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Registration for 2024 NFL Draft Events is Now Open

The NFL Draft is a little over a month away (37 days to be exact), and as the city of Detroit gets ready for one of the biggest events of the year, we want to let you know how to get tickets to all of the festivities that will be happening around the draft. For starters, you can prepare for the draft using the NFL OnePass app if you are interested in attending. Registration for the draft began Tuesday (March 19), but there is still time to register for free entry. Additionally, the app offers a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about the draft, including transportation and attractions specifically tailored to Detroit. The event requires all adults to register, but you can also register up to five children. Some VIP packages will also be available for fans to purchase for a one-of-a-kind draft experience. NFL Execs Go All In on the 2024 NFL Draft Not only are Detroiters ready for the draft, but the NFL and all of its executives are also gearing up for this super special event. Peter O'Reilly, the executive vice president of league events, club business, and international at the NFL, said during an interview with the media, " The NFL Draft has an unmatched energy, one full of hope and optimism for both prospects, teams, and fans, and we're thrilled to welcome Detroit residents and visitors from around the country and the world to this unique, three-day free event," via WXYZ Detroit. O'Reilly also stated that he is excited to see all of Detroit's "Rich history and culture in football, music, art" and that it will be an opportunity for fans and families all over the country to experience and enjoy Detroit's unique style. The draft is said to take place near Cadillac Square and Campus Martius Park, with the NFL Fan Experience to be located at Hart Plaza. Among the activities at the fan experience are photo ops with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, immersive exhibits, unique merchandise, and autograph sessions with some of the NFL players.

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