Written by: Cody Underwood
San Francisco is gearing up for Super Bowl 50, so we are going to give you our day-by-day picks on where to be and what’s going down in The City. We all know where you are going to be on game day, but do you know what’s really happening in the city the week before? Read our Dummies Guide for a Successful Superbowl Week.
January 30th Super Bowl City Opens:
Embarcadero District, San Francisco
Super Bowl City is designed to let the people of San Francisco come together and celebrate the biggest sporting event on the planet by participating in interactive games and activities that the whole family will love.
West-Valley Mission College, Santa Clara
Four words: Free. Concert. Wine. Fireworks.
301 Mission Street, San Francisco
Lunch and Dinner
Experience a once in a lifetime opportunity with world-renowned chef, Michael Mina. Mina is teaming up with the NFL to provide guests with a memorable meal, as well as a chance to bid on unique NFL memorabilia to benefit the NFL Foundation; its mission is to support the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football and the communities which support our game.
February 2nd NFL Experience
Moscone Center, SOMA District, San Francisco
All Days (3pm-10pm)
This may be the most exciting event surrounding Super Bowl 50. This experience allows anyone to enter into an NFL interactive theme park and experience what it’s like to be a player in the NFL. There are opportunities to meet the players and get their autographs!
February 3rd San Francisco Symphony and NFL Films
201 Van Ness, San Francisco
Hall of Fame running back Marcus Allen hosts an intersection between sports and music in this live orchestral piece accompanied by a selection of NFL short films. This event is sure to please both music and sport lovers alike in an event you do not want to miss.
February 4th The Band Perry at City Stage
Super Bowl City Main Stage, Embarcadero District, San Francisco
This is the country music lovers dream. How often do you get to hear a free, live performance by arguably the most popular country group? Be there to witness country music legends do what they do best.
February 5th Pro Football Hall of Fame Super Bowl Luncheon
033 O’Farrell St., San Francisco, CA
A true VIP experience at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square where guests will enjoy a fine meal while conversing with Hall of Fame Football players.
February 6th Alicia Keys at City Stage
1 Market, San Francisco, California
If you have never heard Alicia Keys hit a high note, this is your opportunity.
February 7th Super Bowl Sunday
4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way, Santa Clara, San Francisco
Plop down in your lounger, or head to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara (for a mere $5,000 per ticket) where you can partake in the ultimate game day experience.
All additional information can be found here: http://www.sfbaysuperbowl.com
Now that we have given you a day-by-day guide to what you should do in the city during Super Bowl week, let us now give you a look into what we are doing for our clients during the week. Our clients will start by embarking on Pub Crawl around the city, in search of the cities finest watering holes. Then they will be transported to Napa Valley where they will indulge in fine wines while taking in Napa’s tranquil scenery. We provide our clients with an experience that goes above and beyond the traditional San Francisco experience, what will be your next adventure?