TTZ Opens At 10 a.m. This Sunday For Fans To Watch All The Day's NFL Games
The Packers' Tundra Tailgate Zone, the free tailgate party area in Lambeau Field's east parking lot, is set for the regular season and again will feature great food, live music, Packers alumni and prizes.
Recognized by ESPN the Magazine as one of the factors that makes Lambeau Field the No. 1 stadium experience in its annual "Ultimate Rankings," the TTZ is an area open to the public. Game tickets are not needed to enter and enjoy the festivities that take place before, during or after the game.
This Sunday, the TTZ will feature special hours, opening at 10 a.m. for fans to catch all the day's early football action on a large projection screen and multiple big-screen plasma TVs. The NFL Sunday Ticket is available, so fans can see every game being played. The area will be open through the Packers-Bears game and close one hour after the game's conclusion.
The TTZ will feature Packers alumni each home game, with Hall of Famer James Lofton on hand this Sunday from 4:30 to 5:25 p.m., visiting with fans and signing autographs.
The Packers this year welcome Saz's Catering as the exclusive food and beverage provider to the TTZ. Famous for its barbeque items, Saz's also will be serving its popular Mozzarella Marinara.
Other features of the TTZ include live music, with Johnny Wad playing this Sunday from 3 p.m. until kickoff, as well as Packers prizes and a chance to win pregame sideline passes to watch the Packers warm up prior to the game.
Full details on the Tundra Tailgate Zone and its hours through the season are available online by clicking here.