Tailgate Parties with Liberty Station Tavern

Football season is here and for Badger fans, it’s time to gather the gang and gear up for game days with food and brews. Lucky for locals, Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse in Madison has fans back this season with a tailgate party taking place before each home game. 

Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse invites Wisconsinites to Madison’s coolest and most delicious tailgate parties–the Frank Beverage Group ESPN radio tailgate party–this football season, kicking off at Regent Street and Charter two hours prior to the home game start time. Whether you’re a die-hard Badger fan or just someone who loves the pre-game excitement, this event is tailored to make your day unforgettable.

These fantastic tailgate parties will occur throughout the football season, kicking off two hours before every home Badger game. These sporting events are an opportunity to immerse yourself in the Badger spirit and create lasting memories with friends and fellow fans.


Guests can indulge in some of Liberty Station’s fan-favorite plates, including smoked chicken wings with a spicy BBQ sauce, smoked prime dip with cheddar cheese, smoked onions, horseradish cream and aus jus or staple game-day bites like cheese curds, Liberty Nachos and more. 

To wash everything down, fans can choose from an assortment of brews on tap in addition to handcrafted cocktails, including Liberty Mules with your choice of Moscow, Jalisco or Kentucky-style; The Hemingway with Plantation Fancy Pineapple Rum, simple syrup and fresh lime; or The Matt-Tai with Plantation Original Dark Rum, falernum syrup, orange liquor, fresh lemon and lime. 

In addition to mouthwatering BBQ and cold brews, tickets include a shuttle ride to the tailgate party. And after the game, when fans are basking in the glory of a Badger victory (or lamenting a tough loss), Liberty Station’s shuttle will provide transportation back to the restaurant, saving guests the hassle of post-game traffic.

Tickets are $50 per event. 

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