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Super-size Crowds Not Your Thing? Check Out Super Celebration Sites

More than 200,000 people visited the Super Bowl Village in downtown Indianapolis over three days last weekend. I was one of them and it was awesome! But I know that big crowds aren’t everyone’s idea of a good time. Fear not, you can still enjoy Super Bowl festivities without heading downtown — or even to Indianapolis.

Super Celebration Sites

Twenty Super Celebration Sites have been designated throughout Central Indiana and in cities such as Bloomington, Greenfield, Lafayette-West Lafayette, and Richmond.  (For you fans of the ABC sitcom “The Middle,” French Lick is not one of the sites.)

Super activities range from site to site.  Some highlights include:

  • An ice rink and toboggan run at Lions Park in Zionsville
  • Super Bash in Greenfield with family-friendly activities and Dr. Rock & the Rollers for the over 21 crowd
  • Jersey Jog 5K Fun Run at Glen Miller Park in Richmond (wear your favorite football jersey!)
  • Nightly football video game tournament at Metropolis Mall in Plainfield
  • Lady Gaga Monster Ball Pre-Super Bowl Party (with an official Lady Gaga Impersonator) in Lafayette

You can see the list of all 20 sites here.

Super Cars were on display in the Super Bowl Village January 27-29. Photo credit: Jason Lavengood

Super Cars

At each Super Celebration Site,  football fans can visit one of 33 Super Cars, iconic Indy cars decked out to represent each of the 32 NFL teams and one Super Bowl car. The Giants and Patriots cars, along with the Super Bowl car, will stay in Super Bowl Village.

The remaining 30 cars will be on display for viewing and photo opportunities at Super Celebration Sites from February 2-5. Additional Indianapolis-area sites will also have Super Cars on display. A list of NFL team cars and the sites where they can be viewed can be found here.

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Written by : Amy moved to Indiana for college in 1988 (Go Bulldogs!) and has never left. Married with three children, she's always on the lookout for fun and affordable things to do in Indiana. Elsewhere on the web, you can find Amy at The Fourth Frog Blog and All Things Aging. Amy receives compensation from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development for blogging. For more information, see our FTC Disclosure page.