TAMPA, Fla. — Just like players on the field, football fans needed to move fast to make reservations for entrance into the NFL Super Bowl Experience in Tampa Bay.
On Wednesday, the NFL announced that all reservation slots had been filled and no additional time slots would be available.
Due to do the pandemic, a reservation system for the experience at Julian B. Lane Park was established to limit capacity and ensure safety protocols.
The NFL Super Bowl Experience kicks off Friday, January 29, and will be open until Sunday, January 31. It reopens on Wednesday, February 3, and ends Saturday, February 6.
The NFL says other Super Bowl events at Curtis Hixon Park and Technology Village do not require tickets. Visitors can expect live music at Curtis Hixon Park and fireworks shows at 9:30 p.m. on both Friday the 5th and Saturday the 6th.
In all, events will stretch for nearly three miles all the way to Sparkman’s Wharf.
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