Miami is on the Clock for Super Bowl LIV, and the Community is Ready to Invite the World to Live It Miami
To officially start the clock, “LIVE IT MIAMI” colors will light up South Florida from Palm Beach to Miami Gardens to South Beach and Downtown Miami
Feb 05, 2019
On Monday, Feb. 4, as the sun went down, the lights went up on iconic landmarks across South Florida. The buildings featured the colors of the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee’s campaign.
Buildings participating in the regional show of support included:
· Palm Beach Gardens Bridge
· Palm Beach County Cultural Council
· Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
· Freedom Tower
· Government Center Station
· Hotel Intercontinental
· One Biscayne Tower
· Southeast Financial Center
· Miami Tower
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The lighting of South Florida landmarks is part of the Host Committee Super Bowl LIV “LIVE IT MIAMI” campaign efforts launch yesterday after the NFL’s Handoff Ceremony in Atlanta. Here is a link to the Super Bowl LIV hype video featuring Pitbull, and additional information on the LIVE IT MIAMI campaign.
The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee brings together our community’s top local business leaders, community representatives, tourism officials and football personnel around a common cause – making Super Bowl LIV a historic experience both for visitors and for locals across South Florida. On February 2, 2020, South Florida will host its record-breaking 11th game at the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium. Additionally, Super Bowl LIV will mark the culmination of the 100th season anniversary of the NFL, and will feature special events and activities throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties as part of the festivities. For more information, visit www.MIASBLIV.com.Back to Newsroom