PHOENIX – Whether you’ve traveled from all over the country or live in Glendale’s State Farm Stadium to Tommy Townsend’s Punt, fans who want a little Super Bowl 2023 experience without running out of credit cards are welcome. You can find a lot of wallet friendly ones. event to attend.
There are two big ones that only cost $20 and a free one.
The first pigskin bargain is the Super Bowl Experience presented by Loews, considered one of the best events of Super Bowl Week. The interactive fan experience will be staged at the Phoenix Convention Center in downtown Phoenix, February 4-5 and he’s February 9-11.
said Peter O’Reilly, executive vice president of club business and league events for the NFL.
“Whether you’re 5 or 85, there’s a huge convention center where you can go and find something. You can see[championship]rings[from past Super Bowls]get autographs from NFL players, and have all the things that are real NFL.”
At the NFL Shop, fans can purchase limited edition items and merchandise from all NFL teams, not just the Eagles and Chiefs who are competing for the title in Glendale.
“This is a celebration of not just the Cardinals, Chiefs and Eagles, but all 32 teams,” said Nicky Ewell, NFL senior director of events. “We want to showcase this event as the crown jewel of our calendar and give our fans something back.”
Organizers suggest fans download the NFL OnePass app to access a full list of attractions before attending the Super Bowl Experience.
The opening night, presented by Fast Twitch, the national kickoff event for Super Bowl 57, will take place on February 6th at the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix. As with the Super Bowl Experience, admission to the opening night event is $20.
“We are very excited about opening night,” said Eric Finkelstein, NFL senior director of event planning. Tickets are still available and fans can come.”
There will also be live entertainment, guest appearances from NFL legends, and photo opportunities for fans. Attending fans also have the chance to win cash and other prizes, including two tickets to Super Bowl 57, using the NFL OnePass app.
Country music fans can register to join the waiting list to see two-time Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year winner Luke Combs perform at the Arizona Financial Theater on February 9. increase. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are free. In addition to the concert, there are exclusive giveaways, photo opportunities, and more.
Not everything Super Bowl related is in downtown Phoenix or Glendale. Other events dot the Phoenix Metro he area, including Scottsdale.
Fans can find the ESPN Main Street Tailgate in historic Old Town Scottsdale on Main Street from February 8th to February 12th. ,” and “Sunday NFL Countdown” will be displayed.
Entertainment is plentiful, including life-size games, live music, western bars, and food. Admission is free for all ages.
From Scottsdale, the party moves to Tempe, where sportsbook FanDuel is hosting a free party on February 10th. The Killers perform live, with a celebrity and his NFL legend competing in a variety of sporting activities. There is a $100,000 cash prize and lots of food trucks. The event will be held at Tempe Beach Park with doors opening around 6pm and the show starting at 8pm.
Families looking for something to do don’t have to go to Chandler’s at the Play Football Family Festival. Beginning at 10 a.m. on February 11, kids will have plenty of activities including meeting current NFL players and his NFL legends, participating in drills, learning new skills, trying on equipment, and more. There is no entry fee, but participants must sign a waiver first.
For fans who want to visit State Farm Stadium on game day but don’t have tickets, the record-breaking biggest tailgate of Super Bowl Sunday hosted by Guy Fieri is free for anyone who manages to break through the traffic. available.
Beginning at 11:30 a.m., Tailgate is a three-minute walk from State Farm Stadium and features over 20 different restaurant pop-ups and interactive dining experiences for fans. Diplo will perform live as musical entertainment. Fans can register to get tickets (only 10,000 available).
All events are making final preparations to accommodate football fans from near and far.
“For Arizona in particular, we’ve been planning these events for over two years to get to this point,” says Finkelstein. “We have been here since January 9, building the building and setting everything up.
“But we will continue to prepare and are very much looking forward to our fans enjoying the whole event.”