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Vegas Super Weekend, What to Do in and Around the Sin City

Story By: Erin Zollars

Photos By: Sol Tucker

Las Vegas, NV–

There is no doubt this has been quite a few months for Las Vegas and this weekend it culminates with the biggest sports weekend to hit Sin City. Whether you are a Chiefs or 49ers fan, the parties, the glitz and the always regular fun in going to be 750 times as big this weekend.

Here is a list of events we compiled with links to purchase tickets. We are certainly going to be checking in on a few events over the weekend and lets hope to not to get bit by a Coyote out at Lake Las Vegas in the process.

Check out some of the events big and small, they have them all. Feel free to drop us a note if their are other events that we may have missed.

Friday, Feb. 9

Radio XX, 6 p.m., The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails at the Cosmopolitan

  • Described by the Cosmopolitan as “a Las Vegas rock staple,” Radio XX will kick off Super Bowl weekend with a performance at the resort’s luxury speakeasy. More information can be found here.

The One Party by Uber at Fontainebleau Las Vegas, p.m., BleauLive Theater at Fontainebleau LV

  • Uber One members can dance to the songs of rapper Post Malone among other special guests while dining on food from local restaurants on UberEats during this party at the Fontainebleau’s BleauLive Theater. You can sign up in the Uber application to become a member, but members will have received an invite via email to claim their tickets last week.

NFL Legends “Big Game Kickoff” Party, 8 p.m., A-Lot at AREA15

  • Presented by USA TODAY in partnership with the NFL Alumni Association, The Legends Party will include appearances from players like Hines Ward and Matt Ryan, a performance from musician Jason Derulo, as well as a slew of food and beverages, a meet-and-greet opportunity and more.. Guests must be 21 or older to attend, and can purchase tickets — which start at $200 and are slated to go up — here.

Chemistry: An Intimate night with Kelly Clarkson, 8 p.m., Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood.

  • Grammy Award-winning singer Kelly Clarkson performs through Saturday, Feb. 10. Tickets are on sale here.

DJ “Vinny” V-Man, 9 p.m., CliQue Bar & Lounge at the Cosmopolitan

  • More information can be found and reservations can be made here.

Rod Wave & Jeezy Big Game Weekend, 10 p.m., Sahara Theatre

  • Guests must be 21 or older to attend the event. General admission begins at $75, while VIP admission with expedited entry begins at $125. Purchase tickets here.

Shaq’s Fun House 2024, 10 p.m. doors open, XS at the Wynn/Encore

  • Described as “part carnival, part music festival,” Shaq’s Fun House – organized by former basketball star Shaquille O’Neal – is taking over the XS Nightclub for a “legendary fan experience” that includes an immersive carnival and performances from artists like Lil Wayne, Diplo and more. O’Neal will even take the stage as DIESEL for a special DJ set during this 21 and over event. General admission tickets – starting at $149.99 – will provide access to the outdoor area of XS Nightclub, where the performances will take place as well as curated drinks and activations. VIP Open Bar tickets and VIP tables are also available starting at $499.99. Purchase your tickets here.

John Summit, 10:30 p.m., LIV at Fontainebleau

  • House and techno music fans can see DJ John Summit at the Fontainebleau’s LIV nightlife experience, created by Groot Hospitality, for just $50 if they’re male and $30 if they’re female at general admission rates.

Saturday, Feb. 10

37th Annual Leigh Steinberg Super Bowl Party, 12 p.m., Ahern Luxury Boutique Hotel

  • The 37th Annual Leigh Steinberg Super Bowl Party will feature the 11th Annual Brain Health Summit, a red carpet, the Steinberg DeNicola Humanitarian Awards, ICON Hall of Fame, the Player X Experience and a charity poker tournament among other events. Celebrity talent include Champion boxer Floyd Mayweather, three-time Super Bowl MVP Joe Montana, Seinfeld actor Patrick Warburton and rapper Raekwon of the Wu Tang Clan.

Planet 13 Tailgate Party, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Planet 13

  • Former NFL running back Ricky Williams will be joining Planet 13 – the world’s largest cannabis dispensary superstore — on Saturday to launch his new cannabis brand Highsman Sticky Ricky. Meet Williams and partake in some of the big game specials at the adjacent Trece & Bar 13.

Ne-Yo, Tank and Mario Big Game Weekend, 4 p.m., Sahara Theatre

  • Guests must be 21 or older. Women can receive complimentary admission from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m, while general admission tickets start at $40. VIP admission with expedited entry starts at $60. Tickets can be purchased here.

The 442s, 6 p.m., The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails at the Cosmopolitan

  • Jazz, classical and a slew of other genres can be heard from this band at the Cosmo’s speakeasy the day before the Super Bowl. More information can be found here.

BetMGM Big Game Bash concert, 8 p.m., The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan

  • Country star Luke Combs headlines at the Cosmo the night before the “big game.” Tickets start at $400 and are available here.

DJ Rod Epic, 9 p.m., CliQue Bar & Lounge at the Cosmopolitan

  • Call 702-698-7939 or visit the CliQue Bar & Lounge website for more information.

IKON Presents: Rod Wave Party of the Century, 10 p.m., The Portal at AREA15

  • Fans must be 18 or older to attend. Tickets start at $150 for the performance, which will feature appearances from Summer Walker, DaBaby and Big Charm, and can be purchased here.

Michelob Ultra Country Club, 7:30pm Top Golf Las Vegas

  • Fans must be 18 or older to attend. Tickets start at $399 for VIP and up to $15,000 for a VIP cabana with golf. Performances by Lil Wayne, TI and Alesso. Tickets and info here 

Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz Big Game Weekend, 10 p.m., Sahara Theatre

  • Guests must be 21 or older to attend this event, featuring live performances from Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz. General admission begins at $75, and VIP admission with expedited entry starts at $125.

Tiësto, 10:30 p.m., LIV Las Vegas at Fontainebleau

  • Tiësto will be taking the stage at the Fontainebleau’s nightclub during the big game weekend, set to play hits like “Thank You (Not So Bad),” “Lay Low” and “10:35.” Best Available tables start at $9,500, which include a table with no specific location, but the “most exceptional and direct views of the DJ and stage” will cost you about $70,000. You can book a table here.

Sunday, Feb. 11

Gordon Ramsay Burger, Planet Hollywood

  • Purchase a $200 drink beer, wine and cocktail package, which includes a $75 food credit, here.

Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sports Kitchen, Horseshoe Las Vegas

  • Purchase a $200 drink beer, wine and cocktail package, which includes a $75 food credit, here.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, The LINQ Hotel + Experience

  • This Super Bowl patio party costs $200 per person and includes a bucket of four beers per table, snacks and an all-you-can eat food and beverage menu, according to a release. Reserve your spot here.

Ramsay’s Kitchen, Harrah’s Las Vegas

  • Culinary icon Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant at Harrah’s will offer guests an “all-you-care-to-eat” package starting at just under $200, with the option of adding on a bottomless beverage package. A private experience is also available for nearly $400. Reserve your spot here.

Piano Bar, Harrah’s Las Vegas

  • Catch the game from this vibe-y space at Harrah’s, with seating available starting upwards of $250 and food-and-beverage packages available. Make reservations here.

Big Game Viewing Party, Stadium Swim, Circa

  • Stadium Swim will be offering a variety of seating options along with “an extravagant pyrotechnics display” and 143-foot screen carrying “booming game audio.” Catch every touchdown or tap of Usher’s toes during halftime while basking in the warmth of Stadium Swim’s heated pools. Field Access Standing Room starts at $275 per person, and Club Level Standing Room is $300. You can reserve your Stadium Swim tickets here.

Guy’s Flavortown Tailgate is Better with Pepsi, 10:30 a.m., behind the High Roller Observation Wheel and Linq Promenade, adjacent to Caesars Forum

  • Over 15,000 people can attend this massive food festival, featuring live performances from Dustin Lynch and Diplo. More information can be found here.

South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa “Big Game” viewing parties, 10:30 a.m., the Showroom, Grand Ballroom and Exhibit Hall at South Point

  • Big game viewing parties at this off-Strip resort, presented by Pepsi, will be free to guests over 21. Seating is available on a first come-first serve basis. More information can be found here.

SoberBowl Vegas ’24, 12 p.m., Clark County Amphitheater

  • Join Clark County for a family-friendly big game celebration featuring NFL legends, live music, comedy and appearances by comedian Craig Gass, American blues rock singer-songwriter Huntley and Five Finger Death Punch bassist Chris Kael. Food trucks and vendors will be on-site. Tickets for adults – 13 years of age or older – include free parking and start at $20 online or $25 at the door. Youth aged 12 years old and under are $10 online, and $15 at the door. VIP guests, which include preferred parking and a VIP meet and greet, are $50 online and $55 at the door. Purchase SoberBowl tickets here.

“The Ultimate 2024 Big Game Tailgate” at AZILO Ultra Pool, 12 p.m., Sahara

  • A beverage package at $140 for this event, with Marshall Faulk and Terrell Owens, gets you unlimited premium liquor, beer, hard seltzer and prosecco until halftime, while a $180 food-and-beverage package will add in hot dogs, chili and other game-day favorites. The “Ultimate Tailgate Party” package includes an $800 food and beverage minimum, and guests can choose between a daybed, cabana, bungalow or party pit, depending on the size of their group. Tickets can be purchased here.

Barbershops Cut & Cocktails Big Game viewing party, 1 p.m., the Cosmopolitan

  • This speakeasy at the Cosmopolitan will offer guests a limited-time food menu, from Wagyu sliders to sweet potato fries with tzatziki sauce, to enjoy as they watch the Super Bowl. Radio XX will take the stage Sunday night, once the game has been won. Bar seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and table reservations are available with a starting price of $3,000. Reservations can be made here.

CliQue Bar & Lounge Big Game viewing party, 1 p.m., the Cosmopolitan

  • The cocktail bar located on this Strip resort’s casino floor will offer game-day bites like beef empanadas, chipotle buffalo chicken tenders, truffle pasta and much more. The party will go on after the game, with a show from DJ Patrick Cornett. Bar seating is available on a first-come first-serve basis, and table reservations are available starting at $1,500. Call 702-698-7939 for pricing and reservations.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue – Vegas Big Game Party, 1 p.m., Linq Promenade

  • Viewing on Virgil’s TV screens and projection screen, a premium open bar and more are just a few of what it’s offering guests to watch the Super Bowl. A food-and-beverage starting at $225 per person will give guests access to a slew of barbeque options and open bar selections, and be available from 3 p.m. to the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter. Purchase tickets here.

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, 1:30 p.m., Linq Promenade

  • This viewing party will offer a premium buffet and open bar. Bar or captain’s table seating is available at $250 per person; rail or ledge seating is available at $225 per person; A table for four is available at $1,000 per group of four or less. The opens two hours prior to kickoff at 3:30 p.m. Reserve your seat by calling 702-826-2100 or emailing

Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que, 1 p.m., Treasure Island

  • Get a view of the big game at Gilley’s watch party, which will include all-you -can-drink draft beers and premium cocktails with a food buffet starting at $200. Guests must be 21 years of age or older, and seating is limited. Call (702) 894 – 7371 to purchase wristbands.

2024 Big Game Tailgate Viewing Party at Chickie’s & Pete’s, 2 p.m., Sahara

  • This revered sports bar will offer bar seating with big-screen viewing, with pricing starting at just over $288 for guaranteed bar seating with big-screen viewing, and a $225 food and beverage credit for “mouthwatering game day fare, drinks and bottle service,” according to a release. Premium, deluxe and VIP table seating is also available. More information can be found here.

Gatsby’s Big Game Viewing Party, 2 p.m., Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge at Resorts World Las Vegas

  • Guests at Gatsby’s can enjoy viewing of the Super Bowl from multiple screens, themed drinks, photo opportunities and more. A live DJ performance will begin at 10 p.m. following the game’s end. Tables are available for groups of five or more, with a $175 beverage minimum per person. Reservations can be made here.

Eight Lounge’s Big Game Bash, 2 p.m., Resorts World Las Vegas

  • Eight’s Lounge, located inside Resorts World, will offer guests signature cigars and cocktails, as well as live entertainment from DJ Coffin Candy following the game. Open seating will be available at the bar, while reservations with $150 per person beverage and cigar minimums are also available. More information can be found here.

The Tavern Big Game Viewing Party, 2 p.m., Fontainebleau Las Vegas

  • When the Fontainebleau debuted in December, so did its slew of new food and beverage concepts — including the Tavern, a bar and restaurant attached to the resort’s sportsbook. In addition to complimentary admission with an open premium bar and available menu upgrades, the Tavern will also offer premium and VIP seating, potentially including couch and lounge seating, as well as a 180-degree LED video wall to watch the Big Game. Reservations can be made by emailing For parties of eight to 10 people, or VIP luxury couch seating, email

Bleau Blitz – Big Game Viewing Party, 2 p.m., LIV at Fontainebleau

  • Attendees of this watch party at the Fontainebleau’s LIV nightlife experience will be treated to the “ultimate VIP viewing experience,” per a release from the resort. The event will feature high-definition televisions, food and beverage and premium seating. Admission is complimentary, though hotel guests will be given expedited entry, and seating is available for reservation here. You must be over 21 years old.

Mijo Modern Mexican Restaurant – Big Game viewing party, 2 p.m., Durango Casino & Resort

  • One of many food and beverage concepts recently opened at the Durango, Mijo Modern Mexican Restaurant will offer fans “an electrifying atmosphere with a theater-style setup, featuring multiple HDTVs positioned throughout the restaurant and a state-of-the-art sound system to heighten the thrill of the game,” with a menu of fajitas, chicken taquitos and more, according to a release. Fans are highly encouraged to reserve seating, with a minimum food and beverage purchase of $175 per person.

Bel-Aire Lounge – The Big Game, 2 p.m., Durango Casino & Resort

  • Clique Hospitality’s new cocktail lounge inside the Durango promises an “unforgettable afternoon,” per a release, with a theater-style setup of 10 HDTVs and a state-of-the-art sound system to watch the Super Bowl. Food and beverage packages, offering stadium grub like nachos and hotdogs, are available starting at $250 per person, and there will also be a charcuterie table and carving station available for guests over the course of the day. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made here.

Proper Eats Big Game Watch Party, 2 p.m., Aria

  • The different stations in the Aria’s food hall will offer tailgate-inspired eats in an all-you-can-eat buffet for guests over the age of 21 on Super Bowl Sunday. Food and beverage packages start at $200 and can be reserved here.

ameriCAN Big Game Party 2024, 2 p.m., ameriCAN Beer & Cocktails on the Linq Promenade

  • ameriCAN will offer a premium open bar from 2 p.m. to the end of the Super Bowl game itself. General admission tickets, which include guaranteed seating, priced at $217 per person and available here.

Off The Strip Bistro + Bar Watch Party, 2 p.m., Linq Promenade

  • This bistro and bar will offer a premium open bar and all-you-can-eat buffet on its second floor, for $175 per person. Reservations can be made by calling 702-331-6800.

CRUSH, 2:30 p.m., MGM Grand

  • Morton Group’s American grill, CRUSH, will offer game fare like BBQ pork sliders, coleslaw and more to guests who watch the Super Bowl there Sunday, with packages starting at $149 per person. Make your reservations here, or by calling 702-891-3222.

Maxie’s, 3 p.m., Linq Promenade

  • Guests can purchase an all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink package for $150 per person, with a menu that will be served family-style at the table, including wings, sliders, nachos, pizza and more, while they watch the Super Bowl. Make a reservation by emailing

The Sundry Big Game Watch Party, 2:30 p.m., the Uncommons

  • The Uncommons, a new mixed-use community in the southwest Las Vegas Valley, will host a viewing party at its food hall with timeless game-day food and beverage options like wings, sliders, beer, wine and more. The Sundry is equipped with multiple large screens to ensure a great viewing experience, per a release, and guests can also play classic yard games like corn hole. Tickets can be purchased on UnCommons’ website. Ticket packages range from $29 to $116 and can be found here.

General Admission Big Game 58 viewing party, 2:30 p.m., the Uncommons

  • This new Las Vegas sports bar at the mixed-use community, Uncommons, in southwest Las Vegas is offering guests table reservations priced at $150 per seat to watch the Super Bowl, or a standing room spot with three drink tickets for $50. Reservations can be made here.

Big Game Immersive Viewing Party, 2:30 p.m., The Portal at AREA15

  • View the Super Bowl through a 360-projection experience on multiple 23-foot walls with state-of-the-art sound, with an all-you-can-eat buffet and a two-hour open bar. Seating is first-come, first-choice and tickets start at $120 per person. Guests must be 21 or older to attend. More information can be found here.

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway, 2:30 p.m., Wynn

  • For an elevated viewing of the Super Bowl, hit up this classy restaurant on the northern end of the Strip, where there you can eat ahi tuna poke, loaded tater tots, chicken wings and more, and enjoy a bottomless bar. The all-you-can-eat package costs $195, with bottomless bar options available for a fee of more than $100. More information can be found here.

Big Game Viewing Parties, 3:30 p.m., The Strat

  • Watch the game while eating at a “Tailgate Buffet,” at either PT’s Wings & Sports or View Lounge, with food-and-beverage packages starting at $79 per person. Purchase tickets here.

1923 Prohibition Bar Big Game Watch Party, 3:30 p.m., Mandalay Bay

  • Entry to this viewing party at Mandalay Bay’s vibe-y speakeasy is complimentary, with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis, and an array of screens on which to watch the game and a variety of food and cocktail options. VIP tables can be reserved starting at $125. Email to reserve a table.

HyperX Arena Las Vegas’ Big Game watch event, 3:30 p.m., Luxor

  • The 30,000-square-foot HyperX Arena at the Luxor will offer guests the chance to watch the game on a state-of-the-art LED video wall or multiple TVs, as well as an open bar and other food-and-beverage options. Tickets for entry are $165, with the option to reserve tables and VIP rooms. More information can be found here.

IKON Presents: Big Game Weekend Grand Finale with 50 Cent and Friends, 11:59 p.m., A-Lot at AREA15

  • Long after the buzzer sounds, fans can gather at AREA15 to close out Super Bowl weekend with a bang. Grammy Award winner 50 Cent will headline, with appearances from Fridayy, DJ Aktive, DJ Nice and more. Guests must be 18 or older to attend. Tickets start at $150 per person and can be purchased here.

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