Thursday of Super Bowl week marks the beginning of the celebrity and “experiential” parties. The host city begins to feel the pinch of the traffic, resources get stretched, and the transit options are crowded with folks in-town to soak up the atmosphere. Atlanta’s reputation as destination city will be on display with the following events and parties!
Super Bowl LIVE
Date: Saturday, January 26- Saturday, February 2
Time: Saturday, January 26: 11 AM – 10 PM
Sunday, January 27: 12 PM – 7 PM; Monday, January 28 4 PM – 9 PM; Tuesday, January 29: CLOSED; Wednesday, January 30: CLOSED; Thursday, January 31: 4PM – 10PM; Friday, February 1: 2PM – 10PM; Saturday, February 2: 11AM – 10PM
Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon is the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee’s free to the public six-day event. Highlighting Atlanta’s music scene, there will be concerts produced by GRAMMY Award-winning producer Jermaine Dupri. There will also be family-fun activities.
The concerts for each day will be dedicated to several genres of music. Saturday will be devoted to hip-hop, Sunday will be devoted to country, Monday will be for the hip-hop/r&b fans, Thursday will be for country & rock, on Friday, attendees will be able to enjoy the sounds of pop/EDM, and Saturday will finish off with the sound of hip-hop. Super Bowl LIVE will take place at Centennial Olympic Park located at 265 Park Ave W NW in Atlanta.
For more information, visit the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee’s website.
ATL Super Bowl Trap Fitness Festival
Monday Jan. 28 – Saturday, Feb. 2
Time: 11 a.m. or 9 p.m.
The ATL Super Bowl Trap Fitness Festival will host Atlanta’s first fitness nightclub where attendees can drink, stretch, dance, network, and workout. There will be a one day party and one nightclub event every day. The fitness festival will feature trap pilates, trap yoga, trap dance, and will end in a party.
All tickets include adult beverages as part of the experience. The class will be an hour long, and doors open 60 minutes before each event daily. ATL Super Bowl Trap Fitness Festival will take place at the AlterEgo Pilates & Fitness Studio located at 139 Ralph McGill Boulevard NE. Tickets range from $22-28. Interested people can purchase tickets here.
Super Bowl Experience Driven by Hyundai (Jan. 26 – Feb. 2)
This interactive fan event will be held in the Georgia World Congress Center, Building B. Ticket prices are $20 for weekdays and $40 for weekends. Super Bowl Xtra tickets can be purchased for $55 on specific days.
2019 Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest
Time: 9:00 p.m.
Bud Light is presenting the three-night Bud Light Music Festival at State Farm Arena. Parties and live performances from artists such as Ludacris, Migos, Lil Yatchy, Lil Baby, Metro Boomin, Cardi B, and Bruno Mars. Also, the Bud Light EA Sports Bowl will kick off Thursday, January 31 with performances from Ludacris, Migos, Lil Yatchy & Lil Baby, Metro Boomin & Lil Jon and more. Friday, January 1 will include performances from Aerosmith and Post Malone. On Saturday, February 2, Bruno Mars and Cardi B will grace the stage.