WESTFIELD, Ind. — The stage is set for the Indianapolis Colts to get back on the field.
Fans are allowed to attend Colts Camp at Westfield's Grand Park this year - something they've not been able to do in two years.
Players began arriving Tuesday, and 13News sports director Dave Calabro was there. Click on the media player above to see his report.
If you're going, you just need to download a free ticket. There's a $5.00 parking charge.
Face masks are optional, but there will be a dedicated mask-required section for high-risk fans.
Colts City opens at 8 a.m. Wednesday and camp begins a half-hour later with the opening parade featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales.
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