Photo of the atrium at Lambeau Field. Home of the Green Bay Packers.

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The Green Bay Packers have partnered with Daktronics to install nine new LED video walls at Lambeau Field. Six of the video walls will be installed throughout Lambeau Field including two in the concourse atriums, and four in the Legends Club. Three other video walls will be added at Rockwood Terrace at Titletown. 

Each video wall at Lambeau Field measures 7 feet in height, 12 feet in width, and 1.9 millimeters in line spacing. The Rockwood Terrace video walls at Titletown measure 4 ½ feet in height, 8 feet in width, and 1.5 millimeters in line spacing. The Rockwood Terrace video walls will be utilized during private events and weddings. Daktronics also oversaw the installation of four double-sided pylon signs outside of Lambeau Field. Those signs feature 8 millimeter LED technology, and measure 9 ½ feet in height, and 18 feet in width. 

The new video walls will go a long way in improving the fan experience at Lambeau Field during Green Bay Packers home games. Daktronics is headquartered in Brookings, South Dakota and specializes in the design and installation of scoreboards, ribbon displays, audio and control systems, and digital billboards.


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