Super Bowl LVII

The Game, the Events, the Parties

From the Big Game to the parties and events, the Valley will be filled with football fans this month. In addition to the actual Super Bowl, there are tons of related events. Here's what you need to know.

Super Bowl LVII 

Sun., Feb. 12 

State Farm Stadium, Glendale  

FOX Sports Broadcast Set: Programming throughout the week on The Great Lawn at State Farm Stadium, Glendale 

The Events

Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s 

Feb. 4-5, Feb. 9-11 

Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix 

The NFL's football theme park with interactive games like the 40-yard dash, and where attendees can get star player autographs, take photos with the Super Bowl Rings and the Vince Lombardi trophy, and visit the NFL Shop.

Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch 

Feb. 6 

Footprint Center, Phoenix 

See players and coaches make their first public appearances. Also, live entertainment, special appearances, photo opportunities, and more.

Super Bowl Gospel Celebration 

Feb. 8 

Mesa Arts Center, Mesa

The only inspirational music event sanctioned by the NFL for the weekend.

Historic Old Town ESPN Main Street Tailgate 

Feb. 8-12 

Old Town Scottsdale, Scottsdale

A five-day, Old West-style football pre-game party. The event also serves as ESPN’s backdrop for the network’s pre-game coverage.

NFL Honors presented by Invisalign 

Feb. 9 

Symphony Hall, Phoenix 

Emmy- and Grammy Award-winning artist Kelly Clarkson hosts this primetime awards special that recognizes the NFL's best players, performances, and plays from the 2022 season. It airs live at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on NBC, NFL Network, and Peacock.

Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest 

Feb. 9-11 

Footprint Center, Phoenix 

This three-day musical festival features Paramore with special guest (Feb. 9), Dave Matthews Band with special guest DJ Pee .Wee (Feb. 10) and Imagine Dragons and Kane Brown (Feb. 11).

Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Hance Park 

Feb. 9-12 

Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix 

This free, outdoor, multi-day immersive experience features live music, entertainment, and food. Jimmy Eat World (Feb. 9) and Lee Brice (Feb. 10) will perform.

FanDuel Party 

Feb. 10 

Tempe Beach Park and Arts Park, Tempe 

Expect appearances by some of the biggest names in sports, a performance by The Killers, superstar showdowns, and food trucks.

Off the Field NFL Player Wives’ Charity Fashion Show

Feb. 10

Scottsdale Fashion Square, Scottsdale

A charity fashion show put on by the NFL Players’ Wives Association.

Taste of the NFL

Feb. 11

Chateau Luxe, Phoenix

Hosted and curated by Andrew Zimmern, Carla Hall, Tim Love, Lasheeda Perry, and Mark Bucher, and featuring appearances by NFL greats, Taste of the NFL will offer guests tastes of food from some of Phoenix’s top restaurants. Proceeds benefit school nutrition programs in Arizona and Beyond through GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger fun.

Official Super Bowl Watch Party 

Feb. 12 

Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix 

Watch the game with other fans at this main park in Downtown Phoenix, which will feature the largest LED screens in Arizona.

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Shaq’s Fun House Presented by Netspend

Feb. 10

Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale

Held in a custom-built mega structure adjacent to Talking Stick Resort, this event will feature over-the-top production and a full-size carnival experience. There will be a full carnival midway complete with games, rides, and experiences. Snoop Dogg will headline the event, and DIPLO will perform live. DJ DIESEL’s performance presented by Takis® will be live-streamed so fans around the globe can tune in.

SI The Party

Feb. 11

Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale

Sports Illustrated (SI) is holding its SI The Party Presented by Captain Morgan at Talking Stick Resort, with The Chainsmokers and Machine Gun Kelly as its headlining musical guests. NYLON will also bring its signature NYLON House to this year’s event.

Fun Facts

  • This is the fourth Super Bowl played in Greater Phoenix since 1996.
  • Rihanna is this year’s halftime show performer.
  • Kelly Clarkson is the first woman to host the NFL Honors show.

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