For the week paving the way to Super Bowl LII on Feb. 3, Atlanta will play host to a portion of the year’s most elegant gatherings, tastings, and shows—including everybody from NFL legends and A-rundown competitors to huge name famous people and gourmet specialists. The following is your manual for the greatest occasions springing up all around the city, and routes for you to catch a ticket to join the festivals:
Super Bowl Opening Night
Monday, Jan. 28, State Farm Arena
Diversion week formally commences with this fan-most loved occasion, highlighting players and mentors from the contending Super Bowl groups. Supported by Gatorade, it’s the main time the two NFL groups will be in one area before meeting on the field on Sunday. Fans in participation can catch signatures, take photographs with mascots and team promoters, and meet their most loved players. Tickets begin at $29, are as yet accessible.
Super Bowl Live
Saturday, Jan. 26-Saturday, Feb. 2, Centennial Olympic Park
The six-day “fan town,” created by On Location Events, will include live open-air shows, neighborhood sustenance trucks, rear ends, and intuitive diversion—just for nothing! The show lineup, curated by Atlanta symbol and Grammy-winning maker Jermaine Dupri, incorporates Goodie Mob, DJ Smurf, and the Atlanta Bass All-Stars. Get the full lineup here.
Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest
Thursday, Jan. 31-Saturday, Feb. 2, State Farm Arena
Bud Light is known for their critical diversion day ads, however this year they’re conveying their Super Bowl strength straight to the city of Atlanta. For the principal year, Bud Light and On Location Experiences are setting up a three-day party, which will incorporate exhibitions by Ludacris, Lil Jon, and Migos on Thursday night; Aerosmith and Post Malone on Friday night; and Bruno Mars and Cardi B finishing off the celebration on Saturday night. Tickets for each of the three evenings are as yet accessible.
Shaq’s Fun House
Friday, Feb. 1, The Battery
“Part music celebration, part fair, part bazaar, my Fun House mixes whiz specialists with an interesting super intuitive jubilee encounter,” said Shaquille O’Neal of his first Super Bowl party. Stars expected to perform incorporate Migos, Lil Jon, T-Pain, Tiësto and Diplo. Visitors of this slam won’t go hungry: there will be a full-scale Waffle House spring up and chomps from STK Steakhouse. Tickets are as yet accessible.
Taste of the NFL: Party with a Purpose
Saturday, Feb. 2, Cobb Galleria Centre
NFL alums, culinary experts and famous people—like superstar diplomats Jeff Bridges, Alyssa Milano, and Bobby Flay—will meet up to fund-raise for yearning help. Each NFL group establishment city is spoken to by a gourmet expert and a player, and visitors can nibble around the gathering to experience every city’s culinary scene. This yearly Super Bowl-eve gathering is about great sustenance, great wine, and doing useful for those in need. Tickets are as yet accessible.
Maxim Big Game Experience: ATL Royalty
Saturday, Feb. 2, The Fairmont
The yearly Super Bowl slam will be loaded up with games and amusement stars. On tap at the stimulation: Maxim has tapped Diplo, Future and Jamie Foxx. Need to catch a ticket for this gathering? They’re as yet accessible.
Sports Illustrated’s ‘Saturday Night Lights’ Party
Saturday, Feb. 2, The College Football Hall of Fame
Hip jump legends Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne will hit the phase at SI’s epic pre-diversion slam. Notwithstanding getting a set by DJ IRE and Dallas Austin and blending with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit models, visitors can likewise offer in a quiet closeout highlighting sports and excitement memorabilia, including Steve Young’s 49ers head protector, a Prince marked electric guitar, and a Peyton Manning Super Bowl diversion cap. General affirmation and VIP tickets are as yet accessible.
Rolling Stone Live: Atlanta
Saturday, Feb. 2, The Goat Farm
It’s nothing unexpected that Rolling Stone caught an A-rundown melodic program for their amusement week slam. Craftsmen booked to perform incorporate Ludacris, Young Thug, Gunna, and Lil Keed, and DJ Questlove will complete a set to finish off the night. General affirmation and VIP tickets are as yet accessible.
DirecTV Super Saturday Night
Saturday, Feb. 2, High-End Entertainment Complex
The Foo Fighters and Run the Jewels will make that big appearance at this yearly Super Bowl eve slam, where a custom-fabricated, 3-layered, 72,000 square-foot scenes will be developed at Atlanta’s Atlantic Station. Constrained tickets are as yet accessible.
The Players Tailgate Atlanta
Sunday, Feb. 3rd, Pemberton Place
Calling all foodies: For one day just, Guy Fieri is transforming Atlanta into the home of Flavortown with his yearly Sunday evening back end party. Expect generous diversion day eats from Fieri and his lineup of the nation’s best culinary specialists, including Aaron May, Thiago Silva, Ken Oringer, Jamie Bissonette, and Michael Voltaggio. Tickets are as yet accessible.