After nearly two years of planning, the Super Bowl party in Indianapolis is finally ready to get started. The Super Bowl Village is nearing its final preparations, and will officially open on Thursday. Fans from all over the country — particularly those from New York and Boston — will descend upon Downtown Indy over the next few days, with things ramping up as we close in on Sunday, February 5. Here at BroadRippleTickets.com we’ve spent the week last few weeks detailing Super Bowl Concerts, Super Bowl Events, and Super Bowl Parties, and if there’s anything you need to purchase tickets for during the week, including Super Bowl XLVI Tickets, let us be your local Indy Ticket Broker.
Speaking of the actual game, Patriots vs. Giants Part Deux will be as hyped as any Super Bowl in recent memory, and this may be the rare instance where the game actually lives up to the hype. That’s because both teams feature superstar QBs, and styles of play that contrast perfectly — the Patriots with their prolific passing attack, and the Giants with disruptive pass rush.
For fans not able to get into Lucas Oil Stadium on game day, there will still be plenty of options Downtown and in Broad Ripple to watch the historic matchup, but you’ll want to make sure to get reservations as early as possible. That goes for anything you want to do during Super Bowl Week really, as the congestion at restaurants in bars is going to be unfathomable for those who live in, or have visited Indianapolis previously.