The main stage during the Super Bowl in 2015. In 2023, a Super Bowl outdoor festival will take place at Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix. (Photo: Fara Illich)

The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee announced plans to develop a free, multi-day, outdoor festival that will take place the week leading up to Super Bowl LVII at Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix.

Fans from across the state — and the world — get ready to enjoy live music, local food and more in the heart of the Valley.

“We are thrilled to showcase Arizona and celebrate the Super Bowl by offering a free festival for all to enjoy. This stop on local and visiting fans’ Super Bowl journey will be an experience that will highlight our state’s diverse and vibrant culture,” Jay Parry, president & CEO of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, said in a press release.

Wait, there’s more!

In addition to the multi-day free fan festival at Margaret T. Hance Park, the NFL’s Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s will take place at the Phoenix Convention Center.

According to the press release, the NFL’s Super Bowl Experience will offer fans the opportunity to collect autographs from current NFL players and legends, participate in interactive games, youth football clinics and more.

Super Bowl LVII kicks off February 12, at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale.

More details on fan access, tickets, and hours of operation will be posted on SuperBowl.com in the coming months.