Lambeau Field Atrium Set For Fan Fest; Tickets Still Available

The fifth annual Packers Fan Fest begins Friday afternoon at the Lambeau Field Atrium. The two-day event, March 13-14, will see fans, coaches and players get together to celebrate Packers football. Buy Tickets! | More Info

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The fifth annual Packers Fan Fest begins Friday afternoon at the Lambeau Field Atrium. The two-day event, March 13-14, will see fans, coaches and players get together to celebrate Packers football.

Tickets are available and are priced at $85 per person. They can be purchased in person at Lambeau Field and also are available through Ticketmaster online, over the phone and in person.

Children ages 6 and under enter free with a ticketed adult and do not require a ticket.

The ticket includes, in addition to entrance to the two-day event, autograph sessions, admission to the Packers Hall of Fame and an exclusive tour through the Packers locker room that is not available on the regular stadium tours.

Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, General Manager Ted Thompson, Head Coach Mike McCarthy and the Packers' coaching staff will be part of the weekend. Current players scheduled to appear include Allen Barbre, Atari Bigby, Desmond Bishop, Brandon Chillar, Chad Clifton, Daryn Colledge, Nick Collins, Mason Crosby, Donald Driver, Brett Goode, Ryan Grant, Korey Hall, Al Harris, Brandon Jackson, JJ Jansen, Cullen Jenkins, James Jones, Aaron Kampman, John Kuhn, Kregg Lumpkin, Ruvell Martin, Tony Moll, Ryan Pickett, Jason Spitz and Scott Wells.

Packers alumni appearing include Donny Anderson, Edgar Bennett, LeRoy Butler, Paul Coffman, Willie Davis, Lynn Dickey, William Henderson, Jerry Kramer, Dorsey Levens, James Lofton, Brian Noble, Jan Stenerud, Frank Winters and Ron Wolf.

Saturday's main stage offerings will include a question-and-answer session with new Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers where he will discuss the team's new '3-4' defense. Other members of the team's coaching and football staffs will present '101' sessions, with focuses on offense, defense, special teams, strength and conditioning, college scouting, NFL athletic training and NFL equipment.

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