With the Green Bay Packers opening the football season on the road against New Orleans on Sunday, Titletown will host the free, open-to-the-public Titletown Watch Party, presented by Miller Lite to bring fans together to cheer on the team from afar.
The free event will be held on the west end of Titletown, with the game shown on a large screen at the plaza near the west part of the football field. The screen will be visible from Titletown Square and the Grand Stairs, the terraced green space in the newly opened part of Titletown.
The fun will get underway at 1 p.m. with a performance from 80s and 90s cover band Johnny Wad, followed by a performance by Wisconsin comedian Charlie Berens at 2:30 p.m. The event will be hosted by Packers alumnus Jarrett Bush, and fans can receive Packers-themed giveaway items throughout the game.
Once the game is underway at 3:25 p.m., a DJ will be on-hand to entertain the crowd during breaks in the action. Tailgate-style food and beverage will be available for purchase throughout the event. Restrooms will be available for attendees, as well as free parking.
Fans are asked to keep in mind the park's policies as they prepare to enjoy the festivities. Carry-in coolers, glass bottles and portable grills are not permitted in the park. Visitors should also keep in mind that there are chairs and tables available for use at Titletown, and carry-in lawn furniture or folding chairs are not permitted. The concrete plaza space will be for standing room only.