Houston Super Bowl Brings In $347 Million Net Impact On CityThe Houston Super Bowl Committee commissioned a study to see the economic impact the Big Game had on the city for the 2017 Super Bowl. On Thursday they released the results from that report to show the city benefitted from a $347 million net impact.
ZZ Top & The Suffers Headline Super Bowl LI PerformersA tremendous mix of musical styles and genres will take the main stage of Super Bowl LIVE over the course of the nine days. The Host Committee focused on local Houston and Texas acts to feature on the main stage. Taking the main stage on Saturday, Feb. 4, the day before the Super Bowl, will be ZZ TOP, Gary Clark Jr. and The Suffers.
Super Bowl LI Touchdown Tour Heading To Constellation FieldFor the next six months the city of Houston will be preparing for the biggest week in sports when Super Bowl LI comes to Houston. One thing the Super Bowl Host committee is doing is what is called the Touchdown Tour. They will be taking a one-of-a-kind Super Bowl fan experience all over Houston.
Houston Super Bowl Committee Debuts Plans For "Super Bowl LIVE"Super Bowl LIVE is now the official name of the 10-day fan festival in downtown Houston leading up to Super Bowl LI, the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee announced Tuesday. The festival, a free event with music, food, games and attractions, will be located in downtown Houston in and around Discovery Green Park.
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Houston Super Bowl Host Committee Mascot To Make First AppearanceThe Houston Super Bowl Host Committee is getting ready to get a 'TD'. TD is the name of the mascot for the 51st Super Bowl which will be held in Houston on February 5th, 2017. The mascot will be unveiled at the Mascot vs. Media Challenge at the Chevron Houston Marathon.
Mayor Parker Ready For Super Bowl LI: 'Bring It On'Mayer Annise Parker, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett, Houston Super Bowl Committee Chairman Ric Campo, and Texans team president Jamey Rootes toasted to their successful Super Bowl campaign on Wednesday.