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ATLSuperBowl53.com will house all pertinent information leading up to Super Bowl LIII including: events, entertainment options  and all Know Before You Go information.

Events open to the public

o Opening Night Fueled by Gatorade: January 28 at State Farm Arena (ticketed event)

o Super Bowl Experience Driven by Hyundai: January 26 through February 2 at Georgia World Congress Center Building B (ticketed event)

o Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon: January 26-28, January 31-February 2 at Centennial Olympic Park (free event)

Around town

What better way to kick off the Big Game weekend than hanging with NFL legends? On Friday, Feb. 1, World of Coca-Cola will host a “Champions Chat” featuring none other than “Mean” Joe Greene and Carl Banks, moderated by Desmond Howard. Fans won’t want to miss these three former NFL champions swapping stories from the glory days, commenting on this year’s match-up and answering questions from the audience. The event will take place from 2:15 to 3 p.m. and is free with general admission tickets to the attraction.

Transportation:

MARTA

  • Locals are encouraged to ride MARTA wherever possible (through February 4)
  • MARTA offers direct service to all Super Bowl event venues
  • Extended rail and bus service hours during the 10-day period surrounding Super Bowl LIII:
  • Tuesday, January 29 – Friday, February 1 — Rail service will start at 4 a.m. one hour earlier       and Bus service will run on its regular schedule
  • Friday, February 1, at 4 a.m. – Tuesday, February 5, at 2 a.m. — Rail service will run continuously, 24 hours a day while Bus service on routes 15, 39, 83 and 96 will run continuously, 24 hours a day. 
  • The Streetcar will operate on its regular schedule with an additional vehicle on Super Bowl Sunday
  • Riders can use one of two apps available from MARTA: MARTA On The Go, which offers real-time service information to plan your commute; or MARTA See & Say, used for reporting suspicious activity.
  • MARTA parking is first-come, first-served
  • MARTA offers free daily parking at 23 stations
  • Nine stations have long-term parking for a fee. There are approximately 22,000 parking spaces available throughout the system

Rideshare

  • Consider rideshare and flex time across metro Atlanta
  • Encourage locals to come downtown and experience Super Bowl LIII
  • Specific pick up and drop off locations around campus: January 26-February 2: Centennial Olympic Park Drive, in front of CNN Center
  • Gameday — February 3: Centennial Olympic Park Drive, in front of CNN Center and the NAPA Yellow Lot (for drop off only). Pick up is to be confirmed.
  • ATLSuperBowl53.com will house the latest information

Parking

  • Note: Many parking lots around the stadium will operate differently during Super Bowl week due to security restrictions and operating as compound space. Please make all parking plans before leaving home
  • Parking in the downtown area is extremely limited
  • Pre-purchase parking through ParkSuperBowl.com
  • Super Bowl LIII Parking Hotline (404) 223-8327 or sbtransportinfo@gmail.com

Pedestrian

  • Downtown Atlanta’s campus is walkable (less than 1 mile from the Georgia World Congress Center to the Marriott Marquis on the opposite side of downtown and 400 yards from CNN MARTA Station to Super Bowl LIVE in Centennial Olympic Park)
  • There will be no direct access to Super Bowl LIVE or Super Bowl Experience from Northside Drive.

ADA

  • ADA parking is offered in select lots. A state-issued ADA tag must accompany your ADA parking permit, and the person to whom the tag is issued must be present in the vehicle
  • Once you have purchased an ADA parking permit, you will be contacted by the NFL Mobility Assistance Team to determine your needs once parked. The Mobility Assistance Team will be onsite on gameday, and available in select stadium lots, to help anyone with mobility needs get from their car to their seats
  • For ADA related questions, please call (404) 223-8326 or email superbowlada@gmail.com

Road Closures

  • From Monday, January 21 through Friday, February 8: Baker St. NW will be closed between Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW and Luckie St. NW.
  • From Monday, January 21 through Thursday, February 7:  Mitchell St. SW will be closed between MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South) to Elliot St SW.
  • Mangum St. will be closed between Markham St to Foundry St.
  • MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South) will be closed between Northside Dr. NW to Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW.
  • From Wednesday, January 23 through Thursday, February 7: Andrew Young International Blvd. NW. will be closed between Marietta St. NW and Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW.
  • From the 1am Friday, February 1 through 7 p.m. Sunday, February 3Peachtree Street will be closed around the Fox Theatre between Ponce de Leon Ave. and 3rd Street
  • On Saturday, February 2: Full closures of 3rd street and Ponce de Leon Ave between Peachtree and West Peachtree
  • From the Evening of Saturday, February 2 through morning of Monday, February 4: Northside Dr. NW. will be closed between Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd NW. and MLK Jr. Dr. SW. (South)

Updates to come.

What You Need To Know Now: Super Bowl LIII Fan Facts was originally published on atlantadailyworld.com

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