Lambeau Field Halloween Arrives This Weekend; Haunted Concourse Set For Friday And Saturday; Spookta

Lambeau Field this week will be preparing for a weekend of Halloween fun with two popular free events, the Haunted Concourse and Spooktacular Fun.

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Free Events Open To Area Youth Friday And Saturday

Lambeau Field this week will be preparing for a weekend of Halloween fun with two popular free events, the Haunted Concourse and Spooktacular Fun.

The Haunted Concourse this year again is open for two days and is accessed through the Oneida Nation Gate on Lambeau Field's east side. It is open Friday, Oct. 23, from 7 to 11 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 24, for three sessions: 10 a.m. to noon, 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 10 p.m. Lines may be cut off prior to the end times to ensure no unnecessary waits.

Designed for teens with a PG-13 rating, the Haunted Concourse will be set in a darkened Lambeau Field concourse and feature scenes of high-tech shocks and horrors. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a guardian into the Haunted Concourse, and children under the age of 8 will not be permitted.

Spooktacular Fun is set for Saturday, Oct. 24, in the Lambeau Field Atrium. Accessed through the Miller Lite Gate on the north end of Lambeau Field, it will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Spooktacular Fun this year will feature new entertainment attractions, including the Oneida Nation Dancers and Singers, a body contortionist and a pumpkin carver. The event's other interactive and entertaining musicians and magicians return, as do the very popular stilt walkers. Children also will have the opportunity to participate in face painting and other Halloween-themed arts and crafts.

'Spooktacular Fun' is one in a series of free community events held each year by the Packers. Other events include an ecumenical Thanksgiving Day meal for area needy families, 'Project LEAP,'and 'Shindig at 1265.'

'Spooktacular Fun' main stage schedule:

10 a.m.: Oneida Nation Dancers & Singers

11 a.m.: John Measner – magician

12 noon: Mr. Billy – musician

1 p.m.: Oneida Nation Dancers & Singers

2 p.m.: John Measner – magician

3 p.m.: Mr. Billy – musician

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