Super Bowl XLIX – What to Know Before You Touchdown in Arizona

Super Bowl XLIX – What to Know Before You Touchdown in Arizona

Super Bowl XLIX is almost here and we are eagerly counting down the minutes until kickoff. Arizona is hosting the Super Bowl for the third time in 19 years. Super Bowl XXX was played at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe on January 28, 1996 where the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17. Will we see something similar during Super Bowl XLIX?

The Super Bowl is the most watched TV show in the U.S. and has more than 160 million viewers in nearly 200 countries. And for Super Bowl XLIX, thousands of visitors are expected to descend upon the Valley of the Sun.

Phoenix is the 6th largest city in the United States. The Greater Phoenix area is home to more recreational open space – nearly 190,000 acres – than any other major metropolis in the United States. Arizona enjoys more than 300 sunny days per year and with 40 National Historic Landmarks there is no shortage of must-see attractions in town. Some must-see attractions in Scottsdale include the organic architecture at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West and the Native American culture at the Heard Museum, or you can go on a culinary adventure in Scottsdale. Scottsdale was named the “No. 2 Foodie City” in the U.S. with over 600 locally owned and operated restaurants.

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4.9k Super Bowl XLIX Host Committee Fun Run

To commemorate the 49th day before Super Bowl XLIX the Host Committee is organizing a 4.9k Fun Run on Saturday, December 13 at RAWHIDE. Registration is available at www.azsuperbowl.com/4-9k-fun-run. Proceeds benefit the Legacy Grant Program, which invests in charitable organizations in Arizona.

The Host Committee is partnering with the NFL and various partners to be environmentally mindful to “green up” Super Bowl XLIX and Host Committee events. Initiatives include: distributing food to local food banks, recycling sports equipment, supporting urban forestry projects and the use of renewable energy. So Go GREEN whenever possible during your travels and enjoy Super Bowl XLIX!

Additional Events in Arizona

Over the course of only 33 days, several major sporting events will be held in Arizona leading up to Super Bowl XLIX. Fans can enjoy more than a week of football festivities from the Pro Bowl, on Sunday, January 25, through the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 1, 2015 .

Looking for the Super Bowl Experience without Super Bowl Tickets?

New for 2015 is Super Bowl Central, a 12-block pedestrian-friendly fan campus in downtown Phoenix, which will serve as the hub of Super Bowl activity for fans, sponsors, media and the NFL. It’s estimated to attract one million attendees. Super Bowl Central will feature football-themed interactive and experiential activities, a nightly fireworks show, an autograph stage, concert stage, local food trucks, beer and wine gardens, television network broadcast stages and giant Super Bowl Roman numerals on display. Check out a quick run down below.

Unleash Your Inner Football at the NFL Experience Engineered by GMC NFL Fan Experience Super Bowl XLIX Arizona

  • GET FREE AUTOGRAPHS FROM NFL PLAYERS on the autograph stage!
  • KICK A FIELD GOAL, RUN THE 40, THROW LIKE A PRO at over 10 games!
  • SEE NFL Players up close at RADIO ROW AT THE BRIDGESTONE FAN GALLERY!
  • Shop the Largest Collection of Super Bowl Merchandise at NFL Shop!

NFL Experience Engineered by GMC at the Phoenix Convention Center
Saturday, January 24 thru Sunday, February 1, 2015

Super Bowl XLVII NFLX Fan Experience Super Bowl Arizona

 

It is recommended to buy tickets early by logging on to Ticketmaster.com and be sure to visit superbowl.com for more information. Tickets are available now!

 

Fact Source: https://www.azsuperbowl.com