The New England Patriots will host a Super Bowl send-off rally on the Gillette Stadium field on Sunday, Jan. 27, at 10 a.m. The rally, which is free and open to the public, will feature live music and entertainment, a cheerleader dance performance and giveaways for fans. Patriots Radio Network and 98.5 The Sports Hub play-by-play broadcaster Bob Socci and color analyst Scott Zolak will address the crowd with analysis of the Super Bowl LIII matchup. The event will also feature comments by Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and Patriots team captains. Buses are expected to depart Gillette Stadium at noon for T.F. Green Airport in Providence for the team’s flight to Atlanta.
*Security protocols will be in place for fans attending the rally. Fans will enter the field from the Patriot Place Gate by going through magnetometers. The Clear Bag Policy will not be enforced but bag checks will be conducted.
8:00 AM – Patriot Place Gate Opens (No Clear Bag Policy)
8:30 AM – Entertainment Begins
9:00 AM – Foxborough High School Band performs
10:00 AM – Blue Man Group performs
10:30 AM – Speaking program begins
11:45 AM – Program ends
12:01 PM – Team Buses roll down East Road (for fans to view)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Where will the rally take place?
A: The rally will take place inside the stadium. Fans will be able to stand on the field.
Q: Is parking free?
Q: Will concessions be available?
Q: Where do I go if I brought a Pepsi Zero can?
A: Beginning at 7:00 AM the first 100 people with Pepsi Zero cans can visit the large inflatable Pepsi bottle in the NRG Plaza and will be given a blue wristband to access Section Zero located in front of the stage.
Q: Where are the restrooms?
A: Fans can use stairs on the east side of the field to access restrooms on the main concourse level.
Q: Where do I go if I need ADA seating?
A: The ADA area in front of the stage can be accessed using the east side track.
Q: What time does The Pro Shop open?
A: 7:00 AM
Q: What time does The Patriots Hall of Fame open?
A: 9:00 AM
Q: Which players will be speaking?
A: The Patriots captains are scheduled to appear.
Q: Will the rally be streamed?
A: Yes, via Patriots.com
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27/01/2019 10:00:00 27/01/2019 12:00:0015Patriots Super Bowl LIII Send-Off Rally <b>NOTE: 8am gates open. Program starts at 10am.</b>
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