The Super Bowl is coming to Atlanta! If you are a guest of our city, or would like to join in the fun, check out these great things to do in Atlanta for the Super Bowl!
The Taste of the NFL’s annual strolling wine and food event features a chef from each NFL city serving their signature dish alongside a current or alumni NFL player. The result? 35+ food stations where guests can sample fine cuisine, meet and mingle with renowned chefs and NFL greats and participate in a silent auction with unique sports memorabilia and other exciting items. You can get your tickets here!
Super Bowl LIVE is the free-to-the-public fan village. The event will highlight Atlanta’s vibrant culture and music scene, featuring concerts produced by GRAMMY Award-Winning Producer Jermaine Dupri. The Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon will be open from Saturday, January 26 – Saturday, February 2 at Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta.
Super Bowl Experience Driven by Hyundai is the NFL’s interactive theme park celebrating Super Bowl LIII from Saturday, January 26 – Saturday, February 2 in Georgia World Congress Center (Building B). At the Super Bowl Experience, you can participate in immersive exhibits and interactive games. You can take photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, collect free NFL player and Legend autographs, get an up-close look at the collection of all 52 Super Bowl rings and more!
The most exciting, continuous event surrounding Super Bowl LIII also gives you the chance to train like an NFL player at Combine Corner with the 3 Cone Drill, 40-Yard Dash and the Broad Jump! After testing your skills on the field, see what happens off the field with behind-the-scenes access to NFL Network player and celebrity interviews at the Bridgestone Fan Gallery located at Georgia World Congress Center (Building A). Commemorate your fun experience with a stop by NFL Shop at Super Bowl presented by Visa, home of the largest collection of Super Bowl LIII merchandise! Tickets are available online and at the door.
This is the national kickoff for Super Bowl LIII festivities on Monday, January 28. Be a part of the action as the Super Bowl players and coaches address the nation for the first time LIVE from State Farm Arena in Atlanta! Super Bowl Opening Night is the first interaction that Super Bowl players and coaches from both teams have with media before the Super Bowl, and the only time the two teams will be in one location before the game.
Event Schedule (All times are approximate)
Doors Open: 5:30PM
NFC Team Interview Session Begins: 7PM
AFC Team Interview Session Begins: 9PM
The Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest will run Jan. 31 through Feb. 3 at State Farm Arena. Set to perform are top musical acts, from Ludacris and Migos to Aerosmith, Post Malone, Bruno Mars and Cardi B. Tickets appear to range from $50 to $800, and are available on ticket resale sites.
Barstool Sports is bringing its Rough N’ Rowdy amateur boxing brawl to the Coca-Cola Roxy for the Super Bowl. Set for Feb. 1, the event will pit average-guy fighters against each other. It’s invite only, but you can order the match on Pay-Per-View stream for $15.99.