Where & When

Midnight Yell happens at Kyle Field on the campus of Texas A&M University the Friday night before each Aggie home football game. It can also be viewed via livestream on Texas A&M’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube channels, and it is also broadcast live on KAMU HDTV.

  • September 2: Sam Houston State
  • September 9: Appalachian State
  • September 16: Miami
  • October 28: Ole Miss
  • November 4: Florida
  • November 18: Massachusetts
  • November 25: LSU

Gates open at 10:45 p.m. and the event begins at midnight. Midnight Yell usually lasts about 30 minutes.

Who can come to Midnight Yell?

Everyone is welcome to attend.

No pre-registration or tickets needed.

Where can I park?

Midnight Yell attendees may park in most surface lots. Lots 30, 40 and 122 are 24 hour reserved and unavailable for this event. The closest available lots to Kyle Field are 48, 61, 62, 100a-c, 102 and 104.

No overnight parking is permitted. No vehicles will be permitted into Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage, University Center Garage or West Campus Garage after 10 p.m. the night before home football games.

There is no bus service for Midnight Yell. Consider alternative options, such as grabbing a bike through the bike share program.

What can I bring into Midnight Yell?

Just like on Gameday, Midnight Yell has a clear bag policy to enhance public safety and improve the efficiency of entry into Kyle Field. Only clear backpacks that do not exceed 12"x 6" x 12" are permitted.

The following items are prohibited from Midnight Yell:

  • Artificial noise makers
  • Food
  • Beverages (including alcoholic beverages), except one sealed plastic bottle of water
  • Firearms
  • Tobacco products of any kind
  • Ice chests
  • Umbrellas
  • Strollers
  • Pets
  • Stadium seats in excess of 16 inches
  • Unauthorized banners, signs or flags
  • Bags or cases of any kind that do not meet the clear bag policy

Where do I enter the stadium?

You can enter through either the northeast or southeast entrance. Fans assemble in the stands on the East side of the stadium.

Midnight Yell Entrance Map

Metal Detector Policy

Details are forthcoming regarding metal detectors at Midnight Yell.

What accommodations are available for people with disabilities?

If you need physical accommodations, use Entry 7 on the East side of Kyle Field for elevator access to the viewing level.

An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter is on site for every Midnight Yell. People who wish to view the interpreter should sit in Section 125 or 126.

What can I expect during the event?

To get Aggie fans fired up for the next day's game, the Yell Leaders will address fans in the stands and lead them in the university's traditional Yells and in the singing of the Aggie War Hymn. Be ready for several very loud noises as the Parson's Mounted Calvary will their cannon between 3-5 times during the event. At the end of Midnight Yell, the stadium lights are turned off for 3-5 seconds so Aggies can kiss their dates.

More than 25,000 people regularly attend Midnight Yell. Many students and staff members work hard to ensure the event is a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Please respect protocol and tradition at all times:

  • Don't consume, possess or be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Respect one another as well as security and support staff.
  • Disruptions or interruptions may result in a UPD escort from the stadium.

On Jan. 1, 2020, Texas A&M became a tobacco-free campus. No tobacco products of any kind, or vaping of any kind, are permitted anywhere on campus.

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Midnight Yell at Kyle Field?

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before a home football game!

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