Super Bowl 53 is set to be filled with day time activities and nightlife across Atlanta. And for the most part, many of these events will be feature both celebrities and former stars of the NFL.
Happening in Atlanta features entertainment that includes food, drink and good music, as well as charities supporting a good cause.
Some food and entertainment options in the area include Taste of the NFL, as well as the Super Bowl Awards Brunch, honoring Josh Norman, Darius Philon, Rob Vaka and Takeo Spikes. The Taste of the NFL will be Saturday while the brunch will be taking place on Thursday.
In addition, some fun things having in the evening during Super Bowl week include Super Bowl-A-Thon, happening Friday night 3pm-6pm. And even a Celebrity Flag Football Challenge featuring over 20 celebrities, including Quavo and Offset, as well as former pros like Michael Vick and Devin Hester.
However, one of the bigger events happening is the Bud Light Super Bowl 53 Music Festival, spanning over a three day period. On Thursday, Ludacris and Migos are set to perform, on Friday is Aerosmith and Post Malone and on Sunday Bruno Mars and Cardi B will take the stage. Recent additions to the event have even included Ciara and 21 Savage on Thursday’s lineup.
Each night, the concerts will be held at State Farm Arena. The tickets start at $50 and end at around $200.
For the city of Atlanta, their hands will certainly be full. Up to 10,000 people are set to volunteer for these events, however, more than 25,000 have applied for these positions. For small businesses and hotels, the rewards will be plentiful, with potentially $50,000 to $100,000 in earnings for such an event.
Overall, the week leading up to the Super Bowl is expected to bring the best out of the city of Atlanta, and nothing less. With the new Mercedes Benz Stadium being the focal point of all downtown activities, fans and tourists alike should enjoy all of the music, food and fun that Super Bowl week will bring.
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