PULLMAN, Wash. – Fans will once again be able to experience Cougville and Food Fair at Hollingbery Fieldhouse this football season at every Washington State University home football game. Despite current construction around Martin Stadium, Cougville will be held at Rogers Field once again, while Food Fair returns to Hollingbery Fieldhouse.
This year Cougville will include the Lair, the Cougar Den presented by MillerCoors and the corporate tent area. The Cougar Den and corporate tents require credentials for access, while the rest of Cougville and The Lair are open to the general public. Presented by the Cougar Athletic Fund (CAF), The Lair offers hamburgers, hotdogs, soda and MillerCoors products for those 21 years of age or older, for purchase.
Cougville will open three hours prior to the game, closing at kickoff and reopening during halftime, and will include music and entertainment provided by Jaime Patrick and a kids’ zone with a variety of inflatables for the young Cougar fans to enjoy. Beginning two hours before kickoff, The Cougar Road Show will broadcast its first hour live from Cougville hosted by Derek Deis and featuring a variety of guests throughout the season. Those that need to pick up some extra crimson gear can do so at The Bookie’s remote location at Cougville.
Food Fair at Hollingbery Fieldhouse will also be open to the public three hours before kickoff. Food Fair features five food vendors for a variety of menu items, while beer, wine, soda, water and cocktails are also available for purchase. With multiple televisions set up, fans will be able to enjoy college football games from all around the country. The Bookie will also be on site to sell WSU merchandise.
WSU hosts Southern Utah in its home opener Saturday, Sept. 14 with kickoff set for 3:30 p.m.