Appalachian State University football’s Raycom Media Camellia Bowl championship is slated for Saturday, Feb. 20.
The Camellia Bowl celebration, which was postponed initially because of inclement weather is being held in conjunction with Appalachian State’s men’s and women’s basketball twinbill versus Troy on Feb. 20.
The celebration will include an autograph session with Appalachian State football student-athletes and coaches, the opportunity to take photos with the Camellia Bowl championship trophy and a halftime recognition featuring head coach Scott Satterfield.
The first 1,000 fans in attendance will receive a FREE poster commemorating the Mountaineers’ 2015 football campaign and Camellia Bowl triumph.
Fans who purchased tickets for the original date during Saturday’s basketball doubleheader versus Georgia Southern can choose to use those tickets for the Feb. 20 twinbill against Troy instead.
The football celebration is included in the price of admission to the hoops doubleheader.. Tickets cost just $15 for adults and $10 for youth (ages 3-12) and can be purchased online at appstatesports.com/tickets, by phone at (828) 262-2079 or in person at the Appalachian State athletics ticket office, located at the Holmes Center.
2015 APPALACHIAN STATE FOOTBALL CELEBRATION
Gates open — first 1,000 fans in attendance receive a free poster commemorating the historic 2015 football season
Noon until beginning of second half of men’s game:
Raycom Media Camellia Bowl trophy available for photos on Holmes Center concourse
Appalachian State women’s basketball game
Conclusion of women’s game (approximately 3 p.m.) until beginning of men’s game (3:45 p.m. or 45 minutes after the conclusion of the women’s game, whichever is later):
Autograph session with Appalachian State football coaches and student-athletes on Holmes Center concourse
Appalachian State men’s basketball game
Halftime of men’s game:
Halftime recognition featuring head coach Scott Satterfield
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