Tampa’s Super Bowl experience will span 2.7 miles along the Riverwalk

Rendering of a giant outdoor football theme park

The Super Bowl is still scheduled to take place in Tampa in 2021. All things are of course subject to change due to the global situation; however, as of right now the Super Bowl is on — and the city of Tampa is forging ahead with events centered around the sports spectacle/

We’re just under 200 days from the major football event. Th 2021 game will make the fifth time the Super Bowl has taken place in the city of Tampa. One of the signature events surrounding Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay is the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s.

Giant celebration on the Tampa Riverwalk

It will be free and open to the public beginning Friday, January 29 and will span 2.7 miles, including the Tampa Riverwalk.

The event will take place within waterfront parks along the Riverwalk and feature concerts, food and beverage, sponsor activations, NFL Shop presented by Visa and more. Super Bowl LV will be the first time that Super Bowl Experience will be free for all attendees and produced jointly by the NFL and Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee.

Get ready for a football theme park

Julian B. Lane Park will house the NFL’s free football theme park celebrating Super Bowl LV. Fans will have the opportunity to collect Player and Legend autographs, take photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and immerse themselves in a variety of exhibits and interactive games.

Fans will also be able to enjoy the youth-focused Play 60 Zone and other family-friendly activities throughout Super Bowl Experience.

“We look forward to working with the Tampa Bay Host Committee on creating memorable moments that will celebrate Super Bowl LV and bring the community of Tampa together in a safe and meaningful way,” said Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President of Club Business and League Events.

Adhering to current CDC guidelines

“We are working hard to ensure all activities during Super Bowl LV week will adhere to the latest public safety guidelines set by medical and public health officials, as safety is our number one priority.”

Other parks along the Riverwalk will feature a variety of experiential opportunities including local food and beverage, music and entertainment, health and fitness activities, activation zones, and more. The Riverwalk will transform into a Super Bowl amusement park showcasing the destination’s culture and experiences of Tampa Bay.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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