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Packers Super Bowl Not-Parade and Celebration

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The Packers are traveling back to Green Bay on Monday morning. The road closures on their route from the airport to Lambeau Field will begin around 1:15 pm, and the stadium will open to the public at 2pm on Tuesday. A great opportunity if you are in the Green Bay area. From SB Nation:

"The champions opted not to do a traditional Super Bowl parade and instead will host a celebration, set to take place at Lambeau Field, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. local time Tuesday evening. The team is selling tickets for the event, which are $5 each -- they go on sale at 10 a.m. EST Monday morning, through Ticketmaster outlets , either in person, over the phone at (800) 745-3000 or online. (Parking is free.) "

While I'm sure there will be people lined up along their route, it's not a parade. Having a giant open celebration sounds like a great idea. And the kids will be able to attend because their school day was shortened so they could get there with plenty of time to spare. The only negative is that the weather isn't great with the temperature below freezing and a chance of snow. Luckily there should be so many people there that they can celebrate together for warmth.