ehbacon that’s awesome! I put both of my kids on the list when they were born. My daughter is 84,375 and my son is 94,325. So maybe when I’m 90 they can take their old man to a game! There are always tickets avail for the right price of course but I'm lucky if I go to one game a year.
I'd go. It would give me a reason to go visit our friends in GB.
A famous guy once said... “I believe in miracles...”
It's funny that you posted this. I met #4 last week at Lambeau at 1919 he was sitting at the table right next to us for lunch. I was decked out in all my Packer gear and I stood up to leave, he called me over and shook my hand and said "Thank you for being a fan, It's fans like you that make this place great!" Pretty cool dude! Well not holding my breathe but if PJ does decide to play Lambeau you guys have a place to stay pending wife approval...watch now I say this and they decide to play it and I have a house full of PJ Fans! Nothing wrong with that...
Sorry about the exclamation points just got excited. Green Bay has a lot to offer I saw them in MKE that was a great show. Cool venue too. Saw them at Alpine. Awesome venue. But there is nothing around there really. There is a couple of great hotels. Heck I work in one. The Packers don’t want the opposing team to stay in Green Bay. It’s a psychological factor. They have to get on a bus drive in get inconvenienced it’s got to be a pain. I just know that Pearl Jam fans are the great fans in the world and I would like to see that kind of atmosphere here.
PJ could hop across the Mississippi and play a nice blue state and modern venue like Target Field in Minneapolis. Just saying.In all actuality though, I doubt the Midwest will get any love, outside of Chicago, for the rest of the band's career.Also, I am a packer fan, mom was born in GB and had grandparents there until a few years ago. GB is a nice blue collar town. I think lambeau and PJ are two great things, but maybe they don't mix well.