The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled what will be called Super Bowl Live presented by Verizon on Nicollet. Super Bowl Live will be a 10-day fan festival, free and open to the public leading up to Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4. Super Bowl Live will feature something for everyone, including free live concerts, national broadcast activations, food and fun, with nods to winter that showcase Minnesota’s authentic Bold North brand.

Super Bowl Live will take place Friday, January 26 through Sunday, February 4. Hours vary for weekdays (4 pm-10 pm) and weekends (10 am-10 pm), with activities running 12 pm-3 pm on Super Bowl Sunday.

There will be concerts throughout the run and special activities like nightly Drum Down The Sun ceremonies, major networks hosting live broadcasts at their respective booths, snow globes, ice sculptures and more.

Super Bowl LII will feature the most urban campus in Super Bowl history, with several major fan activations within a one mile radius in downtown Minneapolis. Super Bowl Live will stretch six blocks of Nicollet and is a short walking distance to Super Bowl Experience at the Minneapolis Convention Center and U.S. Bank Stadium.

For more information, visit www.mnsuperbowl.com.