BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens will host a Draft Night and Fan Outlet Sale for the team at M&T Bank Stadium to celebrate Day One of the NFL Draft.
The football team plans to hold the party on April 28, which is the opening night of the draft.
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It’s the first time the football team has hosted an NFL Draft Party since the pandemic began. The last time they threw one was in 2019.
The Draft Party will take place at Caesars Sportsbook Club at 6:30 p.m. It will include a watch party so football fans can see first-round coverage of the 2022 Draft and experience a piece of Las Vegas, which is the host city, the team says.
There will be raffles and a free play area where fans can win Ravens-related prizes, according to team staff.
Ravens team members, including cornerbacks Chris McAlister and Duane Starks, will be on hand to meet and greet fans.
The Ravens Cheerleaders and team mascot, Poe, will join in the festivities for an evening of giveaways, photos and autographs.
All fans in attendance will receive a set of Ravens draft-themed playing cards, team staff said.
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“We are thrilled to once again host an in-person NFL Draft event,” Ravens senior vice president of marketing Brad Downs said. “The draft is one of the most exciting parts of the year, and being able to share this moment with our fans creates a special energy that carries over into the season ahead.”
Tickets for the event are $45. They cover a buffet of food and soft drinks, a photo shoot with a member of the Ravens team and credit that can be used for raffle prizes or games, depending on the team.
Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase and free parking will be available in Lots B and C on April 28.
The Baltimore football team will also bring back its popular outlet sale on April 30 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
During that time, people will be able to buy Ravens products at 30-60% off the regular price, according to the team.
Jerseys, helmets and other clothing worn by players will be available for purchase. All purchases must be made by credit card, the team said.
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People attending the Factory Sale should park in Lot D.