How Indianapolis Prepares for Game Day

It’s impossible to go anywhere in Indianapolis without seeing the Colts horseshoe. They’re everywhere: on cars, buildings, shirts, bicycles, phones, pants, houses, flags, and even on tattoos. It’s easy to say Indianapolis football fans only follow the Colts because they’ve had two great quarterbacks back to back. But with the amount of pride the city shows, even in the bad seasons, it’s safe to say Indianapolis has become a football city. And before game day, Indianapolis and Colts fans get a little crazy bleeding blue to show their Colts pride and support their favorite team.


We Believe Colts Sign on a Building in Downtown Indianapolis

It’s become an Indianapolis tradition. Blue Friday. The Friday before a Colts game, fans deck out in their best Colts gear. They get the opportunity to wear blue to work. (Because who doesn’t love to wear a jersey instead of a collared shirt?) Some kids even get to wear a jersey to school instead of their uniform. The Colts organization and sponsors hold giveaways, discounts, and special merchandise to create excited and build hype for that week’s game. All the local news stations and friends get in on the action. It’s also a helpful reminder of when exactly all those Colts games are.

Indianapolis is truly a great sports town. The fans are loyal, informed, and most importantly loud. The noise in Lucas Oil Stadium should take the credit for that last victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Right as the Jacksonville kicker was trying to make the would-be game winning goal, the fan’s noise tremendous noise threw the kicker off balance to miss the shot. Colts fans are loud and proud in the stadium and when the party before the game.

Around the city, before the games, there are great parties and tailgates. So if you’re looking for something to do before a Colts game, you’ve got some options. There are parties with the Blue Crew, tailgates in Tailgate Alley, and on Georgia Street. Of course, we recommend the Colts VIP Tailgate Party, but then, we might be bias. We have Colts cheerleaders, past NFL players, and great food at our tailgate. We think it’s pretty great. But, no matter where you celebrate the game in Indy, it’s great to see so many people come out to support the Colts and party before the game. Lucas Oil Stadium holds some awesome game day activities inside the stadium as well if you’re looking for something after you’ve already had your ticket scanned.

As far as pre-game activities go Indianapolis is a pretty great city to be in. Who knows, if you decide to attend a Colts event downtown, you may even get to see the hilarious Colts mascot Blue.

And as always, Go Colts!



Indianapolis Colts v. Atlanta Falcons

The Indianapolis Colts have a much needed bye week right before they play the Atlanta Falcons. The break comes after a gristly set of games, but leads into an easier final stretch for the Colts. By the time the Colts are at this point in the season, with most of their sticky games behind them, whether or not they’ll come out on top of the AFC will already be determined.

The Falcons are looking to be contenders in the NFC South. It’s a notoriously bad division. So that won’t take much, really. The Falcons fall right in front of the Colts for easiest NFL schedule of the season. So they might win that title after all, losing record or not.

On the plus side, the Falcons have themselves a new head coach in Dan Quinn. He excelled as Seahawks defensive coordinator, but this will be his first year as a head coach.

Watch for Falcons first round pick, Vic Beasley Jr., OLB. He goes for the quarterback quickly, and hard. He’s 6’3, 240. But, again, he’s fast. He’s part of the defensive line that general manager Thomas Dimitroff was tasked with fixing. This season will determine whether or not he goes the way of last year’s head coach.

On offense, as always, Julio Jones is the gold standard. Because of T.Y. Hilton’s huge wide receiver contract, many other WRs are looking for just that kind of money. Julio Jones included.

The Falcons pass rush is also on the up and up. If this continues, and the run game heads towards their own goal. The Falcons might come out of this season with a winning record. But, the Colts are going to be one of the teams they lose to.

Week 11 for the Colts has them on the road to face the Atlanta Falcons in their Georgia Dome on Sunday November 22nd. Kick off starts at 1:00 p.m. The Colts v. Falcons game will be broadcast on CBS. You can go to that game in person by buying Colts vs Falcons tickets.

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!

Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints

The Indianapolis Colts continue their difficult stretch in the middle of their season. As an early prediction, the Colts will probably beat the Saints. But if there was going to be an all-out shootout game, this would be it. Expect the score to be well over 30 for both teams. They play the New Orleans Saints and their formidable Drew Brees at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 25th.

Drew Brees will be welcomed back to Indiana by many Purdue alumni, even though he’s not playing for the home team He led the Boilermakers to major Big Ten glory before he was drafted by the San Diego Chargers. He leads the division title hopeful Saints.

The Saints are trying for a bounce-back season after last year’s disappointing 7-9 record. They’ve upped their defense. They’re likely to make a playoff run this year, the only major question being if they can defeat a team like Seattle or the Packers without home field advantage.

Watch for rookie rusher Hau’oli Kikaha to start most games for the Saints. He’ll hopefully help last year’s issues and be effective on pass rush. Hopefully neither he nor any other player will get into fights at joint practice sessions with the Patriots.

The Colts play the Saints in week seven on October 25th at 1:00 p.m. We’ve got tickets to the Colts vs. Saints game! Don’t forget to attend the pre-game VIP Colts Tailgate for great food and fun!



The Indianapolis Super Bowl: An NFL Experience

Every year the Super Bowl breaks the record for most watched American television program ever. All that notoriety goes to the good. Football brings the eyes of the nation to the biggest event of the year, and many eager visitors to the host city.

Indianapolis hosted the Super Bowl for the first time back in 2012 for Super Bowl XLVI. The Indianapolis Super Bowl was just the fourth time a cold-weather city hosted the game. Before the Super Bowl, Indianapolis was still considered a rural speck in the flyover map. The Super Bowl raised the national profile, and surprised many visitors with great food, entertainment, accommodations, and Hoosier hospitality. This increase in media coverage created tourism and conventions opportunities. To prepare for the boom in travelers, the city built a Super Bowl village, constructed a large sign on Monument Circle, made Indy 500 cars available to drive, and had a zip line over a city street.


Each city does something different when they host the Super Bowl. This year the Bay Area is making huge plans for half-century celebration of Super Bowl 50. They’re building a Super Bowl City fan village and incorporating the football interactive NFL Experience. The Big Game will be played at Levi’s Stadium, home of the 49ers. Activities and events will be happening a week in advance.

If you’d like to attend those parties or the golden Super Bowl 50, ticket packages for Super Bowl 50 are available. Tickets for the Players Super Bowl Tailgate, which includes NFL players past and present may also be purchaed. Bullseye Event Group will plan Super Bowl 50 hotel and travel accommodations for individuals or groups.


Returning Indianapolis Colts Players to Look Out for This Season

Indianapolis Colts Players

The good stuff to watch at this year’s Training Camp will be the competition over a few key positions, namely, wide receiver, running back, safety and linebacker. These are the roster battles which will predate the pre-season, and give a good approximation of the how the Colts will shape up. Here’s a short preview of the returning Colts players for your edification. For insight into the new Colts additions read our blog post here.


Andrew Luck (QB)
He’s great and is only going to get better. The NFL Top 100 Players of 2015 video quotes players saying he might not be the best now, but in a year or two he will be. Watch to see how his style will evolve, and how he will continue to grow into his glory. But the big contests of training camp will be who he’s passing to, and who’s protecting him.

Robert Mathis (OLB)
Mathis is hoping he’ll be able to return at the start of Training Camp after a torn achilles. But whether or not he’ll be up to strength with his age and his health remains to be seen. He is a big part of the question mark which defines Colts defensive. There are lingering doubts about how much be able to aid the Colts struggling defense coming off a serious injury. More interesting, though, will be the completion for the other outside linebacker spot opposite Mathis

Cam Johnson (OLB)
He was traded to the Colts back in 2013 and played 12 games that year. In 2014 he made the team, but was subsequently injured. And now he faces a stronger Colts line. He competes for an OLB spot after Mathis and free agency pick-up Trent Cole against Bjoern Werner, Erik Walden, Daniel Adongo, and rookies Cody Galea and Zack Hodges. He hasn’t seen much playing time, but that doesn’t mean he won’t continue to impress the coaches.

Jonathan Newsome (OLB)
Beginning his second year with the Colts, he’ll continue to build off his rookie season. He’s grew as the season progressed, which is good to see for progressive longevity. The lack of competition last year helped him gain a larger spotlight. He continued to get better even late into the season, which helps his odds going into Training Camp.

Bjoern Werner (OLB)
He was the 24th overall draft pick in 2013. But, since then, he’s had difficulties preforming. He mentioned in an interview ( , that he believes injuries are holding him back. So going into Training Camp, he has a chance to prove himself and work out his frustrations on the field. And the Colts have to decide whether they’re giving up on him.

Daniel Adongo (OLB)
This year marks the third year of Adongo’s and the Colts after he made the transition from African Rugby. This seems like it could be the pivotal year, as last year he was on injured reserve, and this year there’s competition for the depth OLB spots. His improvement and adjustment at Training Camp this year will be the determining factor.

T.Y. Hilton (WR)
Hilton stepped up last year, making his first Pro Bowl. His first two years with the Colts show tremendous potential as he averaged 71.5 yards per game from 2012-2014. But, before this season, Hilton was the only consistent receiver for the Colts, which may have something to do with his great stats. With great new additions in the offseason, his go-to status may alter.

Donte Moncrief (WR)
In the first season without Reggie Wayne, the Colts fans will be on the lookout for a new favorite wide receiver. The position for a WR slot is open to the young players like Moncrief and newcomer Phillip Dorsett. After a solid rookie season, where he played all games, Moncrief needs to mature this season into a bigger presence to contend with the other high caliber offense players.

Dan “Boom” Herron (RB)
With newcomer Frank Gore, in all probability, starting for the Colts this year. It’s the second spot for a running back in contention in the form of draftee Josh Robinson, who comes off a 1,203 yard season with Mississippi State. Boom preformed especially well toward the tail end of last season and into the playoffs. So, it’s about continuing to prove his skill.

Vick Ballard (RB)
Back in 2012, he looked great. Then he was injured in 2013 to miss the season. And injured again in early 2014. So it all depends on how healthy he looks and how well he’s able to play after a couple years of damage repair. If he seems both strong and able, and more importantly, is able to maintain his health, he’ll factor into the running back spots.

Zurlon Tipton (RB)
Tipton didn’t see much Colts action until the playoffs when he became the second to Boom Herron after Trent Richardson’s difficulties. His situation depends on training camp this year, as well as the other running backs. But more options can only mean good things for a Colts running game that’s been scraggly in the past.

Mike Adams (S)
The question will be who will play opposite Mike Adams. Because Adams became the standard bearer last year. He started every game and set a career high with 87 tackles. He was named to his first Pro Bowl. But, he’s a part of the Colts aging roster problem, at 34, so he may not have another year like last year.

Colt Anderson (S)
Anderson was re-signed back in March. He plays mostly on special teams and as a depth defensive back, which he does well. But, he could also add an options for the safety position, a place where the Colts need help. Though, the Colts brought on rookies Robert Smith and Clayton Geathers who may bandage the gaping hole next to Mike Adams.

Vontae Davis (CB)
Davis had one of the best seasons of any cornerback in the league. As such, he was named to his first career Pro Bowl. He excels at the Colts style of press man coverage, and his stats back that up. He returns as part of a trio of CBs with the good slot cornerback Darius Butler and the controversial Greg Toler. Rookie D’Joun Smith may fill that fourth man opening.


Get ready to cheer on the Indianapolis Colts! Get Colts tickets for one game or for the season. And get ready for the game with 2015 VIP Tailgate tickets!

Super Bowl Packages for Super Bowl 50

Bullseye Event Group offers the best Super Bowl package deals if you’re planning on traveling to San Francisco to attend Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium.

We’ll arrange travel plans including hotel, flights, and tickets. So that whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or corporate groups, you’re covered.

Our packages are customizable, but may include tickets to Super Bowl 50, the exclusive Super Bowl Players Tailgate, access to Super Bowl parties, Super Bowl travel plans, and deluxe hotel accommodations. Specific ticket categories are available for every level of Levi’s Stadium. Ensure you have the best game day with easy access to Super Bowl Village events, tailgate parties and great seats. We combine the best seat location and ticket prices with the best hotels to make your stay in sunny California golden.

We offer exclusive tickets to the Super Bowl Players Tailgate, the best tailgate for any football fan. Over 25 active NFL players, celebs, and guests get hyped before the Big Game with great food and drinks. The party features a top-shelf open bar, all-you-can-eat dining and a lounge to watch pre-game coverage. Check this page for updates (like who the celebrity host will be)

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