ATLANTA – With opening night of the football season less than four weeks away in the inaugural season of Georgia State Stadium, fans are showing their excitement to #BeTheChange under new coach Shawn Elliott.

Last week, Georgia State hit a high-water mark for single game tickets sales for a week in the eight years of the program.

It comes as season ticket sales continue to climb. The Panthers have now sold nearly twice as many season tickets to date, as compared to all of last season which was coming off the program’s first bowl game in 2015.

“We are pleased with the direction of ticket sales entering our first year of Georgia State Stadium,” Senior Associate A.D. for External Operations Brian Kelly said. “We also know that we want to make a strong push over this final month to have an incredible crowd not only for opening night on Aug. 31, but for the entire 2017 season.”

Individual game tickets and parking for all six Georgia State home football games in the inaugural season of Georgia State Stadium went on sale earlier this week and range from $25 to $30 per game.  Group ticket packages are available for groups of 10 more ranging from $15 to $20 per game.

Single game parking ranges from $10 if purchased in advance, to $20 if purchased on game day.

Opening night of the 2017 season comes on Thursday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m., as the Panthers host Tennessee State. Georgia State will also face Memphis for Family Weekend on Sept. 30, followed by Homecoming against Troy on Oct. 21.

The Panthers will face South Alabama on Thursday night, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m., live on ESPNU, followed by Heroes Day on Nov. 25 against Appalachian State. Georgia State will close out the regular season hosting Idaho for Senior Day on Dec. 2.

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