On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills look to take down the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. Bills fans will do their best to eliminate any home field advantage, buying tickets at a rapid pace. Per VividSeats, 20% of all tickets to the game are being purchased from New York ZIP codes. If you’re part of this massive influx of out-of-towners, we’re here to help get you to the party.
Here’s what we’ve caught wind of so far:
Jacksonville Invasion Party
Where: Wing It, 11018 Old St Augustine Rd, Jacksonville, FL
When: 7 p.m. to close, Saturday
Notes: Game day menu and beer specials (Wing It is a local sports bar and restaurant and is listed as the meeting location for the Jacksonville Bills Backers)
Jacksonville Invasion Tailgate
The Bills Backers of Jacksonville are organizing a massive tailgate bash right under the noses of the Jaguars on game day. Pinto Ron is expected to be in attendance here as well.
Where: EverBank Field, Lot X (1 EverBank Field Drive)
When: 9 a.m. until kickoff
Notes: Lot X is reportedly a paid lot if you’re planning to park. Walking in sounds like it will be an option. This event requires you to bring your own food and beverage. Per Bills fans’ typical protocol, bartering and sharing will likely be plentiful. This looks to be the big one if social media is any indicator. Other Backer chapters have pledged support for this event and it could get crowded
- Tailgaters parking is a more than just a lot, with bar and grill services as well as a promise of clean restrooms. Spots start at $35 and this location is generating a fair share of buzz. Tailgaters opens at 7 a.m. on Sunday.
- Tailgate Bar and Grill will open up at 7 a.m. for parking with the bar set to follow at 8 a.m. on Sunday. Located near EverBank Field, Tailgate has several options for fans looking for a good time, including a $50 VIP tickets which includes 3 hours of open bar.
- If you couldn’t get a ticket to the game, but made it to Florida, Dahlia’s Pour House will do their best to make Bills fans feel at home. With a $25 special that includes Genny Cream Ale and two beef on weck, Western New Yorkers can feel right at home.