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Free events for Super Bowl weekend

You can still experience what the city has to offer on a tight budget.

ATLANTA — Everyone knows there are plenty of activities that you can do in Atlanta on any given day. When the Super Bowl comes to town, the world of entertainment is even larger!

Some of these events can get pretty pricey. However, one of the goals Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms had was to make sure there was a little bit of something for everyone.

"We are making sure that there will be events throughout this city that regular working folk will have access to and be able to enjoy," she said in a news conference a few weeks ago about Super Bowl activities.

Here are some free activities you can do this weekend in metro Atlanta. 

Super Bowl LIVE

Friday and Saturday are the last two days Super Bowl LIVE will be open to the public. And it's all FREE!

There are plenty of activities and a concert series that happens each day at Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown. Music mogul Jermaine Dupri has a lot of talent lined up to perform. 

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Here is the schedule for Saturday.

Saturday 2/2 – Hip Hop:

  • 11:30 a.m.: “Around the NFL” (NFL Podcast)
  • 12:30 p.m.: Georgia Tech Pep Band
  • 1 p.m.: Team (TBD) Fan Rally
  • 2:15 p.m.: Georgia Tech Drum Line
  • 3 p.m. Team (TBD) Fan Rally
  • 5 p.m.: Kelechi
  • 7 p.m.: Monica
  • 8 p.m.: DJ Smurf & So So Def All-Stars
    • MC Shy D, Raheem the Dream, Kilo Ali, Playa Poncho, Deuce, DJ Kizzy Rock, KP & Envyi, DJ Taz, Freak Nasty, 12 Gauge, Tag Team, Ghost Town DJ’s, Lathun

Get more information on what you need to know before you go to Super Bowl LIVE, click here. 

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National Center for Civil and Human Rights 

You can thank Coca-Cola and FedEx for this! The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is free to visitors this Super Bowl weekend. 

The Coca-Cola Foundation made a $1 million donation to the center to allow free admission for the tens of thousands of people coming to Atlanta. This started Jan. 28 and will last until the end of Black History Month on Feb. 28.

The center's website says FedEx, a sponsor, will provide free admission on Feb. 2, Big Game Saturday. The center is located at 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard

NFL Shop at Super Bowl 

This is the place to be if you're looking for something to commemorate Super Bowl LIII: NFL Shop at Super Bowl

More than 25,000 square feet of shopping space designated for souvenirs to delight fans of all ages. 

While the premier store next to Super Bowl Experience in Georgia World Congress Center requires an Experience ticket to enter, it's not the only NFL Shop in the metro. Atlantic Station also has a pop-up store as do GWCC and several hotels across the city.  

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Play Football Family Festival

If you are looking for a fun family-friendly event outside of the perimeter, Marietta High might be the place for you.

The festival will include football-related activities, special guest speakers, food trucks and giveaways.

It starts at 10 a.m. and will last until 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2.