The NFL has announced the Super Bowl Experience that will be taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center ahead of Super Bowl LVI.
What Can You Expect At The Super Bowl Experience
- An experience for fans to collect virtual and in-person autographs from NFL players and legends.
- Get a photo taken with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and all 55 Super Bowl rings.
- An event that puts the ball in the hands of fans and allows them to pass like a pro, kick a field goal and race through the 40-yard dash.
- Play 60 Zone for the youngest NFL fans and NFL flag clinics to teach football fundamentals to kids age 6-14.
Tickets for this year's event will be starting at $20 and kids 12 and under will be able to attend for free every day. You will be able to purchase tickets at www.NFL.com/sbxonsale or by downloading the NFL one pass in the App Store.
Fans that will take the Metro to the Los Angeles Convention Center will receive 50% off their general admission ticket (doesn't include the SBXtra Fast pass) at the box office. Fans must show their TAP Pass at the box office to receive their discount. In addition, all military members and their families will also receive 50% off their General Admission tickets (excluding the SBXtra fast pass).
NFL will also be hosting a vaccination clinic at the Convention Center. Any fan who receives a vaccine at the on-site clinic during the Super Bowl experience hours of operation will get a free ticket to the Super Bowl experience.
The Experience opens on Saturday, February 5, and will last a week, concluding on Saturday, February 12 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Los Angeles hosted the first Super Bowl in 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and the last time the game was played in Los Angeles was in 1993 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. Super Bowl LVI will be the eighth played in L.A. County, with two at the Coliseum (including the first) and five at the Rose Bowl.
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