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'Titletown Gameday Live' set to debut Sept. 9 for fans

Fans visiting Titletown on gameday reminded of park policies


Titletown is gearing up for gameday, with activities, live music and entertainment set to take place at the plaza and park prior to each Green Bay Packers home game this season.

"Titletown Gameday Live" kicks off at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 9, with a performance from the band Star Six Nine and food and beverages available for purchase.

Titletown's playground, football field and game courts will also be open for visitors. Game courts will have all accessories for guests to use, but those using the field should remember to bring their own sports ball to throw or kick.

Fans are asked to keep in mind the park's policies as they prepare to enjoy the day's festivities. Carry-in coolers, glass bottles, or portable grills are not permitted in the park. Visitors should also keep in mind that there are chairs and tables available for use at Titletown, and carry-in lawn furniture or folding chairs are not permitted.

The Titletown parking lot off of Lombardi Avenue will be open for paid parking, with refunds offered to those with vehicles that leave the lot earlier than four hours before the game starts. Additionally, guests parking at the Titletown parking lot will not be permitted to tailgate in the lot.

Titletown Gameday Live will continue on Aug. 16, with the band Johnny Wad playing four hours prior to kickoff. Entertainment for the regular season includes:

  • Sept. 9: RPM
  • Sept. 16: The Presidents
  • Sept. 30: Nashville Pipeline
  • Oct. 15: The Cougars
  • Nov. 11: Sonic Circus
  • Dec. 2, 9 and 30: To-be-determined live entertainment

Activities are subject to change in the event of inclement weather. For more information, please visit

Titletown, the community development west of Lambeau Field, offers year-round activities on non-gamedays, as well, with outdoor games, fitness programming, a unique playground and football field. To see a calendar of events, visit

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