Dan Patrick bringing show to Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX
By Scott Allen
The Dan Patrick Show airs on NBCSN, Direct TV Audience and Fox Sports Radio 910 weekday mornings from 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. in Phoenix
Super Bowl XLIX is coming to the valley next week. As part of the events and people flocking to our fine metropolis will be The Dan Patrick Show. His national sports talk show is coming to Glendale Monday January 26th – Friday January 30th.
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The Dan Patrick Show will originate from a specially designed set at the DIRECTV Super Fan Stadium, located across the street from University of Phoenix Stadium. The Super Bowl week shows will feature a number of high profile athletes and celebrity guests who are in town for the game. Patrick will also be joined by his production staff of Paul Pabst, Patrick O’Connor, Andrew Perloff and Todd Fritz, known as The Danettes.
Last week Patrick told his viewers to come on down to the set and watch the show. He has invited you to bring your signs as well a lot like what ESPN’s College Gameday does.
Patrick and his Danettes have a great chemistry together. If you’ve never seen or heard the show, he has sports figures and other celebrities call in or even sometimes join him in studio. His man cave studio is in Milford, Connecticut and he also has a man cave studio in New York City. He also takes calls from listeners.
Expect to see some big names pop up on this show and stop by next week. He has had Darius Rucker, Jim Parsons, Chrissy Teigen, Will Ferrell, Al Michaels, Marcus Mariota, and Bob Costas amongst others join him in studio.
Patrick is also the host of NBC’s Football Night in America and will be part of NBC’s Super Bowl XLIX coverage from University of Phoenix Stadium on gameday. He also gets the honor of handing the Lombardi Trophy to the winning team at the conclusion of the game.
Judging from the audience that calls in and those that tweet about what is taking place during his live shows, there should be a good turnout for his shows next week. Unfortunately at this time there have been no other particulars on parking and exactly where to go if you are planning on attending the show sometime next week. I will add more info to our Facebook and Twitter pages as the information becomes available.
I don’t know if I will put a sign together but I plan on attending at least once next week. The interaction between Patrick and the Danettes is worth the time in itself.