Chicago’s Hancock Center reportedly to host Super Bowl party

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John Hancock Center and partial view of the Chicago Skyline as photographed from the Lincoln Park Zoo bridge in Chicago, Illinois on MARCH 14, 2014. (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)

CHICAGO — A Chicago landmark is reportedly hosting a Super Bowl party that will combine the vertical thrill of the “nosebleed” section with the vantage point of your living room.

According to DNAinfo, Chicago’s John Hancock Center will host a Super Bowl party on Sunday, February 7, on the building’s 94th floor.

DNAinfo reports this will be the first time the John Hancock Observatory has hosted such an event.

According to the report, the observatory, also known as “360 Chicago,” will include special cocktails themed after this year’s championship teams, the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers.

DNAinfo says admission is $20 for adults, $13 for children between the ages of 3 and 11, and free for children under 3 years old. The report adds that fans wearing NFL jerseys can ride the building’s “Tilt” for free.

Doors will open around 5 p.m. Kickoff is set for around 5:30.

According to DNAinfo, the Hancock will be showing the big game on two 80-inch televisions.