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Lambeau Atrium Work Continues

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Starting next week, those visiting the Lambeau Field Atrium will need to use the Oneida Nation Gate instead of the normal Miller Lite Gate to get inside.  The shift in gates is to allow crews to continue renovations to the outside of the stadium.  

Despite the gate changes, the Packers Pro Shop, Curly's Pub and Stadium Tours will remain open. Signs will be put up in the parking lot to guide visitors to the proper locations.

The Harlan Plaza will also be closed for construction starting next week.  While the renovations are underway, the iconic statues of Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi have been moved temporarily to the west part of the parking lot along Lombardi Avenue.

The closures are expected to be in place until July.

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