Super Bowl LIV

South Florida Gears Up for the Return of the "Big Game" at Hard Rock Stadium on February 2, 2020

The National Football League is bringing Super Bowl, the most prolific sporting event in the country, back to South Florida, February 2, 2020, for a triumphant eleventh time in its 54 year history.  


January 30: Players & Ponies, Gulfstream Park
Enjoy a day of horse racing and mingling with A-List athletes, benefiting the After the Impact Foundation.


January 31-February 1: Raised in the 9[54], Las Olas Oceanside Park, Fort Lauderdale beach 
A celebration of the next generation of stars both on and off the field. Themed as Raised in the 9[54], the two-day, free-to-the-public Friday Night LIVE Concert from 4-10 PM and Saturday Family Fun Day from 9 AM – 4 PM, place focus on the strong ties Broward County has with the NFL.

 954 raised in the 954

January 31: Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson Celebrity Superslam Charity Basketball Game, Nova Southeastern University 
A fun-filled celebrity game of hoops for the entire family. Join Ochocinco and his celebrity friends as they come together for a great cause, the Irie Foundation.

Celebrity Slam

February 1: "The Night Before," with the Zac Brown Band, BB&T Center
One of the most highly anticipated events leading up to the Big Game, "The Night Before" kicks off the sports festivities in South Florida with the Zac Brown Band. 

Night Before

February 1: 2020 Super Bowl Breakfast, The Diplomat Beach Resort, Hollywood
Featuring the presentation of the Bart Starr Award, created to honor the NFL player who best exemplifies outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community. 

SB Breakfast

February 1: Taste of the NFL, The Diplomat Beach Resort, Hollywood
The annual strolling wine and food event features a chef from each NFL city serving their signature dish alongside a current or alumni NFL player.


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*The Sustainable Events Network, Florida & Caribbean (SENFC) is assisting the NFL with their Sustainability and Zero Waste goals for Super Bowl LIV. SENFC's sustainability efforts involve the game and everything relating to the week-long activities. We hope you will engage in sustainability and food rescue initiatives for all events relating to the Super Bowl. If you have relationships with food pantries or agencies, please contact them to get involved. If you need some assistance, contact Francis Purvey at SENFC ( or 954-778-3228). They will be happy to help guide your effort with food rescue partners including Feeding South Florida and Food Rescue US.