February 1, 2018
Sober Bowl HTX 2018
The City of Houston Mayor's Anti-Drug Office
SoberBowl Big Game Watch Party
Did you know that Super Bowl Sunday is one of the "drunkest days" of the year?*
It doesn't have to be! There is a SUPER celebration of recovery and sobriety right here in H-Town!
Back by popular demand, the second annual SoberBowl BIG Game Watch Party!
SoberBowl Creates Counterculture Party Space:
featuring NFL Hall of Famer Earl Campbell, NFL stars Brandon Mitchell, Randy Grimes, Matthew Teague, and live music on Big Game Day, February 4
What: SoberBowl - BIG Game Watch Party
When: February 4, 2018; Pre-game show 2PM - 5PM;
Game Watch 5:30 PM until 9:30 PM
Where: Hughes Manor, 2811 Washington Avenue
Cost: Tickets $20 includes live music, guest athletes, food and game watch
Hear amazing stories of recovery from:
Heisman Award Winning NFL Hall of Famer | EARL CAMPBELL
New England Patriot | BRANDON MITCHELL
Tampa Bay Buccaneer | RANDY GRIMES
Atlanta Falcon | MATTHEW TEAGUE
Among the many Big Game parties taking place on Feb. 4, SoberBowlT truly stands out. Featuring NFL Hall of Famer Earl Campbell, additional NFL stars, live music, Texas pit BBQ, and big-screen game watch party, SoberBowl looks to be the only high-profile viewing party in Houston that will celebrate the NFL title game 100 percent alcohol-free. The event will be held in the trendy Washington Avenue corridor at Hughes Manor.
This one of a kind event includes former Houston Oilers greats Earl Campbell and Willie Tullis, Super Bowl XXXVI champion New England Patriot Brandon Mitchell, and Tampa Bay Buccaneer veteran Randy Grimes. Some of Texas' favorite music acts performing include Blues Rock artists Carolyn Wonderland & Big Al Bettis Band, Hip Hop artists Tobe Nwigwe and Low-Key As-Me, emerging stars Country artist Max Flinn, Folk Americana singer songwriter Chris Lively and jazz musicians The Henry Darrah Trio. Pop up appearances by local VIPs and celebrities.
SoberBowl launched in 2017 Super Bowl Host City, Houston, TX. The event provides an alcohol/drug free, high-end concert production and big screen game watch party in the NFL championship host cities. Learn more about SoberBowl HTX at www.soberbowl.us.
Brought to you by The Mayor's Anti-Drug Office - Houston Crackdown, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, The ARK, Hughes Manor and the Sober Recreation Committee.