Fans can attend Super Bowl Opening Night to be there as Super Bowl Players and Coaches Make Their First Public Appearance during Super Bowl Week.
Super Bowl LIV will kick off in Miami at Marlins Park as the venue transforms into a primetime showcase of Super Bowl teams at Super Bowl Opening Night Presented
by Bolt24 on Monday, January 27, 2020. Tickets are
now on sale, fans may purchase tickets at
to be there to help welcome Super Bowl teams to town and get exclusive access to this special media session.
At Super Bowl Opening Night, thousands of media will interview the Super Bowl players and coaches for the first time during their only public appearance in Miami before taking the field for Super Bowl LIV. Opening Night is the only time the two teams will be together in one location prior to the big game.
Super Bowl Opening Night will also feature live entertainment, special appearances and autographs by NFL players and Legends, team mascots, as well as fan photo opportunities and the chance to see Super Bowl players and coaches up close and listen to players answer media’s questions via free radios distributed throughout the venue. Atten1dees will have the chance to win prizes including two tickets to Super Bowl LIV by checking in with the Super Bowl
LIV OnePass app.
“Super Bowl Opening Night officially kicks off the grand finale of the NFL’s 100th season,” said Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business and League Events. “We are thrilled to once again give fans up close access to the Super Bowl players, coaches and media from around the world to officially open Super Bowl Week in Miami.”
Super Bowl Opening Night begins at 7:00 PM ET and will be televised live on NFL Network. Fans in attendance will receive a free radio giving them access to NFL Network coverage and player interviews taking place at the individual podiums. Doors will open at 5:00 PM ET.
Opening Night Tickets All Tickets – General Admission $25 For more information on the event and updates on other Super Bowl LIV celebrations, visit