Are you ready for some football? Super Bowl LVIII(58) will be held on Sunday, February 11th, 2024 right here in Las Vegas between the San Fransisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Not everyone can afford tickets to this game, but instead you can check out some events leading up to the Big Game.
Throughout Super Bowl Week, enjoy events such as Opening Night and Super Bowl Experience with immersive experiences for fans of all ages.
Super Bowl Opening Night fueled by Gatorade
On Monday, February 5th, from 3pm- 8pm, experience Opening Night at Allegiant Stadium. The Super Bowl players and coaches will meet up for the first time during their only public appearance in Las Vegas before taking the field for Super Bowl LVIII.
See the players and coaches interviewed, plus live entertainment, as well as special appearances and autographs by NFL Legends, and team mascots.
Tickets to this event are just $30 with no hidden fees, get yours today at SuperBowl.com/OpeningNight.
The Super Bowl Experience
Mandalay Bay will be home to some of the Super Bowl week events leading up to the Big Game, specifically the Super Bowl Experience.
The NFL takes over Mandalay Bay South Convention Center starting Wednesday, February 7 through Saturday, February 10 with Super Bowl Experience.
Experience the NFL’s football theme park with interactive games like the 40-yard dash, get star player autographs, take photos with the Super Bowl Rings and Vince Lombardi trophy, and visit NFL Shop presented by Visa. It’s the ultimate Super Bowl Week event with fun for all ages.
There are lots of time slots left (even on Saturday) but this event may sell out. I would recommend this for anyone to take kids to, it was worth it. We spent three hours in here with our 6 and 9 year olds and with friends that also have two kids under 4 and brought a stroller.
There was so much more to do, but the kids (and us adults) were running out of steam. Keep in mind that it is a very long walk (probably over 15 minutes) from parking to the convention center so leave early for parking and walking. There are a few snack bars in there and seating, plus a bar, some food stations and an NFL Shop on site.
Tickets for Super Bowl Experience presented by Toyota start at $25 on day one and $50 for adults for the rest of the week. Plus, kids 12 and under are totally FREE! Only adults pay to enter. Download the NFL One Pass app now, then get your tickets here!
Choose the day you wish to go and the time you would like to enter. Once you purchase your adult tickets, go to your One Pass app and register or sign up for your account. You can add how many FREE children you are bringing at this time. Then just follow the prompts and link your Ticketmaster account to One Pass.
Your tickets for all NFL events will show up in the NFL One Pass app.
SBXtra “Fast Pass” Tickets
Provides a priority queue line for “first-class” fans to the following SBX elements: Autograph Stage, Vince Lombardi Trophy, Games, and NFL FLAG youth clinics. General Admission tickets will still permit access to all attractions, it just does not include access to the expedited queues. Price is $75.
This ticket includes a general ticket to Super Bowl Experience which is required for entry into the event. Everyone in your party using SBXtra must have an SBXtra wristband. Only 50 SBXtra wristbands are available each hour.
What’s happening at the Super Bowl Experience:
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Play Football Two Minute Drill
Test your Quarterback Mastery by quickly passing the ball down the field and into three targets before the clock runs out. Score when it matters most!
Play Football Training Camp
Stop by Training Camp to race through a series of obstacles and train like the pros. Get ready to show us your skills!
Crucial Catch QB Scramble
Take the snap and run through read-and-react obstacles before throwing a pass to a larger than life target!
FedEx Air Challenge
How do your quarterback skills stack up against this year’s FedEx Air NFL Player of the Year nominees? Find out by testing your passing accuracy on specially designed targets.
FedEx Ground Challenge
Prove you have the rushing skills of the FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Year nominees by catching a punt and weaving through traffic down the field to the end zone.
With 5 throws and 5 targets worth various points, compete in a head to head competition against an opponent by trying to hit targets to score points and outscore your opponent.
NFL PLAY 60 ZONE
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Arts & Crafts
For the youngest of the NFL’s fans, color in your favorite NFL team’s helmet or logo.
Gear Up & Go
Kids can try on NFL equipment and feel like a pro.
Kick, Run, Throw, Defend
For the younger fans of the NFL, experience the skills that make a great NFL Player.
NFL PLAY 60 Dance Floor
Get hyped and celebrate like an NFL Player by showing your best dance moves on the Play 60 dance floor*. *
Play Football Field*
– you need to head to this field as soon as you enter if you want a chance to play on it. You scan in your One Pass app and then have to select a time. It was booked for hours in advance when we checked.
Watch and learn from USA Football coaches and NFL players about football and NFL FLAG football, as well as Heads Up tackling during various clinics, competitions, and demonstrations. On-field clinics are open to kids ages 6-14.
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AFC & NFC Championship Trophies
Stop by and see the AFC Lamar Hunt and NFC George S. Halas Championship Trophies
Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award
Awarded at NFL Honors for the NFL player who best exudes sportsmanship, this award honors Pittsburgh Steelers founding owner and Hall of Famer Art Rooney, Sr.
Chronology of Pro Football
Trace through iconic moments and developments that make the NFL what it is today.
Evolution of the Shield
Learn how the NFL Shield has evolved since 1960.
Look Like A Pro
Step inside a uniformed body-cast mold bearing the insignia of your favorite NFL team, and have a friend snap your photo.
My Cause My Cleats
Visit the My Cause My Cleats exhibit to discover NFL players’ commitment to community and how they displayed the charitable causes they champion on their gameday cleats.
NFL Draft Stage
Visit the official NFL Draft set, and take your spot behind the podium with your favorite team’s #1 jersey_. _
NFL Locker Room
Come visit our replica locker room as it appears on gameday. Experience the sights and sounds of the real NFL pregame!
Fans can take their picture with an oversized replica of all 32 NFL team helmets, presented by Pepsi.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
My husband and I visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH this past summer and it is amazing. But if you can’t make it to the midwest, you’ll want to spend some time looking at the amazing stuff they brought out to Vegas.
A look into pro football’s glorious past with rare memories on display in sleek translucent LCDs and bronze busts of Hall of Fame Legends!
- Peyton Manning
- Fred Biletnikoff
- Tim Brown
- Al Davis
- Howie Long
- John Madden
- Art Shell
- Charles Woodson
Road to the Championship
Get the best highlights as the video display counts down winners of each divisional match up on the road to the Super Bowl Championship.
Super Bowl Experience Autograph Stage presented by Panini
Get free autographs from current NFL players and NFL Legends. Schedule will be available by February 1, 2024 in the OnePass app.
Super Bowl Rings
See the collection of all 57 Super Bowl rings up close detail!
The Vince Lombardi Trophy
Take your photo with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, football’s most prestigious award.
Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year presented by Nationwide
This annual award, presented by Nationwide, is granted to the NFL player who demonstrates outstanding contributions to society off the field while handling himself in an exemplary fashion on the field.
Game time will be at 3:30pm PST, and the halftime show this year will be Usher.
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