JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Expect some changes to this year’s Georgia-Florida football game. There will be limited capacity at the stadium. And fan-favorites like RV City, the Hall of Fame luncheon and Duuuval’s Bold City Bash will not happen this year.
In a news release issued Friday, Mayor Lenny Curry said, “The annual Georgia-Florida Football Classic is one of our city’s most well-known and celebrated traditions. We are both thankful and excited that we are able to carry on with the game this year. We have implemented and will continue to maintain regulations for the safety of all those attending. Nevertheless, we will ensure a fun and safe event as we celebrate this college football rivalry in our City.”
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will provide public safety and traffic information closer to game day.
The Georgia-Florida Football Classic will be played Saturday, Nov. 7 at 3:30 p.m. at TIAA Bank Field. You can watch it on CBS47. The annual tradition has taken place in Jacksonville since 1933.
For more information, visit GAFLjax.com.
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