Get pumped up for the game at the Panthers Lair, which opens two hours prior to kickoff and is located on the corner of Mint Street and Morehead Street. Enjoy performances by PurrCussion, appearances by Sir Purr and autographs from the TopCats. The free, pregame festivities area is open to the public and features interactive games, sponsor giveaways, food trucks and a DJ. Play the CPI Red Zone Read football toss and visit the 107.9 The Link Panther Pride poster station. The Panthers Lair is fun for the whole family, so make it a tradition before every game!
Visit Panthers in the Park, a pregame interactive area that offers fun for the entire family. Play at the Fuel Up to Play 60 Kids Combine, a series of football skills and drills for children and their families that promote youth fitness. Meet TopCats cheerleaders, see mascot Sir Purr and hear the PurrCussion drumline. Panthers in the Park is located at Romare Bearden Park in Third Ward between Church Street and Mint Street and opens two-and-a-half hours prior to game time and closes 30 minutes before kickoff.
Send someone a personalized message board greeting during a Carolina Panthers home game in front of more than 73,000 of your closest friends. Tell us what you want to say, and your message will be immortalized on Bank of America Stadium's 360-degree message board during the Panthers game of your choice. Create a scoreboard greeting.
Sir Purr's Play Den is an in-stadium attraction for children at all Panthers home games. Located on the 100 level by section 138, the area features a miniature artificial turf field where kids can play like the pros by practicing their kicking and passing skills. Boys and girls can also suit up like a player, announce play-by-play at the "You Make the Call Studio" and compare their weight to Panthers players along with many other fun activities. Sir Purr's Play Den also is available for birthday parties throughout the year.
The Carolina Panthers will not be accepting national anthem performance submissions for the 2015-16 season.
The Carolina Panthers welcome members of all faiths to deliver the invocation at home games. Prayers must be ecumenical in nature and no longer than one minute. Submissions are accepted from January 1 through June 30 for the upcoming season, and those who are chosen are notified in July/August. All requests must be made in writing on the organization's letterhead and sent to: Entertainment Department, Carolina Panthers, 800 South Mint Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To present colors at a Carolina Panthers home game, submit your request on the organization's letterhead to: Entertainment Department, Carolina Panthers, 800 South Mint Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202 or email it to email@example.com. Submissions are accepted from January 1 through June 30 for the upcoming season, and those who are chosen are notified in July/August. In addition to presenting rifles, unit flag and American flag, you will also be required to present North and South Carolina state flags. Both of these flags can be loaned to you if necessary.
While the Carolina Panthers feature many annual events, we also host groups that offer unique entertainment. To be considered, please send a DVD of a performance with your name, information about your group, address and telephone number to: Entertainment Department, Carolina Panthers, 800 South Mint Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Carolina Panthers have pregame and halftime events that feature volunteers from North and South Carolina who assist on-field as part of the production. To be considered, please submit your request on the organization's letterhead and include information about the organization and the total number of people that would like to participate. Address your letter to: Entertainment Department, Carolina Panthers, 800 South Mint Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202.