San Francisco Reportedly to Pay $4.8 Million to Host Pre-Super Bowl Festivities

January 20, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The city of San Francisco is hosting Super Bowl 50 festivities leading up to the game on Feb. 7 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, and according to a city budget analyst's report (via Chris Roberts of SF Weekly), doing so will cost the city $4.8 million.
But per Roberts, the Super Bowl Host Committee has only pledged $104,000 to help ease the costs, while the NFL isn't contributing any money. That's in contrast to Santa Clara's $3.5 million bill to host the actual game, which is being fully paid for by the Super Bowl Host Committee.
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