How Capitol Hill Residents Can Get Free Tickets to Football Classic at RFK

by Jennifer Currier September 16, 2015 at 12:00 pm 0

Howard University football team (Photo via AT&T Nation's Football Classic)

Free tickets to this Friday night’s football game between Howard University and Hampton University at RFK Stadium are now just an email away for Capitol Hill residents.

Locals who live near the stadium can get complimentary tickets to the AT&T Nation’s Football Classic, billed as the “battle for the Real HU,” by emailing Events DC official Pete Kirschner. In their emails, RFK neighbors must include their names, addresses, phone numbers and how many tickets they’re requesting. Residents can receive up to four tickets per person.

The game is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.. But several events are set to happen on Friday before kickoff.

The Pepsi Fan Festival in Parking Lot 8 will give fans a chance to see a “stroll off” between Hampton and Howard Greek organizations, the Washington Informer Drumline Showcase and musical performances by 2 Chainz and Tink.

Events DC and Pepsi also have donated 1,000 tickets to area organizations, including D.C. Public Schools and DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corp.

Photo via AT&T Nation’s Football Classic


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