What to Bring | 2020 Super Bowl 54 in Miami

The 2020 Super Bowl LIV matchups is just a matter of hours from being set — which means it’s almost time to solidify your plans for Miami and a Super Bowl weekend trip of a lifetime! Here’s a few things to remember when packing and planning for Super Bowl weekend at Super Bowl 54:

Be Comfortable

Super Bowl 54 is in the always beautiful Miami, Florida, which means Super Bowl weekend guests should prepare for the elements — beautiful, sometimes humid, often rainy weather. Early forecasts are calling for a mild-and-potentially-wet Super Bowl weekend the MIA, so make sure you pack comfortable clothes, prepare for both dry and wet weather situations, and bring that rain jacket.

Be a Fan!

Unless you’re going to the Super Bowl strictly to see Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, you’re going to need your gear. And whether you’re a face-painting, shirtless, hair-dyed super fan, or just an every day, jersey-sporting loyal “true blue,” there is no better place and time to represent your team than Super Bowl weekend.

When you’re packing, it’s key to make sure your squad is going to be properly represented, even if they’re not playing or haven’t been for years. They’re your squad, your city.. it’s time to represent. So pack that Cleveland Browns jersey, fly those Atlanta Falcons colors, represent the Patriots faithful.. this is your time to shine.

Tickets, Tickets, Tickets!

Of course, you’re going to need tickets to the game. Don’t try to show up without them!

Bullseye’s Super Bowl 54 Travel Packages don’t just come with a ticket to the game, but to an entire Super Bowl weekend experience! Secure your tickets, 2020 Players Tailgate passes and more today!

Capture the Best Moments

Granted, you don’t go anywhere without your phone — neither do we. But you have to be prepared to capture all the Super Bowl weekend moments!

Between the Players Tailgate, Guy Fieri whipping up the menu and Super Bowl weekend being the most star-studded weekend in sports, it’s almost a given that you’re going to run into actors, celebrities, players and some of your favorite sports personalities. That’s why not only should you bring your phone, but bring a back-up battery or portable charger as well. Nobody’s going to believe you met Jimmy Fallon at your hotel or had dinner at the same place as Vince Vaughn if you don’t have a selfie with him, right?

Follow NFL’s Clear Plastic Bag Rules

The NFL has strict “Clear Plastic Bag” rules to help protect fans and ensure the safety of Super Bowl 54 at Hard Rock Stadium. There are certain things you can’t bring into the game, and none of it can be in big, bulky bags or fanny-packs. Items such as alcohol, fireworks, beach balls and noisemakers are not allowed in the stadium. For more information on what is/isn’t allowed inside of NFL Stadiums and what type of bag you may bring in, click here.



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Things to do in Miami: Super Bowl 54

Super Bowl 54 weekend is fast approaching, and that means it’s time to start setting your plans for your trip to Miami! Here’s a quick look at some of the things you can do during your free time in the days leading up to Super Bowl 54 at Hard Rock Stadium.

Experience the 2020 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl 54

With over 40 active players and some of the world’s biggest celebrities, Bullseye’s 2020 Players Tailgate, rated the #1 event Super Bowl weekend in Houston (2017), Minneapolis (2018) and Atlanta (2019), promises to be the biggest and best pre-game event in Miami ahead of Super Bowl 54 in 2020.

In recent years, the Players Tailgate party at the Super Bowl has earned a reputation of hosting some of the biggest celebrities in the industry, including 2016 emcee Erin Andrews, 2018 emcee Charissa Thompson, Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima, world-renowned tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki, the Zac Brown Band, professional gamer Ninja and Super Bowl champions and perennial Pro Bowl players of the past and present.

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri Fieri will once again return to host the Players Tailgate with ESPN’s Sage Steele as emcee, joined by the greatest caterer in America, chef Aaron May, and a team of celebrity chefs hand-selected by Guy Fieri and Aaron May. Fieri will be on-hand to not only provide this culinary experience of a lifetime, but to hang out and meet all VIP guests at the 2020 Players Tailgate.

Tickets are available now.

Visit Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a leading science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. Located in Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, Frost Science is divided into four buildings: the Frost Planetarium, Aquarium, and North and West Wings. Here, guests can learn about the core science behind living systems, the solar system and known universe, the physics of flight, light and lasers, the biology of the human body and mind, and much more. Guests can explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in an experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique shows. Frost Science is also dedicated to education, earning national awards for its summer camps and after-school programs.

Take in a Speedboat Sightseeing Tour

Get whisked offshore in a powerful speedboat on a Miami sightseeing cruise. See South Point Park, enjoy skyline views, and cruise in the Atlantic Ocean,  with multiple departures offered daily. Departs from Downtown Miami, at the centrally-located Bayside Marketplace.

Make your way to the Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami to board your vessel. Settle in to your plush, comfortable seat as your captain pilots the boat past the cruise ship channel Flagler Monument Island and the US Coast Guard Station.

Slow down for a closer inspection of the Millionaire’s Row of mansions on Star Island and the Venetian Islands. Your captain will give you the inside scoop on who lives where and what the ostentatious homes are worth.

Zoom out to Fisher Island and South Point Park, location of the highest per capita income of any location in the country. Speed up to top speed while traveling through the Government Cut, then head out for the open Atlantic Ocean.

Cruise down the sandy shores of South Beach, lined with photo-worthy Art Deco mansions. While you return to your departure point through Fisherman’s Channel, get panoramic views of the downtown Miami skyline. — TripAdvisor

Experience the Little Havana Food Tour

Experience the world-famous “Little Havana” with an exciting 3-hour walking food tour.

“Join us on a 2.5-3 hour culinary and cultural walking tour of Little Havana where you will discover the traditions, history, music and flavors of Cuba in Miami. We will enjoy the rhythm of salsa playing, eat delicious food and share the stories that only true locals know.” — TripAdvisor



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Manning Memories: Part III

In Part III of Bullseye Event Group’s Manning Memories series, we take a look at Peyton Manning’s top three moments as a member of the Indianapolis Colts: breaking an “unbreakable” record, completing an epic comeback, and a world championship.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS(5)3) Single-season passing touchdowns record

In 2004 against the San Diego Chargers, Peyton Manning threw a touchdown pass over the middle to Brandon Stokely to record his 49th touchdown pass of the regular season, breaking Dan Marino’s longstanding record of 48. Relive the moment:

For those of you who want to relive all 49 touchdowns of Manning’s record breaking year, you can find that video here.

2) Super Bowl XLI victory over Chicago Bears

While most would argue that Manning’s Super Bowl XLI victory might be the greatest moment in Indianapolis Colts history, The Colt’s 29-17 victory over the Chicago Bears in February of 2007 might be considered more of a 1A type option.

The Colts’ first world championship came on February 4, 2007 as the Colts defeated the NFC Champion Chicago Bears 29-17. Manning ended the game with 247 yards, one touchdown and one interception, and collected his first Super Bowl MVP trophy. Relive the Super Bowl XLI highlights by clicking here.

1) 2006 AFC Championship Game

Considered by many to be the “Super Bowl” for Indianapolis in the 2006 season, the Indianapolis Colts completed a comeback of epic proportions against their nemesis, the New England Patriots, to advance to Super Bowl XLI and their eventual first world championship.

Trailing 21-3 at half time, it seemed all but a foregone conclusion that the New England Patriots would be headed for yet another AFC Championship victory over the Colts. But in the second half, Manning and the Colts offense led an all-out attack on the Patriots defense, capping off the comeback with a Joseph Addai run at the goal line to put the Colts ahead 38-34, and the eventual victory.

Manning ended the AFC Championship with 349 yards and one touchdown, but the biggest relief of Manning’s career; finally beating the New England Patriots in a clutch performance.

It’s no surprise that with all of these great memories in Indianapolis, Manning will be heading back for a farewell press conference with the Colts sometime in the near future. The son of a basketball town was able to turn Indianapolis into a city of “football evangelists,” as he put it. And for that, we speak for all of Indianapolis when we say “thank you, Peyton,” for fourteen magical years in the circle city.

If you’re missing Colts football like we are, check out the Colts VIP Tailgate and relive the season that was!

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