• How long has the Hawai’i Bowl been in existence?
  • Which conferences are affiliated with the Hawai’i Bowl?
  • Do you know what teams will be in the Hawai’i Bowl?
  • What are the home and away team designations?
  • Can I buy a parking pass to the Hawai’i Bowl?
  • What time does the Stadium turnstile gates open?
  • What time does Stadium parking gates open?
  • Will satellite parking be available on game-day?
  • What if I need accessible seating and/or parking?
  • Does my infant need a ticket?
  • Where can I buy Hawai’i Bowl merchandise?
  • Which hotels are the teams staying?
  • Are there shuttle busses available from Waikiki to the Stadium?
  • Can I attend the Hawai’i Bowl week events?
  • May I buy passes for the Hawai’i Gas VIP Great Tailgate?
  • Is there a tailgate for my respective school?

How long has the Hawai’i Bowl been in existence?

The Hawai’i Bowl was established in 2002. The Hawai’i Bowl continues as the first non-all- star post-season game in Hawai’i since December of 2000 when the O’ahu Bowl and the Aloha Bowl were played in Honolulu.


Which conferences are affiliated with the Hawai’i Bowl?

The Mountain West, the American Athletic Conference and Conference USA.


Do you know what teams will be in the Hawai’i Bowl?

The Mountain West vs American Athletic Conference matchup will be determined on Selection Sunday, December 3rd.


What are the home and away team designations?

The home team will be the American Athletic Conference representative and will be located on the Mauka sideline. The away team will be the Mountain West representative and will be located on the Makai sideline.


Can I buy a parking pass to the Hawai’i Bowl?

Parking passes are available as part of our Corporate/Group Ticket Packages. Parking is available at Aloha Stadium for $7 on game-day on a first come, first serve basis.


Will satellite parking be available on game-day?

The need for satellite parking will be determined by projected attendance on game-day. Any changes regarding satellite parking will be announced via the Hawai’i Bowl website, social media accounts and email blasts. You may sign up for News & Updates below this page.


What if I need accessible seating and/or parking?

Tickets for patrons needing accessible seating may be purchased through the Stadium Box Office, Stan Sheriff Center Box Office or etickethawaii.com. Specially designated areas for accommodating accessible spectators are located at the concourse level (orange level, all sections). These areas can be reached through any entrance. Each patron may purchase up to three (3) guest seats in the accessible section. Box Office personnel will sit any remaining guests as close as possible to the patron in the accessible seating area. Fans may use gates 1 & 2 to access ADA parking. The ADA stalls will be open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking attendants will be asking for ADA placards and ADA issued identification cards. Guests who are unable to produce the placard and the ID card to match a person inside the vehicle will not be allowed to park in the ADA areas.


Does my infant need a ticket?

Children three (3) years and under do not need a ticket. In this situation, children must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Fold-up strollers should be stored under the seat. Non-folding strollers can be left on the outer main or upper concourse at the owner’s own risk.


Where can I buy Hawai’i Bowl merchandise?

Logoed merchandise will be available at Aloha Stadium on game-day. Centerplate is the exclusive merchandiser of Hawai’i Bowl apparel at the Aloha Stadium.


Which hotels are the teams staying?

Sheraton Hotels & Resorts is the exclusive hotel partner of the Hawai’i Bowl. The American Athletic Conference team will be staying at the Sheraton Waikiki. The Mountain West team will be staying at the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort and Spa. For more information, visit the Travel Page.


Are there shuttle busses available from Waikiki to the Stadium?

There is not an official bowl shuttle service from Waikiki to the Stadium. TheBus is Oahu’s public bus transportation service. There are two scheduled routes both heading from Kuhio Ave. to Aloha Stadium (Routes #20 and #42). Routes and times are subject to change. Please call TheBus Information Office phone at (808)-848- 5555 or visit http://www.thebus.org/ to confirm.


Can I attend the Hawai’i Bowl week events?

The Royal Hawaiian Lu’au and the Hawai’i Bowl Kick-Off Banquet will have a limited amounted of general-public tickets on sale. For more information on event times, locations and to purchase tickets visit the Events Schedule page.


May I buy passes for the Hawai’i Gas VIP Great Tailgate?

Hawaii Gas VIP Great Tailgate is by invitation only. Tailgate passes are included in our Gold and Platinum ticket packages.


Is there a tailgate for my respective school?

Please contact your respective school for information.