SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Crews have begun tearing down Super Bowl City in San Francisco Monday morning after the big game on Sunday.
Super Bowl City took a small army to build and now those workers are back to take everything down.
Workers can be seen tearing down the City Stage that was used for free concerts like OneRepublic and Alicia Keys.
It is unclear how long it will take workers to get downtown San Francisco back to normal. Street closures will remain in place over the next few days.
Workers are also at Levi’s Stadium cleaning up the game’s mess. City officials said it will take them two weeks to get the stadium cleared out of Super Bowl 50.