NHL All-Star Fan Fair to include 'cascading fountain' of Velveeta cheese

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<span>JANUARY 08: In this photo illustration, Velveeta cheese is shown on January 8, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. Kraft Foods, the maker of Velveeta, says there is a shortage of the cheese product in some areas. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)</span>

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JANUARY 08: In this photo illustration, Velveeta cheese is shown on January 8, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. Kraft Foods, the maker of Velveeta, says there is a shortage of the cheese product in some areas. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The NHL All-Star Game Fan Fair will have many parts revelers can enjoy during All-Star weekend in Nashville from Jan. 28-31. This includes the perfect attraction for hockey fans who are also cheese lovers. 

The most notable exhibit is the following, which involves lots of cheese:

Take a photo of the first-ever melty, cascading fountain of creamy VELVEETA cheese. Then take the Shoot for Liquid Gold hockey skills challenge for a chance to win $100,000 and All-Star tickets.

The league released the events for the Fan Festival, which starts the Thursday before the game at the Music City Center. This is across the street from Bridgestone Arena – the location of the game and skills competition.

Some other parts of the festival are league related such as previewing the NHL’s newest digital products, NHL.TV and the league’s mobile app set for a Feb. 1 launch.

There will also be autograph sessions for players, question and answer sessions with current and former players, and a photo area with the Stanley Cup. The NHL will have a mascot showdown with all 26 league mascots. 

You can also get your picture with Mr. Peanut as well as the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.

According to the NHL, the 250,000 square feet for the Fan Festival will be the largest amount of space used in the event’s history. 

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