Excitement continues to build for the 18th Annual Enshrinement Festival at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown South Bend this weekend.
Up to 10,000 visitors are expected to help celebrate college football's finest. A street "name changing ceremony" was held to kick things off Monday morning as they unveiled Hall of Fame Boulevard.
This may be the last festival in South Bend for the Hall of Fame, and organizers are trying to go out in style. A family-fun atmosphere is planned with a lot of activities to enjoy.
“There will be all kinds of interactive games for kids to play,” said Mikki Dobski, the Hall of Fames executive director. “There will also be the National Guard doing an obstacle course that adults can participate in. And, of course, there will be the cornhole tournament going on.”
The special shirt designed for the festival each year was also unveiled Monday. The enshrinement is this Friday and Saturday and tickets are still available. Click here to learn more.