Awesome events to watch out for during Super Bowl week

Super Bowl week in New York. New York is the destination for plenty of sports-related events, including the 2019 International Consumer Electronics Show, the NFL’s scouting combine and the 2019 BUILD (Building Up Entrepreneurship Together) Conference.

If you’re looking for cool events, The Briefing is here to help. Here’s what’s coming up:

On Feb. 28, the NFL announced that the Super Bowl Halftime Show, which will be performed by Maroon 5, would be a virtual reality experience. Watch the trailer for the new experience below.

If this gets you excited about the Super Bowl, check out the “LOOK! I saw the line” montage.

On Feb. 28, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy will be participating in a live stream event to launch a new online style book called Empowered.

On Feb. 29, Linda Sampson, executive vice president of Starbucks North America Teavana brand and store business, will be speaking at the 16th annual Content & Commerce Conference hosted by Lexus.

On March 1, Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley and comedian Tyler Oakley will be speaking at GROW! at the TriBeCa Industry Forum.

On March 2, Lionsgate will be holding a panel discussion on “race and women in Hollywood” at the Eastman Kodak Theater.

On March 5, dancer/choreographer Robert “Shoe” Jackson will be participating in the first annual Women In Media and Power Project Luncheon and Awards show at the Cipriani 42nd Street in New York.

On March 6, actress/director/writer Frances McDormand will be participating in a panel at the Variety Power of Women luncheon at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in New York.

On March 8, tennis star Serena Williams will be speaking at the Annual Masters Corporate Update at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas.

On March 9, Netflix’s CFO David Wells will be speaking at the World Business Summit: Unleashing Global Innovation.

On March 15, four-time NBA All-Star and FIBA Hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo and financial markets journalist Chas Bonner will be participating in a panel at Startup New York: The Global Game Changer.

On March 18, Palestinian sporting icon and political activist Mia Hamm will be speaking at the Women in Business Conference.

On March 20, singer/songwriter Lin-Manuel Miranda will be speaking at the Talk to Me at The Speaker’s House in Union Square.

On March 23, actress/director/writer Cheryl Hines will be speaking at the Specialties of Women in Health Summit at NYU.

On March 28, Hillary Clinton will be discussing “Resilience” with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at Davos, Switzerland.

On March 29, The Boca Raton mayor, Susan Haynie, will be speaking at Fashion Island on the future of Boca Raton.

On March 30, actress/activist April de Angelis will be participating in a panel at Livin’ Well+Living Healthy and Well+LIVing Style Inspiring You at the Hudson Hotel in New York.

On March 31, handbag designer Tory Burch will be participating in the Textile Innovation Summit and Awards at the Mitchell & Ness Residences.

On April 1, Jane Morrill, chief digital officer for HP, will be speaking at Michael C. Carlos The Fashionista Leadership Awards.

On April 3, PBS’ “Frontline” will be hosting a panel to discuss the end of Facebook’s messaging app, Messenger.

On April 6, musicians Todd Rundgren and John Medeski will be discussing the art of guitar at Monkey Cafe in L.A.

On April 8, Rosie O’Donnell will be speaking at the Eastman Kodak Theater.

On April 9, actor Sissy Spacek and others will be speaking at the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards.

On April 10, NYU student Abba Lerner will be participating in a panel at the Made Up Boutique at the Sundance Resort in Vail, Colo.

On April 15, Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei will be speaking at the Business of Content conference at the Hudson Hotel in Manhattan.

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