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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Fans and visitors in town for Saturday’s Divisional Playoff game at Lambeau Field can take part in multiple fun activities over the weekend.

Recently it was announced the The Green Bay Packers would face the San Francisco 49ers Saturday evening. Now, several events are popping up to keep fans of all ages busy.

Here’s what you can expect:

From Thursday 20 January, a special “Playoff Jubilee” football-themed display of light and graphics will be
be thrown from Titletown onto the outside wall on the west side of Lambeau Field for visitors who
watch from the plaza.

Friday January 21, fans can also gear up for the game with the NFL Divisional logo displayed on the rink and on the vine wall at Titletown. They will also be hosting a special Green + Gold skate party.

Packers Everywhere dynamic rally will also be Fridays at 6 p.m. by the Johnsonville Tailgate Village.

Match day, January 22, skating and tubing starts at noon in Titletown. Starting at 3:15 p.m., fans can enjoy Titletown Gameday Live and Boogie + the Yo Yoz will perform on the Plaza Stage.

Titletown will also have a variety of ice sculptures, including a custom ice bar and interactive shuffleboard, as well as the giant replica Super Bowl ring for photo ops.

There will also be a live ice carving demonstration near the Plaza for fans to enjoy.

Keep Titletown rules and regulations in mind so you can stay and enjoy your day of fun.

Enjoy the new Packers Hall of Fame exhibit and special tours

The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame has a new exhibit for visitors to explore, as well as special tours for anyone in town for the game.

Inspired by Packers uniforms from 1950 to 1953, the exhibit shows the history of the uniforms with several artifacts on display, including an original jersey of Packers Hall of Fame inductee Ted Fritsch.

January 21, Alumni Tours will be offered at various times with former Packers players Morgan Burnett, Sam Shields, LeRoy Butler and Antonio Freeman.

January 21 and 23, Heritage Trail Trolley Tours will be offered at various times. Fans can take a 90-minute tour that takes them back over 100 years to tell the Packers story through special landmarks and legendary stories.

For more information on how to purchase tickets, click here.

Food, food and more food

If you get a little hungry, you can stop at local restaurants for imaginative twists on fan-favorite foods.

Johnsonville Tailgate Village, 1919 Kitchen & Tap and The Turn Restaurant Lounge Powered by Topgolf Swing Suite will see new dishes added to their menus.

There will also be new additions to general concessions at Lambeau Field, including a specialty hot chocolate station at Section 117.

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