DETROIT – The Detroit Lions and Southeast Michigan Ford Dealers announced today that wristband holders from the Think Ford First Look practice can redeem wristbands as tickets and will have access to reserved seating for the 2016 ATI Detroit Lions Training Camp Family Day Saturday, August 6. The Think Ford First Look practice on July 29 was moved inside due to weather and closed to fans.
Lower bowl section 127 (50-yard line) will be reserved for fans in attendance who have and show their wristband from last week's Think Ford First Look practice.
Free tickets are still available for Saturday's 2016 ATI Detroit Lions Training Camp Family Day at Detroitlions.com/trainingcamp. Gates open at 9 AM and the mock game will kick off at 10:30 AM.
The mock game will have a full game day feel, including play-by-play from the Lions Radio Team, Dan Miller and Jim Brandstatter, on-field during the practice. They will also give fans tips on what to look for during particular practice drills.
Other Family Day activities:
• Lions Legends
• Detroit Lions Cheerleaders
• Broad jump
• Vertical jump
• Oh snap
• Thunder sticks
• Face stickers
• Schedule magnets
• Pepsi sampling
FOR CUB CLUB MEMEBERS
• Face painting
• Open-air photo booth
• NFL 'Pep Talks'
This is a free, ticketed event. All tickets will be distributed through Flash Seats, the Lions' digital ticketing platform. The event is general admission. Fans can secure up to four free tickets by going to http://www.detroitlions.com/schedule-and-events/training-camp-schedule.html. A form of identification (driver's license or credit card) is required. Credit cards are used for identification purposes only and will not be charged.
Taking video of any portion of practice is prohibited. Video is allowed before and after practice. Violators will be subject to removal from the facility.
Parking will be available in paid lots near Ford Field. Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the stadium's concessions.
This event is the final open practice of 2016 ATI Detroit Lions Training Camp. The team will travel to Pittsburgh for a joint practice with the Steelers, August 9-10, before the preseason opener on August 12, at Heinz Field.