DORAL, FL – If you don’t have tickets for the NFL’s Super Bowl in Miami between San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs, to be held on February 2nd, you’ll be happy to know that you can still enjoy this event with the ‘Super Bowl Experience’.
This is a theme park with different attractions for football fans such as yourself. In more than 46,000 square meters spread at the Miami Beach Convention Center, you will be able to know your favorite NFL stars, ask them for autographs, speak with legends such as Joe Montana and Dan Marino, attend youth football clinics or buy merchandise from NFL Shop.
Super Bowl Experience also will feature personalized digital photos, a 40-yard dash and vertical jump against NFL players on LED screens, a virtual reality experience, an enhanced Super Bowl rings display, and photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy that the league’s champions will raise on February 2.
“If you have not been able to get a ticket, we want this to be your Super Bowl, ” said NFL event director Nicki Ewell on Monday at a press conference. “We know not everyone can go to the Hard Rock Stadium on February 2, so this is the opportunity for those people to get photos, participate in the game or see NFL players.”
Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s will be held at the Miami Beach Convention Center from Saturday, January 25 – Sunday, January 26, and Wednesday, January 29 – Saturday, February 1, 2020.
The match that will decide the winner of the National Football League championship for season 2019-2020 will be the 11th Super Bowl in Miami.
“Certain things make Miami different. This is an international city, because of the culture, food, and music. In addition, the artistic community is very robust. This is why we have joined several local artists from Wynwood, and we really want to honor the city for being how it is,” Ewell explained.
‘Super Bowl Experience’ began in 1992 in Minneapolis, where interactive games and matches were organized for fans without the technology ingredient that has been added for this edition.
The event’s hosts explained that on January 27 and 28 the interactive experience will be exclusively for children under 12 years old. It will be closed to the public and will allow children to play, run, learn new skills or watch NFL players.
For more information, visit the Super Bowl Experience website.