Super Bowl 2021 in Tampa!
Much has changed locally and globally since Tampa last hosted the championship in 2009. That means planning for an event with much activity centered on downtown, not the stadium.
One of the biggest entertainment spectacles on the planet comes to town next year and while the city has played host to the championship game four times before, the world has changed dramatically. Tampa, too.
By kickoff on Feb. 7, 2021, a decade-long construction boom will have delivered more than $2 billion worth of new hotels, airport renovations, destination parks and ambitious food halls to the bay area. There’s a wholly updated Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, the new Armature Works a redesigned and renamed Sparkman Wharf and — most important — the Tampa Riverwalk.
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