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Everything You Need To Know About Super Bowl LVIII Events In Las Vegas

Super Bowl LVIII events will be spread out around Las Vegas for the week leading into The Big Game on Feb. 11, 2024.

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Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas takes place on Feb. 11, 2024. This is the first time the Super Bowl will be in Las Vegas.

The week leading up to The Big Game will be full of events. Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business, Major Events said during the Super Bowl LVII press conference:

“We are thrilled to bring Super Bowl LVIII to Las Vegas. This city is a capital of sports and entertainment, always providing an incredible high-energy atmosphere for our events. We look forward to continuing the work with our local partners to provide an extraordinary experience for the Las Vegas community and show fans around the world what this city has to offer.”

Caesars Entertainment is an official partner with the National Football League. Not coincidentally, Caesars Palace will be the home base for the NFL during Super Bowl week.

As the official Headquarter Hotel, Caesars Palace will be where the NFL takes care of business while in Las Vegas for the Big Game. The first NFL Shop in Las Vegas is located inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.

Official Super Bowl LVIII events at Caesars Palace and Mandalay Bay

While Caesars Palace will be the home of the league, the Media Center for the week will be at Mandalay Bay. Events taking place at both casinos will be limited to those with credentials.

Having said that, the two Las Vegas casinos could be good places to visit for anyone who just wants a glimpse at celebrities and NFL players.

There are a variety of events taking place in Las Vegas throughout the week.

Opening Night, Monday, February 5

Super Bowl week events kick off on Monday, Feb. 5 at Allegiant Stadium. Super Bowl Opening Night will feature players and coaches from the two teams playing in the Super Bowl speaking to the media. This will be their only official public appearance in Las Vegas.

The players will only interact with official media at the event. However, fans can attend Opening Night to take in the Allegiant Field atmosphere and some activities. Tickets are $30 and will go on sale in December.

Guests in attendance will be able to take photos, buy exclusive merchandise from the NFL Shop, and get autographs from NFL players in attendance who aren’t participating in the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Experience, Wednesday, February 7-10

The Super Bowl Experience will take place at Mandalay Bay Convention Center from Wednesday, Feb. 7, through Saturday, Feb. 10. This family-friendly event is considered the “NFL’s interactive football theme park” for Super Bowl week.

Guests at the Super Bowl Experience can get autographs from current and legendary NFL players. Fans can also participate in new and enhanced interactive games and youth football clinics. For example, there will be a 40-yard dash against NFL players on LED screens

There will be photo ops with the Vince Lombardi championship trophy as well as a display case showing off all 57 Super Bowl rings. Of course, NFL merchandise will be available for purchase.

Tickets for the Super Bowl Experience will go on sale in December. The cost for tickets will be $25 for Wednesday and $50 for each of the three other days. Kids 12 and under can get in for free.

Super Bowl Soulful, Wednesday, February 7

The 25th Annual Super Bowl Soulful Celebration will take place at The Pearl Theater at Palms on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Patti LaBelle participated in the most recent blending of inspirational music and football.

Performers will be announced at a later date.

Taste of the NFL

Super Bowl festivities head to downtown Las Vegas on Saturday, Feb.10. Taste of the NFL will take place at the Lou Ruvo Keep Memory Alive Center.

Taste of the NFL is the Super Bowl’s largest philanthropic culinary experience. It’s a must-visit for foodies and football fans.

The 21+ event will feature a tasting menu created by nationally and locally acclaimed chefs. Culinary celebrities will host the event, including:

  • Andrew Zimmern
  • Carla Hall
  • Tim Love
  • Lasheeda Perry
  • Mark Bucher

More than 30 NFL players will be in attendance. All proceeds from Taste of the NFL will to go GENYOUTH.

Super Bowl Breakfast, Saturday, February 10

The Super Bowl Breakfast will take place at Caesars Palace on Saturday, Feb. 10. The NFL will give out the Bart Starr Award to a current NFL player who has “demonstrated character and integrity in alignment with Starr’s lifelong commitment to serving as a positive role model to his family, teammates, and community.”

Viewers of the Netflix show “Quarterback” may remember Kirk Cousins winning the award earlier this year.

More Super Bowl LVIII events to come

Annually, Super Bowl weekend is one of the busiest times for football fans in Las Vegas. There are often parties at various casinos, clubs, bars, and other venues.

Some casinos already have tickets for Big Game watch parties available to purchase for those who want to be in Las Vegas for the experience but don’t have tickets to the Big Game.

Expect to see popular artists performing in clubs and theaters around Las Vegas. There should also be numerous appearances from current and prior NFL players throughout Las Vegas.

As a reminder, anyone who wants to open a new Nevada mobile sports betting account must do so in person at a full-service sportsbook in Las Vegas. This is a one-time-only process. Anyone with an account can use the banking functions available in the apps.

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Marc grew up on the mean streets of the South Bronx. He's the rare combination of Yankees and Jets fan which explains his often contrarian point of view. Marc is a freelance writer and social media consultant. Writing about steak, booze, gambling and Las Vegas is a tough job but somebody has to do it.

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Marc grew up on the mean streets of the South Bronx. He's the rare combination of Yankees and Jets fan which explains his often contrarian point of view. Marc is a freelance writer and social media consultant. Writing about steak, booze, gambling and Las Vegas is a tough job but somebody has to do it.

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