Super Bowl LVII in Phoenix
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Game InfoBack to Top of List
The 2023 Super Bowl LVII will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 12, 2023. This marks the fourth Super Bowl played in Greater Phoenix since 1996 — the year Super Bowl XXX took place at Sun Devil Stadium — and the third to take place at this venue, it follows Super Bowl XLII in 2008 and Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.
Rihanna is slated to the be the halftime show performer for this year's Super Bowl.
Additional information will be added as it becomes available.
Find out more from the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee.
Visitor CenterBack to Top of List
If you’re looking for information on what to do while you’re visiting Greater Phoenix for the game, please reach out to one of our Destination Experts.
While you’re in Phoenix, stop by our Visitor Center that will be located at: 455 N. 3rd St., Phoenix, 85004. You’ll find information and advice about what you can see and do, and some special goodies made for the big game.
The Visitor Center will be open from Feb 4 through Feb 11.
Saturday, Feb. 4: 10am-7pm
Sunday, Feb. 5: 10am-7pm
Monday, Feb. 6: 10am-5pm
Tuesday, Feb. 7: 10am-5pm
Wednesday, Feb. 8: 10am-5pm
Thursday, Feb. 9: 10am-7pm
Friday, Feb. 10: 10am-7pm
Saturday, Feb. 11: 10am-7pm
FestivitiesBack to Top of List
Super Bowl Central in downtown Phoenix in 2015 | Credit: Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee has selected Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix as the host site for the signature fan festivities throughout the week leading up to Super Bowl LVII. Free to the public, this multiday outdoor festival will include an immersive fan experience with live music, entertainment, local cuisine and multicultural celebrations.
“Downtown Phoenix has changed a lot since the last big game. We look forward to visitors experiencing the growth of business, restaurants, arts, entertainment, and our massively improved transportation," said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego.
Margaret T. Hance Park is a one-of-a-kind park that is inclusive to all Phoenix residents. Through a public-private partnership, the 32-acre park has experienced a multiphase renovation and revitalization. Visitors will be able to experience the new Fiesta Bowl PLAY at Hance Park, a 20,000 square-foot playground that features a climbing wall, a separate net climbing structure, a water mist play feature and a sand play area positioned under a shade canopy. Its other unique amenities include three animal-themed play structures – a Kit Fox, Black-Tailed Jackrabbit and Great-Horned Owl.
“We are eager to welcome the diverse crowd of football fans to one of the city's most eye-catching parks, while showcasing the best in entertainment and culture Phoenix has to offer," said Phoenix Parks and Recreation Director Cynthia Aguilar. “Phoenix Parks is ready to help provide an unforgettable fan experience."
Surrounding events for Super Bowl LVII include:
Jan. 7: Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee 5K-9 Fun Run presented by PetSmart at Riverview Park
Feb. 4-5, 9-11: Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Phoenix Convention Center
Feb. 6: Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch at Footprint Center
Feb. 8: Super Bowl Gospel Celebration at Mesa Center for the Arts
Feb. 8-12: Historic Old Town ESPN Main Street Tailgate in Old Town Scottsdale
Feb. 9-11 Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest at Footprint Center, featuring Paramore, Imagine Dragons, and Dave Matthews Band
Feb. 9: NFL Honors presented by Invisalign at Phoenix Symphony Hall
Feb. 9-12: Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Hance Park
Feb. 9: Performance by Jimmy Eat World
Feb. 10: Performance by Lee Brice
Feb. 10: FanDuel Party at Tempe Beach Park
Feb. 11: Taste of the NFL at Chateau Luxe
Feb. 12: Official Super Bowl Watch Party at Hance Park, featuring the largest LED screens in Arizona
Things to DoBack to Top of List
Explore the Sonoran Desert through hikes, saguaro cactus and more, as well as some of our favorite places to go and local gifts in between all that Super Bowl fun.
Places to StayBack to Top of List
Looking for a comfy spot during your Super Bowl trip? Check out some of the best hotels and resorts in Greater Phoenix, as well as exclusive deals and discounts for your stay.
TransportationBack to Top of List
Visitors are encouraged to take public transportation and or ride share during their time here in Greater Phoenix. Those with tickets to the Super Bowl Experience in downtown Phoenix can use their tickets as admission to get around on the Valley Metro Light Rail.
Who is performing during the Super Bowl LVII halftime show?
Grammy Award-winning pop star Rihanna will take the stage at the 2023 Super LVII halftime show at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This will be Rihanna's first time performing at the Super Bowl.
Where can I park for Super Bowl LVII?
State Farm Stadium is located in the Glendale Sports & Entertainment District off the AZ Loop 101 Freeway between Bethany Home Road/Cardinals Way and Glendale Avenue. Over 24,000 parking spaces in numerous car parks are available.Learn More
Where can I find parking for special needs and disabilities?
All Sportsman's Park carparks have signed ADA parking spots. A valid state-issued hangtag or license plate is required to park in a signed ADA spot. All parking, including accessible parking, is on a first-come/first-serve basis.Learn More
Are there any restrictions for entering the stadium?
Only one large clear bag and one small clutch purse or wallet will be admitted. Two large clear bags or two small clutch purses will not be admitted.Learn More