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Carolina Panthers Training Camp Starts Friday In Spartanburg

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The Carolina Panthers will celebrate their new season with a kick-off party and their first training camp session.

Training camp begins on Friday at 6:15 p.m. Friday at Gibbs Stadium on the Wofford College campus. 

The free “Back to Football” Kickoff Party will also be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on the Gibbs Stadium Plaza.

Panthers fans can celebrate the start of training camp while enjoying live entertainment from regional party band favorite Grand Strand, performances by the TopCats, PurrCussion drum line, Mayors Ball Run delivery and some of Spartanburg’s most popular food vendors. Following practice (6:15-8:20 p.m.), the party continues until 9 p.m.

Carolina Panthers spokesman Riley Fields said, "That opportunity to interact with fans after practice. It's exciting for the fans, but it means a great deal to our players as well, just to feel that connection back to the people that are pulling for them on game day. I would say it means as much to players, really, as it does to the fans".

For a full practice schedule, click here.

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