Orlando Florida's Downtown Stadium has gone through several name changes. The Venue was
originally known as the "Orlando Stadium" from 1936 - 1946 and then the "Tangerine Bowl" from
1947-1985 and the "Citrus Bowl" from 1985-2015. The Stadium has undergone a $200 Million dollar
renovation that decreased the maximum seating capacity from 71,000 to 65,000 due to more comfortable
seats, new Club Levels and Luxury Suites and is now called "Camping World Stadium". From 1977 to
1988 the Tangerine Bowl hosted 20 of the "Rock Super Bowl" series of outdoor Rock Festivals and we
have provided a detailed history of each show below. See the links below for detailed information about
each festival and please feel free to email us with any additional festival information that you may have
like Audio / Video recordings, Concert Flyers, Ticket Stubs, News paper articles and old Photographs.  
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ROCK SUPER BOWL I
May 29, 1977 Featuring Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Kenny Loggins, Chick
Corea - Stanley Clarke & Return to Forever.
ROCK SUPER BOWL II
July 3, 1977 Featuring The Eagles, Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band, Hall & Oates and Andrew
Gold.
ROCK SUPER BOWL III
September 4, 1977 Featuring Peter Frampton, Kansas, The J. Geils Band and Rick Derringer.
ROCK SUPER BOWL IV
July 2, 1978 Featuring Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Foreigner, Pablo Cruise, Head East, Bob
Welch and Toby Beau.
ROCK SUPER BOWL V
August 5, 1978 Featuring Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band, The Steve Miller Band, The Little
River Band, Randy M
eisner and South Paw.
ROCK SUPER BOWL VI
April 14, 1979 Featuring Ted Nugent, Aerosmith, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush, Cheap Trick,
Brownsville Station, Blackfoot and Hoochie.
ROCK SUPER BOWL VII
May 27, 1979 Featuring Boston, The Doobie Brothers, Poco and AC/DC.
ROCK SUPER BOWL VIII
April 5, 1980 Featuring Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Molly Hatchet, UFO and Nantucket.
ROCK SUPER BOWL IX
July 5, 1980 Featuring ZZ Top, The Rossington Collins Band, Triumph, Pat Travers, Point Blank and
The Johnny Van Zant Band.
ROCK SUPER BOWL X
April 18, 1981 Featuring Heart, Cheap Trick, Blue Oyster Cult, Firefall and UFO.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XI
July 4, 1981 Featuring REO Speedwagon, Foghat,  Billy Squire and The Rossington Collins Band.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XII
October 24 & 25, 1981 Featuring The Rolling Stones, Van Halen and The Henry Paul Band.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XIII
November 27, 1981 Featuring The Allman Brothers Band, The Grateful Dead and The Outlaws.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XIV
March 20, 1982 Featuring Foreigner, Ozzy Osbourne ( Pat Travers ) UFO and Bryan Adams.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XV
September 4, 1982 Featuring Fleetwood Mac, Loverboy, John Cougar and John Waite.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XVI
November 27, 1982 Featuring The Who, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and The B-52's.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XVII
April 23, 1983 Featuring Journey, Aerosmith, Sammy Hagar and Bryan Adams.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XVIII
May 28, 1983 Featuring ZZ Top, Triumph, Foghat, and Sammy Hagar.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XIX
October 29, 1983 Featuring The Police, The Fixx and Eric Burdon & The Animals.
ROCK SUPER BOWL XX
May 28, 1988 Featuring Lynyrd Skynyrd, Loverboy, The Georgia Satellites, The Rossington Band
and Witness.