COVID-19 safety precautions for Super Bowl LV
Maintain at least 6ft of distance from those around you whether you're in one of our parks, in the Stadium, or anywhere else in our city. Six-foot physical distancing markers will be displayed throughout common areas inside and outside of Super Bowl Experience and Raymond James Stadium. Remember, we're in this together so make sure to be respectful of other fans and their space.
Facial coverings will be mandatory for everyone (fans and staff) and must be worn at all times (other than while eating or drinking), including in security lines. Note: Bandanas, face coverings with a vent, or a plastic shield without a face covering underneath are not permissible for use at Super Bowl Experience or Raymond James Stadium. Wearing a face covering not only helps to protect you but also other fans, so be a good teammate.
Hand sanitizer will be readily available for your use throughout Super Bowl Experience and Raymond James Stadium, and fans are encouraged to use it regularly.
Downtown Transportation Options
- Dale Mabry Highway and Himes Avenue Full Road Closures for Super Bowl LV
- Update #1 - Downtown Road/Lane Closures for the Super Bowl LV
- Downtown Road/Lane Closures for the Super Bowl LV
- Raymond James Stadium Area Road/Lane Closures for the Super Bowl LV
- Raymond James Stadium Area Lane Closures for the Super Bowl
- Downtown Lane Closures for the Super Bowl
Super Bowl Shuttle
To help fans avoid traffic and move quickly around the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s campus, the City of Tampa, Armature Works, CW’s Gin Joint, and Tampa Downtown Partnership have teamed up to provide the FREE Super Bowl Shuttle. The ADA-compliant shuttle service will stop near 9 popular points of interest throughout downtown and Tampa Heights. The Super Bowl Shuttle will operate February 3-6, 2021 from 11am to 11pm with service approximately every 15 minutes. Masks are required at all times when riding on the Super Bowl Shuttle.
For additional transportation information, please visit the Tampa Bay LV website.
Super Bowl Shuttle Stops
Whiting Street, just west of Franklin Street
Access to: Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Technology Village, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa Riverwalk, local bites and brews, Fort Brooke Parking Garage
Tampa Street, just north of Twiggs Street
Access to: CW’s Gin Joint, Tampa Theatre, Joe Chillura Courthouse Square, local bites and brews
Florida Avenue, just north of Scott Street
Access to: Marion Street Transit Center, Oaklawn Cemetery, local bites and brews, Scott Street Parking Lot
7th Avenue, just west of Franklin Street
Access to: Local bites and brews
Highland Ave, just south of 7th Ave
Access to: Armature Works, Tampa Riverwalk, Water Works Park, local bites and brews
Doyle Carlton Drive, just north of Laurel Street
Access to: Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, Tampa Riverwalk
Doyle Carlton Drive, just north of MacInnes Place
Access to: Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Tampa Riverwalk, Museums
Tampa Street, just north of Polk Street
Access to: Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, Museums, local bites and brews, Poe Parking Garage, Royal Regional Parking Lot
Tampa Street, just south of Kennedy Blvd
Access to: Lykes Gaslight Square Park, Unlock Tampa Bay Visitors Center, Tampa Riverwalk, local bites and brews
Major Events Centralized Permitting Guide
See our permitting guide for major events, alcohol and beverage, banners, pyrotechnics, food trucks, street closures and more.
The days leading up Super Bowl LV will be filled with events attracting many visitors to the City of Tampa. The events will expose the City to television viewers nationally and internationally, and the events are projected to have a major economic impact on our community.
Given the large scale of the events and the large number of people attending or participating in the events, it is in the best interest of the City and its citizens to regulate the areas which are in proximity to or impacted by the events to keep everyone safe and our City looking its best.
To preserve the public health, safety and welfare of all citizens, visitors and participants as well as the aesthetic conditions of the area, a temporary Event Zone will be established in and around official Super Bowl LV events beginning on January 28, 2021 and continuing through February 9, 2021.
Downtown Event Zone
Raymond James Stadium Event Zone
Event Zone Frequently Asked Questions
The event zone is a geographically defined area around official Super Bowl LV events, which is designed to preserve the health, safety and welfare of all citizens, visitors and participants as well as the aesthetic qualities of the area and flow of people and goods.
The Event Zone begins on January 28, 2021 and continues through February 9, 2021.
The Event Zone ordinance prohibits temporary outdoor activities, tents/structures, signage and commercial promotional activities within the right-of-way.
Commercial activities, including the distribution, sale or provision of commercial handbills, circulars, cards, posters, pamphlets, brochures or booklets, product or merchandise of any kind (whether free or not), service or coupons (otherwise referred to as sampling) and other promotional giveaways or commercial enterprises on a public street, sidewalk, public right-of-way, or any other City-owned property
The ordinance also regulates temporary outdoor activities on private property. These regulations reinforce existing land use permitting requirements concerning temporary structures, signage, alcohol, and site plan.
A map with the Event Zone boundaries can be accessed on this page. (above)
Operations, signage and marketing plans should be submitted for prior approval if your event falls within the Event Zone. City land development will need to review any proposed temporary activities on private property.
Official NFL partners may be exempt from the requirements of the Event Zone. Prior approval by the NFL must be received for this exemption to be in effect.
A violation of the Ordinance will result in an immediate citation for a fine in the amount of four hundred and fifty dollars ($450.00). Each subsequent violation of this ordinance shall constitute a separate offense and result in a separate citation for a fine in the amount of four hundred and fifty dollars ($450.00). Fines assessed shall be in addition to the abatement of the violating condition, any injunctive relief, or revocation of any permit or license. The proper officers and employees of the City are hereby authorized to do all things necessary and proper to carry out the provisions of the Ordinance
What specific exterior branding is limited at these venues? Are welcome signs/directionals considered exterior branding?
- No more than two (2) exterior facing signs
- Exterior signs can be no larger than 6 square feet of area
- Signs shall not be lighted or illuminated
Welcome signs and directionals must also meet the above requirements. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to:
- Inflatables, cold air balloons, banners, pennants, flags, building wraps, A-Fame signs, projected image signs, electronic variable message signs, and light emitting diode signs of any kind of a commercial nature and viewable from public property or right of way.