Be a part of the action during the Super Bowl’s Media Day, and watch players be interviewed and prepare for the game.
Downtown Phoenix’s Verizon Super Bowl Central will be the hub of fan, media and sponsor activity from January 28 through February 1, 2015.
The Phoenix Festival of the Arts takes over Margaret T. Hance Park this weekend.
Valley Metro offers a 7-Day transit pass for those looking for convenient ways to get around Phoenix during the Super Bowl.
Tickets for the NFL’s interactive theme park, more than 850,000 square feet at the Phoenix Convention Center, go on sale this week.
The Phoestivus open-air market returns to the Phoenix Public Market for two nights of holiday shopping and cheer.
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and First Solar, Inc. unveiled the First Solar Countdown Clock in the heart of Super Bowl Central.
The home of the Phoenix Suns, Arizona Rattlers and Phoenix Mercury will now be known as the Talking Stick Resort Arena.
Mickey Mouse will serve as grand marshal for this year’s APS Electric Light Parade.
For one night only, visit the historic Luhrs Building and experience Phoenix history through the work of downtown artist Randy Slack.