Several Packers alumni are set to participate in "Centennial Sit-Downs" as part of the Packers Experience, presented by American Family Insurance, Bellin Health, Fleet Farm and Old El Paso, the free, four-day festival to be held from July 26-29.
As part of the Green Bay Packers' 100 Seasons celebration, the event will celebrate the Packers history and legacy, in part by honoring and interviewing several alumni from past Packers teams.
Each day from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., different alumni will participate in the sit-down interviews, conducted Packers Radio Network play-by-play announcer, Wayne Larrivee. Fans are invited to watch the interviews on the main stage, and the interviews will be played on LED screens stationed around the event space.
Set to appear at the event are:
- Dave Robinson and Jerry Kramer on Thursday, July 26
- Frank Winters, Earl Dotson, Chris Jacke and Mark Chmura on Friday, July 27
- LeRoy Butler and Antonio Freeman on Saturday, July 28
- Paul Coffman and Lynn Dickey on Sunday, July 29
Interviews may also be conducted the first three days of the event by personalities from ESPN and the NFL Network from their broadcast sets. Fans are welcome to visit the broadcast sets near the fan walkway on Lambeau Field's east side, adjacent to the Johnsonville Tailgate Village.
A century in the making, 100 Seasons is the epic, 16-month celebration of the Packers' rich history, which will be capped by the franchise's 100th birthday on Aug. 11, 2019. A wide variety of events and activities will kick off over the next several months, with fans and community members invited to join in the numerous festivities. For more information, please visit packers.com/100-seasons.