KSAT Pigskin Classic tickets on sale now at area Las Palapas locations; at Alamodome box office starting Aug. 22

Tickets are $15 for the high school football triple-header at the Alamodome Aug. 27

Get tickets at Las Palapas

The inaugural KSAT Pigskin Classic general admission tickets are on sale now at all San Antonio Las Palapas locations.

Get ready for a full day of high school football action at the Alamodome on Saturday, August 27.

Your $15 ticket is good for admission to any or all of the three games.

Tickets can also be purchased at the southwest box office at the Alamodome from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting on Monday, Aug. 22.

On the day of the game, tickets can be purchased at both the northeast and southeast box offices at the Alamodome starting at 9:30 a.m.

Doors open at 10:30 a.m. The games will be broadcast on KSAT 12 and on KSAT.com.

Other ticket options

You can also purchase KSAT Insider VIP Experience tickets for a perfect view from the press box, food, swag and a few surprises.

Luxury suites are also available for purchase.

Read what you need to know before attending the event here.

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FIND A LOCATION

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A map of all local Las Palapas locations where you can purchase KSAT Pigskin Classic tickets. (Google Maps)

About the KSAT Pigskin Classic

The first-ever KSAT Pigskin Classic will showcase six local high school football teams over three games in one day at the Alamodome.

The August 27 event will feature Smithson Valley vs. Reagan; Judson vs. Johnson; Steele vs. Brennan. Find tickets and other information at ksat.com/pigskin.

Download the Big Game Coverage mobile app or visit the Big Game Coverage section for high school sports coverage, including game livestreams, from KSAT 12.


About the Authors:

Kolten Parker is digital executive producer at KSAT. Previously, he worked at the San Antonio Express-News and the Texas Observer.