Super Bowl XLVII- A Fun Filled Week in New York and New Jersey
April 2nd, 2013 by John Nichols
Super Bowl Boulevard
Broadway in midtown Manhattan will get a facelift ahead of the game in the form of a free fan event called the NFL Experience. Referred to as the Super Bowl Boulevard, the entire stretch from 44th Street in the middle of Times Square to the Miracle on 34th Street will be closed to traffic from January 29- February 1. Filled with interesting and entertaining NFL displays such as the Vince Lombard Trophy, player appearances, free autographs, football clinics and NFL themed exhibits, die-hard fans can live their favorite football moments by throwing a touchdown, catching a pass or kicking a field goal!
Super Bowl Media Center and Media Party
The Sheraton New York Times Square will service more than 5000 credentialed members of the media in connection with the entire event. Adding a touch of glamour to this, the Chelsea Piers in West Side Manhattan will host the Super Bowl Media Party for them on January 28.
NFL House Party for Business Partners
The Friday Night Party, otherwise known as NFL House, is a hospitality center for business partners of the event. New York City is set to hold the high profile celebration on Friday January 31 along with the annual NFL Honors nationally televised awards show.
NFL Super Bowl Tailgate Party
A thrilling event that is a stronghold of ongoing celebrations, the NFL’s Tailgate Party will be held at the Grandstand at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey on Sunday, February 2. Footfall fans grilling in the final hours leading up to the Big Game is a spectacle worth watching and better still, being a part of.
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