Here’s a rundown of gameday activities for Saturday’s Kids Day game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Kickoff: 4:30 p.m.
Gates open: 3:00 p.m.
Tailgate Parties: Kids Day Tailgate in Lot 4 features live entertainment, kids games and discounted concessions.
The first 30,000 children (14 and under) will receive a pair of Bills sunglasses courtesy of Independent Health
Player warm-ups: 3:35 p.m.
Thank you fans ceremony
Color guard: Dunkirk High School JROTC
National anthem: Baylee Morrison
USA Football / Heads Up Football scrimmage
August represents USA Football Month for the NFL and USA Football, with a special emphasis on the Heads Up Football initiative. Heads Up Football (HUF) is a comprehensive youth football membership program developed by USA Football and supported by the NFL to further strengthen youth player safety.
Tailgating Reminder: No open fires are permitted in the Bills parking lots or on stadium grounds. Fires in contained grills are permitted. Please do not empty hot coals on the parking lot pavement. Thank you!
Security Process: Remember to arrive at the gates early to avoid missing any of the pregame activities. Be sure to empty pockets in preparation for the metal detection screening process at gate entry.
Make Mom Proud: Follow the Bills fan code of conduct available here.
Designated Driver: If you’re over 21, stop by any Guest Service Booth and pledge not to drink and make sure everyone in your group gets home safely. Designated drives will receive a coupon good for one non-alcoholic beverage and will be entered into a raffle to win the Designated Driver of the Game prize and sweepstakes with a chance to win Pro Bowl or Super Bowl tickets. Sign up here.
Visa Deal of the Game: Spend $50 and get the Logo Bandz for FREE!
BAG POLICY REMINDER:
- Clear Bags smaller than 12” x 6” x 12” are permitted.
- One gallon clear plastic freezer bags are permitted.
- Small clutch bag approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap is
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