Super Bowl LIII is Coming to Atlanta, Georgia

Super Bowl LIII is Coming to Atlanta! Here’s What’s Happening.

BrownDaniel What's Happening Around Atlanta

There’s always plenty to do in The Big A, but our city is really kicking it up a notch to celebrate Super Bowl LIII. From official events sponsored by the NFL to local celebrations honoring the event, there’s a way for everyone in town to get involved in this football extravaganza.

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Official Super Bowl LIII Events in Atlanta:

Super Bowl Opening Night

Monday, January 28 at State Farm Arena

Kick off the Super Bowl week festivities at Opening Night! Be there when players and coaches address the media for the first time ahead of Super Bowl LIII and celebrate with the teams, cheerleaders and mascots. This is the ONLY time both teams will be in the same location prior to the big game!
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Super Bowl LIVE

Saturday, January 26 – Saturday, February 2 at Centennial Olympic Park

Super Bowl LIVE is the official Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee’s free fan village. Spread across eight days leading up to the Super Bowl, this festival focuses on Atlanta’s vibrant culture and music scene, with concerts featuring local artists, athlete appearances, carnival-style games, fireworks and other family-friendly activities.
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Super Bowl Experience

Saturday, January 26 – Saturday, February 2 at the Georgia World Congress Center

At the NFLS’s interactive theme park, Super Bowl Experience, fans can participate in exhibits and interactive games, snap a picture with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, and even meet some of the NFL’s most legendary players and current stars. Test your skills at the Combine Corner, get a front row seat for player interviews, and grab a new jersey at the official NFL Super Bowl shop. Tickets are $20 for adults, and each adult ticket comes with up to 3 free tickets for kids 12 and under.
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Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

Thursday, January 31 at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Taped the evening of January 31, this musical celebration is celebrating its 20thyear as part of the Super Bowl week festivities, and will be broadcast on February 2 on BET. Featuring giants of the gospel music word such as Kirk Franklin and The Winans, the concert also includes a performance by the NFL Players Choir.
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Athletes in Action Super Bowl Breakfast

Saturday, February 2 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis – Atrium Ballroom

Held in conjunction with the Super Bowl annually since 1988, the Super Bowl Breakfast gives a sellout crowd the opportunity to hear some of the most respected names in football speak about the sport they love, and about causes that have impacted their lives. The Bart Starr Award, presented each year at the breakfast, honors Starr as a positive role model to his family, teammates and community. Each year the Bart Starr Award is given to a current player, and the winner is determined by NFL-player balloting, allowing players to recognize the inspirational leaders among them.
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NFL Honors

Saturday, February 2 at the Fox Theater

NFL Honors is the National Football League’s annual awards show where the season’s most spectacular players and plays are honored. The celebration will air as a 2-hour primetime special, and will even feature a red carpet walk for the honored nominees and attendees.
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Taste of the NFL

Saturday, February 2 at the Cobb Galleria Centre

Country legend Martina McBride will perform, and 32 of America’s finest chefs will bring their signature dishes to be sampled while you stroll among autograph and appearance sessions from NFL legends and Hall of Famers. Even better – ticket sales benefit local hunger relief organizations.
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Super Bowl LIII Concerts in Atlanta:

Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest 2019Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest

Thursday, January 31 through Saturday, February 2 at State Farm Arena

A brand new addition to the Super Bowl week festivities, this festival crosses genres and generations and mixes local Atlanta icons with some of the biggest names in music today. In addition to the lineup below, celebrities and athletes will make surprise appearances over the course of the three-day event.
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Thursday – Ludacris, Migos
Friday – Aerosmith, Post Malone
Saturday – Bruno Mars, Cardi B


DirecTV Super Saturday Night

Saturday, February 2 at Atlantic Station

For 13 years, DirecTV has been putting on one of the Super Bowl week’s biggest musical events, and this year is no different. A custom-built 3-tier venue holding 72,000 has been constructed at Atlantic Station to house this year’s exciting performance by rock legends, Foo Fighters.
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Maxim Big Game Experience

Saturday, February 2 at The Fairmount

If you’re wondering where Atlanta’s A-listers will be partying, head over to The Fairmount for the Maxim Big Game Experience, the most fashionable pre-game party in town, with performances by Diplo, Future and Jamie Fox.
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Super Bowl LIII Food and Drink Events:

Atlantas Winter Beer FestAtlanta Winter Beer Fest

Saturday, February 2 at Atlantic Station

This year’s Atlanta Winter Beer Fest comes at the perfect time to give out-of-towners a taste of Atlanta’s craft beer scene. The festival will feature over 150 beers inside heated tents, along with food trucks and live music.
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Big Game Brunch

Sunday, February 3 at Atlantic Station

Presented by Atlanta Wine Festivals, this all-inclusive brunch event includes food from some of Atlanta’s best restaurants along with bottomless Bloody Mary and mimosa bars, beer and wine.
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Super Bowl LIII Charity Events:

Groups and organizations across the city are throwing Super Bowl-sized parties to celebrate footballs biggest day while raising money for worthy causes across the city and nation.

Off the Field Players’ Wives Association Fashion ShowOff the Field Players’ Wives Association Fashion Show

Friday, February 1 at The Shops Buckhead

For the 18thyear, NFL players’ wives and significant others will walk the runway in fashions from some of Buckhead’s hottest boutiques. The charitable beneficiary of this year’s event is Girls Who Code, a national organization trying to “close the gender gap in technology.” The fashion show’s finale is always a hit, when the players escort their ladies for a final walk.
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Jim Brown’s Legends of Football Happy Hour and Golf Tournament

Friday, February 1 at Topgolf Atlanta Midtown

Hosted by legendary Hall of Famer Jim Brown, this annual celebrity golf tournament will include Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith, Adrian Peterson, Eric Dickerson, Marcus Allen, Ray Lewis, among others. The money raised by the event will benefit Brown’s own Amer-I-Can organization.
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19thAnnual Celebrity Flag Football Challenge

Saturday, February 2 at SunTrust Park

Pre-game festivities include marching bands and cheerleaders from local Atlanta high schools, but the main event is all flag football fun! Participating teams will include pro-athletes, celebrities and musicians, and proceeds will benefit local schools along with military organizations.
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World’s Largest Tailgate: A Tailgate with a Mission

Saturday, February 2 at the Georgia International Convention Center

This celebration of unity among fans includes over 160 booths and exhibits, food vendors, games and prizes. Fan clubs for all 32 NFL teams will be represented and former players will be making special appearances.
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