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Bengals' Bud Light Tailgate Zone kicks off Monday

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Football season is back, which means it is time to tailgate with The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber for their second year hosting the Bud Light Tailgate Zone.

Presented by WEBN, the free tailgate kicks off on Monday at 4:00 p.m. before the Bengals face off against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The will be located on Freedom Way at The Banks prior to every home game. Entertainment will include Cincinnati-native band Foxy Shazam as well as the Death Valley Wreckers. Lots of Bud Light, food, beer pong, face painting, bands, freebees and more will also be available to help fans get revved up before home games.

Additionally, The Bud Light Tailgate Zone will be partnering with the Necco Autism Project and Bengals Legend Ken Anderson for Kick Off 2013 at The Banks. Necco will be raising funds for the Ken Anderson Community for adults living with autism by hosting a special VIP area as part of the Tailgate Zone.

Nick Lachey and more than a dozen former Bengals are all scheduled to be in attendance. You can land VIP tickets at www.necco.org.

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