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Old 10-04-2016, 05:50 PM   #1
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Touchdown Tour to make way through city as Super Bowl LI approaches

The first in a series of Super Bowl events called the Touchdown Tour is scheduled for Oct. 8 at Mason Park, at 75th Street and Tipps Street.

The Touchdown Tour is hosted by the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee, and is intended to get football fans ready for the big game.

The tour will consist of 11 days throughout the months leading up to the Super Bowl on Feb. 5. The events will feature games, photo booths, music and giveaways. All of the events will take place between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

"Not everyone will be able to be in the seats at NRG Stadium on game day in February, but that should not mean they don't get to experience the fun," Mayor Sylvester Turner said.

More information is available at the host committee's website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Touchdown Tour Schedule:

Oct. 8: Mason Park 75th and Tipps, Houston
Oct. 15: Sylvester Turner Park, 2800 West Little York, Houston
Oct. 22: MacGregor Park, 5225 Calhoun, Houston
Oct. 29: Sunnyside Park, 3502 Belfort, Houston
Nov. 5: Agnes Moffitt Park, 10645 Hammerly, Houston
Nov. 12: Finnegan Park, 4900 Providence, Houston
Nov. 19: Kingwood High School, 2701, Kingwood Drive, Kingwood
Dec. 3: Moody Park, 3725 Fulton, Houston
Dec. 10: Blueridge Park, 5600 Court Road, Houston
Jan. 7: Burnett Bayland Park, 6000 Chimney Rock, Houston
Jan. 14: Alief Community Park, 11903 Bellaire Blvd., Houston

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