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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Monday, February 6, 2006

NFL Pro Bowl in Hawai'i

Advertiser Staff

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What: AFC vs. NFC All-Stars

Where: Aloha Stadium

When: 1 p.m. Sunday

Tickets: $30 to $150. Aloha Stadium box office or through Ticketmaster (877) 750-4400, or at Ticketmaster.com

Parking: $5

Television: ESPN, live (Announcers: Mike Patrick, play-by-play; Paul Maguire and Joe Theismann, game analysis; Suzy Kolber and Michele Tafoya, sidelines.)

Radio: 1420 AM, live (CBS announcers: Dave Sims, play-by-play; Boomer Esiason, game analysis; Bonnie Bernstein, sidelines.)


Subject to change

For information on Pro Bowl events, call 233-4NFL.


10 a.m. NFC practice, Aloha Stadium. Open to public, free admission; enter at Gate 4.

Noon Pro Bowl Week Kickoff Party, Bishop Square/Tamarind Park. Features Pro Bowl cheerleaders and mascots, Royal Hawaiian Band, appearances by Pro Bowl players, NFL stars. Admission free.


8:30 a.m. AFC practice at Aloha Stadium. Enter at Gate 4.

Noon to 6 p.m. Pro Bowl Football Festival at Kapi'olani Park. Details below. Admission free.

1 p.m. Pro Bowl Celebrity Golf Classic, Waialae Country Club.

3 p.m. NFL Military Challenge, Kapi'olani Park. Teams from each branch compete in football skills events.

7 p.m. to midnight Pro Bowl Block Party, Aloha Tower Marketplace. Admission free.


9 a.m. to noon Pro Bowl 'Ohana Day Celebration, Aloha Stadium. Admission free.

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pro Bowl Football Festival at Kapi'olani Park. Admission free.

6 p.m. Sunset on the Beach, Pro Bowl style, Queen's Beach, Waikiki. Football movie and contests on beach. Admission free.

7 p.m. Hawaiian Airlines Pro Bowl Concert, Waikiki Shell. Hawai'i bands. Tickets available through Ticketmaster.


10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Official Pro Bowl Tailgate Party, Richardson Field. Sold out.

12:15 p.m. Pro Bowl pregame show, Aloha Stadium.

1 p.m. Pro Bowl, Aloha Stadium. Halftime: Backstreet Boys, along with 200 hula dancers, drummers and fire knife dancers and 400 youth performers.