About LSU Fall Fest
LSU Fall Fest is a University tradition that began in 1994 as the Chancellor’s official “Welcome” for new students, faculty, and staff and a “Welcome Back” for returning members of the University family. The event was held in the LSU Quadrangle for the first twenty years.
Today, LSU Fall Fest is an event where students, faculty, and staff can come together on the LSU Parade Ground to celebrate being a part of the LSU community. LSU Fall Fest provides its community members with the opportunity to learn about different campus departments, meet new friends and classmates, enjoy free food and drinks, and celebrate the spirit of LSU with student and local entertainment from the Fall Fest stage.
LSU Fall Fest is free and open to LSU students, faculty, and staff.
Tickets are not required, but everyone should bring a Tiger Card LSU ID to obtain food items.
10:40 Tiger Band marches from School of Music to Parade Ground
11:00 Fall Fest begins with welcomes, songs, and cheers
11:35 LSU Coaches pump up the crowd
11:50 LSU Homecoming Court announced
12:00 Step Show begins
12:50 CJ Solar Band live show begins
Sponsors and Partners
LSU Fall Fest could not be possible without the help of corporate sponsors.
The 2013 Fall Fest Presenting Sponsor is Campus Federal Credit Union. Additional sponsors include Burbank Commons, ExxonMobil, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, Shell, The Cottages of Baton Rouge, U Club Cottages, and University Crescent. In-kind donations were made by the Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Bottling Company, LSU Dining and Magnolia Canteen.