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Bengals Family Nights at PBS

Posted Jul 30, 2013

The Bengals will offer fans a full practice in Paul Brown Stadium, plus a wide range of kid-friendly activities, on Family Nights scheduled Thurs., Aug. 1 and Sun., Aug. 11.

The Bengals will offer fans a full practice in Paul Brown Stadium, plus a wide range of kid-friendly activities, on Family Nights scheduled Thurs., Aug. 1 and Sun., Aug. 11.

Admission will be free, and free parking will be available in Lots D, E and F, all with entrances off Mehring Way near the stadium. PBS gates on both dates will open at 5 p.m., with practice to run from 6 p.m. until approximately 8 p.m.

Practice will be capped by an extended player autograph session, accessible to all fans, and family activities available around the stadium will include:

  • Inflatables
  • Face painting
  • Balloon artists
  • Photos with Who Dey
  • Circus performers
  • Ben-Gals cheer zone
  • Play 60 activity zone
  • Craft zone


Also, the first 1000 children to visit the Kids Club Booth will receive a Bengals Lunch Box, a poster, plus a chance to win a Bengals Kids Club membership.

Fans at the event can tweet photos (from the event) to @Bengals with #FamNite for a chance to win one of 10 Pro Shop Prize Packs!

SELECT-A-SEAT ALSO ON TAP
On both PBS Family Nights, the Bengals will host the annual Select-A-Seat event, during which available Season Ticket seating locations will be marked. Fans will be able to personally view and visit these seats throughout the evening, and Bengals ticket office representatives will be available to assist. The PBS North Ticket Office will be open during the events, and also available at that location will be two and four-game ticket packs, as well as single-game tickets.

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