Lambeau Field is ready for Sunday's Packers-Falcons game, which will recognize participants in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
Sunday will also continue featuring the annual NFL-wide "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative to highlight causes and charities important to players through custom-designed cleats. Several Packers players are participating in the initiative, and their causes and their cleats will be showcased on packers.com. For more information about My Cause, My Cleats, please visit nfl.com/mycausemycleats.
Two featured alumni are scheduled to make appearances Sunday; Keith Jackson and Aaron Taylor will be taking part in fan activities at surprise locations around Lambeau Field and Legends Club, respectively, leading up to kickoff.
During pregame, the Packers will recognize several dozen kids participating in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program, in partnership with the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, who will be introduced and run through the tunnel and onto the field.
The pregame festivities will also honor Hailey Cousland from Oconomowoc, Wis., as the "Shopko Kick-Off Kid." The 9-year-old planned and facilitated a cancer walk to raise money for cancer research. Learn more about Shopko's Kids Making a Difference at shopko.com/kickoffkid.
Prior to the national anthem, the Packers and WPS Health Solutions will be recognizing Lieutenant Max Hofer and his family through Operation Fan Mail on the field.
The national anthem will be performed by country artist Craig Campbell, and a flyover will be performed by a four F-16s from the 125th Fighter Squadron, known as the "Tulsa Vipers" from the Oklahoma Air National Guard, based out of the Tulsa International Airport.
At the two-minute warning of the first half, Derek Eufinger from Waukesha, Wis., the winner of the "Ultimate Leap Contest," will have the opportunity to do a Lambeau Leap in the north end zone. The contest is presented by USA TODAY NETWORK – Wisconsin.
During halftime, the High School Quarterback Challenge, presented by HPE and Camera Corner, will feature players from Reedsville High School and Howard's Grove High School, in an on-field competition.
Also at halftime, seven members of Wings of Blue, the U.S. Air Force Parachute Team, will jump from a plane and parachute into the stadium.
The organization is reminding game attendees that no bags or purses are allowed inside Lambeau Field unless they are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and are no larger than 12" by 6" by 12". All fans entering Lambeau Field on gamedays will use walk-through metal detectors. For more information on gameday carry-in and safety policies, please visit packers.com/lambeau-field/gameday.
Fans on Sunday can enjoy the Johnsonville Tailgate Village, the permanent tailgating and event space in Lambeau Field's east side parking lot. The JTV, along with the parking lots, will open at 8 a.m. for ticketed and non-ticketed guests alike and will feature live music, food, beverages and a festive tailgating atmosphere.
The Lambeau Field Atrium, including 1919 Kitchen & Tap, the Packers Hall of Fame and Packers Pro Shop will be open to ticketed guests only beginning at 8 a.m., and stadium gates will open at 10 a.m. Visit packers.com/lambeau-field/gameday for more information.