Englewood, Co. - The Denver Broncos will hold their second annual Orange & Blue Family Fest on Saturday, August 17, at INVESCO Field at Mile High. Gates open at 10 a.m. for the event, which will once again feature a full Broncos team practice, performances by the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, carnival games and other activities and entertainment.
"After the success of last year's inaugural event, we felt that making this an annual tradition would be a great way to give something back to our fans," said Broncos Vice President of Marketing Greg Carney. "We know we have a lot of fans who can't get a ticket to see a game, so hopefully some of those folks can make it out to the stadium for this event."
The Broncos have donated over 8,000 tickets for the event to community groups and charitable organizations throughout the Denver metro area. John Elway AutoNation and Diamond Shamrock, presenting sponsors for the event, are each making an additional 4,000 tickets available for fans free of charge. Tickets can be obtained while supplies last at any John Elway AutoNation dealership and at Broncos Radio 850 KOA remotes the week of August 5 at select Diamond Shamrock locations.
New additions to this year's event include a pair of youth football exhibition games featuring 100 participants from the Police Activities League, a charity dunk tank with Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and other special guests, appearances by Miles and Thunder, and a number of on-field contests for kids.
Broncos announce Orange & Blue Family Fest
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