PHOTOS — True Nederland fans stay out whole night in line for tickets
Published 12:18 am Wednesday, November 6, 2019
- Halasi Harper, having dinner at her campsite, arrived at 6 p.m. (Brad Robichaux/The News)
A line was building up at 8:30 p.m. Monday with folks waiting to buy their tickets for the Bum Phillips Bowl between Nederland and Port Neches-Groves this Friday.
Fans and proud parents fought mosquitos and fatigue to hold their place in line throughout the night, some in tents and some in in lawn chairs bundled up in blankets.
Tickets went on sale at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for students with a limit of four adult tickets per family and two student tickets per student.
Ron Anderson, left, and Christina Ruiz hold their places in line. Ruiz arrived at 5 a.m. Monday to claim her spot. Her grandson is senior Jesus Fuentes, No. 55 for Nederland. (Brad Robichaux/The News)
Tracy Wallace, left, and Porscha Cherry hang out at the front of the line. Wallace was the first to arrive at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Her son is senior Treece Wallace, No. 22. Cherry’s brother is senior Logan Nguyen, No. 21. (Brad Robichaux/The News)
Cory Pontiff and his daughter, Catalina Duran, set up their tent on the front lawn at Nederland High School. (Brad Robichaux/The News)