The Virginia Tech Department of Athletics is sharing additional details surrounding the “Hokie Hi: Weekend at Home” event, an expanded weekend in Blacksburg surrounding Tech Football’s annual Spring Game, presented by PMSi. The Spring Game will take place on April 16, will begin at 4:00 p.m., and will be televised live on the ACC Network.
Tickets will be sold for $5 (all general admission seating), in addition to providing the opportunity for fans to add an optional donation to the Hokie Club, creating another unique opportunity for all fans to continue to impact the Drive for 25, the Hokie Club’s annual membership goal of over 25,000 members.
Tickets will be available beginning Tuesday, March 29 at 10 a.m. All tickets will be ordered online and will be delivered via mobile delivery or print-at-home, including tickets ordered on game day. Fans are encouraged to order tickets in advance to ensure a seamless game-day experience.
Students will be able to claim a complimentary ticket through the standard lottery process for regular season games. More information will be shared with students in early April.
Suite holders will be communicated with directly in the next few days regarding available options for their suites.
Parking will be available in all open on- and off-campus lots. Similar to previous years, parking will be free of charge and will be first come, first-served. As always, tailgating will be a memorable part of the entire Tech football experience.
The inaugural “Hokie Hi: Weekend at Home” will take place from April 14-16 and will offer Hokie Nation the chance to cheer on a number of Tech sports, including softball versus Virginia (games on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday), baseball versus Miami (games on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) and men’s tennis versus Boston College (Friday).
Registration is also now open for Virginia Tech’s annual 3.2-mile Run in Remembrance, which will take place that Saturday, April 16. The event will begin with a moment of silence at 9:43 a.m. to honor and remember the lives of the 32 students and faculty who were tragically taken from us in 2007. The event’s 3.2-mile loop around the Blacksburg campus begins and ends on the Virginia Tech Drillfield near the April 16 Memorial and passes by landmarks such as the Duck Pond, the Grove,and the Virginia Tech Pylons and will take runners and walkers through Lane Stadium.