The Chute, a sports bar-like area in Tiger Stadium will make its debut when LSU faces Southeastern on Saturday. 

The Chute is a premium area on the ground floor on the south side of Tiger Stadium open to fan 21-and-over with a ticket to the game. 

The Chute will open 2 hours and 30 minutes before kickoff and alcohol sales will end at the start of the third quarter. Fans may exit The Chute and reenter,but must finish alcohol inside the bar area and will not be able to bring it into other areas of the stadium. 

It will cost an additional $20 to enter The Chute and includes two beverages. Additional beverages can be purchases for $6 once inside the premium area. Water and soft drinks are also available for purchase.

Food services in The Chute and the south side of Tiger Stadium, between Gates 23-28, will be provided by Burgersmith. 

In addition to The Chute, Tiger Stadium will have added updates and food selections. 

The Skyline Club, which debuted in 2017, is now sponsored by Louisiana Fish Fry and will include an all-you-can-eat menu included in the price of the ticket. Beer and wine will continue to be available in The Skyline Club. 

LSU added 831 HD flat screen TVs around the stadium that will carry the game and broadcast feeds. TVs by the concession stands will show digital menu boards. 

Tiger Stadium concessions received a significant upgrade this season. New concession items include: Tiger Top Tower, Burgersmith hamburgers and Louisiana Fish Fry jambalyaya. 

Ten drink refill stations have been added throughout the stadium — four in south lower, three in south upper and one in each north lower, north upper and west ground. Previously, fans who purchased souvenir cups had to wait the regular concession stand line to get their free refills. Now the stations are available with little to no wait. 

"The Kitch" is a new walk-in, grab-and-go market similar to what you may see in airports located on the ground level on the west side of Tiger Stadium. The Kitch features a variety of beverages, snacks and ice cream. 

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