PHOENIX — Monday Night Football has made its way to Arizona, and Cardinals fans better be ready.
Large crowds are expected as the Arizona Cardinals face off against the Baltimore Ravens in Glendale on Monday. The team is currently first in the NFC Western Division and is hoping to rally after a 25-13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday.
But the game isn’t the only thing fans will be showing up for; Making an appearance at the game is legendary rock band Journey to perform the National Anthem prior to kickoff.
Glendale Police said they are hoping for a fun, incident-free event.
“Any kind of conduct that is inappropriate or disorderly, we are going to address,” Glendale Police Officer Tracey Breeden said
For those planning on tailgating, Breeden said make sure to arrive at the stadium early because of the extra crowds. She reminds everyone attending to have fun, but be responsible.
“We go to great lengths to make preparations as far as security goes to keep everyone safe,” she said. “Don’t drink and drive and just have a good time while you are out there, but be responsible and be smart about it.”
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