Sunday, August 03, 2014

Packers Family Night 2014

We attended Packers’ Family Night 2014 at Lambeau Field on Saturday night, and we’d like to bring you some photos from the evening. 

The event was sold out in two days when the tickets went on sale a couple of months ago. 

The crowd is chomping at the bit to get in. 

Ain’t it pretty? 

They’re going to have to re-think the crowd entry point at the renovated Miller Gate in the Lambeau Field Atrium.

Above and below, the crowd — many of whom were at Lambeau for the first time ever — in the Atrium. 


What’s behind these doors? Why the Green Bay Packers corporate offices, that’s what. 

The Holy of Holies. 

One of the Lambeau seating “bowl” entrances. 

The concessions were busy all night. 

We had a ticket for a seat, but we spent the evening walking around and taking photos from several vantage points before settling down in a seat in the South end zone. 

The South end zone seating area. 

Note to Lambeau visitors: the upper concourse is always less crowded. 

The lower concourse. 

Looking at the South end of Lambeau. 

Looking up at the North end of Lambeau. 

The West side of Lambeau from the East side of Lambeau. 

Scrimmage action on the field. 

Looking at the North end of the stadium. 

Offensive linemen working against each other. 

Vertical shot from the South end zone. 

The “offensive” sideline. 

Three-quarter view from the Northwest corner. 

These five images: on-field scrimmage action. 





The practice/scrimmage is over. 

Afterwards, there were interviews with Head Coach Mike McCarthy... 

WR Jordy Nelson... 

WR Randall Cobb... 

LB A.J. Hawk... 

and CB Tramon Williams.

Then, several players’ jerseys were given away by drawing section, row, and seat numbers. Jerseys from players such as LB Clay Matthews... 

... and QB Aaron Rodgers

Lastly, the evening concluded with a laser and fireworks show. 






When it was over, the lights came back up, the smoke cleared, and everyone went home. 

Packers fans make their way out of Lambeau and to their awaiting cars. 

If you weren’t able to be there, or weren’t able to watch it on the Wisconsin state-wide broadcast, we hope these photos give you some idea of what the evening was like. The Packers’ first preseason game is one week away!

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