Packers Hall of Fame Inc. postpones 50th induction banquet to April 17, 2021

Event postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic


The 50th Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. Induction Banquet will be postponed until April 17, 2021, due the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Tom Konop, President of the Packers Hall of Fame Inc., announced today.

"With the utmost consideration for the safety of all of our guests, our Executive Committee met and voted unanimously to support the postponement of the Banquet until next year," said Konop. "Charles and Al are in total agreement with our decision and they are looking forward to their big night next April."

The Induction Banquet will feature Charles Woodson and Al Harris as the newest inductees into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. Also being honored is Bud Selig as the Bob Harlan Leadership Award recipient and the late Zeke Bratkowski as the Bart and Cherry Starr Recognition Award recipient. A new Media Award has been established by Packers Hall of Fame Inc. and the first recipient will be Bud Lea, for whom the award will be named in the future. Regarding the special recognition as the Most Memorable Moment in Packers history, LeRoy Butler and Robert Brooks will be accepting on behalf of the world-renowned Lambeau Leap.

The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. is looking forward to celebrating this historic evening and honoring two very deserving members of the Green Bay Packers next year.

Those who have purchased tickets for the event have been notified of the date change, and their tickets will apply to next year. A limited number of tickets are still available for the April 17, 2021, Banquet, which begins with a cash bar at 4 p.m. with dinner and program to follow at 5:30 p.m., are still available. To purchase tickets, contact Sam Kluck at 920/965-6984 or

The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation independent of the Green Bay Packers that guides the Hall as a historic national sports venue and educational resource to the Green Bay community and the state of Wisconsin. The Hall raises funds through its annual Induction Banquet, Golf Classic and other events to preserve the history of the Green Bay Packers and expand its archives. Historic memorabilia donated by individuals to the Hall may qualify as tax-deductible gifts.

Originally established in 1967 as a temporary display in the concourse of the Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena, the Packers Hall of Fame moved into its own facility in 1976 near Lambeau Field. In 2003, it was relocated to the lower level of the Lambeau Field Atrium, and it was closed in November 2013 for renovations. The Packers Hall of Fame reopened in August of 2015 and is now located on the main floor of the Atrium across from 1919 Kitchen & Tap. Groups interested in booking tours and those seeking additional information may visit the Hall online at*.*

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