Broadway's Guide to Super Bowl XLVIII: Tickets, Dining, Schedules and More

By Jared Clough
24 Jan 2014

Broadway Is Open for Business!

Despite the ensuing madness from Super Bowl Boulevard and #PEPCITY, Broadway will be open for business. Side streets in the theatre district will be open. The Broadway plazas are closed to traffic as always, but pedestrians will be able to make their way throughout the theatre district with ease. All Broadway theatres will be fully accessible.

We even got in the spirit with a series of custom NFL-themed Playbills. Check them out here. 

A few shows have made slight changes to their performance schedule for game day. Times Square will be busy, but everyone will be able to easily access the side streets and Broadway theatres. Click here to check out's updated performance schedule for Super Bowl Sunday.

The Broadway League has also created a useful map that details closures in the Times Square area during the Super Bowl. Check it out here

"We are happy to welcome visitors from around the world to Broadway and Times Square! Our Broadway Plazas are filled with Super Bowl fun and activities, but we want to clarify and reiterate that all cross streets are open as usual, providing easy access to the theatres," said Broadway League executive director Charlotte St. Martin in a statement. "To help provide information for our theatregoers, Broadway – the theatre district – is open, and we encourage our theatregoers to arrive early to enjoy the live performances taking place all over Times Square while enjoying the excitement of Super Bowl Boulevard.”