Scroll through the gallery above for photos from Packers Family Night.
It's a yearly tradition, one that may boggle the mind of anyone who doesn't understand the culture of the Green Bay Packers.
66,000 people showed up and spent an entire day and night in Lambeau Field and the surrounding area with the marquis event being...practice.
(Yes, channel your inner Allen Iverson. "Practice.")
But here, it's a chance for the first opportunity to celebrate all things Packers inside the most hallowed ground in professional football, if not all of American sport.
66,000 fans - many of whom could never get a ticket to a game - enjoyed in everything that makes a Packers game special...without the game. Or the cost of a game ticket.
Of course, there are all the on-field aspects for fans to study. How is the banged-up receiving corps coming together? Can guys not named Jordy Nelson do the job better for Aaron Rodgers than they did last year?
How are draft picks like Kenny Clark doing? Will he be able to be the anchor of a defense that improves to a Super Bowl-caliber?
Time will, of course, tell. The first inklings under the Lambeau Field lights came Sunday.
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