The "blue moon" comes as the second full moon in a month. That happens every two and a half years, hence the saying “once in a blue moon”. However, a Super Blue Blood Moon hasn't occurred Since March 31st, 1866. This will take place on January 31st, 2018, when the "Blue Moon," which is also a "Super Moon," coincides with a total lunar eclipse.
The best viewing will be just before dawn in the Central time zone. By about 6:15am CT the Earth’s reddish shadow will be clearly noticeable on the Moon. You'll want to wake a little earlier to watch the transition, which will begin around 4:51 am.