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Your guide to Alabama, Auburn 2013 A-day games

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

The Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers are each holding their A-Day games this Saturday, April 20.

Alabama's A-Day game kicks off at 2 p.m. and Auburn's starts at 1:05 p.m. This year, Auburn's celebration also includes a block party in honor of Toomer's Oaks and a final rolling of the trees before they are removed April 23.

The University of Alabama has released a list of prohibited items and says in a press release that the rules will be strictly enforced.

"As a result of the tragic events in Boston this week, we are being even more proactive about the safety and security of our fans, which is one our our highest priorities," Deborah Lane, Associate Vice President for University Relations, said.

The prohibited items are:

-Any purse or bag bigger than an 8.5" by 11" piece of paper

-Outside food or drink

-Coolers

-Umbrellas

-Artificial noisemakers

-Flags or banners on poles

Reserved parking lots for Alabama's A-Day are sold out. Click here for a map of available free parking lots: http://uagameday.com/football/images/PublicParking.jpg

 

At Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, the following items will be prohibited:

-Artificial noisemakers

-Cameras with detachable lenses or lenses over 4 inches

-Video cameras

-Large bags (12"x12"x12" is maximum size)

-Outside food or drinks

-Pets

-Stadium seats with arms

-Umbrellas

-Weapons

For information on parking, schedule of events and other information on Alabama and Auburn's A-Day games, visit:

Alabama: http://uagameday.com/football

Auburn: http://www.auburntigers.com/aday

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