01 What is the Host Committee?
The Houston Super Bowl Host Committee is the centralized planning entity for Super Bowl LI, and acts as the liaison between the NFL, City of Houston, Harris County and the local community. The Host Committee is a private, non-profit 501(c)(6) Texas Corporation, and is responsible Super Bowl LI festivities and logistics.
02 How can I contact the Host Committee?
03 How can I get involved with the Host Committee?
There are several ways to get involved with the Host Committee. The deadline to register to volunteer has passed, however, we will be hosting a variety of events throughout the winter, leading up to Super Bowl LI. Attending these events, and being a part of the Super Bowl experience is a great way to be involved. Also, please follow us on our social channels on Facebook at Houston Super Bowl LI, and Twitter, Instagram and SnapChat @housuperbowl.
04 When is Super Bowl LI?
Super Bowl LI will take place on February 5, 2017.
01 How can I volunteer for the Host Committee?
The Volunteer positions for the Host Committee are currently filled, however you may, go to the volunteer page, www.housuperbowl.com/volunteer
, and leave your information. The Host Committee is constantly evaluating its volunteer needs leading up to Super Bowl LI. Those that sign up will be placed on a waitlist and will be contacted should we need additional volunteers.
02 Where will volunteers be located during Super Bowl Week?
Volunteers will be located across Houston, in airports, transportation hubs, airports and gathering places, in addition to downtown around the major events like Super Bowl LIVE and the NFL Experience.
03 How can I volunteer to be at Super Bowl LI?
Host Committee volunteers will not be located inside NRG Stadium during Super Bowl LI.
01 How can I get tickets for Super Bowl LI?
The Host Committee has a limited number of hospitality packages available for Super Bowl LI. Purchasing tickets as part of these packages through the Host Committee has several advantages, including:
• Knowing the exact seat for Super Bowl LI at the time of purchase
• VIP hospitality for both pre-game and post-game is available
• Once-in-a-lifetime experiences – some hospitality packages include access to the field after Super Bowl LI
• Security of Purchase, knowing your tickets are authentic
Those who are interested in purchasing hospitality packages can contact Pam Jarrett at email@example.com.
02 How can I watch the game if I don’t have a ticket to Super Bowl LI?
The game will be broadcast by Fox Sports.
01 Where can I see maps and get information on how to get around during Super Bowl Week?
National Anthem and Halftime Show
01 How can I, or my organization perform at the Super Bowl?
The Host Committee play no role in any pregame, halftime or postgame performances. Those interested in performing at Super Bowl LI should contact the NFL directly.
01 What is the Touchdown Tour? Will it stop in my neighborhood?
The Touchdown Tour, the Host Committee’s traveling exhibition designed to bring the excited of Super Bowl LI to Houston area neighborhoods, will make several stops throughout fall and into January at parks across Houston. Each stop on the Touchdown Tour is scheduled from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and is free to the public. CLICK HERE
for a complete schedule.
01 Can I schedule TD to make an appearance at my event?
TD, the Host Committee mascot, is available for public appearances between now and Super Bowl LI. If you are interested in scheduling an appearance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
House or Condo
01 I have a house/condo/apartment to rent during the Super Bowl. Where do I go to list it?
The Host Committee does not list available spaces to stay during Super Bowl LI, nor does it make recommendations for places to search.