If you don’t feel like paying for parking at Ford Field, try a different route.
When you head downtown to tailgate before a Lions game, it only takes a bit of common sense to ensure everyone comes home safe with stories about their fantastic time.
There are a lot of traditions in the Motor City, like Motown and automobiles, but two of the longest running and most enjoyable will take place on Thanksgiving day when the Lions play and the Thanksgiving Parade heads down Woodward Avenue. This is the perfect time to tailgate and enjoy the parade.
When it comes to tailgating before a Lions game in downtown Detroit, there are a few options for those who will be celebrating a bit before the contest.
Enjoy a Lions game in style this year. Check out some of Detroit’s baddest tailgating mobiles to ensure your NFL experience is a hit.
Cool trucks or unique travel vans ain’t got nothing on these. Check out some of the most badass tailgating vehicles on four wheels.
Get a group together and head down to the ultimate Detroit Lions tailgating experience in the club section of Ford Field where you will be fed, entertained and be able to watch the game from some of the best seats in the stadium.
When Moses came down from the mountain with the 10 Commandments, little did he know that in the eons to come, compiling a list of dos and don’ts would become common place. Here are the 10 Commandments of tailgating in Detroit.
With last Sunday being a bye week for the Lions and the team playing away this week, tailgating has been put on hold. But this does not mean you can’t head to some of the best sports bars and restaurants around this Sunday to watch the game.
Before heading down to Ford Field for the face-off between the Lions and the Minnesota Vikings, you wonder, just how early should you get there and what can you do before the game?