Super Bowl Events in Phoenix

A Guide to Super Bowl Events & Parties in Phoenix

With Super Bowl LVII taking place in Arizona for the first time since 2015, Phoenix is gearing up with an abundance of events leading up to the big day on Sunday, Feb. 12. From concert series with major headliners to free, family-friendly fun, the following is your guide to the Super Bowl events in Phoenix

Feb. 4 and Feb. 5; Feb. 9 to Feb. 11: Super Bowl Experience

Featuring endless games, exhibits and photo ops, the Super Bowl Experience kicks off festivities for football fans of all ages on Feb. 4 at Phoenix Convention Center. The family-friendly Super Bowl event in Phoenix will even provide visitors the chance to get free autographs from NFL players and legends, see the collection of Super Bowl rings and step into a replica locker room, among many other attractions.
Cost: Tickets range from $20 to $40; admission is free for kids 12 and under.
For more information on the Super Bowl Experience, visit

Feb. 6: Super Bowl Opening Night 

Presented by Fast Twitch, the Super Bowl Opening Night is the first event to take place in honor of the big game on Feb. 6 at Footprint Center in Downtown Phoenix. The event will feature live entertainment, special guest appearances from NFL legends, meet and greets, team mascots and photo opportunities to capture it all. Fans will also have the chance to win prizes when they check into the Super Bowl OnePass app, including two tickets to the Super Bowl.
Cost: Tickets start at $20 for general admission and the event begins at 6 p.m.

Feb. 6 to Feb. 12: 2023 End Zone Experience

The 2023 End Zone Experience, a week-long football-centric extravaganza, will feature multiple events for all interests and age ranges. Events take place at various locations throughout the city of Chandler, from Feb. 6 to Feb. 12. The 2023 End Zone Experience features a lineup of entertainment and engaging activations including live music and concerts, the chance to meet and greet with former NFL players, educational workshops, the only high school football camp and combine in the Chandler area led by former NFL players and coaches and more. The experience ends with Family Game Day in the Park on Feb. 12, 5 to 10 p.m., at Dr. A.J. Chandler City Park.
Cost: Admission is free to Family Game Day in the Park to enjoy a fun evening of music, food trucks, a kid’s zone and more.
Tickets: Reserve space for Family Game Day via

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Feb. 8: Super Bowl Soulful Celebration: An Evening of Inspiration and Culture

Marking its 24th year, Super Bowl Soulful Celebration: An Evening of Inspiration and Culture (formerly Super Bowl Gospel Celebration) returns during Super Bowl LVII week with a live taping on Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mesa Arts Center. An evening of music, comedy, NFL Players and soulful inspiration, the event features performances by Patti LaBelle, Israel Houghton, The Players Choir and more, and appearances by Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, who will be presented with this year’s “Faith In Action Award,” along with a host of other players. 
Cost: Tickets start at $53.

W Scottsdale’s Super Week

Feb. 8: Suits & Sneakers Featuring Rick Ross at W Scottsdale

W Scottsdale’s Super Week will kick off with Suits & Sneakers on Feb. 8 in collaboration with Elevee Lifestyle and produced by Phoenix Fashion Week. The fashion event will begin at 8 p.m. and showcase the latest in sneaker culture and tailored suits with celebrity athletes from the NFL, MLB and NHL modeling the runway. Fox Sports and NFL reporter, Jay Glazer, will host the event, with a special performance by rapper, Rick Ross.
Cost: General admission to Suits & Sneakers starts at $200.

Feb. 8 to Feb. 12: Tailgate Time Machine Featuring T-Pain 

The local groovy spot, The Hot Chick in Scottsdale, is collaborating with Boondocks for the second-annual Tailgate Time Machine with a series of block parties leading up to the Super Bowl. The events will run from Feb. 8 to Feb. 12, with live music from headliners like 12-time Grammy nominee T-Pain taking the stage on Feb. 10 and early 2000’s stars like Baby Bash, Paul Wall and Slim Thug performing on Feb. 9. Catch the big game on the final day on Feb. 12, with the help of 80 TV’s and two oversized LED screens.
Cost: Individual-day tickets start at $129, and three-day passes are $299.

Feb. 8 to Feb. 12: Historic Old Town ESPN Main Street Tailgate

Get a true taste of the Old West in Old Town Scottsdale for the Historic Old Town ESPN Main Street Tailgate from Feb. 8 to Feb. 12 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., as a pre-game extravaganza in partnership with ESPN. It will serve as the backdrop for much of the network’s pre-game coverage leading up to the Super Bowl, including the filming of NFL Live and Sunday NFL Countdown live from the tailgate event. When the cameras aren’t rolling, attendees can enjoy live performances from The Singing Cowboy Gary Sprague, the Bronze Cowboy living statue and Johnny Hotshot, the trick roper and gunslinger. Food and drink offerings will also be available courtesy of Cien Agaves and Piccolo Virtu.
Cost: Free and open to the public.
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Feb. 9: Pepsi Zero Sugar Presents G-Eazy at W Scottsdale

On Thursday, Feb. 9, Pepsi Zero Sugar presents an exclusive performance by G-Eazy at W Scottsdale’s Cottontail Lounge. Doors open at 9 p.m. where guests can enjoy the Pepsi Zero mixology experience and a lively atmosphere.
Cost: Tickets start at $200.

Feb. 9: Meet & Greet with The Bella Twins

Gila River Resorts & Casinos hosts a special meet and greet with the Bella Twins in honor of Super Weekend. The public meet and greet, taking place Feb. 9 at 5:30 p.m., is open to 100 guests, and attendees do not need to register. Afterward, guests can book a private dining experience with Nikki and Brie at Prime, A Shula’s Steakhouse, starting at 7:30 p.m. Attendees will receive a photo with Nikki and Brie, enjoy a special menu at Prime and receive a special-edition wine glass featuring Bonita Bonita Wine.
Cost: This exclusive private dining experience is open to 20 guests and is $1,000 per person.
Tickets: Email for VIP reservations.

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Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest, Paramore

Feb. 9 to Feb. 11: Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest with Paramore, Dave Matthews Band and Imagine Dragons

With three nights of live music from headliners like Paramore (Feb. 9), Dave Matthews Band (Feb. 10) and Imagine Dragons (Feb. 11), the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest is a must-attend Super Bowl event in Phoenix. The shows each start at 7 p.m. at the Footprint Center. The concert series will also have performances by Bleachers, DJ Pee.Wee and Kane Brown.
Cost: Tickets start as low as $39.50 but vary depending on seating in the arena.

Feb. 9 to Feb. 12: Super Bowl Experience with Jimmy Eat World and Lee Brice

A free, family-friendly event, the Super Bowl Experience will be taking place at Margaret T. Hance Park from Feb. 9 to Feb. 12. The event series will feature headliners like local faves Jimmy Eat World (Feb. 9) and Lee Brice (Feb. 10), with more to be announced leading up to an official watch party presented by Verizon. In addition to the live entertainment, guests can expect to enjoy family-friendly games and activities, live music, a selfie station and fare from some of your favorite local food trucks. Event times vary, with Feb. 9 and Feb. 10 running from 2 to 10 p.m.; Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Feb. 12 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Cost: Free and open to the public.
For more information on the Super Bowl Experience, visit

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Feb. 9 to Feb. 12: EEG’s Old Town Viewing Party with 2 Chainz

From Feb. 9 to Feb. 12, the EEG venues in Old Town Scottsdale are pulling out all the stops to make its venues the ultimate spots to catch the big game. Each concept, including Bottled Blonde, Casa Amigos, Hi Fi Scottsdale and Bevvy, are gearing up to help you catch all of the action with the help of significant upgrades in recent months. Some new features include additional seating and upgraded features at Hi Fi and Bevvy; an outdoor rooftop with bottle service and three new LED screens at Bottled Blonde; and brand new gaming center, glass roof and an oversized LED display at Casa Amigos. In addition to enjoying the recent renovations, attendees can anticipate special guest performances, including live music from Grammy Award-winning rapper 2 Chainz at Hi Fi Scottsdale on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Cost: Tickets to see 2 Chainz start at $100, and there is no fee to visit the venues outside of the show.

Feb. 10: Shaq’s Fun House with Diplo and Snoop Dog

One of the season’s most anticipated events, Shaq’s Fun House at Talking Stick Resort is an over-the-top event that is half carnival, half music festival. The madness will take place on Friday, Feb. 10, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. with a night jam-packed with live music from Diplo, Snoop Dogg, Myles O’ Neal and DJ Diesel (Shaq himself); in addition to dining experiences, carnival rides, games, circus performances and much more. Shaq’s Fun House is a 21-plus event with tickets selling out fast.
Cost: Tickets start at $399 for an all-inclusive experience.

Feb. 10: Cardi B at W Scottsdale

During W Scottsdale’s Super Week, Friday Beers, the internet comedy platform, will be hosting a pre-game party with a show from Cardi B on Feb. 10 from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Cost: Tickets for this event start at $500.

Feb. 10: OTF NFL Wives Fashion Show

Off The Field NFL Wives Association will host its annual charity fashion show at Scottsdale Fashion Square on Feb. 10. More than 50 NFL wives, including active and former spouses of NFL players, will be modeling fashionable brands from Scottsdale Fashion Square to benefit Arizona’s Caris Sports Foundation. Some couples guests can expect to see include Tim Brown, Steve Young and James Lofton; accompanying them will be their wives, Sherice Brown, Barb Young and Beverly Lofton. Current NFL football players include Hakeem Adeniji, Kwamie Lassiter II and Trent Williams; joining them will be Kayla Adeniji, Rebecca Geller and Sondra Williams, just to name a few.
Cost: Tickets start at $25 for general admission and $100 for VIP.

Feb. 10: Rolling Stone LIVE with Travis Scott, Robin Thicke & More

Kicking off Super Bowl weekend, Rolling Stone LIVE will be taking place on Feb. 10 at 9 p.m. at The Clayton House. The event is 21-plus and will be celebrating the leading names in football and music with live performances from eight-time Grammy Award nominee Travis Scott and headliners like Robin Thicke, DJ & MC Irie and DJ Whoo Kid. Guests will also enjoy craft cocktails crafted by Crown Royal, mingle with NFL stars, enjoy experimental VIP lounges and much more.
Cost: Tickets start at $750.

Feb. 10: Gridiron Greats Celebrity Golf Classic

Jim McMahon, former NFL player and two-time Super Bowl champion, hosts the Gridiron Greats Celebrity Golf Classic at Anthem Golf and Country Club on Feb. 10. The charity tournament will benefit The Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund, a nonprofit with a mission to assist retired NFL players and their families in dire need situations. Celebrities and athletes expected to attend include Mark Rypien, Morten Anderson, Johnny Damon, Eric Dickerson, Rollie Fingers, Joe West, Grant Fuhr, Goose Gossage, Jamir Miller, Christian Okoye, Jake Plummer, Jeremy Roenick, Kevin Sorbo and others, while guests can enjoy live entertainment, golf, photo opportunities, cannabis-friendly activities and more. Registration will open at 9 a.m., with a shotgun start at 11 a.m.
Cost: General admission starts at $100 per person and $500 for the VIP Experience.

Feb. 10 to Feb. 12: Pepsi Fan Fest with Too Short, Petey Pablo and Tech N9Ne

The Pepsi Fan Fest will take place from Feb. 10 through Feb. 12 in honor of the big game. The three-day fest will feature The Four Peaks Brewing Co. Beer Garden and fare from Cicero’s Cafe, Ellean’s Kitchen, Elote Fuego, MoLo’s Tacos & More, Sancho’s Tacos, Spicy Sassy Dulces and more. A lineup of live music performances is slated for the events, with Too Short playing on Friday night and Petey Pablo and Tech N9Ne taking the stage on Saturday night. A number of other performances confirmed include Ashton Martin, DJ Hydan, DJ LAZER, Vynl Richy and more. A meet and greet with Ricky Watters, former 49ers and Eagles football player, will also occur on Saturday at 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Arizona Center.
Cost: Free and open to the public.
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Feb. 11: Playboy Party with Ludacris at W Scottsdale

Playboy will once again throw one of the most buzzed-about parties on Feb. 11 at W Scottsdale, with a performance by Ludacris, DJs, handcrafted cocktails, fare and more to indulge in from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Cost: Tickets to the Playboy party start at $300.

Feb. 11: Taste of the NFL

With proceeds benefiting school nutrition programs across Arizona through GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger Fund, Taste of the NFL is a tasting experience hosted and curated by culinary superstars Andrew Zimmern, Carla Hall, Tim Love, Lasheeda Perry and Mark Bucher. The event, taking place on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Chateau Luxe, will feature tastings from regional cuisine created by the master chefs. Guests will have the opportunity to dine and mingle with these individuals, in addition to NFL players and celebrity guests.
Cost: Tickets start at $750 per person for general admission or $950 for VIP.

Feb. 11: Rob Gronkowski’s Gronk Beach with 21 Savage, Diplo and Lil Jon

Created by former NFL star and four-time Super Bowl champion, Rob Gronkowski, Gronk Beach is one of the hottest annual Super Bowl events featuring a music lineup curated by the champ. This year’s lineup will feature headliners such as 21 Savage, Diplo and Lil Jon, alongside performances by Bijou, DJ Irie and Sommer Ray. The event will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on Feb. 11 at Talking Stick Resort.
Cost: Tickets start at $300.

GQ Sports Style Hall of Fame

Feb. 11: GQ Sports Style Hall of Fame 

Three of GQ’s latest cover stars, Derek Jeter, Allen Iverson and Deion Sanders, will be taking the stage at the GQ Sports Style Hall of Fame event on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 2:30 to 6 p.m. at The Clayton House in Scottsdale. In addition to the awards ceremony, the event will feature conversations with the athletes about their careers and style, an induction ceremony and a post-event cocktail reception with a DJ and members of GQ.
Cost: Tickets for the event start at $300.

Feb. 11: Super Bowl Breakfast 

Since 1988, the NFL-sanctioned Super Bowl Breakfast has taken place each season, showcasing some of the biggest in the industry. The highlight of the Super Bowl Breakfast (aside from the breakfast itself) is the presentation of the Bart Starr Award to a current NFL player for their outstanding character and leadership skills on and off the field. The ceremony will take place at JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 8 to10 a.m.
Cost: Tickets start at $200.

Feb. 11: Bubble Bowl 

In celebration of game day, Park West and the City of Peoria invite you to its poppin’ family-friendly event, Bubble Bowl. The bubbling experience is free, featuring eight stations where kids can learn the science behind bubbles, create bubble crafts, demonstrate the world’s biggest bubble, get lost in the Foam Zone, enjoy live music, bubble performances, games and much more. The Bubble Bowl will take place on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Cost: Free and open to the public.
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Feb. 11: VIP Xperience Super Bowl Weekend

Taking place at a private location in Phoenix on Feb. 11 to 4 to 11 p.m., VIP Xperience is hosted by Quavo Ft. DJ Durel. Guests can also expect Jack Arnold, DJ Hope Flows and a special appearance by Kevin Nicholas, the Modern Mentalist. The VIP Experience Access Passes are inclusive of all food as well as a hosted bar. Pass purchasers will receive a complimentary one-month membership to X Club Phoenix (valued at $275).
Cost: Tickets start at $99.
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NFL’s Play Football Family Festival 

Feb. 11: NFL’s Play Football Family Festival 

A free, family-friendly event, the NFL’s Play Football Family Festival is back for 2023 and ready to give families in Chandler the ultimate football experience. The event will take place on Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., where little fans will have the opportunity to meet NFL legends, learn skills and drills, try on equipment, be on the field and experience football in a way they never have before. The interactive experience requires a waiver to be filled out before attending the fun day.
Cost: Free, but requires a participation waiver to be filled out beforehand.

Feb. 11: BetMGM West Fest with Tim McGraw

This exclusive country music fest is taking place at Glendale’s Westgate Entertainment District on Saturday, Feb. 11, with doors opening at 6 p.m. The concert will feature country music stars and headliners like three-time Grammy Award winner, Tim McGraw, and his guest, Bailey Zimmerman.
Cost: General admission starts at $57.

Feb. 11: Big Game Big Give with J.J. Watt and Gavin DeGraw

Recently retired NFL star J.J. Watt is set to co-host the Big Game Big Give, a star-studded charity party the night before the Super Bowl on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 6 p.m., at a private Paradise Valley estate. The event will feature a live performance from Grammy Award winner, Gavin DeGraw, an award ceremony, a live auction, food stations, cocktail bars, tea experiences, salt healing rooms, crystal rooms, sound bowls, an underwater art experience, a fashion show and much more. The extravagant event’s proceeds benefit the Justin J. Watt foundation to aid underprivileged students.

Feb. 12: Player’s Tailgate with Chefs Bobby Flay and Aaron May

Taking place at the stadium on game day, Feb. 12, the Player’s Tailgate is an immersive culinary experience hosted by Chef Bobby Flay and featuring award-winning chefs like Aaron May, Todd English, Antonia Lofaso, Rocco DiSpirito, Tiffany Derry, Brooke Williamson and Michael Voltaggio. In addition to celeb chef appearances, guests can mingle with over 50 active NFL players, catch a live music performance from DJ Irie, enjoy an open bar and indulge in premium fare from their favorite chefs.
Cost: Tickets are $875 per person.


Feb. 12: Game Day at Mavrix with Jack Daniel’s

Mavrix in Scottsdale will host plenty of fun for the big game with Jack Daniel’s on Sunday, Feb. 12. Watch the Super Bowl on Mavrix’s outdoor 20-ft. Jumbotron or on the Trophy Room Grill’s dozens of 4K TV’s broadcasting the full game. Level-up your experience with several game day packages, and Jack Daniel’s will be on site with giveaways and to shake up custom cocktails for fans 21-plus from 4 to 8 p.m.
Cost: Tickets start at $45.

Feb. 12: Michael Mina’s Tailgate

On Feb. 12 from 2 to 9 p.m., Bourbon Steak at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess welcomes football fans for the first-ever Michael Mina’s Tailgate. The event will feature six action stations (ranging from cold shellfish to prime rib), a red carpet valet, photo ops, DJ, lawn games and much more.
Cost: VIP table service is $180 per person and includes a welcome cocktail, five drink tickets, buffet and table for the event, while general admission is $95 and includes a welcome cocktail and buffet.

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Feb. 12: Big Game Watch Party at Six40rty x Anoche

Six40rty and Anoche in Tempe are collaborating for three parties in one sprawling venue, with 80-plus TVs and multiple TV walls, a massive patio with yard games, six total bars, food specials, VIP table packages, DJs, the exclusive launch from White Claw and more. The Big Game Watch Party is open at 10 a.m. for breakfast.
Cost: $20 entry fee; includes a featured beverage.

Feb. 12: The Big Game LVII Viewing Party at Cala with Chef Beau MacMillan

Join Cala for its Big Game LVII Viewing Party, taking place on game day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fun event will be hosted by Food Network star and celebrity chef Beau MacMillan and Executive Chef Peter McQuaid while they prepare a special Super Bowl menu with al la carte options for brunch and game-day staples.
Tickets: Reservations are required to attend; RSVP with the VIP host, Rudy Hoeffer, at 480.907.8024.

Feb. 12: The Big Game Event at WKP Sports & Entertainment

Join WKP Sports & Entertainment at We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort for the biggest game of the year. Place your bets at WKP Sportsbook and catch every play on the 47-ft.-wide HDTV. Attendees can also enjoy $25 beer buckets, a buffet brimming with game-day grub, prizes and more. Seating is limited and based on a first-come, first-served basis. 
Cost: No cover charge; the event is first come, first serve.
For more information on WKP Sports & Entertainment, visit

Feb. 12: SugarJam The Southern Kitchen Watch Party

SugarJam The Southern Kitchen in North Scottsdale hosts its first-ever watch party event. On Feb. 12, guests at SugarJam can enjoy a buffet, specialty cocktails, games and live music from its resident DJ all while watching the big game from 4 to 9 p.m.
Cost: Tickets are $75.

Feb. 12: AAWL Puppy Tailgate

On Sunday, Feb. 12, from 1 to 3 p.m., Phoenix residents can take part in the AAWL Puppy Tailgate at Walter Station Brewery in Phoenix. Guests can enjoy adorable pups for petting and the AAWL puppy field–plus, the chance to watch the big game all while supporting the pet shelter.
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Feb. 12: Skybox Sunday Viewing Party at W Scottsdale

The W Scottsdale Super Week all leads up to the final event on game day, on Feb. 12, with a Skybox Sunday Viewing Party for guests to catch the sports match on an LED screen or poolside at the hotel’s WET Deck. Doors open at 10 a.m.
Cost: General admission starts at $200.

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