If you’re one of the lucky new season ticket holders with a seat among the nearly 7,000 seats in the just completed south end zone addition, you have the opportunity today to “Meet Your Seat” as the Packers host an open house at Lambeau Field today.
Today the $146 million renovation to Lambeau Field will officially be dedicated with a ribbon cutting, speeches by Packers and state dignitaries, and the open house from 2-8 p.m.
Here’s what packers.com had to say about the open house:
The event will run from 2-8 p.m. and will be self-guided, allowing ticket holders the opportunity to explore the newest stadium expansion at their own pace. Invitations have been mailed out to seat holders in the new south end zone, who will receive a map of the areas open for viewing upon their arrival.
Seat holders will have an opportunity to get a photo of themselves with a view of the stadium in the background, and some concession stands in the south end zone will be open, with special pricing for the event. The video boards will be showing the 2012 Packers highlight film on the hour, every hour, beginning at 3 p.m.
While everyone attending will no doubt go gaga over their specific seat, but they will also have the opportunity to view first hand the new ShopKo gate, new video board, the incredible sound system, the viewing platforms, suites and all of the newly-minted concessions stands – some of which will be open to serve their goods.
In addition, speeches by Packers President Mark Murphy and Gov. Scott Walker, as well as other local dignitaries will highlight the ribbon-cutting ceremony.