Las Vegas is one of the most popular party cities in the world. It doesn’t matter how you like to spend your evenings, there’s something for everyone. This is especially true for sports fans who like to watch and bet on big events throughout the year. None will be bigger in 2024 than Super Bowl LVIII. Set for Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, this game is set to bring out the masses. But with ticket prices being well outside the normal fee, fans, celebrities, and everyone in between will need to find somewhere else to watch the game. These are five venues that should be on your list to watch the game on February 11.
When it comes to watching sports in Las Vegas, Circa is one of the best spots in the city. This venue is 21-and-older which is important for families looking to hunker down and watch the game. But what makes this a must-visit venue for sports fans is the 78-million-pixel video screen. This massive video screen is a major attraction throughout the year, but the Super Bowl pumps that up even more. You can also attend Stadium Swim where you can watch in heated pools, cabanas, and the VIP area. There are a variety of packages available for those looking to attend, so be prepared to spend a pretty amount if you want to watch the game at Circa.
Liv at Fontainebleau Las Vegas
Ok, so this is an addition, especially for the partygoers. Liv is one of the most popular nightclubs in Miami and it has finally opened a sister location in Las Vegas. Fontainebleau has already become one of the hottest new hotels in the city and one reason is because of Liv nightclub. The venue is hosting a Super Bowl LVIII watch party titled “Bleau Blitz” and this is certainly expected to be attended by a “Who’s Who” list of celebrities and influencers. VIP packages begin at $2,000 and will only increase closer to the date. Expect this event to be an entire party around the game and last long after the final seconds tick away.
Biggest Game Bash
If you’re looking for an option that is more family-friendly, then the Biggest Game Bash will be more up your alley. Starting at 11 in the morning, this is a free watch party that is basically a large tailgate experience. The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center transforms into a huge venue with food, music, games, and of course the main attraction. Tables are available for reservation and a beverage minimum.
Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Tailgate
If you’re looking for another tailgate experience, this is an option you will enjoy. This is another free viewing party, but there are also VIP tickets and packages available that include bottomless drinks at the open bar and guaranteed seating with shade. Fieri is also hosting a viewing party at his restaurant, Flavortown Sports Kitchen.
Stadia Bar at Caesar’s Palace
Stadia Bar is a venue that is in between those looking to focus on the game and those looking for a party-like atmosphere. You’ll be able to watch on the massive HDTVs located throughout the bar. This is a casual dress code bar, which is vastly different from both Circa and Liv. You can go by yourself and sit at the bar or get a table for friends. If you’re looking for something twenty-one and up without the inflated costs of a nightclub, Stadia Bar is the right spot for you.