09.15.2017
Delaware North Sportservice food and beverage operations at Lambeau Field now include an exciting new experiential space just outside the stadium walls.
 
Last weekend, swarms of Green Bay Packers fans returned to the iconic Lambeau Field for the start of the 2017 NFL season — and many were able to experience the new Johnsonville Tailgate Village.

A centrally located spot for Packers fans to gather and share in game-day traditions, the Johnsonville Tailgate Village can host more than 2,000 fans in a high-energy atmosphere, with music and entertainment, large screen televisions, food and beverages and other activities for tailgaters. The space is an extension of Lambeau Field and reflects the stadium’s unique look and feel.

“We’re looking forward to the Johnsonville Tailgate Village offering fans, visitors and community members another unique event space to enjoy at Lambeau Field year-round,” said Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy.

The Johnsonville Tailgate Village will be open four hours prior to each game and will enhance the amenities offered to tailgaters over the years, including game-day music, autograph signings, food and beverages, training camp activities and other fan opportunities. The space will be open to fans throughout each game as well, offering a chance for 
fans without tickets to enjoy the atmosphere.

The structure also adds another flexible space available for groups to rent and use for private events on non-game days. The versatile, 13,242-square-foot event area offers guests a variety of amenities, including a full kitchen for event catering, indoor restrooms, heating, radiant floors and air conditioning to create a comfortable temperature in any season. For events, the dining and event space can comfortably seat more than 500 guests for a variety of functions.

In the warmer months, the flexible, festive space opens up to a 4,300-square-foot party deck, as well as the outdoor fan walkway and Lambeau Field parking lot, with large overhead doors, allowing fans to gather and enjoy activities in both areas seamlessly. With floor-to-ceiling glass walls facing Lambeau Field, fans inside and out can feel like part of the action.
<< Back