The gaming world experts at ALL IN Magazine announce their Super Bowl Weekend party line-up hosted at one of the most elite private estates in Paradise Valley. The three exclusive events takes place from Friday, January 30 to Sunday, February 1 and support ALL IN Cause.

The Friday evening party features a live performance from Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show Band, The Roots. Saturday evening is a high stakes Celebrity Poker Tournament, while Sunday’s Ultimate Tailgate Party is devoted to the big game. These events are private with access by invitation only.

The almost five acre property is secluded at the foot of iconic Camelback Mountain, providing guests a private respite from public venues. Boasting a 3,000 square foot main lake and pristine landscape architecture, the estate will be transformed for each of the three themed events.

Friday, January 30: Kicking off Super Bowl weekend is a posh cocktail party featuring a live performance by The Roots. The four-time Grammy winners are one of the most respected hip-hop acts in the music industry and they are the official house band on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Their headlining concert is presented by Rolling Stone magazine.

Saturday, January 31: The temperature is guaranteed to rise during the ALL IN Celebrity Poker Tournament. Beginning at 3:30 in the afternoon, celebrities from the world of poker including Phil Hellmuth, Vanessa Rousso and Chris Moneymaker will take their seats at the tables with prizes including a Phil Ivey Las Vegas Experience, a Cabo San Lucas five-star vacation for 10 people, a private trip for 12 people to Las Vegas aboard Enrique Iglesias’ Gulfstream Jet and a World Poker Tour Experience. Phil Ivey’s Ivey League hosts the evening.

Sunday, February 1: Game day ignites at the Legends of Sports Tailgate Party. The family-friendly event begins at 1pm with pre-game broadcasts as current professional athletes and sports legends mingle. Set up in a tented space, the big screen will catch all live coverage including post-game analysis.