Ross-Ade Stadium Tickets

Ross-Ade Stadium
1-2600 Division St., West Lafayette, IN, USA 47907
Capacity: 62500
Aug. 30, 2014
Saturday, TBD
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
Sep. 6, 2014
Saturday, TBD
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
Sep. 20, 2014
Saturday, TBD
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
Sep. 27, 2014
Saturday, 12:00 PM
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
Oct. 11, 2014
Saturday, TBD
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
Nov. 8, 2014
Saturday, TBD
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
Nov. 22, 2014
Saturday, TBD
Ross-Ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
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In the early 1920’s, a visionary Purdue alumnus had a grand idea. He knew that his university’s football team was faltering. He saw his team lose game after game and wondered what he, as a fan but not a coach or player, could do. He came up with the idea of creating a grand new stadium. Granted, that approach is fairly standard now-a-days, but back in the early twenties, people weren’t expecting 60,000-person stadiums. This alumnus was named David E. Ross. Ross, recognizing the recruiting strengths of a better stadium, began trying to convince other alumni to support his vision, but, for the most part, Ross was laughed at. They told him that they’ll donate money once they see a winning football team. Of course, Ross knew that both things could happen, that he could get money and a winning football team, but the money had to come before the victories. Lucky for both David Ross and the Purdue University community, the visionary found one other equally visionary alumnus, writer and humorist George Ade. Together, these men found the money to build Purdue a new stadium, and in 1924, that stadium opened with 13,500 seats. And guess what, five years later, the Purdue football team one its first outright conference championship in a number of years, and David E. Ross’s seemingly oddball vision was proved correct. That tradition of winning football at Purdue University that was initiated by Ross continues today at Ross-Ade Stadium, but your Ross-Ade Stadium tickets and Purdue football tickets won’t bring you into the same Ross-Ade Stadium that opened over eight decades ago. Instead of that cramped 13,500-seat facility, a $70 million renovation completed in 2003 has made Ross-Ade Stadium one of the most luxurious and state-of-the-art college football venues in the entire country. And you can be a part of this extravagant facility simply by purchasing Purdue football tickets. It’s a shame, however, that it’s not that easy to find Purdue football tickets. Well, it’s not that easy unless you use Gotickets.com, the internet’s premier source for popular and hard-to-find sports tickets, concert tickets, and theater tickets. We specialize in securing sold-out tickets, and we can always find you Ross-Ade Stadium tickets.

Today, a they were over eight years ago, Ross-Ade Stadium tickets are some of the premier football tickets in the country. This is thanks to Purdue’s affiliation with the Big Ten Conference. And since Ross-Ade Stadium tickets are Purdue football tickets, and Purdue football tickets are Big Ten conference tickets, then your next Ross-Ade Stadium tickets can include Michigan State football tickets, University of Wisconsin football tickets, University of Michigan football tickets, Illinois football tickets, Indiana football tickets, and the rest of the fan favorite Big Ten football tickets. Sounds exciting, right? So come to Gotickets.com, and secure your Purdue football tickets today so that you can make the trip to historic Ross-Ade Stadium, and have a chance to see the realized dream David E. Ross.

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