The 2016 Pro Bowl presented by USAA, will be played at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii on January 31, 2016. It's Team Rice against Team Irvin squaring off in the game that brings you closer to the players through fun insider access. Pro Bowl features unexpected match-ups, teammates vs. teammates, new uniforms, and non-stop entertainment.
Queen's Beach, Waikiki
Friday, January 29 & Saturday, January 30, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
The NFL, together with the City and County of Honolulu, is excited to introduce the NEW Pro Bowl Beach with appearances by NFL players including Marcus Mariota, Pro Bowl cheerleaders and NFL mascots, youth football activities, beach volleyball and daily entertainment. Located on the beach at the Diamondhead end of Waikiki, Pro Bowl Beach will give fans a chance to experience the excitement of Pro Bowl while enjoying the surf and sand. Pro Bowl Beach is free and open to the public -- no tickets required.
Pro Bowl Beach Highlights
12 a.m.:Pro Bowl Kickoff Rally -- NFL Players, Cheerleaders, Mascots, Local Celebrities, NFL Charity Grant Presentations
1:30 p.m.: Special Olympics NFL Memorabilia Live Auction
4-5 p.m.: University of Hawaii Volleyball Demonstration
5-7 p.m.: 2016 Pro Bowl Military Challenge -- come cheer on your favorite branch of the military as teams compete in various football and beach activities
7:30 p.m.:Pro Bowl Beach Sunset Concert and Beach Party -- performances by EMKE and DJ Double O Spot and Friends
10-11 a.m.: University of Hawaii Volleyball Demonstration
2:30 p.m.: Youth Football Chalk Talk
4 p.m.: HVBA Pro Volleyball Exhibition
5-7 p.m.: Hawaii Celebrity Challenge -- watch local celebrities compete in various football and beach activities
7:30 p.m.:Pro Bowl Beach Sunset Concert and Beach Party -- Polynesian Show followed by performances by The Vitals, Kaipo with Tenelle and Eli Mac
Pro Bowl Week
Throughout the week leading up to Pro Bowl, the NFL will be producing over 20 events for local youth groups, charities and military personnel stationed in Hawaii. These activities are part of the NFL's commitment to give back to the community and thank the people of Hawaii for their hospitality and aloha.