Where to go on game day
#1. Panthers Lair: This is located at the corner of Mint Street and Morehead Street. It opens two hours before the opening kickoff. Fans can enjoy seeing performances by PurrCussion, autographs by the TopCats and an appearance by Sir Purr, interactive games, sponsor giveaways, food trucks and a live DJ playing music. This is free and open to the public.
#2. Panthers in the Park: This is located at Romare Bearden Park which is between Church Street and Mint Street. It opens two and a half hours before game time and closes 30 minutes before opening kickoff. Here you can enjoy the “Fuel Up to Play 60 combine” which is a series of football drills and skills for kids and their families to do in order to promote youth fitness. You will also meet and greet the TopCats cheerleaders, Sir Purr mascot and PurrCussion drumline.
#3. Sir Purr Play 60 Den: Sir Purr’s Play 60 Den is an in-stadium attraction for children at all Panthers home games. Located on the 100 level by section 138, the area features a miniature artificial turf field where kids can play like the pros by practicing their kicking and passing skills. Boys and girls can also suit up like a player, announce play-by-play at the “You Make the Call Studio” and compare their weight to Panthers players along with many other fun activities. Sir Purr’s Play 60 Den also is available for birthday parties throughout the year.
#4. If you are a member of the Roaring Riot then you can enjoy their huge tailgating party every home game. Here is the link: https://roaringriot.com/pages/tailgate-with-a-purpose
Local venue news around the stadium:
~ The Coca-Cola DogHouse
~ Sports One Charlotte
~ The Courtyard Hooligans
~ All American Pub
~ Dilworth Neighborhood Grille
~ Carolina Ale House
~ Buffalo Wild Wings
~ Jocks and Jills
~ Sidelines Sports Bar & Billiards
~ Old Pineville Premium Pub
~ Hickory Tavern