Regardless of which sports you’re interested in, it is clear that the sports landscape has never been more intriguing than it is now.
Especially, in the US, the popularity of the four major team sports, including football, hockey, basketball, and baseball, are all at high levels for various reasons. Individual sports like golf, tennis, and racing are also thriving. Therefore, that events around the world are being considered as simply must-attend functions.
Since the calendar prepares to turn to 2020, which sporting events in the US are the ones that figure to draw in a large amount of enthusiastic tourists? Let’s take a look at the top sporting events worth traveling for in 2020.
CFB National Championship, New Orleans, January 13
What better way to start the year off than by hitting up the Big Easy to see college football crown its next national champion.
With LSU currently sitting as the nation’s No. 1 team, the event could take on extra significance with the home state squad potentially in the mix to dethrone defending national champion Clemson.
Winter X Games, Aspen, Colorado, Jan. 23-26
Are extreme outdoor sports that involve skiing and snow bikes things that sound appealing to you?
How about a concert lineup that features acts such as Alessio, Bazzi, Illenium, and Rae Sremmurd?
Package all of that energy and place it in Aspen with the scenic views of the Rocky Mountains as your backdrop and you have an event that figures to be heavily anticipated for many travelers in January.
Super Bowl LIV, Miami, FL, February 2
I’m pretty sure you won’t need much more convincing to attend this year’s big game other than simply saying that you can enjoy the Super Bowl festivities on South Beach this year.
One thing for certain is that all the events leading up to the game are bound to be epic.
With Jennifer Lopez and Shakira headlining the halftime show, the entertainment value surrounding the event before, during and after the game should be at a high level at all times.