Here’s what’s happening in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVII in 2023. This is everything to need to know. Kickoff time for the 2023 Super Bowl is 6:30 Eastern time, 3:30 Vegas time.
Downtown Las Vegas Biggest Game Bash
How does a free block party sound?
The Downtown Watch Zone is an all-day public tailgate party with a gigantic screen, booming sounds and live odds provided by Circa Sports. There’s drinks, food and even beer pong.
Admission is free with the option to RSVP for a table or mancave at a beverage minimum.
Circa Swim Stadium Las Vegas Super Bowl
One of the coolest places to watch the Super Bowl is from the pool at the Circa Swim Stadium downtown. Tickets for this experience start at $150 and includes one drink.
AZILO Ultimate Big Game Tailgate
There is also a pool party at SAHARA Las Vegas’ AZILO Ultra Pool. It will open at Noon with the pregame and game on a huge 240-foot-long LED video wall.
Tickets to the VIP game day experience are $120 and includes live entertainment by Big Ben and Fatman Scoop as well as a select open bar until halftime. Food is available for purchase Reserved seating and bottle service is also available.
At the adjacent Chickie’s & Pete’s, ESPN’s number one sports bar in North America, it’s there is big-screen viewing as well as a $200 food and beverage credit for delicious game day fare, drinks and bottle service. The price starts at $256.75 per person with uaranteed VIP seating. Food incudes Philly cheesesteaks, buffalo chicken nachos, Chickie’s wings, burgers, pizzas, mussels in red and Chickie’s famous Crabfries. There is also deluxe VIP group seating.
Sports Book Bars On Super Bowl Sunday
A cool Vegas-type of Super bowl experience is to watch the game at one of the sports books. You’re right there to make bets, of which there are almost endless ones, including which team will win the coin toss.
A couple of PubClub.com favorites are Caesars Palace and the more intimate Planet Hollywood.