The Super Bowl in 2020 will have a different feel compared to the previous three Super Bowls in terms of the host venue. South Florida and Miami, the host city for Super Bowl 54, offers Hard Rock Stadium as the first open-air Super Bowl venue in three years after domed or retractable-roof stadiums hosted the game in Houston, Minneapolis and Atlanta.
With the exception of the threat of rain in South Florida, weather again will not be a factor for the Super Bowl in 2020; at least not cold weather.
The NFL selected Miami and Hard Rock Stadium as the hosts for the Super Bowl in 2020 because the venue recently went through a renovation project. It will be yet another year in which a Super Bowl has been played in a recently renovated or brand-new stadium.