9 Super Bowl 2020 Events In South Florida You Don’t Want To Miss

Pregame everyone’s favorite sports game at these events.
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Get ready for the biggest sports weekend of the year with these must-attend Super Bowl 2020 events.

Super Bowl Experience

From Jan. 25 through Jan. 26 and Jan. 29 through Feb. 2, the National Football League is hosting the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Let your football-loving soul run free with hands-on games, youth football clinics, merchandise at the NFL Shop, autograph sessions with NFL players and more at this interactive football theme park. Ticket prices vary; miamibeachconvention.com

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The Sports Power Brunch

On Jan. 29, celebrate the legacies of the most powerful women in the sports industry. Hosted at the American Airlines Arena, The Sports Power Brunch encourages and empowers women in the sports industry to continue flourishing in their sports careers and every other venture. This year’s Trailblazer, Enterprise & Innovation Award and Rising Star Honorees include Terri Carmichael Jackson, executive director for the WNBA Players Association; Gina Scott, vice president of Partner Services for NFL Players Inc.; and Katie Sowers, offensive assistant coach for the San Francisco 49ers. Tickets from $75; sportspowerbrunch.com

Super Fan Fest 2020 

Get ready for a week of pre-Super Bowl festivities at Super Fan Fest in Wynwood from Jan. 30 through Feb. 2. Indulge in your favorite local fare with Miami’s top gourmet food trucks; enjoy 30 on-tap, locally-produced craft brew from Beer Garden; rock out to live music at the Elevate Main Stage featured every day and enter for a chance to win tickets to the VIP Pit; enjoy photo opportunities with a 3D vintage Miami postcard and a Miami Beach lifeguard stand; among many others. Free; superfanfest.com

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Super Clematis by Night

Head to Clematis Street’s free Concert Series on Jan. 30 for the biggest Super Bowl pre-party in Palm Beach County. Dive headfirst into football-themed activities, a turf playing field, marching bands, NFL players and mascots, giveaways and more. All guests are encouraged to arrive decked out in their favorite team jerseys and colors. Free; wpb.org

Gronk Beach

Former Patriots tight end, future Hall of Famer and three-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski knows the importance of a Super Bowl party, and he’s bringing the energy to Miami on Feb. 1 with his own music festival: Gronk Beach. Taking place directly on North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach, the notorious party starter recruited his favorite DJs and hip hop artists to take over the scene, from Diplo and Kaskade to Rick Ross and Flo Rida.  The all-day beach party will also feature luau vibes with tiki bars, Hawaiian barbeque, beach games, fire twirlers, hula dancers and more. Ticket prices vary; gronkbeach.com

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Party with a Purpose by Taste of the NFL

One of the most exciting Super Bowl traditions in South Florida is back and better than ever: Party with a Purpose by Taste of the NFL. The 29th annual fundraising event will take place on Feb. 1 at The Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood. From five-star dining and renowned chefs to NFL stars and coaches, this star-studded event has one goal in mind: supporting the fight against hunger. The 2020 guest hosts for Party with a Purpose include former Dolphins coach Don Shula as the National Honorary Chair; chef Andrew Zimmern as National Culinary Host; chef Adam Richman as the Florida Culinary Host; and Ben Leber as the National Player Host. $700; tasteofthenfl.com

NFL Alumni Official 2020 Super Bowl Game Day Brunch

NFL alumni and renowned football legends are teaming up with JBL by Harman for a Pregame Brunch on Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Cafe. The touchdown-worthy afternoon will include “chalk talks” with football Hall of Fame players and alumni, photo and autograph opportunities, bottomless bloody marys and mimosas, a VIP gift bag and more. Tickets from $500; eventbrite.com

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The only Miami Super Bowl Host Committee sanctioned event will take place in Fort Lauderdale on Friday, Jan. 31 and Saturday, Feb. 1. On Friday night, the LIVe Pep Rally + Concert begins at 4 p.m. with local high school marching band performances. Arrive early to experience the “Taste the Wave Tailgate Zone” with beachside restaurants on Las Olas Festival Streeet. Indulge in Super Bowl snacks from Naked Crab at B Ocean Resort, Tsukuro, Spazio, The Sweet Spot by Cafe Ibiza, Con Murphy’s Ocean Bar & Grill, Bubba Gump Shrimp Company and more. Enjoy a family fun day the following afternoon with a beach sweep; farmers, antiques and artisan market; tailgate games; live music; and more. Free; fridaynightsoundwaves.com/special-events

Big Game Blowout at W Fort Lauderdale

Head to W Fort Lauderdale on Feb. 1 as it transforms its Living Room into a free “Players and Ballers” extravaganza. Guests can enjoy beats by DJ Dirty Dek starting at 10 p.m., as well as enjoy his display of pop art that is temporarily displayed throughout the hotel. There will also be a live street-art show by Swayve Original and delicious specials by Veuve Clicquot. On Super Bowl Sunday, head back to the Living Room for its free “Kick Off Watch Party” starting at 6 p.m. Experience football’s biggest day of the year with several jumbo screens; beer samplings from Concrete Beach Brewery; $35 bucket specials; $6 draft beer; and Super Bowl bites by award-winning chef Stephen Starr. The squad can cheer on their favorite team with multiple jumbo screens— and won’t have to miss a single touchdown. The watch party will also feature beer samplings from Concrete Beach Brewery, $35 bucket specials, $6 draft beer and game-day themed bites by award-winning Chef Stephen Starr. Free; eventbrite.com

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