Super Bowl 50: Screening Procedures for Visitors to Super Bowl City


SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Super Bowl 50’s party central is expected to draw a million fans for their week-long events, concerts, shopping, food and fun.

Equally expected will be the tight security surrounding Super Bowl City. To get fans in and out of the event quickly, officials have released a list of items banned from the event.

“Public safety is our top priority. Security screening will be heightened for Super Bowl 50. To provide a safe and secure environment and to expedite entry into Super Bowl City, the Host Committee will be limiting the size of bags and have identified a list of items that will be prohibited in Super Bowl City. Bags with a maximum size of 18″ by 18″ will be permitted into the venue, such as laptop bags and small backpacks,” officials announced.

The following list of prohibited items is a guide only and not intended to be all-inclusive:

– Bags larger than 18″ by 18″ in size

– Alcohol

– Bikes, pedicabs, roller skates, roller blades, skateboards, “Razor” style boards, Segway personal

transports, hover boards, or any other self-propelled device

– Drones

– Coolers or containers

– Firearms, fireworks & explosives

– Sticks, rods, bars or poles of any kind

– Dangerous weapons including any type of edged weapon to include knives, impact weapons and electric

pulse weapons

– Flags or banners with poles and non-approved commercial signage

– Sprays & pepper sprays

– Laser pointers

– Stunning devices

– Shopping carts

– Demonstration articles or items including tents

– Offensive weapons

– Folding chairs or lawn chairs

– Illegal drugs or substances

– Smoking cigarettes or e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco

– Radios, walkie talkies, jammers, scanners

– Portable speakers

– Wireless access points

– Hazardous and toxic materials

– Pets and animals will not be permitted through the site during Super Bowl City opening hours except for

service and support animals, such as guide dogs, assisting those with disabilities

– Any item deemed inappropriate or hazardous by Super Bowl City security

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