Yet another one of the big names in Super Bowl parties has announced its plans for the first weekend in February. Sports Illustrated will be heading to Miami to throw its annual event, this time at the historic Fontainebleau Miami Beach. The famous sports and entertainment magazine, brand, and media company is partnering with The Undisputed Group to bring in top artists and DJs to perform for guests at what they’re calling “The Party.” Here’s what we know about the 2020 Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party in Miami!
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Who’s performing at this year’s Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party?
Last year, SI brought in Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg to perform at its party in Atlanta, along with a celeb-filled guest list.
This year, international electronic music artist Marshmello and hip-hop-pop superstars Black Eyed Peas will be performing at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach on the Saturday night before the big game. There will also be live video mixing and sounds by DJ Irie, who performed at last year’s SI festivities too. Expect lots of concert-quality production and plenty of dancing throughout the night! (Fergie likes to hit popular Super Bowl parties, so what are the chances she’ll be hitting the stage to reunite with the rest of her former band members? Hey, no promises here, we’re just speculating!)
What else can guests expect? What’s the guestlist like?
According to David Spencer, founder and co-CEO of The Undisputed Group, “This year, we’re presenting an immersive, elite playground for partygoers with a curated mix of talent, sponsors, photo opportunities, and more.” The party’s official website also mentions that they’ll feature branded partner integrations during the evening as well.
The official sponsor of The Party is tequila brand Casamigos, and other sponsors include Dewar’s Scotch Whisky, Reign Total Body Fuel, and StubHub.
Of course, similar to all the big Super Bowl parties like Maxim and Shaq’s Fun House, there will likely be celebs, professional athletes, and influencers in attendance on Saturday night. Sports Illustrated is known for bringing fans, pro athletes, and teams closer together, after all.
Last year’s events saw guests like will.i.am, Lil Jon, Aly Raisman, Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, Jasmine Sanders, Danny Trejo, and WWE superstars Mickie James and Mojo Rawley. Sports Illustrated models like cover girl Danielle Herrington got on stage with model friends Hunter McGrady, Haley Kalil, Kate Bock to pose for photos with Snoop, while SI swimsuit model Denise Bidot came out to party too. For a full recap of the 2019 shindig, check out our blog post on last year’s Sports Illustrated Saturday Night Lights Super Bowl Party.
What’s the Deal on Tickets?
Tickets to Sports Illustrated’s The Party can be found on their official website. They start at $500 and go up as high as you can handle.
The $500 tickets include VIP admission, premium open bars, and access to headline entertainment. For $1,500, you can purchase VIP seats at a shared table (and make some new friends!). These tickets include VIP admission as well as access to a table in the VIP lounge, unlimited select bottles, table service, and headline entertainment.
If you want the whole table and bottle service for you and some friends – anywhere from 1 to 10 people! – those start at $10,000 and go up in price as you move from the Patio VIP Tables up to the Gold, Platinum, and VIP Stage Front Table sections – all the way to $40,000! Browse ticket options with us.
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