Super Bowl fever has spread to the Marina green. ESPN has set up a studio here- come watch! pic.twitter.com/JmBpczohEo— Amy Hollyfield (@amyhollyfield) February 3, 2016
A few early bird fans arrived at Super Bowl City, but some may be drawn to Marina Green for the shows.
ESPN created a little studio city on San Francisco's waterfront. It's an impressive operation equipped with a couple of stages.
ESPN plans to do 45 hours of broadcasting from Marina Green even though the Super Bowl is being held in Santa Clara.
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ESPN wants you to come down and add to the show because they would love a live audience.
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Tourists who are in town for the game said this just all adds to the energy of the week. "It's sensational. San Francisco, what a beautiful city. We've got the Golden Gate Bridge behind us and it is really exciting. We're here for the Super Bowl, so we're really excited about the game and it should be great," Australia tourist Tony Abate said.
The shows are free and open to the public starting today at 11:30 a.m. with the NFL Insider. Then, at 12:30 p.m. you can catch NFL Live. Those are the two primary shows, but ESPN will be there today until 8 p.m. through Sunday.
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