The Super Bowl will take place Sunday night in Santa Fé in New Mexico.
Here are some things to know.
It’s Going to Be HUGE This is what you need to know about the Super in Santa Ana.
Santa Fe has the highest concentration of tourists in the United States, and the city has seen a spike in tourists since the Superbowl was moved to the area.
According to the Santa Fe Sun-Sentinel, there are now around 10,000 people who make their home in Santa Barbara County, about 7,500 in Santa Cruz County and about 6,500 at the Santa Maria airport.
It will be a big night.
The city of Santa Fe saw an increase in visitor counts as of Sunday night.
According a 2017 report by the Santa Cruz Sun-Serbic newspaper, Santa Fe now has over 400,000 visitors a day.
This means the Super is going to be the biggest of all.
In fact, the report estimated that Santa Fe will get 3.2 million visitors on its Super Bowl Sunday, which will make it the biggest city in the country on Super Sunday.
It Will Be HUGE In addition to the crowds, there will be plenty of action on the streets.
The Superbowl is set to be a huge event in Santa Maria, which is a large city on the coast.
The town of Santa Cruz is just a little more than 200 miles south of the Super, and it’s home to the San Fernando Valley.
With over 5,500 people a day, the population of Santa Ana will be big, and that’s just the population in Santa Clarita.
There are also a lot of businesses in the city that are going to make Super Bowl week a success.
The number of businesses is expected to double the city’s downtown area and increase the number of shops in the area, which could lead to even more visitors.
The Stadium Will Be Big This is the most important factor to keep in mind during Super Bowl weekend.
In the past, stadiums have been filled with people and have made people feel like they are watching the biggest event of the year.
However, this year’s Super Bowl is going be bigger than ever.
The venue will be bigger and it will be set to have an even bigger crowd than usual.
With a capacity of more than 35,000, the stadium will be the largest Super Bowl venue ever.
The Events Will Be Very Eventful There are many different events that will take over the Superdome, including a fireworks display and the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
The event is set for 12 p.m.
ET on Sunday, Jan. 6.
There will also be a concert, fireworks and a Super Bowl parade that starts at 10 p.M.
For the people that don’t live in Santa Ynez, the Super will be on Sunday at 2 p.
“It will be so much more than the usual Super Bowl.
It is going take over Santa Fe,” said Santa Fe Mayor Michael Noyes.
There’s also going to Be a Super-sized Super-Food Festival in Santa Clara.
This year’s event is a Superbowl-sized food fest.
The festivities will feature live music and food vendors.
In addition, there is going “Super-Bowl-y” food trucks, which are going out in large numbers.
The food truck competition is going on in Santa Rosa, where a competition is being held for a Superfood Truck that can best rival a truck from San Jose, California.
There Will Be a LOT of People This year, the number that will be in Santa Claus Parade will be over 65,000.
That’s an incredible number, but it’s a number that is going up by the day.
The parade starts at 11 a.m., and is expected that it will end at 5 p. M.
The crowds are expected to be in the neighborhood of 65,400, with the largest crowd at the start of the parade.
There is a huge traffic jam that will have to be cleared in order to get the parade moving, and you’ll also have to take public transportation to get to the event.
It should be an exciting weekend.
This article originally appeared on BleacherReport.com.