ESPN To Host Tailgate In Scottsdale For Super Bowl In February
The Super Bowl is returning to the Valley of the Sun and fun events will be scheduled all throughout the city to celebrate the anticipation of the big game.
ESPN recently announced plans to host the Historic Old Town ESPN Main Street Tailgate event in Scottsdale prior to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale.
The tailgating event is said to be a five-day Old West-style football pre-game party, that will be fun for all ages.
The festivities will kick off on Wednesday, February 8, through Sunday, February 12 and run 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Main Street between Scottsdale Road and Brown Avenue in Old Town, Scottsdale.
The event will serve as a backdrop for much of the network’s pre-game coverage of Super Bowl LVII, which will be played at State Farm Stadium.
Several television programs will be broadcasted live from Historic Old Town ESPN, such as NFL Live and Sunday NFL Countdown.
“Scottsdale will be the stage for ESPN’s broadcasts during one of the busiest sports weeks of the year,” says Mayor David D. Ortega. “Historic Old Town is the ideal showcase — the perfect blend of historic southwestern charm and modern appeal. Residents and visitors alike will love the ESPN experience located on Main St. surrounded by our vibrant arts and world-class shopping and dining.”
Guests that attend can plan to enjoy games and live performances from local favorites including The Singing Cowboy Gary Sprague.
Click here for more information. The event is open for all ages.