Tailgate32: The Ultimate Football Fan Roadtrip

The team rolls across the Bay Bridge to check out Raider Nation. The already weary boys don't catch any breaks though—they've got a 4am wake-up call to pick up fresh oysters and salmon for the tailgate with Kingsford Kirk. Follow them to Ricky's, the place for Raiders fans to meet up the night before the game, and then into the lots as they seek out some of the most notorious fans in the league.

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Produced by Mike and John Trupiano

Directed and Edited by Aidan Brezonick

Cinematography by Dustin Supencheck

Production Manager: Matt Clement

Motion graphics by Simian Design Group

Tailgate32 theme: "Faust" by Secret Colours

Additional music provided by Kids These Days, Death on Two Wheels, and Tree City

Special thanks to Football Nation, Big Green Egg, Sierra Select Distributors, TailGate Beer, The Oakland Raiders, Chris Sotiropulos, Kingsford Kirk & The Bad Boyz of BBQ, Ricky's Sports Theatre, and S&M Shellfish

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Tailgate32: The Ultimate Football Fan Roadtrip

Tailgate32

Tailgate32 is a 32-part documentary series that follows the journey of adventure-loving brothers Mike and John Trupiano as they tour the country in a 42-foot RV to explore the American traditions of road tripping, tailgating, and football fan culture.


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Tailgate32 is a 32-part documentary series that follows the journey of adventure-loving brothers Mike and John Trupiano as they tour the country in a 42-foot RV to explore the American traditions of road tripping, tailgating, and football fan culture. They push themselves to the extremes on this 25000-mile nonstop trek, struggle with an RV that seems to have a mind of its own, and discover what drives the world's most passionate and colorful fans.

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