What happens when the 54th annual Super Bowl is in Miami? The city turns into one massive party. It’s not just the big game you’ll want to make plans for, but also the week leading up to Sunday’s event, which is already shaping up to be its own massive celebration. This year, Miami breaks its tie with New Orleans for most Bowls played in one city as we turn up our count to 11. What can you expect when the year’s most anticipated NFL event hits the Magic City? From epic concerts in South Beach and celebrity-led festivals in Wynwood and Downtown to watch parties and game-day events across the 305, here’s our guide to the Super Bowl in Miami.
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When is Super Bowl LIV? The 54th annual Super Bowl is February 2, 2020.
Where is Super Bowl LIV? The Super Bowl will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.
Who is playing in Super Bowl LIV? The two NFL teams competing for the national championship has not yet been determined.
Who is performing at Super Bowl LIV? The 54th annual Super Bowl half-time show will feature performances by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, plus several special guests.
Super Bowl in Miami
Planet Pepsi Zero Sugar with Harry Styles
Harry Styles’ post-breakup, sophomore solo effort Fine Line revealed an edgier, more emotional side of the most visible One Direction alum. Catch him headlining Pepsi’s Big Game bash ahead of an official tour stop in Miami later this year. Lizzo and Mark Ronson round out a truly killer lineup.
Super Bowl LIV Weekend at UNKNWN
This high-end shop for sneakerheads and streetwear enthusiasts co-owned by LeBron James aims to be a platform for the community this Super Bowl weekend by fusing fashion, sports, art and culture at its sprawling Wynwood flagship. From Thursday to Saturday, hype beasts, gym rats and cool kids can RSVP to attend a variety of free in-store events, from trendy accessory and plant design workshops to fitness classes and exclusive Nike sneaker drops. 261 NW 26th St
“Welcome to Miami” Kickoff Party with 50 Cent
Wynwood Factory, the latest multi-room, indoor-outdoor party warehouse to hit Wynwood, serves as the backdrop for this star-studded Super Bowl warm-up where legendary sports agent Drew Rosenhaus and rapper 50 Cent split hosting duties.
The Last Bite
Sure, we get the whole thrill of the game thing, but when Super Bowl rolls around each year, we have to confess there’s mainly one thing on our mind: the food. At this first-annual free foodie fiesta on the water co-hosted by Wynwood craft brewery Veza Sur, dig into a massive spread from more than 30 local favorites, from Indian street food and Cuban BBQ to boozy and nitrogen-infused ice cream. You’ll also find more than 15 local artisan pop-up shops, live bands and DJs and lots of lounges along the water at picturesque Regatta Park in Coconut Grove.
Big Game Week: DaBaby
Cleveland born and Charlotte, North Carolina raised DaBaby (otherwise known as Baby Jesus or simply Jonathan Lyndale Kirk) may have gotten a later start compared to some of his peers who’ve cropped up seemingly out of nowhere over the last couple of years, but the 28-year-old rapper closed 2019 with the most entries (22) on the Billboard Hot 100 for the year. Catch the Grammy-nominated artist as he performs as part of party playground E11EVEN’s big Super Bowl pre-game.
Culinary Kickoff at the Big Game
The sixth edition of this annual foodie event running in tandem with Superbowl Weekend lands in South Florida at the newly renovated Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. An impressive roster of celebrity chefs including Charlie Palmer (Aureole NYC), Michael Mina (Bourbon Steak), Michael Voltaggio (Top Chef Season 6 winner) and more are serving up a four-course dinner with wine pairings following a glam cocktail reception. The festivities conclude with a live performance and after-party at the hotel’s sprawling poolside venue, DAER.