Heading To Miami For Super Bowl Weekend? Here’s A List Of Parties & Events You Can’t Miss!
By Stephanie Ogbogu
On Sunday, February 2, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers are facing off in a game that everyone will be talking about for weeks. If you plan on descending upon Miami, FL that weekend, there will be no shortage of activities to keep you occupied.
Check out our list of Super Bowl 54 parties and events that you absolutely can’t miss.
Thursday, January 30
EA Sports Bowl Presents: DJ Khaled and Friends @ American Airlines Arena
Kick-off your Super Bowl weekend with DJ Khaled, Meek Mill, Megan Thee Stallion, and Da Baby at EA Sports Bowl Miami 2020. The show starts at 8 pm at the American Airlines Arena and you’re going to be in for a treat. Get your tickets soon, prices can fluctuate. Grab yours here!
Super Fan Fest (The Wynwood Marketplace, 2250 NW 2nd Ave)
For fun, family-friendly, and FREE events to attend all week, consider the Super Bowl Fan Fest. Enjoy tailgating, football activities, live music, and more. You can also catch Rae Sremmurd performing on Saturday, February 1st.
Thursday, January 30, 4 pm – 2 am
Friday, January 31, 4 pm – 3 am
Saturday, February 1, 12 pm – 3 am
Sunday, February 2, 11 am – 2 am
Click here to RSVP for free tickets.
SiriusXM and Pandora Present: Lizzo @ the Fillmore Miami Beach (1700 Washington Ave.)
Lizzo fans, here’s your chance to see your fave for FREE! SiriusXM and Pandora are hosting a free concert for Pandora and SiriusXM subscribers. Just sign up for their waitlist here and await your confirmation. Show starts at 9 pm!
The Celebrity South Beach Bowl @ Abel Holtz Stadium Flamingo Park (1200 Meridian Ave)
Enjoy an awesome day of flag football, live music, food, family fun and meet and greet with celebrity guests at the Celebrity South Beach Bowl. This is great for the whole family. For tickets and details, click here.
Friday, January 31
The Chad “Ocho Cinco” Celebrity Super Slam @ Rick Case Arena at Nova Southeastern University (3301 College Ave., Fort Lauderdale)
The Chad “Ocho Cinco” Celebrity Super Slam Charity Basketball Game is a fun-filled game of hoops featuring past and present NFL greats, Hollywood celebrities, music superstars, social media personalities and many more. The event benefits Dj Irie’s Foundation. Special guests include tennis star Coco Gauff, Ace Hood, Flo-Rida, NFLers Brent Grimes, Terrell Owens, and more. Get your tickets here. Doors open at 6pm.
Shaq’s Fun House
For an experience as big as the man himself, you need to get tickets to Shaq’s Fun House. The carnival-themed extravaganza features an open bar, amazing food, and tons of A-list talent in attendance. The event is 80% sold out. Grab your tickets here.
Vewtopia @ SuperFest Miami Gardens (19261 NW 27th Ave)
Beginning January 24 through February 3 you can live, taste, and party in Miami Gardens at SuperFest Miami. The family-friendly festival includes concerts, carnival rides, delicious food, a kid zone, and tons of games. On Friday, January 30, begins Vewtopia, featuring performances by Cardi B, Chris Brown, Da Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, and Migos, just to name a few. Get your 2-day passes, tickets, ride passes, and more here.
Saturday, February 1
Everyday People @ 1-800-Lucky (143 NW 23rd St)
If you’re familiar with one of our favorite traveling parties, Everyday People, you’ll be happy to know that they’re making their way to Miami for Super Bowl weekend. Join Everyday People at 1-800-Lucky from 3 PM-10 PM with music by DJ Moma, DZA, Silent Addy, Spinser Tracy & Latenite. Tickets are just $16.50. Get yours here.
Welcome 2 Miami Music Festival @ James L. Knight Center (400 SE 2nd Avenue)
You can’t come to Miami without paying a visit to Trina, Trick Daddy, and Rick Ross (with special guest Jeezy). The concert takes place from 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm and it’s a guarantee that these M.I.A. natives will go through all of the hits. For tickets, click here.
Taste of the NFL @ The Diplomat Beach Resort (3555 S Ocean Dr)
Foodies, this one is for you. Taste of the NFL is the premier event for food and wine enthusiasts during Super Bowl weekend. Enjoy dishes from over 32 of America’s top chefs while rubbing elbows with NFL players past and present. The tickets come at a hefty price of $700, but they’re definitely worth it as proceeds are donated to multiple hunger-relief organizations. Get your tickets here. You can also check out the menu here.