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Northwestern Lifts Capacity Restrictions for Home Events

Cats fans will fill the stands in Evanston once again.

It's time to find all your purple and white, Wildcats fans! Northwestern University announced Tuesday that there will be no capacity limits or restrictions on home events during the 2021-22 seasons. Further, masks are no longer mandatory for fully vaccinated individuals in most indoor settings on the Northwestern campus. 

Tickets for Northwestern's six home games throughout the 2021 football season are now on sale. Northwestern will play host to Michigan State (Sep. 3), Indiana State (Sep. 11), Ohio (Sep. 25), Rutgers (Oct. 16), Minnesota (Oct. 30), and Iowa (Nov. 6). The Wildcats will also host the Purdue Boilermakers in the Wildcats Classic at Wrigley Field on November 20th. 

Reminder: Northwestern's health and safety guidelines are subject to change in response to the local health landscape. 

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