Host Committee and NFL Announce Expanded Roster of Events and Locations for Super Bowl LVII

PHOENIX (October 24, 2022) – The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and National Football League today announced an expanded line-up of events taking place in the lead-up to Super Bowl LVII on February 12, 2023. Jay Parry, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and Peter O’Reilly, Executive Vice President, Club Business & League Events of the NFL shared the extensive footprint of Super Bowl events taking place across the Valley.

“We are thrilled to be hosting the first-ever Official Super Bowl Watch Party in downtown Phoenix on gameday,” said Parry. “Locating Super Bowl events throughout the Valley is a testament to the collaboration and leadership of our partners and elected officials, with each community having something unique to offer visitors and locals.”

“Arizona will provide a unique backdrop for a weeklong celebration heading into Super Bowl LVII which will culminate what is proving to be a remarkable 2022 NFL season,” said O’Reilly. “We look forward to providing an incredible Super Bowl experience for the Arizona community, our players, Clubs, partners and fans.”

Highlights include:

Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee 5K-9 Fun Run presented by PetSmart January 7 Riverview Park, Mesa
Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s @ Phoenix Convention Center February 4-5, 9 – 11 Phoenix Convention Center
Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch February 6 Footprint Center, Phoenix
Super Bowl Gospel Celebration February 8

Mesa Arts Center

Historic Old Town ESPN Main Street Tailgate February 8 – 12 Old Town Scottsdale
Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest February 9 – 11

 Footprint Center, Phoenix

NFL Honors presented by Invisalign February 9

Symphony Hall, Phoenix

Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s @ Hance Park February 9 – 12

Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix

FanDuel Party February 10 Tempe Beach Park
Taste of the NFL February 11 Chateau Luxe, Phoenix
FOX Sports Broadcast Set Programming throughout the week The Great Lawn at State Farm Stadium, Glendale
Official Super Bowl Watch Party February 12 Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix

In addition to these events, community projects are in progress across the state and will continue through February, including beautification projects, habitat restoration, a student STEAM program, youth football clinics, and more.

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