Super Bowl 57 is a little less than one week away, which means all the fun activities in the hosting city and surrounding communities are getting ready to begin. If you’re in the Greater Phoenix area, we’ve put together all you need to know about upcoming Super Bowl events in Glendale, Arizona. If you’re a foodie, you’re in for a good time.
Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Tailgate
Where: Next to State Farm Stadium, 1 Cardinals Drive, Glendale
When: Sunday, Feb. 12, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Guy Fieri is one of the biggest restaurateurs in the country. He owns numerous establishments nationwide, including multiple in the Phoenix area, and his unique culinary tailgating experience will be one of the premier Super Bowl events in Glendale this year. Glendale will be host to this inaugural event, which Fieri has been planning for more than a year and hopes will become an annual event.
“I want to see this carry on. I want to see this become as synonymous with the Super Bowl as the kickoff,” Fieri said.
The tailgate event will have restaurant popups, bars, and local vendors for a taste of Phoenix, and there will also be multiple musical performances.
If you’re interested in attending, general admission is free. However, guests are asked to register to attend the event at GuysFlavortownTailgate.com to help ensure organizers are adequately prepared for the event. If you want to upgrade your experience, you can purchase VIP tickets for $400. The VIP tickets include free food and drinks curated by Fieri, table service and front row views of the main stage.
2023 Players Tailgate Hosted by Bobby Flay
Where: Tanger Outlets Glendale, 6800 N. 95th Ave., Glendale
When: Sunday, Feb. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Players Tailgate has been rated the No. 1 event to attend seven years in a row on Super Bowl Sunday, and it will be one of the most heavily sought out Super Bowl Events in Glendale. From food to sports and entertainment, this well-known event has it all. In addition to culinary icon Bobby Flay, nearly 20 other celebrity chefs, including former Top Chef winners, will be in attendance and offering some of their specialty dishes.
Also, more than 50 current and former NFL players are expected to make an appearance. The list includes Deebo Samuel, Tyreek Hill, Jalen Ramsey, Dak Prescott, Julian Edelman, and more. It will also be emceed by ESPN commentator Sage Steele.
The Tanger property provides the perfect open-air venue for a great experience, and it’s within walking distance of State Farm Stadium, which is perfect if you’re one of the lucky ones with Super Bowl tickets. All-inclusive tickets for adults start at $875 and can be purchased here.
Betting on Super Bowl 57
Once you’ve had your fair share of great bites and pre-game entertainment, you’ll also be able to wager on the big game if you want, since this will be the first Super Bowl to be hosted in a state where sports betting is legal. There are multiple options to wager on the game for all who are interested. From online sportsbooks to the newly opened BetMGM sportsbook at State Farm Stadium.
Betting in person at the new sportsbook may be one of the best Super Bowl events in Glendale this year considering what all you can do at the 17,000-square-foot venue. It has a 265-square-foot video wall, over 35 high-definition televisions, and a world-class bar and grill. If you don’t have tickets to the big game but are in the area, this is a great option to watch the game.
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Super Bowl 57 Odds
The Eagles’ defense has been elite all season, and they’ll need it against Patrick Mahomes. However, if the Kansas City Chiefs are to have a chance in this one, they’ll need some good news about their trio of wide receivers who left the AFC Championship game with injuries last week. Mecole Hardman has been moved to IR; as for the others, be sure to monitor the injury report before wagering.