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You can watch the Super Bowl from the beach on a giant floating screen

Ballyhoo Media
Photograph: Courtesy Ballyhoo Media

Super Bowl LIII is nearly upon us and even though our beloved Dolphins will—once again—not be participating, we have to admit we are excited nonetheless. It should be a killer game.

The 73-year-old Tom Brady is making his staggering 234th Super Bowl appearance against the new kids of the LA Rams. Rumour has it Bill Belichick will debut a brand new tattered sweater. Such drama! Young versus old, good versus evil—however you want to spin it, the game is sure to be a close battle.

Miami will be watching along on Sunday, February 3, and one party in particular will be watching in the most Miami way possible. The water-based advertising and events company Ballyhoo Media is throwing a watch party at Virginia Key Beach Park where guests can watch the big game on one of their floating 48-foot screens. (The Ballyhoo team did the same thing last year for the World Cup and it was quite the experience.)

You can watch from the sand or swim right up to the screen for a closer look at Tom Brady’s magnificent skin. Over on dry land, the party will have a DJ, food, beer from Concrete Beach and games like giant beer pong and cornhole for folks to enjoy before kickoff.

The party goes from 3pm to 11pm and tickets are $15 via eventbite.com.

 

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