ATLANTA - The Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide will square off in Mercedes-Benz Stadium Monday night for the College Football Playoff National Championship, and there will be lots for fans to see and do.
Fans have spent the last several days getting ready for the big game, enjoying the events planned nearby the stadium.
Even if you don't have a ticket, there's still plenty to do!
Here's a list of all the fun activities taking place ahead of the big game.
Saturday, January 6 - Monday, January 8
- Playoff Fan Central at the Georgia World Congress Center: Three-day family-friendly event including games, clinics, pep rallies, band performances, special guest appearances, autograph signings & exhibits celebrating college football & its history. Tickets: $8 in advance, $10 at the door, Kids 12 & under free with ticketed adult. Buy tickets here
- AT&T Playoff Playlist Live! at Centennial Olympic Park: Performances by Jason Derulo & Charlie Puth on Saturday, The Chainsmokers on Sunday, & Darius Rucker will headline the pregame event on Monday.
- Championship Tailgate Plaza: Gathering place for fans who want to experience extreme tailgating with three days of outdoor activities, including zip-lining.
Saturday, January 6
- Media Day at Philips Arena: Free and open to the public. Fans will have the opportunity to watch as both teams and coaching staffs give interviews ahead of the game.
Sunday, January 7
- Extra Yard 5K in downtown Atlanta: Official road race of the College Football Playoff. Event will include live music & all proceeds benefit Extra Yard for Teachers. Click here to register.
- Taste of the Championship at the Georgia Aquarium: Ticket buyers will sample gourmet food and beverages from Atlanta's most notable restaurants and breweries. Proceeds benefit Extra Yard for Teachers. Click here to purchase tickets.
Monday, January 8
- National Championship ESPN Halftime Performance and Watch Party, featuring a live performance by Kendrick Lamar. Fans attending should plan on arriving at Centennial Olympic Park at 7 p.m. Non-ticketed and free to all fans.
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