By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com
That’s the site for the 2024 Super Bowl, which is Super Bowl LVIII. It will be held Super Sunday, Feb. 11 at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders (there is no chance the home team will play the Super Bowl in its home stadium this year).
Sin City.And you can bet there will be a little moral sin committed. (Las Vegas during the Super Bowl is already a hotspot for ladies of the evening who pour in from everywhere to further empty the wallets of those who the spend much of thier time at the sports books; as proof, just take a Southwest Airlines flight there from LA on a Friday afternoon.)
Not only that but the huge number of people who go there each year make Las Vegas one of the country’s top Super Bowl party cities and in 2024 it will be an even bigger scene with the entire NFL in town for the Big Game.
Like the recent Formula 1 race in Vegas, Super Bowl LVIII is more than just a football game. There’s an entire week of events building up to Sunday, Feb. It starts on Monday, Feb. 5, with Super Bowl Opening Night (tickets are $30). It has live entertainment, special appearances and autographs by NFL Legends, and team mascots as well as fan photo opportunities and the chance to see Super Bowl players and coaches answer media’s questions.
The annual Super Bowl Experience (kind of cool but mainly for families than single people) is an NFL’ football theme park with interactive games like the 40-yard dash, past player autographs, photo ops with the Super Bowl Rings and the Vince Lombardi trophy. It runs Wednesday-Saturday at Mandalay Bay. Tickets are $25 on the first day and a whopping $50 for the rest of the week.
The real party will be in the bars and mega Las Vegas nightclubs, where big-time DJs will pump out tunes to a well-heeled audience, which include Gronk’s Beach Club, Shaq’s Fun Zone and the annual Sports Illstrated party. PubClub.com has this complete list of top Super Bowl parties and events.
Usher is the Super Bowl LVIII halftime performer.
Vegas is already a party and it will be even bigger when it hosts Super Bowl LVIII.