Why attend the 2019 Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl is considered by some to be an unofficial American holiday, deemed the familiar term “Super-Bowl Sunday.” The culmination of the National Football League (or the NFL)’s regular season, the Super Bowl has been the most-watched American television broadcast frequently over the years and is among the most-watched sporting events in the world. The Big Game has taken place annually since 1967.
As of today, the Pittsburgh Steelers hold the most Super Bowl Championship titles and NFL players, Charles Haley and Tom Brady - each with five Super Bowl rings - hold the record for the most rings won by single players.
Almost as important as the game itself; the commercials. Because a large portion of the world is tuned into the Super Bowl each year, companies develop their most expensive advertisements solely for this broadcast. Along with some of the best football, viewers look forward to the game’s famous pre-game halftime shows featuring live performances from various well-renowned artists.
The only thing better than watching the Super Bowl through live broadcast is watching it live and in person.