Posted: 3:42 pm Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Free on-field movie screening at Bobby Dodd 

By Ken Sugiura

Georgia Tech will host its second “Dodd After Dark” movie screening Friday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Fans are invited to throw down a blanket on the Grant Field turf and watch on the stadium video board.

The series (“Muppets Most Wanted” was shown last week) was part of an attempt to add value to season tickets to spur sales and renewals. The ticket office has also included bonuses like a scrimmage open only to season ticket holders.

A fireworks display will follow the movie.

The movie begins at 8 p.m. Season ticket holders can be admitted at 7 p.m., followed by the general public at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free. Free parking is available at Peters Parking Deck as well as the McCamish Pavilion and O’Keefe Gym lots. Non-metered street parking is also available after 5 p.m.

4 comments
mgt87
mgt87

Finally something exciting on the field.

DallasJack
DallasJack

The lengths some "people" will go to troll a sports blog. Pathetic and an embarrassment to the state of Georgia and especially Macon, Georgia.

I'm certain you are "big" as in a fat, blubbering idiot.

Get a life tool box.

bigmacondawg
bigmacondawg

The lengths Tech has to go to sell tickets. Embarrassing.

AugustaJacket
AugustaJacket

@bigmacondawg Ahhh, the bibb county butt sniffer strikes again.  There is a proverb that says "It is better to remain silent and thought a fool than to open ones mouth and remove all doubt."  You should try and follow that advice.