If you are in San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Jose, or any other surrounding location where the big game is this season, you will realize there are a lot of different things going on from NFL-Sanctioned events, events for fans and different parties.
Even if you are not in San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Jose, or any other surrounding location where the big game is, you still realize there are a lot of different things going on that if you were in the area, you might be overwhelmed.
So with all of the different things to do, how do you know what is the best to do, where you will see the most and have the most fun?
First of all, do not think that one event, or party, will be more fun than another. It is the area where the big game is located, there is not something that is bad.
No matter where you are at, everyone is friendly, helpful and just there to have a good time, just like yourself.
But, there are three things that would be something you would want to try to get to and enjoy while in the area.
First, the NFL Experience will give the ultimate sports fan a great experience of everything the fan could possibly imagine.
Located at the Moscone Center, the NFL experience is an interactive area with fun and excitement for all ages.
Here, each day, fans can meet NFL Players and take pictures and get the autograph of each player. Young fans can experience “NFL Play 60” where children can partake in youth football clinics.
The Gold Rush Cheerleaders are there as well.
One of the best parts is that you can pick up your official NFL limited-edition Super Bowl 50 merchandise so you will always remember the experience.
Now if you want to enjoy some of your favorite bands while also having fun and meeting players, Super Bowl City is the place you have to check out.
Centered in the Justin Herman Plaza, there are two different stages where the activities take place. The first stage is where the musical acts take place and is named ‘The City Stage presented by the Levi’s® Brand” hosting acts like The Band Perry and One Republic.
The other stage, the Fan Stage in the Fan Energy Zone powered by SAP, is where those in attendance can get pumped up with excitement, see the players and have a chance to win different contests.
Now lastly, if you are an animal lover, you will have to check out the “Puppy Bowl Café.” The best part of this event, all of the adoptable dogs come from the East Bay SPCA and the Animal Care & Control San Francisco Shelter.
Located at Gott’s Roadside at the Ferry Building, this event runs four days from February 4th – 7th and lets fans watch the dogs battle for the toys on the field.
Animal lover, or not, you have to check out these precious puppies having fun and looking for a new home.
Yes, there are a lot of things going on during the week, but these are the things you have to make sure you see.
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