Phoenix: Insight Fiesta Bowl
2009 Insight Fiesta Bowl
Insight Fiesta Bowl Block Party: December 31st
As Arizona’s biggest and most exciting New Year’s Eve bash, the Insight Fiesta Bowl Block Party is a jam-packed evening of fun and entertainment for the entire family. More than 100,000 party-goers annually celebrate in Tempe’s Beach Park and Mill Avenue District amidst spectacular fireworks displays and Arizona’s official midnight countdown drop. Continue reading details about the 2007-2008 Fiesta Bowl Block Party.
Fiesta Bowl 2009 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Please note that dates and times are subject to change. See Insight Fiesta Bowl Calendar of Events and Schedules
FORT MCDOWELL FIESTA BOWL PARADE PRESENTED BY FORT MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION
What: 38th Annual Fort McDowell Fiesta Bowl Parade presented by Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
Where: Central Phoenix
When: Saturday, January 3, 2009, 11:00 a.m.
Why: To bring the Arizona community together for a day of pageantry as beautiful floats, enormous helium balloons, incredible marching bands and unique specialty and equestrian units parade through central Phoenix.
Info: For $25 bleacher seats, log on to www.fiestabowl.org or call 480-350-0911
On Saturday, January 3, thousands of street spectators will gather in central Phoenix to witness Arizona’s largest single-day spectator event, the Fort McDowell Fiesta Bowl Parade presented by Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation.
This year’s theme, “Spirit of the Southwest,” will display unique entries that honor the essence of Arizona’s breathtaking desert landscapes and unique cultural heritage.
Grand Marshal and two time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart, along with Honorary Grand Marshal and star of Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place” David Henrie, will lead a spectacular line-up of over 100 units including 15 high school marching bands from across the nation, the two Tostitos Fiesta Bowl university bands, 20 brilliant helium balloons, 6 colorful floats, 10 equestrian units, 26 specialty units and more than 25 honorary units.
Special guests and honorary units annually participate in the Parade including NASA astronauts, Fiesta Bowl Queen & Court, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon and Valley service men and women.
In its 38th year, the Fort McDowell Fiesta Bowl Parade presented by Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is an annual tradition in the Valley of the Sun. With so much excitement for kids of all ages, it’s no wonder the Parade remains a holiday custom known and loved by locals as well as fans traveling to celebrate the Festival of College Football.
For tickets or more information, please visit www.fiestabowl.org or call the Fiesta Bowl Ticket Office at 480-350-0911.
FIESTA BOWL LAUNCHES REDESIGNED WEBSITE
Scottsdale, Ariz. The Fiesta Bowl announced today that it has launched a new, state-of-the-art website to serve as the official home for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Insight Bowl and Festival of College Football.
The site, which was created as the ultimate resource for both college football fans and Arizona residents, features the most up to date information on the Valley’s bowl games and Festival of more than 40 annual events. Other aspects include a concierge service, which allows those coming to Arizona for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and Insight Bowl to ask travel related questions, fan forums, videos and pictures galleries.
“While the Fiesta Bowl is honored to be a member of the college football community, we also take great pride in servicing the state of Arizona,” said Chairman of the Board Dave Tilson. “That is why our goal in building this new website was not only to create an internet haven for college football fans, but also a site that is reflective of our Valley traditions.”
The site was developed by Tempe, AZ based Sitewire Marketplace Solutions, LLC., and will feature additional components in the near future, including an online auction, merchandise and pictures stores.
To visit the website directly or to learn more about the Fiesta Bowl organization, please go to www.fiestabowl.org.