Despite a recent increase in COVID-19 cases throughout the country, LSU says fans at Tiger Stadium are still on track to have a “normal” game day experience this fall.

With a little over a month before kick off, LSU’s ticket office says its preparing for a normal season in 2021.

“We are continuing to consult with campus and state health officials in preparation for a normal season inside Tiger Stadium, and at this time, there are no plans to implement any restrictions that could impact your game day experience,” the ticket office wrote in a memo to season ticket-holders, via

“We look forward to seeing you in Tiger Stadium this football season.”

Louisiana currently has a state-wide indoor mask mandate in place that will be in place through at least Sept. 1 — 10 days before the Tigers host McNeese State in their home-opener.

Earlier this offseason, LSU announced it will return to full capacity for outdoor sporting events. Numerous other college football teams around the country have made similar announcements.

LSU will kick off its 2021 season against UCLA on Sept. 4.

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