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Friday Dots: Fan Fest and scrimmage Saturday at Husky Stadium

Starts at 10:30, football at 1pm

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Fan Fest/Scrimmage tomorrow

The day will feature several family-friendly activities on the East Practice Field, including food trucks, inflatables, live performances from the Husky Band, a chance to participate in the Dawg Walk and much more.

Following the festivities, fans are encouraged to head over to Husky Stadium to watch the team participate in a scrimmage from 1-3 PM. Concessions will be available inside Husky Stadium for the scrimmage, and 2021 Husky Football season ticket holders who RSVP to attend will be sent vouchers for complementary popcorn and soda. The event will take the place of Raise The Woof and Picture Day, two long-time events that will be postponed until 2022 due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.

Schedule of Events:

10:30 AM | Fan Fest Opens

11 AM | Dawg Walk

12:30 PM | Fan Fest Closes

1 PM | Scrimmage Begins


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