If you tend to go to the larger back doors, bringing food and drinks can seem a bit overwhelming. Instead, providing napkins, ice, individual glasses and additional plates will never hurt. Bringing your own chairs is always a good idea. There will be a lot of people at this event and there may not be enough seats for you.
The vast majority of respondents (84%) believe that everyone who goes to a tailgate should carry at least one item. A tailgate party is a social event held in and around the open tailgate of a vehicle. Shopping, which takes place primarily in the United States and Canada, often involves drinking alcoholic beverages while barbecuing and grilling food. Backgate parties are held in the parking lots of stadiums and arenas, before and occasionally after games, festivals and concerts.
People who attend such a party are said to be “following the trail”. Many people participate even if their vehicles don't have tailgates. Backgate parties also involve people bringing their own alcoholic beverages, barbecues, food, and so on. That a sample is taken and shared among the fans who attend the tailgate.
Backdoors are intended to be non-commercial events, so selling items to fans is frowned upon and may even be considered an illegal proposition. Standing in line is often considered a fundamental part of the sporting experience in the United States. Because many American sports facilities are surrounded by large parking lots, the gates are often held just outside the stadium and stadium entrances. Usually, going to the queue involves consuming alcoholic beverages or soft drinks and grilling various meat products.
The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hormel Foods, also looked at how followers use food and friends to create the most fun event possible. The average respondent visits two back doors a year, and the optimal group size is 11 people on average. If it doesn't tell you anything specific, you can make that decision yourself and bring some drinks or make some easy recipes for the tailgate. Here are some tips you can use when the first home game comes in a few weeks and you're about to hit the road, ready to have a good time.
This unspoken rule is highly respected, as nearly half (46%) of those surveyed agree that if someone doesn't bring anything, they're less likely to invite them to the next back door. A survey of 5000 Americans, including 100 people in each of the 50 states, reveals that 29 percent believe that working on the grill is the best job for a backdoor party, while 25 percent choose to “taste garnishes” or “exaggerate” the games (23%). Backgate parties have been extended to pre-game festivities at sporting events other than American football, such as basketball, hockey, baseball and soccer. The most popular foods for tailgate parties include basic foods for picnics and grilling, such as sausage, sausage, baked beans, steak, pizza to go and cold salads, such as coleslaw or potato salad.
At the back gate itself, the host may feel a little overwhelmed if he is the one who cooks and prepares most of the time. By the way, find your friends who haven't yet seen one of your back doors and invite them to join you. Respondents also agree on the worst things to forget to bring to the back door, such as plates (70%), napkins (54%) and glasses (46%). Bring a ball to throw it, but always remember that just because you were a backup quarterback in high school doesn't mean you're the quarterback of the parking lot during the back doors.