On February 4, 2007 when the referee blows his whistle and the football is kicked into the air, 75,000 fans will focus on football. Of course 100 million of us will be glued to our television sets waiting to be entertained by the Superbowl commercials.
Before and after the big game in Miami, however, this city will entertain fans with its pulsating Latin clubs, famous restaurants, and tropical beaches. From Miami Vice to CSI Miami, this city offers variety and spice that is unique to any worldwide destination.
Super Bowl activities being January 29th at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, with Hootie & the Blowfish. Dozens of other events are planned throughout game week, including Super Saturday Blast on Biscayne and a pep rally at Bicentennial Park on February 3rd that ends with fireworks.
If football and crowds aren't for you, plan to visit Miami later in February or March. It will still have its "game face" on, but the throngs will have moved on.