The numerals, XLVIII, will be positioned at the end of the Pier A Park with the New York skyline as a backdrop and dedicated in a special ceremony at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, three full lanes of curling, the city’s other Super Bowl attraction, will open on Tuesday at 2 p.m., prior to the unveiling ceremony. The lanes will remain open throughout the week, and curling professionals will be there to teach and demonstrate. Food and beverages will be available as part of the event until 4 p.m.
There are many more events happening around Hudson County, open to the public, as well as transportation discounts, and other Super Bowl related festivities. To find out more and check out updates, keep watching hudsonreporter.com. And if you’re staying in a local hotel or at a local establishment, pick up our Huddle Zone Guide for all the details!