(CNN)Headed to the Super Bowl this weekend? Bring your money, foam finger and tickets — heck, even bring your face paint — but please leave your drone at home.
At least that’s what the Federal Aviation Administration wants.
The FAA released a 15-second video on YouTube Wednesday reminding everyone that the Super Bowl is a “No Drone Zone.”
The video features pictures of football fans tailgating and cheering in the stands, with a narrator imploring people “don’t spoil the game” by bringing drones. It ends with the hashtag #nodronezone.
On Super Bowl Sunday, the FAA will establish a virtual no-fly zone around the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where Super Bowl XLIX will be played. Unmanned aircraft, such as drones, won’t be allowed within 30 miles of the stadium from an hour before game time until well after the game is over, according to an FAA statement.
The agency is waging an education campaign on drone safety after several incidents of drones getting too close to commercial aircraft. FAA Administrator Michael Huerta has said pilots have reported up to 25 cases per month of drones flying above the regulated limit of 400 feet, with some flying as high as 2,000 feet in the air.
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Huerta said the FAA is working to educate people about the dangers of flying drones that high, because enforcement of rules on the small, unmanned aerial vehicles can be difficult.
Drones are sparking security concerns as well. Earlier this week, a government employee crashed his drone on the grounds of the White House. President Barack Obama and the first lady weren’t at home at the time. No one was injured, and the Secret Service is investigating.