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Tent packages available for 2015 Homecoming

125th anniversary logoStudent Activities has unveiled the 2015 Homecoming theme: “Forever Mean Green: A Journey Through Time,” and UNT Athletics is now offering tailgate tent packages for the Oct. 10 football game.

Homecoming is planned for Oct. 4-10 when the university community celebrates 125 years of UNT’s history, traditions and achievements.

Events will kick off Oct. 4 concluding with Oct. 10 tailgating where UNT will take on non-conference opponent, Portland State, at Apogee Stadium.

  • Tickets start at $12 and can be bought online or by phone at 940-565-2527.

Departments have three options for homecoming tailgate tent packages.

  • A 10-foot by 20-foot tent with three 8-foot banquet tables, 20 chairs, one priority parking pass and 10 game tickets, starting at $500.
  • A 20-foot by 20-foot tent with six 8-foot banquet tables, 40 chairs, two priority parking passes and 20 game tickets starting at $750. This package also will be available for each home game starting at $850.
  • A 30-foot by 30-foot tent with 10 8-foot banquet tables, 60 chairs, three priority parking passes and 30 game tickets beginning at $1,100.

To order a tent for a department, call the athletics office at 940-565-2527 by Sept. 30. Student organizations can reserve tents through the Division of Student Affairs.

Want to plan an event for Homecoming? Campus departments, registered student organizations and other university groups can fill out this form by Aug. 28 to submit the events for publicity on the Homecoming website.

Keeping up with the Mean Green all season

UNT opens its season Sept. 12 against regional rival, Southern Methodist University, at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas.

For the 2015 season, the Mean Green will play five home games beginning Sept. 19 when the Rice Owls come to Denton in a Conference USA showdown.

—Matthew Zabel, University Relations, Communications and Marketing

Posted on: Wed 12 August 2015

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