Welcome to the Big Apple!
New York and New Jersey are proud to host the Super Bowl this year, and Broadway shows are rolling out the red carpet for visiting football fans.
Your friends at The Broadway League (the theatrical equivalent of the NFL) invite you to catch a show or two or three when you’re in town. After all, a visit to NYC without coming to Broadway is like going to the Louvre and avoiding the Mona Lisa. Or traveling to Italy and not eating pasta. Like heading out to the stadium and skipping the game!
Broadway theatres are open along with cross streets and parking garages in Times Square, making it easy to see a show! Check out our handy map of Times Square and Super Bowl boulevard at right.
There’s a show on Broadway for every taste - plays and musicals, comedies, dramas, family extravaganzas, and more. So don’t stay on the sidelines. Huddle with your family, friends, or clients. Pick a show and enjoy.
How to score tickets: It’s a snap! See our ABCs of Broadway guide to getting tickets at all price points from official ticketing sources.
Game times: Many shows kick off their evening performances at 7:00 or 8:00 p.m., with afternoon matinees on Wednesday, Saturday, and/or Sunday. Shows run between 90 minutes and nearly three hours. See the Super Bowl week performance schedule for details. Longer shows feature a halftime break (a.k.a. intermission).
The home-field advantage: If you like what you see in NYC, make plans to catch a Broadway show in your city when a nationally touring production comes to town!