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1/28 2/1: Verizon Super Bowl Central: For families who want to embrace the Super Bowl but can’t shell out $20 $35 per ticket for the NFL Experience, there’s Verizon Super Bowl Central, a free Super Bowl street fair Wednesday Sunday, Jan. 28 Feb. 1 that spans 12 blocks of downtown Phoenix near the Convention Center. This family friendly festival offers free football themed activities, live music, autographs from NFL alumni and nightly fireworks displays. Verizon Super Bowl Central’s main attraction is the Grand Canyon Experience, a gigantic 30 by 100 foot climbing wall with 20 climbing positions and an 18 foot waterfall flowing down the middle. Wednesday, Jan. 28. Verizon Super Bowl Central will also be TV central for networks here during Super Bowl week. Wednesday Friday, Jan. Saturday, Jan. Sunday, Feb. 1. First and Jefferson streets, Phoenix. $5.
1/27 1/2: The NFL Experience Engineered by GMC: This NFL theme park of sorts features more than 50 interactive activities, including football clinics, free autographs from current and former players, photo opportunities with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and skills games. DETAILS: Daily through Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1. Phoenix Convention Center, Third and Washington streets. $35; $20 for age 12 or younger. Family package and military discounts are available.
1/26 2/1: Scottsdale Fan Fest: The free family friendly festival kicks off early, and is home of ESPN’s live broadcast all week long. There’s daily fashion shows, cooking and mixology demonstrations, food trucks,
live music, and yoga classes daily. to watch ESPN shows including “Mike Mike,” “Sportscenter” and “Pardon the Interruption.” Learn how to make the best ribs or mac and cheese, see the latest in couture designs and athletic gear, and get down in a glow in the dark dance party. DETAILS: Daily through Sunday, Feb. 1. North side of Scottsdale Fashion Square, Highland Avenue and Scottsdale Road. Free.
1/27 5/3: Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame: The Pro Football Hall of Fame has loaned 200 of the best of its vast holdings of football artifacts, rare photos and one of a kind documents. Throughout the exhibit, the Hall of Fame has also created a series of interactive exhibits that challenge both mind and body. Throughout the artifact filled Gridiron Glory exhibition will be storylines focusing on the societal impact of the sport and the science behind the game. Inspirational stories of the game’s pioneers, great players, coaches, and circumstances of play will unfold. DETAILS: Through May 3. Sybil B. Harrington Gallery on Level 3 of Arizona Science Center, 600 E. Washington St., Phoenix. Admission to exhibit is $8 for members, $12 for non members. Museum admission is free for members, $16.95 for non members.
Photo: Pro Football Hall of Fame
1/28 2/1: Autograph Signing at Patriots Plaza at CityScape Phoenix: Former NFL players will be signing autographs for fans as part of Verizon Super Bowl Central. On Wednesday there’s a block party, Thursday will feature DJ Dollface, Friday has Rock Lobster, Saturday Smashed will perform and Sunday Metal Head will take the stage. The bar is also home to the Scottsdale Seahawks chapter so fans of the team will want to hang out there on Sunday. Wednesday, Jan. 28 Sunday, Feb. 1. Wasted Grain,
7295 E. Stetson Drive, Scottsdale.
1/29 31: FanFest at Rawhide: This festival will feature a carnival, a beer and wine festival on Saturday, live music and food trucks, Challenge the Pros on Thursday, as well as appearances from NFL current and former players. Thursday, Jan. 29. Friday andSaturday, Jan. 30 31. Rawhide Western Town, 5700 W. North Loop Road, Gila River Reservation. $20 general admission, $15 for carnival and attractions, $40 for beer and wine festival, $20 for Challenge the Pros.
1/29 1/31: Blue Hound Kitchen Cocktails: While the Bud Light House of Whatever is taking over the rest of Hotel Palomar Phoenix, it’s signature restaurant is offering a chic place to get dinner, lunch or drinks while being in the middle of the party, but without having to pay a cover charge. Blue Hound Kitchen Cocktails will be open to the public throughout Super Bowl week for those looking to nosh, and possibly spot some celebrities and football players. A three course full dinner menu will be $65, plus tax and tip. Dinner service is limited to three course dinner reservations only. No a la carte.
From the dining room, you’ll be able to see across to Lucky Strike, Gypsy Bar and Copper Blues, where the NFL is doing a full buyout for the NFL House,
a venue for celebrity and player parties. 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix. Free.
Photo: Michael McNamara/The Republic
1/29 2/1:CAKE TAO Present TAO Takeover at CAKE Nightclub:The popular Las Vegas nightclub will join forces with Scottsdale’s sexiest hot spot, know for the lovely Cake Dolls. On Thursday night, DJs Chuckie and Ruckus will man the turntables. On Friday night, Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrosia will host a party presented by VOCO coconut water. Thursday, Jan. 29 Sunday, Feb. 1. Cake Nightclub, 4426 N. Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale. No cover.
1/29 2/1: Puppy Bowl Caf:
Animal Planet is taking over the casual restaurant The Corner at CityScape and hosting Puppy Bowl XI. Come watch the Ruff vs. Fluff action to find out which team will be victorious with puppies from the Arizona Humane Society. All week, puppies who are available for adoption will be on location, waiting to be played with for free. DETAILS: 6:30 AM for food and beverage. 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix. Free. Stephens DeSoto Six Motorcars building, a former DeSoto dealership. A selection of food trucks along with a beer and wine garden, live music, ping pong, corn hole, and arts and crafts vendors will take over the patio. Proceeds from the bar will go to the Evans Churchill Community Association. The DeSoto should open in mi February with stalls for food, flowers and a meat shop. Chef Stephen Jones will open Yard Bird + The Larder and The Phoenix Oyster Shack. Free. 915 N.
Through 2/2 CitySkate at CityScape Phoenix: CityScape takes over Central Avenue with a larger rink this year it’s 5,442 square feet, compared to 3,996 last year made of real ice. Also new are a Christmas tree in the middle of the rink,
and a free photo booth where skaters can capture the fun.