Jan 26, 2022

Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee and LA Metro Team Up to Deliver Safe, Discounted Access to Super Bowl Experience

The Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) are teaming up to deliver guests up to 50% off their admission price for the Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s event in Downtown, a unique fan experience leading up to Super Bowl LVI. The partnership is designed to encourage guests to take full advantage of the LA area’s robust mix of transportation offerings to facilitate safe and reliable navigation throughout the city.

Thousands of guests are expected to visit the Los Angeles area the week of the Super Bowl, each with unique transportation needs. The Los Angeles area offers a full menu of transit options – including bus, rail, and more – to accommodate their movement around the city. Limited parking availability means strong planning will be essential to ensure a seamless and accessible experience for fans.

“We look forward to delivering an unforgettable, first-rate Super Bowl experience,” said Kathryn Schloessman, CEO, Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee. “That starts with ensuring fans have the resources necessary to safely and effectively navigate the city, from utilizing the LA Metro to navigate Downtown to the fan shuttle service at SoFi Stadium on gameday.”

Transportation preparedness will be especially important for fans visiting the Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s, taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Downtown. The event offers fans an authentic professional football experience, including opportunities for player autographs, photos with the Vince Lombardi trophy, interactive games, sponsor displays and giveaways, youth football clinics, and the NFL Shop presented by Visa.

Fans are highly encouraged to take full advantage of LA Metro, particularly when attending events in Downtown, where public parking is limited. Fans should be aware that the Convention Center’s West Hall, South Hall, and Venice Parking Garages will be unavailable for public parking from Friday, February 4 through Monday, February 14. The Host Committee has provided a list of Downtown Los Angeles parking options.

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