Attending an NFL draft can be very fun and exciting. The draft is held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Dates and times vary by year, as do official guidelines that spell out how to attend an NFL draft. The draft is typically three days long.
If you would like to attend the NFL draft, you can purchase a package of tickets that contains tickets to all three days of the draft. Individual draft day tickets are not sold. If you would like to attend the NFL draft without purchasing tickets to all three days, you will need to line up outside Radio City Music Hall. Tickets are given out on a first come, first serve basis. It is advised that you line up outside the Radio City Music Hall at least six to twelve hours before the official start time of the draft. In order to gain admittance to the NFL draft, you will need to obtain a wristband while you are outside waiting. Again, wristbands are given out on a first come, first serve basis and you will need to have a wristband in order to receive a ticket.
Tickets are randomly distributed, which means that your seat will be randomly determined. The ticket that you receive will only be good for that particular day. If you would like to attend the second or third day of the NFL draft, you will need to repeat the process that is described above, unless you have purchased a three day ticket package.
Please keep in mind that none of the following are permitted inside Radio City Music Hall: high-end cameras, video cameras, recording devices and outside food and beverages.
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