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Video: See Newly Opened Lambeau Field Renovations

Lambeau Field is almost ready for football.

On Thursday, after a ribbon cutting ceremony, the Packers hosted a series of open house tours to show of the new renovations that took place in the South End Zone.


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Evan's picture

Love it. Looks great.

(I thought they discontinued the military flyovers?)

Mr.bigg's picture

I have been watching the construction on the construction cam and it has turned out very very nice. Industrial chick. Nice. Can't wait to hear the blast of sound from the end zone. Looks like this area could also be used for a concert without ever having to touch the field. 10,000 people and the band just in front of the end zone. No one ruins the field and there is more revenue for GBP.

Michael from Winnipeg's picture

Looks steep.

At 1:10, it looks like a slightly obstructed view of the NW part of the field.

Evan's picture

Also, it seems awfully shortsighted to leave room for only 3 more Super Bowl years.

kathy's picture

Amazing addition...but what's even more amazing? The crowds of people to "meet their seats" Only in Packer Nation BEST FANS IN THE WORLD!

Fish/Crane's picture

but can it take a good "Jump Around"?

Fish/Crane's picture

I met my seat, and it said, "Lose weight fella, what the hell did I ever do to you?"

crane's picture

My wife met her seat and it said, "Catch your limit?"

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