The National Football League has set Feb. 4, 2018 as the date for Super Bowl LII, to be played in Minnesota’s new U.S. Bank Stadium.
“Super Bowl LII is our opportunity to showcase Minnesota to the world; all that life in the Bold North has to offer, and our incredible hospitality,” Maureen Hooley Bausch, CEO of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee said. “While our bold new stadium plays host to the biggest event of the year, our community will host thousands of members of the media and more than a million visitors throughout the 10 days of festivities leading up to the Big Game.”
Planning is well underway to welcome more than one million visitors to ten days of public festivities throughout the region, culminating with Super Bowl Sunday.
The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee will count down to Super Bowl LII with 52 weeks of activities, starting immediately after Super Bowl LI, to be played in Houston on February 5, 2017.