Super Bowl 52 – Sunday, February 4th
If you’ve been living under a football-less rock and haven’t heard, the Super Bowl is in Minneapolis this year! This brings a number of new experiences, activities, and events to enjoy while we all prepare for the big game. What is your prediction for the end result?
Super Bowl LIVE – Now-Sunday, February 4th
“Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis will be the site of an epic 10-day fan festival, free and open to the public, leading up to Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018. Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon will feature something for everyone, including free live concerts, national broadcast activations, food and fun, with nods to winter that showcase Minnesota’s authentic, Bold North brand.”
Super Bowl Experience Driven by Genesis – Now-Saturday, February 3rd
“Get Inside the Game at Super Bowl Experience Driven by Genesis, the NFL’s interactive theme park at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Doors open Saturday, January 27th. Experience the NFL in Virtual Reality, get free Autographs from NFL Players, take a photo with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, experience NFL Flag Clinics, enjoy the Play 60 Zone for the smallest NFL fans, and visit NFL Shop, the largest spot for exclusive NFL Merchandise.” If you have a Hyundai or Genesis, stop by our 394 Hyundai dealership for 2 free tickets!
#VantageSighting – Now-Sunday, February 4th
The new Aston Martin Vantage has arrived, and will be cruising around Minneapolis the week of the Super Bowl! If you spot it, take a picture and post it to Instagram using #VantageSighting to be entered to win a day rental in a DB11 or Heritage DB9.
“The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee wants to make your visit to the Bold North as seamless as possible. The information you’ll find in Know Before You Go includes the range of transportation options and increased service information that will be offered during the 10-day festival, including expanded light rail service connecting Mall of America to downtown Minneapolis. If you’re starting to plan your trip, this is a great place to start!”
If you’re seeing low flying helicopters and are wondering what they’re doing, the Star Tribune has your answer. These helicopters are measuring radiation levels throughout the cities for the week of the Super Bowl.