AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn fans will have the first opportunity to see the 2016 edition of the Auburn football team on Saturday, April 9 at the annual A-Day game. The game is set for 3 p.m. at Jordan-Hare Stadium and will be televised on the SEC Network, and aired on the Auburn IMG Radio Network.

The weekend includes many of the same gameday traditions fans see at Jordan-Hare Stadium during the fall, with added events around campus. The Auburn track and field, women’s tennis and softball teams will be in action over the April 8-10 weekend. A punt, pass and kick contest will be held on the football practice fields on Saturday, and the Wellness Kitchen will host a Sunday brunch on April 10.

Tickets are $5 for the general public and free for AU students with an Auburn Ignited card. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to avoid waiting in line on April 9. Tickets can be purchased online at until Friday, April 1 to have them delivered by mail. After April 1, all tickets purchased online will be print at home.

Tickets also can be purchased at the Auburn Ticket Office located at Auburn Arena from 7:45 a.m. - 5 p.m. Starting Monday, April 4 tickets can be purchased at various locations in the Auburn-Opelika area (Auburn University Bookstore, Anders Bookstore, both Alumni Hall locations, Tiger Rags and both J&M Bookstore locations).

On A-Day, tickets will be available at the main ticket office at Auburn Arena beginning at 10 a.m. and at the Jordan-Hare Stadium ticket windows beginning at 1 p.m. All Jordan-Hare Stadium gates will be open for A-Day.

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