Notre Dame Stadium public tours, scrimmage set for Sunday

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SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame Stadium and three new adjacent buildings will be open to the public for self-guided tours Sunday prior to and during the "New & Gold Game" scrimmage.

The tours and admittance to the scrimmage are free and open to the general public.

Campus parking is free. No tailgating will be permitted Sunday.

Food will be available for purchase at some stadium concession stands. Gates will open at 2 p.m., and the scrimmage will begin at 3:30 p.m.

Tours of some portions of Duncan Student Center, Corbett Family Hall and O'Neill Hall will be available from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday. In addition to the new buildings and the video board, visitors will get a chance to see upgraded seating in the stadium, new decor and the addition of close to 150 TVs along the stadium's concourses.

Those seeking to tour Duncan Student Center should line up at Door 12 on the building's south side. Elevators will take guests to the ballroom on the seventh floor and the family club on the eighth floor to see new premium seats and views of campus.

Tours of Corbett Family Hall will begin at Door 4 on the building's south side. Elevators will take guests to levels 7 and 8.

Tours of O'Neill Hall will begin on the upper concourse (fourth floor) on the south side of the stadium underneath the video board. Guests will be able to view South Club, a new private club with membership available to season ticket holders.

There will be one more opportunity for the public to see the inside of Notre Dame Stadium before football season begins. At 7:30 p.m. Friday, the stadium will be open for a free public screening of the film "Rudy" on the new video board.

The first Fighting Irish home football game is scheduled for Sept. 2 against Temple.

Free public tours of Notre Dame Stadium, shown here on Aug. 11, 2017, and the adjacent Campus Crossroads buildings will be available on Sunday, Aug. 20. Tribune photo/SANTIAGO FLORES