Super Bowl LVI Experience at the Los Angeles Convention Center

Los Angeles, CA – The National Football League is set to showcase the ultimate fan Super Bowl LVI Experience with festivities and NFL player appearances at the Los Angeles Convention Center Saturday, Feb. 5 at 1 p.m.

“We haven’t been here since 1993 so we are excited to be here. We are excited to preview the Super Bowl Experience which is the interactive football festival for fans of all ages,” said Nicki Ewell, Senior Director of Events for the NFL.

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The festivities range from player autographs, photo opportunities with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, interactive games, sponsor displays, giveaways, clinics, and the NFL Shop.

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“We will certainly have players from various teams from around the league, legends, and hall of famers making appearances,” said Ewell.

Super Bowl XXXIV Champion and legendary Ram Torry Holt will debut the Lombardi trophy on Saturday, Feb. 5.

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The full collection of the 55 Super Bowl rings will be on display.

Fans have the chance to race in the 40-yard dash, test their skills with a field goal kick, drop back a pass in the Two-minute Drill, stop by NFL Training Camp and much more.

“There’s certainly something for everybody. Games, clinics, merch, Instagrammable moments. We’re excited to welcome you,” said Ewell.

The NFL OnePass App is required for entry. The app has the list of all player appearances attending the event. Fans who download and register for the app will also be entered for a chance to win two tickets to Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, Feb. 13.

Tickets are $20 this weekend Saturday, Feb. 5 and Sunday, Feb. 6 for adults 13 and over. Tickets will then increase to $40 Thursday, Feb. 10 – Saturday, Feb. 12 for adults 13 and over.

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Children 12 and under can attend for free every day.

“In LA County, we are excited to welcome you this weekend,” said Ewell. “This is your weekend to come if you are an Angeleno.”

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