Yes, We Are Open During Super Bowl 50
January 15, 2016
Super Bowl 50 (SB50) is coming to San Francisco. Justin Herman Plaza, across from the Ferry Building, will be transformed for Super Bowl City, a free outdoor fan village featuring family-friendly activities, concerts, and more.
CUESA will operate our regular Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday Ferry Plaza Farmers Markets throughout Super Bowl City. We encourage our regular shoppers to use public transportation and shop early to avoid the crowds.
Street closures and transit impacts: Please expect street closures and transit impacts from January 23 through February 11 and plan accordingly. Southbound lanes of the Embarcadero between Washington to Mission will be closed to all vehicular traffic.
Access: From January 30 through February 7, security measures surrounding Super Bowl City will limit access to the event streets. There will be security check points to pass through Super Bowl City. To avoid Super Bowl City, walk down Mission or Washington, then along the east sidewalk of the Embarcadero to the Ferry Building (map).
BART: During Super Bowl City, BART will close the Embarcadero Station entrance/exit to Market Street near Spear Street, with the exception of 6:45 am to 9:45 am from January 30 to February 7. See the BART website for details.
Parking: We recommend that Saturday shoppers park at the Golden Gateway Garage at 250 Clay Street (always the best deal on Saturdays; just $3 with validation at the CUESA Info Booth!). There may be some impacts to the garage at Embarcadero 4. The 8 Washington Seawall lot will be open, but is likely to fill up early.
Details for Super Bowl 50 are still being finalized, so please check the following websites for the latest updates:
For a full rundown of Super Bowl City events, please visit the Super Bowl 50 website.
For the latest updates and maps to help you get around by transit, bike, foot, or auto, visit the SFMTA website.
If you are visiting the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market for the first time, we are open on Saturdays (8 am to 2 pm) and Tuesdays and Thursdays (10 am to 2 pm), offering a diverse selection of hot breakfast and lunch options, healthy snacks, and fresh fruits and vegetables from the Bay Area’s best growers and food producers. Learn more about our farmers markets, vendors, and services here.
Thank you for your patience and for supporting our local farmers, food crafters, and restaurants through the Super Bowl!
Click maps to enlarge. For the latest updates, visit the sites listed above.
Topics: Farmers market