Miami may become part of a proposed 5-city rotation to host the Super Bowl, a cycle of which the 2020 Super Bowl LIV in Miami would kick off. The event would take place in the city every 5 years, cycling through Las Vegas, Las Angeles, either Arizona or New Orleans, and a wild card city. Super Bowl LIV in 2020 will take place during the NFL's 100 year anniversary. The city of Miami will be completely transformed with programming that engages all of Downtown's waterfront from the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Bayfront Park, American Airlines Arena and Bayside to the Intercontinental Hotel. The 2020 Super Bowl Host Committee anticipates over 50,000 people who do not attend the game will come to Downtown to celebrate and take part of the festivities. The host city celebration will take place in Miami-Dade as opposed to Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County, as was the case with past South Florida hosted Super Bowls. This was part of a concession by the city in an agreement with Stephen Ross, owner of the Miami Dolphins, who spearheaded the renovation of Hard Rock Stadium.
Check out the video of Downtown Miami's transformation for 2020 Super Bowl LIV: