Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s – NFL’s interactive football theme park – will return to Phoenix, Arizona, for Super Bowl LVII on Saturday, February 4 – Sunday, February 5, and from Thursday, February 9 – Saturday, February 11 at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Tickets go on sale Saturday, December 17 – 57 Days from Super Bowl LVII – at SuperBowl.com/ExperienceTickets. Tickets for Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s start at $20, and kids 12 and under can attend FREE every day. On the five days Super Bowl Experience is open, fans can also purchase tickets at the Phoenix Convention Center located at 100 N. Third St. between Washington and Monroe streets.
Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s will offer fans the opportunity to collect autographs from current NFL players and Legends, shop for merchandise from NFL Shop presented by Visa and participate in new and enhanced interactive games and youth football clinics. Super Bowl Experience will also feature photo opportunities with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a 40-yard dash against NFL players on LED screens and a Super Bowl display showcasing all 56 Super Bowl rings.
The NFL OnePass app is required for entry into Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s. For more information and a complete schedule of events for Super Bowl Experience, visit SuperBowl.com and download the NFL OnePass app. Fans who download and register for the NFL OnePass app will also be entered for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Super Bowl LVII.
Following the conclusion of the first weekend of Super Bowl Experience, the national kickoff to Super Bowl week commences with Super Bowl Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch. The fan-friendly event will return ahead of Super Bowl LVII and take place Monday, February 6, at 6 P.M. MST at the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
Fans are invited to be there for Super Bowl Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch, as hundreds of media members will interview the Super Bowl players and coaches for the first time during their sole public appearance in Arizona before taking the field for Super Bowl LVII. Opening Night is the only time the two teams will be together in one location prior to Super Bowl Sunday.
Tickets for Super Bowl Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch are $20, with no additional fees. Fans can visit SuperBowl.com/OpeningNight to purchase tickets starting Saturday, December 17.
Super Bowl Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch will also feature live entertainment, special appearances and autographs by NFL Legends, team mascots, fan photo opportunities, and the chance to win prizes, including two tickets to Super Bowl LVII by checking in with the Super Bowl OnePass app. Fans are encouraged to bring their own headphones so they can use their OnePass app to listen to the individual player interview feeds.
Fans can also tune-in to NFL Network, which is home to Super Bowl Opening Night, starting 6 PM MST. Coverage will be hosted by Rich Eisen from NFL Network Headquarters, while Michael Irvin will be live at Footprint Center interviewing all the main players of Super Bowl LVII. Super Bowl Opening Night coverage will also be featured on FS1 and ESPN2 starting at 6 PM MST.
In addition to Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Phoenix Convention Center and Super Bowl Opening Night presented by Fast Twitch at the Footprint Center, the NFL, in partnership with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, will take over downtown Phoenix with a second interactive experience — Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at Hance Park — from Thursday, Feb. 9 – Sunday, Feb. 12. Super Bowl Experience at Hance Park, which is FREE to fans of all ages, will be a multi-day, outdoor festival featuring live music and entertainment, local cuisine and multicultural celebrations. The first-ever NFL sanctioned Super Bowl LVII Watch Party will begin at 11 A.M. MST on Super Bowl Sunday and fans are permitted to bring outdoor folding chairs.
For more information on the event and updates on other Super Bowl LVII celebrations, fans may visit SuperBowl.com/EventInfo.