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40+ Awesome Places to Watch the Super Bowl40+ Awesome Places to Watch the Super Bowl
By - posted 1/31/2020
Super Bowl

Drop those sad chips and guac and come out to cheer on the 49ers as they take on the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV with your fellow fans at some of the most fun spots in San Francisco and beyond. Funcheap has put together a guide to the best deals, the more...

Bay Area Lights Up for the NinersBay Area Lights Up for the Niners
By - posted 1/31/2020
Super Bowl

The 49ers are heading to the Super Bowl and around The Bay, our landmarks are lighting up in red and gold to celebrate. Snap a photo of these iconic buildings lighting up in Niners colors and cheer them on against the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2, 2020. more...

Check Out San Jose's Brand New 49ers MuralCheck Out San Jose’s Brand New 49ers Mural
By - posted 1/30/2020
Murals, Super Bowl

San Jose has brand new mural dedicated to the 49ers. Street art collective, The Illuminaries, was commissioned by the 49ers for this epic mural. The mural, “Faithful to The Bay,” is located on the side of World of Sports Memorabilia.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Javier Cervantes (@javic408) on more...

Super Bleh
By - posted 2/5/2016
Super Bowl

It’s a Big Expensive Super Bowl Party and We’ll Cry if We Want To Almost everything surrounding Super Bowl 50 (other than the super corporate “Super Bowl City” which clogs up traffic) like the ridiculously elaborate pre-parties like Rolling Stone magazine’s annual party at the Design Center or the Playboy party in AT&T Park’s more...

“Puppy Bowl” Comes to SF
By - posted 2/2/2016
Super Bowl

Broncos vs. Panthers? Forget that… What about Schnauzers vs. Boxers? Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” is coming to San Francisco during Super Bowl week and you can watch it live in person from February 4-7, 2016 at Gott’s Roadside in the Ferry Building. While the actual Puppy Bowl XII broadcast was filmed in more...

Super Bowl City vs. Homeless Tent City
By - posted 2/2/2016
Super Bowl

Mayor Ed Lee told the homeless they “have to leave” for the Super Bowl. This is a protest to say, “Hey Mayor Ed Lee, No Penalties for Poverty.” Come out in your red & gold Niners colors to #TackleHomelessness at this protest Super Bowl Protest to Tackle Homelessness Wednesday, February 3, 2016 – 4:30 pm Sinbad’s more...

Fireworks Spectacular & Free Chris Isaak Concert
By - posted 1/30/2016
Super Bowl

Our favorite son (he’s from Stockton, but we’ll take him), crooner Chris Isaak performs a free concert in downtown SF at “Super Bowl City” along with the official re-lighting of the Bay Lights and a special pre Super Bowl fireworks show. Super Bowl City Opening Night Celebration Saturday, January 30, 2016 | more...

Your Epic Super Bowl 50 Events Guide
By - posted 1/27/2016
Super Bowl

Funcheap wants to make sure you’re ready for Super Bowl madness to take over San Francisco as the Broncos take on the Panthers. If you think the Bay is usually hopping on the Big Game, just wait until it actually comes to town. We’ve put together a list of all the awesome official happenings more...

How to Tackle Super Bowl 50 Traffic & Street Closures
By - posted 1/27/2016
Super Bowl

It’s time to tuck your cars into garages and non-metered parking spots for a long winter’s nap. KRON4 says it’s a “nightmare for commuters,” But on the bright side, KGO says “Traffic to get worse.” From January 23rd to February 12th, street closures in preparation for very important and not at all more...

“Super Bowl City” Free Fan Village Opens
By - posted 1/25/2016
Fairs & Festivals, Super Bowl

Super Bowl City is a free-to-the-public fan village designed to celebrate the milestone Super Bowl 50 and serve as the hub of fan activities from Saturday, January 30 through Sunday, February 7, 2016. Centered in Justin Herman Plaza, on the Embarcadero at the foot of San Francisco’s famed Market Street, Super Bowl City will showcase the more...

49ers Lowrider Super Bowl Parade
By - posted 2/3/2013
Super Bowl

Win or lose, the 49er faithful will be out in full force after the game, especially San Francisco’s lowrider community. After the game, expect a parade about 30+ lowriders all decked out with everything from flags, decals, fuzzy dice and blowup linebackers and riding up and down 24th Street in more...

Super Bowl 2013 | “Where to Watch” SF Bar Guide
By - posted 2/3/2013
Super Bowl

For the first time since 1994, the Niners are back in the Super Bowl. But with the Giants winning the World Series twice in three years, the city’s bars, concert halls and movie theaters have had lots of practice throwing awesome game watch parties. Super Bowl XLVII San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore more...