This page contains information on gameday entertainment for home games at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, Junior Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, Stampede Drum Line, Mile High Tumblers and Thunderstorm Skydive Team.
MILE HIGH MOUNTAIN VILLAGE:
New for the 2012/2013 ski season, the Mile High Mountain Village presented by Bud Light is free and open to all fans with a game ticket. The main entrance is located at gate 4 and the area features flat-screen TVs, food and Bud Light specials, appearances by Cheerleaders, Alumni, Miles the Mascot, a DJ, facepainters, caricatures and much more. Plus, the first 200 people through the gate will receive a one-day pass to Winter Park or Steamboat for the 2012 ski season. The Mile High Mountain Village will be open to all fans with a game ticket for the remainder of the season opening at 10:30 for all day games and 2:30 for all night games.
NATIONAL ANTHEM – Jack Ingram
Singing today’s National Anthem, the Denver Broncos welcome Country Music star, Jack Ingram. Jack won the 2008 Academy of Country Music Award for “Best New Male Vocalist” and currently resides in Austin, Texas.
*Please note, to sing the National Anthem is by invitation only. We do not accept submissions, nor do we hold auditions. Thank you for your interest.
The Denver Broncos are proud to have our branches of the U.S. Armed Forces represented at each game along with our first responders. Please welcome the color guards from our local bases and precincts representing the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Denver Police and Denver Fire. The Broncos salute you all for your service!
*Please note, the Color Guard for the 2012 season has been filled. Thank you for your interest.
The F-16 Fighting Falcons from Buckley Air Force Base.
BRONCOS COUNTRY HEROES
Today, the Denver Broncos will honor Colorado Paralympians that competed in the 2012 London
Games as our Broncos Country Heroes.
Monica Bascio – Cycling
Bryce Boarman – Soccer
Brickelle Bro – Swimming
Jennifer Chew – Wheelchair Basketball
Dartanyon Crockett – Judo
Anna Johannes – Swimming
Myles Porter – Judo
Michael Prout – Swimming
Adam Scaturro – Wheelchair Rugby
Christina Schwab – Wheelchair Basketball
Gavin Sibayan – Soccer
Elizabeth Stone – Swimming
Matt Updike – Cycling
HALFTIME: UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS SILENT DRILL PLATOON
Bayoneted rifles flying from Marine to Marine, the lineup of crisp dress blue uniforms, the rhythmic slap of rifles caught by leather-gloved hands: The Silent Drill Platoon exemplifies Marine Corps discipline and skill. Members of the Silent Drill Platoon are handpicked to represent the Marine Corps. Through intense practice they learn the precise rifle drill performed for audiences across America. The platoon is based at the historic Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., “8th & I.” The Barracks is the oldest active post in the Marine Corps, which is located on the corners of 8th & I streets in southeast Washington, D.C. The Barracks supports both ceremonial and security missions, and is also the home of the Commandant of the Marine Corps.