GLENDALE, AZ - There’s a lot that goes into a successful tailgate party… the grill, the food, the beer, a canopy for shade, and of course, good friends.
Outside University of Phoenix Stadium Saturday some fans brought a big screen TV, many brought a generator and fans to keep cool, and one group even brought their own DJ for entertainment.
But are there tailgating faux pas? We asked the crowd before the Cardinals game and found out the failures include not bringing enough ice, setting up in the parking lot near the car, trying out some new food dish.
We heard that sometime during the regular season one fan brings out a full bar, including bar stools.
A sure sign Cardinals fans know their tailgating.
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