will need to show their parking permit for access at these checkpoints and also for access into their designated lot. The checkpoints are designed to keep general public traffic off the roads that lead to/from the Iron Duke lots. Checkpoints are located at the following intersections:

• Intersection of Science Drive and NC 751/Cameron Blvd
• Intersection of Towerview Road and Circuit Drive
• Towerview Road Circle
• NC 751/Cameron Blvd entrance to Science Drive Garage - SDG pass holders only

General Public Parking Information

General Public Recommended Pre-Game Ingress Routes - Duke Athletics, Parking and Transportation, and Duke Police the general public to follow the recommended ingress directions for the general public parking lots linked below. These routes may not be the shortest or most direct route from your origination point, but they will be the quickest route to access the general public parking areas while avoiding Iron Duke traffic. A detailed map of the planned ingress for all men’s basketball games is also linked below. Please take note and follow the information on the electronic signage around campus. Please understand that traffic control officers are unable to answer questions without causing traffic delays.

• Pregame Parking and Traffic Map

Ingress routes for some lots may change on a game-by-game basis with the progress of campus construction. Please follow the direction of uniformed officers and traffic staff.
For turn-by-turn directions from your starting destination, please use the “Directions” button in the upper left corner of the following links:

Directions to Blue Zone Lots
Directions to Jogging Trail Lot
Directions to Small Circuit Lot
Directions to Large Circuit Lot

General Public Parking Lots – General Public Parking is available in the following parking lots on game day: Jogging Trail Lot, Small Circuit and Large Circuit. The cost to park in these lots is $10.00 per vehicle per game for regular sized vehicles and $50.00 per vehicle per game for oversized vehicles (larger than 9 feet wide or 18 feet long) – CASH ONLY. Duke employees and students with a valid 2018, 2019 or 2020 Duke University parking permit will be permitted to park free of charge in all general public parking lots. The walk times from the respective lots are listed below:

• Jogging Trail Lot – 6 minutes
• Small Circuit Lot – 12 minutes
• Large Circuit Lot – 14 Minutes

Please find below the pre-game parking and traffic map and a map of the recommended pedestrian routes from the general public parking lots. All pedestrian routes are accessible for persons with disabilities.

Pregame Parking and Traffic Map
Recommended Pedestrian Routes from General Public Lots

General Public Parking for Persons with Disabilities - is available in Blue Zone Lots 1, 3 and 5 on Wannamaker Drive off of Towerview Road - $10.00 per vehicle per game. The lot opens three (3) hours prior to tip-off on game day. Towerview Road can be accessed via Duke University Road.  Accessible lift-equipped van service will be available for transportation from the shuttle drop-off/pick-up points in the Blue Zone to the Krzyzewskiville sign. An accessible pedestrian route to Cameron Indoor Stadium is available by following the sidewalk around Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium to the Bostock Gate and Tribull Plaza. An accessible drop-off and pick-up point for persons with disabilities is available outside the Wilson Gate of Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium.  Guests should use the accessible lift-equipped van for transportation to the stadium.  After drop-off, guests must park in a General Public parking lot.  Post-game, guests will be able to access Wannamaker Drive for pick-up at the Blue Zone Lots.

General Public and Persons with Disabilities Drop-off and Pick-up Point – General Public and Persons with Disabilities wishing to drop-off guests in close proximity to Cameron Indoor Stadium may do so at the Wilson Gate of Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium in the Blue Zone on Wannamaker Drive. After dropping off their guest they must park in a General Public parking lot.

 

To access the drop-off point, guests should use the intersection of Duke University Road and Towerview Road and notify the lot attendant located at the entrance of the Blue Zone on Wannamaker Drive of their need to drop-off. Staff will direct the driver to the correct location inside the Blue Zone. After dropping off their guest, the driver must park in a designated General Public Parking Lot.  Post-game, guests will be able to access Wannamaker Drive for pick-up at the Blue Zone Lots.

Accessible Lift-Equipped Van - An accessible lift-equipped van will be available as needed for guests needing wheelchair lift assistance.  Please notify a parking lot attendant upon arrival to request van service. 

General Public Courtesy Shuttle – On weeknights, guests wishing to limit their walk time may take advantage of the general public courtesy shuttle which runs from Circuit Drive to Science Drive.  All shuttles are accessible for persons with disabilities.  All guests wishing to use the general public courtesy shuttle must park in the general public parking lots and walk to the shuttle pick-up/drop-off points.  The courtesy shuttle runs from 1.5 hours prior to tip-off until 1 hour post-game.  The shuttle only runs on weeknights and is not operational on weekends.

General Public Courtesy Shuttle Pick-up/Drop-off Points
• Duke Transit Bus Stop on Circuit Drive between Small Circuit Lot and Large Circuit Lot
• Duke Transit Bus Stop at Intersection of Circuit Drive and Towerview Road
• Duke Transit Bus Stop at Science Drive near the Fuqua School of Business – PRE-GAME DROP-OFF ONLY
• Duke Transit Bus Stop at Science Drive/Towerview Road intersection near Gross Hall – ONLY POST-GAME PICK-UP POINT

Please find below the pre-game parking and traffic map which will show the pick-up/drop-off points for the General Public Courtesy Shuttle.
Pregame Parking and Traffic Map

Rideshare/Taxi Services

The drop-off and pick-up location is located in the Blue Zone B-7 Lot on Wannamaker Drive (Directions to Blue Zone Lots).Guests wishing to drop-off in close proximity to Cameron Indoor Stadium may do so at the Wilson Gate of Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium in the Blue Zone on Wannamaker Drive. After dropping off their guest they must park in a General Public parking lot. To access the drop-off point, guests should use the intersection of Duke University Road and Towerview Road and notify the lot attendant located at the entrance of the Blue Zone on Wannamaker Drive of their need to drop-off. Staff will direct the driver to the correct location inside the Blue Zone. Post-game, vehicles will be able to access Wannamaker Drive for pick-up at the Blue Zone Lots.

 

Miscellaneous Parking and Traffic Information

 

I-40/I-440 Road Closures – The I-40/I-440 area of South Raleigh will have travel lanes closed for months at a time. Click Here for alternative routes and additional project information from NCDOT.

 

Duke University and Medical Center Employee and Student Parking – Duke University and Medical Center faculty, staff, employees, and students can receive free parking on men’s basketball game day in the general public parking lots by presenting a valid 2018, 2019 or 2020 Duke University parking permit at the lot entrances.  For information on general public parking lot locations, please see general public parking information. 

 

Tailgating – is permitted. Tents, tables, tarps or canopies ARE NOT permitted if they impede foot or vehicular traffic or if they extend into additional parking space.   One (1) Iron Duke parking permit or one (1) general public parking permit equals one space.  Iron Duke parking permits or general public parking permits can’t be combined to park a recreational or oversized vehicle (RV/OV) in any lot other than the designated RV/OV parking lot.   All federal, state and local laws, statutes, and ordinances apply, including those regarding the possession, dispensing, and use of alcoholic beverages.  Please properly extinguish and dispose of charcoal and other flammables.  DO NOT THROW AWAY in parking lot trash cans or in parking lots. Tailgating is NOT allowed in Science Drive Garage.

 

Parking Disclaimer Duke University assumes no responsibility for loss through fire, theft, collision, or otherwise to the car or contents. Vehicles are parked at Owner's Risk. Please lock your vehicle.

 

Parking Emergency Information In case of emergency please dial 919-684-2444 for Duke Police Emergency Dispatch or 9-1-1 for Durham County.  Duke Police will be the primary responder on-campus for emergency calls.  Durham Police will be the primary responder off-campus for emergency calls.  If an emergency occurs and authorities are contacted, please designate someone in your party to help direct emergency personnel to the emergency location.  

 

Parking and Traffic Updates For more information on Duke Men’s Basketball game days, please visit the game day information website of Duke Athletics – www.goduke.com/gameday.  Sign-up for operational, parking, and traffic updates via text message or on Twitter by following @Duke_GAMEDAY.

Pets
All pets (including dogs) are prohibited inside Cameron Indoor Stadium. (Exception: Service animals are allowed to assist persons with disabilities).

Press Row, Media Room, Upper Booth Access
Only credentialed staff, media and photographers will be allowed on press row, in the media room, or in the upper booths. All media or photographers should contact Duke Sports Information at least three (3) days prior to game day to reserve a credential.

Programs

Flip Cards will be available free of charge on a first-come, first-serve basis from the ushers posted around Cameron Indoor Stadium. A limited number of flip cards will be available for each game.

Prohibited Items
For the safety and game day experience of all guests, Duke University reserves the right to deny anyone or anything from entering the stadium. The following items are prohibited from entering Cameron Indoor Stadium:
• Alcoholic beverages
• Artificial noisemakers
• Backpacks and large bags (exception: medical reasons)
• Balloons, Balls and Frisbees
• Cameras w/lens over 4 inches
• Coolers and Drink Containers (including empty bottles)
• All Drones and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) – https://drones.duke.edu/policies
• Hazardous Materials
• Illegal Drugs
• Laser Pointers
• Outside food and beverage (exception: medical reasons)
• Pets (exception: service animals)
• Selfie Sticks
• Shoes with wheels
• Video Cameras
• Weapons of any kind.

Duke University reserves the right to deny anyone or anything from entering the stadium. Any such items should be returned to your vehicle and/or discarded. All guests and items being brought into the stadium are subject to search before entering the stadium.

Any such items can be discarded prior to entry, returned to personal vehicles, or checked at the Game Day Item Check in Kennedy Tower (excluding alcohol, hazardous materials, outside food & beverages, pets, and weapons). All items checked at Game Day Item Check are subject to search and the owner assumes all risk for checked items. 

For the safety of all in attendance, bags/items are not permitted to be left unattended outside of Cameron Indoor Stadium.  Unattended bags/items found outside the stadium will be dealt with in in a manner deemed appropriate by stadium officials, including but not limited to disposal.  Duke University and Duke Athletics are not responsible for loss of any unattended items.

Public Address

No appeals will be made over the public address system except under extraordinary circumstances.  Requests of an emergency nature should be addressed to the nearest event staff and are subject to approval by the Game Day Manager. 

Radios and Televisions (Handheld)

Handheld radios and televisions are permitted inside Cameron Indoor Stadium as long as they are not larger than 8” x 11” x 12” and do not distract from the enjoyment of other guests.  For the comfort of those seated around you, headphones are required.  Fans can listen to all the action on Buzz Sports Radio in Durham on 96.5 FM and in Raleigh on 99.3 FM.

Re-Entry

Ticketed areas on game day include Cameron Indoor Stadium, McClendon Plaza, the Duke Basketball Museum and Athletics Hall of Fame, and Scharf Hall.  Once inside the screening perimeter, guests may flow freely among these areas without additional screening.  Once guests exit the screening perimeter, re-entry to the stadium or any game day areas is not permitted. However, in case of emergency, exceptions may be made.

Guests wishing to visit the Johnson Family Team Store after entering Cameron Indoor Stadium should go to the Rubenstein Pavilion lobby for assistance and re-entry accommodations.  In addition to ticket scanning, guests will receive a handout from Event Staff at the doors that must be presented at Rubenstein Pavilion when they return for admission. A valid ticket scan and handout are required for re-entry – no exceptions. All guests will be screened and all purchases inspected prior to entering the stadium.

Restrooms

Restrooms in Cameron Indoor Stadium open at the same time as the doors open.  Men’s Restrooms are located behind Sections 1 and 9 on the upper level and on the lower level and in the North Lobby behind Section 18.  A new men’s restroom is now open in the South Lobby (Room 108).  Women’s Restrooms are located behind sections 4, 6 and 12 on the upper level and on the lower level in the southwest corner between section 17 and 20.  A women’s restroom is also located in the South Lobby (Room 107). All men's and women's restrooms are accessible for persons with disabilities.

There are two new gender neutral accessible family restrooms (Room 103T and Room 104T) located on the lower level of Cameron Indoor Stadium on the southeast corner off of the south lobby. The restroom is accessible for guests with disabilities, unisex and provides a changing table for families with small children.

Seating for Persons with Disabilities
A limited number of accessible seats are available for persons with disabilities in Cameron Indoor Stadium. All special accommodations for accessible seating must be made in advance of game day and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. No special accommodations or ticket exchanges will be allowed on game day.

Seating for Persons with Disabilities (General Public and Iron Dukes) - A limited number of accessible seats are available in Cameron Indoor Stadium. All special accommodations for accessible seating for Iron Dukes and the General Public must be made in advance of game day by contacting the Duke Ticket Office at 919-681-2583. Special accommodations will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis prior to game day. No special accommodations or ticket exchanges will be allowed on game day. Reservations for accessible seating will end at 4:30 PM two (2) business days prior to game day. Please note that for Saturday, Sunday and Monday games, reservations for accessible seating will end at 4:30 PM on Thursday prior to game day.

Seating for Persons with Disabilities (Duke University Undergraduate & Graduate Students) – A limited number of accessible seats are available in Cameron Indoor Stadium. All special accommodations for accessible seating for Duke University Undergraduate and Graduate Students must be made in advance of game day by contacting the Duke Disability Management Office at 919-668-1282. Special accommodations will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis prior to game day. No special accommodations or ticket exchanges will be allowed on game day. Reservations for accessible seating for students will end at 4:00 PM three (3) business days prior to game day. Please note that for Saturday, Sunday and Monday games, reservations for accessible seating will end at 4:00 PM on Wednesday prior to game day.

On game day, guests with accessible seating should enter at the Rubenstein Pavilion Entrance (Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium side) via the far right door at the designated Medical/Family Lanes. Guests will be escorted by stadium staff to the appropriate seating area.

Smoking

Smoking is not permitted in Cameron Indoor Stadium (including electronic cigarettes). Fans who wish to smoke must go outside to the designated smoking area on McClendon Plaza behind Section 13.  Please be respectful of our non-smoking guests on McClendon Plaza and remain in the designated area.

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Stadium Map

Men’s Basketball Stadium Map

Student Seating
Undergraduate Student Seating - For more information on undergraduate student tenting and line policies for Men’s Basketball game days, please visit the K-Ville informational website http://dukegroups.duke.edu/kville/.
Graduate Student Seating - For more information on graduate student campout, season ticket cards, and walk-up line policies, please visit the GPSC Basketball Committee website at http://sites.google.com/site/gpscbasketball/.

Ticket Sales Information

Tickets for select Duke Men’s Basketball games may be purchased prior to game day by visiting goduke.com/tickets or by calling the ticket office at 1-877-375-3853 or 919-681-2583.  Patrons with ticketing problems should go to the Scott Family Athletic Performance Ticket Office.  For ticketing problems during the game, guests should go to one of the ticket windows in Rubenstein Pavilion.

Umbrellas Umbrellas are permitted inside Cameron Indoor Stadium. For the courtesy and safety all guests we ask that umbrellas are not opened inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.  Please store your umbrellas under your seat so as to not affect the guests sitting around you.  Umbrellas should not be left outside of Cameron Indoor Stadium or in the concourses.

Video Camera Policy

Video cameras are not permitted in Cameron Indoor Stadium.  All game day video footage rights are the property of the ACC’s Television partners.

Wheelchairs and Assistive Devices

Wheelchairs and assistive devices are permitted in Cameron Indoor Stadium and will be visually screened following standard bag search procedures prior to entry. All general public entrances to Cameron Indoor Stadium are accessible. An elevator in Rubenstein Pavilion provides access to the lobby, upper concourse (behind Section 2) and the Champions Club. Guests in wheelchairs should contact the Duke Ticket Office to reserve accessible seating in Section 20 Row CC (see Seating for Persons with Disabilities information above). Other assistive devices (including walkers) may be stored under the bleachers on the lower level and just outside the section vomitory on the upper level concourse.  These devices may not impede aisles, walkways, or section entrances.  Please see Event Staff at the entrance to your seating section for assistance with any devices.

Will Call Information

All guests picking up tickets at will call locations must present a valid state issued photo driver’s license or identification card.  By NCAA rule, all guests picking up Duke and Visiting Team Player/Guest tickets must provide valid identification, sign for their ticket, and immediately enter the stadium.

General Will Call: Tickets purchased through the Duke or Visiting Team Ticket Office via phone or online Location:  Scott Family Athletic Performance Center Ticket Office

Hours: Opens 3 hours prior to tip-off until halftime

Duke Player/Guest Entrance: (Tickets left by Duke Men’s Basketball Players, Coaches & Staff) Location: Rubenstein Pavilion Entrance – Right Entrance Door labeled “PLAYER/GUEST ENTRANCE”

Hours: Opens one (1) hour prior to tip-off until end of game.

Visiting Team Player/Guest Entrance: (All tickets left by Visiting Team Players, Coaches & Staff) Location: Rubenstein Pavilion Entrance – Right Entrance Door labeled “PLAYER/GUEST ENTRANCE”

Hours: Opens one (1) hour prior to tip-off until end of game.

Media Will Call: (All Media credentials requested from the media through the Duke Sports Information Department) Location: Scott Family Athletic Performance Center Ticket Office

Hours: Opens three (3) hours prior to tip-off until end of game

Note: Media with credentials may can enter at any designated credential entrance




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