Visitors will be able to stroll through Sundance Square during Super Bowl week, but they won't be able to drive through it.
The city of Fort Worth will close off several streets near Main, Commerce and Houston streets to make room for ESPN's stage. The sports network is broadcasting its Super Bowl coverage from Sundance Square.
The streets will start closing on January 26 and remain closed until after the big game.
Carolyn Alvey with Sundance Square said parking will remain free after 5 p.m. and on weekends during Super Bowl week.
Alvey also noted that businesses in Sundance Square have agreed to not jack up their prices during the festivities.