Saturday, January 7, 2012

The Affordable Super Bowl

      Family and friends will gather as always to watch Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday, February 5th.  But with the games at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis, those close by have the opportunity to experience more…for free or at affordable prices!

Artist's Rendering of the Super Bowl Village
      Beginning Friday, January 27 and running up through game day, Indianapolis will become the Super City.  The centerpiece is the FREE Super Bowl Village, a three-block plaza with live concerts, light shows, and fireworks.  The concerts will be on two stages and sport big names like Patti LaBelle, Darius Rucker, O.A.R., and Brett Michaels to name but a few.  Food and beverages will be available for purchase.  The village will also have zip line rides above Capitol Avenue for $10 that spans 800 feet long and 96 feet high.  The iconic 30-foot roman numerals will be displayed at
Monument Circle, along with Food Network stars displaying their ice sculpting talents, tailgate competitions, and more.  ESPN will be there with 110 hours of television 
broadcasting from Pan Am Plaza the week before the game.  Check the website below for information on the convenient Park and Ride.

Kids' Football Clinics at the NFL Experience
      The NFL Experience, presented by GMC, is taking over the Indiana Convention Center.  It’s an indoor interactive football theme park with kids' football clinics, autograph sessions, participatory games, and the largest ever memorabilia display.  Tickets for adults are $25, and tickets for kids are $20 (children 12 and under free).

Lucas Oil Stadium
      Lucas Oil Stadium is offering behind-the-scenes tours to give fans the ultimate pre- and post-game experience.  The tours will visit both team locker rooms, the media workroom, witness Super Bowl preparations, and a walk on the field.  Tickets prices range from $15 to $30 and run from January 23 to February 7.  There’s the first ever Super Bowl Media Day on January 31 where fans can watch media from around the world conduct interviews with the players and prepare for game day.

Sounds like an opportunity that should not be missed.  I’m still rooting for the Cincinnati Bengals!  Can you tell?

1 comment:

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