Bullseye Event Group Announces Celebrity “Fit Chef” Eddie Jackson as Chef at 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI

Bullseye Event Group is excited to announce that celebrity “Fit Chef” Eddie Jackson will be joining the star studded celebrity chef culinary crew for the 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI in Houston, alongside chef Guy Fieri!


Season 11 winner of the “Next Food Network Star,” Jackson has created a unique style of cooking that combines food and fitness, two of his passions. After retiring from a successful career from the NFL, Jackson took time to tirelessly hone his cooking craft, competing and finishing in the top 6 of Fox’s “MasterChef” in season 4. Jackson can be seen on Food Network’s “BBQ Blitz.”

“We are so excited to have the ‘Fit Chef’ joining us for 2017 at Super Bowl LI,” Bullseye CEO Kyle Kinnett said. “Between Eddie Jackson, Aaron May and Fieri, we’re excited to see what kind of Texas-sized VIP menu these guys can come up with together.”

Eddie Jackson will join Guy Fieri in creation of an exclusive VIP menu, available to all Players Tailgate VIP guests. Guy Fieri will be adding several more Celebrity Chefs to make this the best line up of Chefs assembled. The exclusive menu will be released in the coming weeks on BullseyeEventGroup.com

With over 25 NFL players and some of the biggest celebrities, Bullseye’s 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI will be the biggest and best pre-game tailgate in Houston. One of America’s favorite chefs, Guy Fieri, will be returning to create the VIP menu, joined by chefs Eddie Jackson and Aaron May. Alongside Fieri at Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco, the 2016 Players Tailgate featured Fox Sports reporter and emcee Erin Andrews, Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima, celebrity chefs May and G Garvin, all-pro NFL players and more. 

Tickets to the 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI in Houston can be purchased directly from BullseyeEventGroup.com, or are included in all of Bullseye’s Super Bowl LI Travel Packages.

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!

CBS Preview of 2016 Players Tailgate

The 2016 Players Tailgate was the most extravagant tailgate event yet. With players and celebrities mingling among our VIP guests, as well as many other surprises, it’s no wonder we had CBS San Francisco on hand to cover the event live!

CBS San Francisco reporter Mark Kelly was on site to preview what the 2016 Players Tailgate was set to entail, just hours before thousands were enjoying the VIP experience. Kelly previewed the silent auction, the food, the players and much more. Take a look for yourself!



Not able to make the 2016 Players Tailgate? No worries, there’s always 2017 in Houston! In the meantime, we’ve got complete reviews, social recaps and more, so you can see what you will get to experience in the years to come!




CBS Live from 2016 Players Tailgate!

Throughout the 2016 Players Tailgate, CBS San Francisco reporter Mark Kelly was live from the event, detailing the amazing pre-game party being thrown for our VIP guests. A tailgate unlike any other, featuring Erin Andrews, Guy Fieri, Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima, over 25 NFL players and more! Check out Kelly’s live shots during the 2016 Players Tailgate!



Kelly’s feature on the tailgate captures exactly what the tailgate represents: a VIP experience, filled with celebrities, NFL players, great food and an overall great experience.

Not able to make the 2016 Players Tailgate in San Francisco? Don’t worry, we’ve got complete recaps of the VIP action. And it’s never to early to start thinking about the 2016-17 NFL season, complete with Super Bowl LI in Houston!

Super Bowl 50: The Sheriff’s Last Ride

And thus, the regular season comes to an end. The 16 weeks of heated competition, followed by wild-card, divisional and championship weekends we won’t soon forget. On Sunday afternoon in Santa Clara, California, it came down to two: the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.

Sheriff's Last Ride

The Denver Broncos walked away Super Bowl 50 champions, 24-10 winners over the Carolina Panthers. And in a season that saw turmoil following injury, former Indianapolis Colt Peyton Manning walked away with his second Super Bowl victory, in what could be his final game of his career.

“All I know is, I’m going to go out tonight and drink a lot of beer…drink a lot of Budweiser,” Manning said to CBS Sports analyst Jim Nantz when asked about pondering retirement.

Despite possibly being Manning’s final game as a player, it was the Broncos defense that stepped up and dominated the game. Broncos linebacker Von Miller, who would go on to be named Super Bowl 50 MVP, recorded six tackles, 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble, which ended up leading to the game-clinching touchdown for the Broncos.

Carolina Panthers quarterback and league MVP Cam Newton, who had been phenomenal all season, struggled in Super Bowl 50, garnering only 265 yards and one interception on 18-of-41 passing. Newton was hurried over 20 times in the game, being hit 10 times and sacked 7 times.

Moving forward, the question becomes not if, but when, the Denver Broncos will be handing the reins over to quarterback Brock Osweiler. But for now, the Broncos will enjoy their moment as world champions. And their moment, to drink a lot of Budweiser.

Sad the NFL season is over? Don’t be! Just because the season is over, doesn’t mean it’s too early to get started on your football experiences for next season! Check out our Indianapolis Colts London Travel Package! Complete with a private air charter, a game ticket, a four-night stay in a deluxe hotel, pregame tailgate festivities and more! Let’s keep thinking positive…think football!

5 Super Bowl Eve Ideas

As exciting as the day of the Super Bowl will be, you’ll want more. More Super Bowl, more football, more fun! Here are five things you and your crew can do in the hours leading up to Super Bowl Sunday to make the most of the great night that is, Super Bowl eve.


Super Bowl Eve Ideas


NFL Experience – Moscone Center

This will be the fourth year of The NFL Experience (NFLX). The Super Bowl experience has been better ever since! It’s been dubbed “pro football’s indoor interactive theme park.” Football? Theme park? No matter your age, it’s a great idea.

Compete with your friends with interactive games like an NFL field goal kicking contests and passing activities. Feel free to watch NFL Network broadcasts NFL Total Access and news updates while you’re there. Take part in the opportunity to meet some of superstar players, old favorites and rookies. Also, go through the NFL’s champions exhibit, showcasing Super Bowl rings, a replica Lomardi Trophy, jerseys and mementos from past Super Bowls and more.

Tickets to the NFL Experience are $35 for adults and $20 for kids 12 and under, this year it’s driven by Hyundai.


Super Bowl City – Justin Herman Plaza

The history of Super Bowl City goes back to Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. That was when the first Super Bowl City appeared. Nowadays, the host city’s planning committee takes over a whole street area for an awesome fan village annually. This year, San Francisco’s “Super Bowl City” will be in Justin Herman Plaza downtown. It’s going to be great. It will be a big-city block party! This year, it will run for an extra weekend! The fan village will begin on January 30 and run all the way through Super Bowl Sunday, February 7. That gives you plenty of time to see the sights!

At the city, there will be local performances and unique food specialized to the bay area’s style. In case you needed more incentive, Super Bowl City will be home to CBS Television Network’s broadcasts all week (as well as ESPN) which is almost guaranteed to bring celebrities, players and special guests to the area!

It’s a family-friendly event. Make it a must-visit, possibly even before Super Bowl eve. The atmosphere, combined with the uniqueness of San Francisco, bring the city to life and make it an unforgettable memory made with friends (football and friends.


“The Night Before” Concert featuring Metallica at AT&T Park

For the third year in a row, CBS Radio will host a “The Night Before” concert event. A pre-Super Bowl 50 kickoff concert, hosted at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. Rock it!

The band, Metallica, local California natives, who have made a habit of playing concerts at AT&T Park, will be headlining the event. The band will also be joined by the Cage the Elephant!


Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

Maybe it’s counterintutive to think of basketball during the Super Bowl. But why not watch some basketball to shake up all the football? This way you get as many sports as possible!

Stephen Curry and the NBA’s defending world champions take the court that Saturday, February 6 against the duo of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant as the Golden State Warriors face off against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Could be fun! Visit one of the most electric arenas in the NBA and connect with one of the world’s greatest fan bases. Because who says you can’t mix your sports?


Grab Dinner at San Francisco’s “House of Prime Rib”

Mmm. Steak. After a full day of sports, competitions and concerts, you’re going to be starving. So head over to San Francisco’s House of Prime Rib, which was voted #3 in Zagat’s Top 20 Restaurants in the bay area, for a good meal.

It offers as much prime rib as anyone could ask for. Even more awesome is that it’s carved directly in front of you at your table. Fresh salads are also spun in a mixing bowl at your service. That’s just two of the premium services this top tier dining restaurant offers.

Their prime rib is all you can eat. Their lists of wines and cocktails is as long as a football field. So what could be better?


Interested in all of the activities above, but haven’t booked your Super bowl 50 travel package yet? Get on it! Tickets will sell out faster the closer we get to the end of the NFL season. Inquire about a Super Bowl 50 travel package today!

Announcing Erin Andrews as 2016 Players Super Bowl Tailgate Emcee

Bullseye Event Group is proud to announce Erin Andrews as the official emcee of the 2016 Players Super Bowl Tailgate.

Erin Andrews has solidified herself as a leader of the sports broadcasting and a national recognized television personality. As a member of FOX Sports “A-Team”, Erin Andrews currently reports as a features host and sideline correspondent for FOX NFL Sunday. Erin also lends her talents and unique perspective reporting to the MLB All Star Game and presented the World Series trophy to the Kansas City Royals. Thanks in large part to her experience in broadcasting as well as her natural wit and charm, Andrews has made a smooth transition into Co-Host of ABC’s long-running, Emmy nominated reality series, Dancing With the Stars alongside Tom Bergeron.

“We are thrilled to have Erin Andrews Emcee the Super Bowl Players Tailgate 2016. Erin will conduct short interviews and engage the 25+ active NFL players that we have in attendance,” said Kyle Kinnett spokesperson for Bullseye Event Group.

Bullseye Event Group’s exclusive Players Super Bowl Tailgate has earned a reputation as the premier Super Bowl pre-game experience, where over 25 active NFL players, celebrities and guests eat, drink and get entertained before the Super Bowl Championship game. Described as a culinary experience in itself, the event boasts having the most recognizable chef in America, Guy Fieri, to create the menu and prepare the food. If having Guy Fieri as the headliner chef wasn’t enough, Bullseye Event Group has also signed Beau MacMillan and Aaron May to fill out its lineup of celebrity chefs at the event.

The Players Super Bowl Tailgate features an open premium bar and all-you-can-eat food. Guests will enjoy a hospitality lounge lined with tables, couches and other areas where they can watch ESPN’s pre-game coverage broadcast on large television monitors.

“We host 25+ active NFL players in attendance that are the who’s who of NFL. Super Bowl Champions, Pro Bowlers and the games hottest rookies. This is not an event where you go and see some retired NFL player from the yesteryears. The name The Players Super Bowl Tailgate says it all; this event is where you go to get up close and personal with the players you see on Sundays on television,” said Kinnett.

Call Bullseye Event Group today at 317-800-5820 for pricing and insider information about 2016 Players Super Bowl Tailgate and Super Bowl Weekend Packages.

Can the Colts Make it to Super Bowl 50?

Is there hope for the Colts?

This is a team that needs a cause. Football teams run on momentum, drives, and sparks. It might have been a wet and rainy game Monday night when the Indianapolis Colts took on the Carolina Panthers, but that doesn’t mean the spark isn’t there. The fans can feel it. It’s part of what’s made this season so frustrating for the Colts Nation to watch. All season it feels that the Colts have just been one thing shy, one ingredient short. So, of course there’s hope for a ticket to Super Bowl 50. It could all change.

The Colts close out the season with a series of easy games leading up into the playoffs. They’re sure to make it into a playoff spot given how dismal the rest of their division is. If the Colts can’t find momentum when they play the Broncos next week, maybe they’ll find it in an end of the season run. Given that Peyton Manning usually has difficulties after a bye-week in the playoffs, as Indianapolis fans well remember, the Colts have a real shot at making it a little farther than maybe they should.

There’s always a chance. Any given Sunday. If the Colts win a few key games, suddenly, they’ll look good. They’ll look like all the hype predicted. But, the Colts sure don’t look like they’re having fun. They look like they’re working hard for nothing. Where’s the camaraderie and the smiles? It’s just shy. What the Colts need to make it to the Super Bowl is something to look alive.

From a technical perspective, the Colts have been shooting themselves in the foot. They have to stop with the holding penalties. The defense has to start being able to stop the 3rd and short. They can’t keep giving away these turnovers. They have to start converting instead of throwing interceptions. They can’t keep fumbling. Andrew Luck has to do something, and quit holding onto the ball so long. Lastly, and most importantly, if Andrew Luck is injured, the o-line must step up and protect that man.

But, of course the Colts have a shot at the Super Bowl. After all, once a team makes it to the playoffs, everything is up in the air. It’s less about the season, and more about who stayed healthy, who can still play, and who wants it more. If the Colts keep finding frustration after frustration, maybe that will lead to something post-season. Wouldn’t that be great?

It’s still possible. The Colts show these flashes of greatness, moments of solid football. If they could string a couple of those together, maybe work out the front office issues, stop looking so dower, and get a stampeded going. Then, maybe, they have a shot at the golden trophy come February.

If you’re a Colts fan, and you’re pretty sure they can make it all the way. We’ve got Super Bowl tickets and packages for that 50th Big Game. That way, you can watch the Colts play live, in person, in San Francisco (if they make it that far.) Maybe they’ll take home some gold. You never know.

Family Attractions for Super Bowl 50

There are the obvious sight-seeing options for visiting San Francisco. “You have to visit the Golden Gate Bridge!” or “You must ride one of the trolleys!” Those are the classics. But here’s a list of great places to go in SF that you may be as familiar with that are perfect for families. Be sure to tell us if there are any other great fun opportunities for family fun before heading off to Super Bowl 50.

Painted Ladies

These houses might look familiar from the opening scene of “Full House.” The beautiful and colorful houses all line up along the a green square in San Fran. Those houses are along the Alamo Square and their called the Painted Ladies. These Victorian homes grace the front of many postcards, and they’re sure to give you the perfect backdrop for the much needed family selfie. Perfect for picnics.

Urban Putt

You can eat waffles, drink draft beer, AND play mini-golf. How great is that? A place called Urban Putt offers a totally rad way to play mini-golf with the family. It’s located in the heart of the Mission District, so not far away from all the Super Bowl City atmosphere. The high-tech course is located inside a Victorian home and is a perfect way to work on your short game while making some great memories with the kids.


Brunch Ideas

Sundays start with brunch. And Super Bowl Sunday is no different. So why not drink and Bloody Marys and eat a waffles bigger than your head. San Francisco has some of the best places for brunch and feature great food, great service, great weather and a great views. A couple places you can’t go wrong include: Brenda’s French Soul Food and Foreign Cinema. There’s not better way to get geared up for the Super Bowl than food!


Walt Disney Family Museum

It may not be Orlando Florida, but the Disney family has put together a great experience for Disney fanatics of all ages. The 40,000-square-foot museum melds history with state-of-the-art technology, including more than 200 video screens sprinkled throughout our galleries. The top attraction is a 13-foot model of Disneyland as Walt originally envisioned it. It’s not quite a hidden gem, but it’s certainly a bit out of the spotlight with so much else to do in town.


Hopefully you’ll have a great time with your family going to Super Bowl 50. There’s so much to do in the city, you’re sure to have a great time. If you still need travel accommodations to Super Bowl 2016 and Super Bowl 50 tickets, we can offer great Super Bowl 2016 packages.

Super Bowl 50 Travel Packages and Ticket Information

Are you ready for some football?! Bullseye Event Group is excited announce its three Super Bowl 50 packages choose from for the big game in San Francisco! We’re pretty excited, and you should be too. Choose from either a three or four night stay in sunny San Francisco. Check them out below!


The Buchanan Hotel Package:


The Buchanan San Francisco Buchanan Hotel Interior


The Buchanan is ideally situated in one of the most exciting pulse-points of San Francisco. You’ll find The Buchanan where three dynamic neighborhoods – Japantown, the Fillmore District and Lower Pacific Heights – all converge in one intoxicating travel trifecta. Filled with boutiques, michelin-starred restaurants, indie cinemas, and more. The Buchanan, oozes personality with touches like chandeliers rendered from vintage whiskey bottles and private spaces, including the intimate patio.

The Buchanan Hotel Package Includes:

  •   Deluxe accommodations at The Buchanan hotel for three (3) nights: Friday, February 5 – Sunday February 7, 2016.
  •    Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7th 2016 (ticket upgrades available).
  •    Admission into The Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party with 20+ current /active NFL players in attendance.
  •    Pre-game Super Bowl Tailgate party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.
  •    The Super Bowl Players Tailgate is located outside of the stadium, within walking distance to the game.
  •    Super Bowl gift bag.
  •    Private motor coach round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium.

More details are here.
Park Central Hotel Package:

Park Central Hotel Park Central Hotel

Looking to just hang out and relax and take in Super Bowl weekend? Centrally located in SOMA District, with exceptional service and an inherent commitment to hospitality, Park Central is the ideal hotel for Super Bowl 50 weekend. You don’t have to leave Park Central, enjoy a drink at the contemporary hotel bar or relax in the beautiful indoor lounge and on nice days and evenings take in the outdoor terrace.
The Park Central Hotel Package Includes:

  •    Deluxe accommodations at the Park Central for three (3) nights: Friday, February 5 – Sunday February 7, 2016.
  •    Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7, 2016 (ticket upgrades available).
  •    Admission into The Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party with 20+ current /active NFL players in attendance.
  •    Pre-game Super Bowl Tailgate party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.
  •    The Super Bowl Players Tailgate is located outside of the stadium, within walking distance to the game.
  •    Super Bowl gift bag.
  •    Private motor coach round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium.

More details here.
Marriott Marquis San Francisco Hotel Package:

Looking out at San Francisco from inside the Marriott The Marriott Marquis - Super Bowl 50 Hotel


The Downtown San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel exudes an essence of modern luxury and the convenience of an extraordinary hotel in downtown San Francisco, CA. Just south of Market Street, this hotel in the SOMA district is next to the Moscone Convention Center and steps away from the Yerba Buena Gardens, renowned museums and cultural attractions, world-class shopping on Union Square, and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Enjoy inspiring penthouse views and cocktails at The View Lounge, bites and beverages at Bin 55 and breakfast daily at Mission Grille.

The Marriott Marquis Package Includes:

  •    Deluxe accommodations at the Marriott Marquis for four (4) nights: Thursday, February 4 – Sunday February 7, 2016.
  •    Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7, 2016 (ticket upgrades available).
  •    Admission into The Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party with 20+ current /active NFL players in attendance.
  •    Pre-game Super Bowl Tailgate party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.
  •    The Super Bowl Players Tailgate is located outside of the stadium, within walking distance to the game.
  •    Super Bowl gift bag.
  •    Private motor coach round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium.

More details here.

Contact us to request Super Bowl 2016 package pricing, or for information on Super Bowl 50 travel packages and hotelsSuper Bowl tailgate party access, and Super Bowl game day tickets. Hope you have a great time celebrating Super Bowl 50!

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