The Super Bowl will be played Sunday, February 7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The game will air on CBS, with kickoff just after 6 p.m. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs will compete for the Lombardi Trophy.
At this time, attendance of about 20,000 will be allowed. What we can also tell you (from the Raymond James Stadium website) is this:
A no bag policy is in effect for all events at Raymond James Stadium. Guests are only permitted to bring in one clutch purse no larger than 4.5” by 6.5”. Please return all other bags to your vehicles or take advantage of the storage lockers available for rent on Tom McEwen Blvd, south of Gate C.
Face coverings will be mandatory for anyone, 5 years of age or older and must be worn at all times (other than while actively eating or drinking). All face coverings must cover nose and mouth.
Tailgating and recreational activities (throwing footballs, etc.) are not allowed.
Guests or pods of guests must maintain six foot distancing to the extent that physical distancing is possible. All retail & food/beverage locations will be cashless. Reverse ATMs will be available at select locations to convert cash to a universal use visa value card.
Pepsi, the NFL and Roc Nation announced The Weeknd will perform during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show. The Weeknd has amassed a global fanbase, become a multi-award winning artist, and recently, was named one of the most influential people of 2020 by Time Magazine. The Weeknd is known for his genre-bending music and redefining storytelling, both sonically and visually. (Source: NFL Website)
From the City of Tampa: N Boulevard between W Main Street and W Cypress Street from 6:00 a.m., Saturday, January 23 to midnight, Thursday, February 11.
W Gasparilla Plaza between W Cass Street and N Ashley Drive from 6:00 a.m., Saturday, January 23 to midnight, Thursday, February 11.
W Laurel Street between N Boulevard and Doyle Carlton Drive from 6:00 a.m., Monday, January 25 to midnight, Wednesday, February 10.
Barricades and signs will be in place to assist with traffic flow. Please use caution while driving in the area. Modifications may be necessary during the closure.
Four times: Super Bowl XVIII (Raiders beat Redskins), Super Bowl XXV (Giants beat Bills) Super Bowl XXXV (Ravens beat Giants), Super Bowl XLIII (Steelers beat Cardinals). The first two of those were at the former Tampa Stadium - affectionately referred to as the "Big Sombrero." The third and fourth Super Bowl games were at RayJay.
We've posted a story about this above but will link it here also. The Tampa Riverwalk and Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park are transforming to host events. Check out photos and more details here.
The fifth Super Bowl - or Super Bowl V - was the first to use Roman numerals. Roman numerals were retroactively added to the first four events, and Roman numerals have been used ever since.