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Superbowl Las Vegas 2024

The Local Guide to the Las Vegas Superbowl

Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers

Sunday, February 11, 2024

The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers for Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas. Football’s biggest game will be at Allegiant Stadium. The teams will be staying at Lake Las Vegas at either Hilton Lake Las Vegas or Westin Lake Las Vegas and practices will take place at Allegiant Stadium and Sam Boyd Stadium. Las Vegas is decked out in purple to celebrate more than a week of Super Bowl events across the city. Find everything you need to know about the Las Vegas Super Bowl in our Super Bowl Guide, designed just for families. 

Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas will be televised on CBS at 33opm Las Vegas time. 

Super Bowl Las Vegas Events

Las Vegas Superbowl Guide for Locals

Super Bowl Road Closures

Traffic will impact locals going to work and traveling around Las Vegas. Take a peek at all the Super Bowl road closures before you take a trip anywhere near the Las Vegas Strip or Allegiant Stadium.

Allegiant Stadium Way: • Full closure from Hacienda Ave. to Al Davis Way Jan. 8 – Feb. 15. 

Al Davis Way: • Full closure from Allegiant Stadium Way to Dean Martin Drive Jan. 8 – Feb. 15.  

Polaris Avenue: • Lane restrictions from Hacienda Ave. to Dewey Drive Jan. 16 – Feb. 2 with one lane northbound and one lane southbound available; business access maintained.

• Road closed to through traffic from Hacienda Ave. to Lot W Feb. 3 – Feb. 9 with one lane northbound and one lane southbound available; business access maintained.

• Full closure from Lot W to Russell Road Feb 3 – Feb. 9; business access maintained. 

• Full closure from Ali Baba Lane to Russell Road Feb. 10 – Feb. 15; business access maintained.

Dewey Drive: 

• Lane restrictions from Terrible’s Garage driveway to Polaris Avenue Jan. 16 – Feb. 2; business access maintained. 

• Full closure from Terrible’s Garage driveway to Polaris Avenue Feb. 3 – Feb. 15; business access maintained.

Dean Martin Drive

• Lane restrictions from Russell Road to Lot N Jan. 18 – Jan. 31, with two lanes northbound and two lanes southbound available.

• Lane restrictions from Russell Road to Lot N Feb. 1 – Feb. 7, with one northbound lane and one southbound lane available.

• Full closure from Oquendo Road to Lot N Feb. 8 – Feb. 15; business access maintained.

• One-way northbound traffic only from Ali Baba Lane to Tropicana Ave. and no southbound travel Feb. 9 – Feb. 11.

Hacienda Avenue

• Full closure from Polaris Avenue to Luxor Drive Jan. 27 – Feb. 9; business access maintained from Valley View to Polaris Avenue. 

• Full closure from Polaris Avenue to the east of Luxor Drive Feb. 10 – Feb. 15; business access maintained from Valley View to Polaris Avenue. 

Sobb Avenue:  Full closure from Game Changers Sports driveway to Cameron St. Feb. 3 – Feb. 11; business access maintained.

Frank Sinatra Drive

• NDOT Work: Lane restrictions between Excalibur Way and Reno Ave. Jan. 24 – Feb. 1, with one lane northbound and one lane southbound available.

• Lane restrictions from Mandalay Bay Loading Dock to Russell Road Feb. 7 – Feb. 11, with one lane northbound and two lanes southbound available.

• Two southbound left turn lanes closed at the intersection of Caesars Service Drive Feb. 7 – Feb.  12.

Russell Road

• Closure of two eastbound left turn lanes at Frank Sinatra Drive & Russell Road Feb 7 – Feb 11.

• Lane restrictions from Frank Sinatra Drive to Las Vegas Boulevard Feb. 7 – Feb. 11, with three westbound and three eastbound lanes available.

• Access to the RTC bus stop on Russell Road to be maintained.

Winnick Avenue:  Lane restrictions from Linq Lane to Caesars Forum Feb. 8 – Feb. 11. 

Sammy Davis Jr. Drive

• Lane restriction from Goh Tong Way to Resorts World Employe/Delivery Entry Feb 8, 2 pm to 7 pm 

• Closure of the southbound turn lane into the employee entrance of Resorts World Feb. 8, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Sands Avenue:  Lane restrictions from Howard Hughes Parkway to Paradise Ave. with the closure of the north curb lane Feb. 9, 6 p.m. to Feb. 10 at 1 a.m.

Luxor Drive:  Closure from Reno Avenue to Mandalay Bay garage Feb. 10 – Feb 12.

Ali Baba Avenue:  One-way eastbound traffic only from Valley View Boulevard to Dean Martin Drive, and no westbound travel on Feb. 11.


NDOT I-15 Tropicana Interchange Project

All eastbound and westbound lanes at Tropicana and I-15 and all I-15 ramps closed from Jan. 27 to Feb. 1 for temporary Super Bowl configuration setup. The expanded configuration will be in place from Feb. 1 – Feb. 14. For more details:

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Super Bowl Opening Night at Allegiant Stadium 

The Opening Night event allows NFL fans to see the stadium completely decked out for Superbowl LVIII and witness players speak to the media. The cost of entry is $30.

This is the only time the two teams will be together in one location before Super Bowl Sunday. Doors open at 3pm and the first team takes the stage at 5pm.

Be sure to download the NFL OnePass and bring your own headphones to listen to the content at the Player podiums from your own device.

Purchase Tickets Here.

The Superbowl Experience

The NFL takes over Mandalay Bay South Convention Center starting Wednesday, February 7 through Saturday, February 10 with Super Bowl Experience. Experience the NFL’s football theme park with interactive games like the 40-yard dash, get star player autographs, take photos with the Super Bowl Rings and Vince Lombardi trophy, and visit NFL Shop presented by Visa. It’s the ultimate Super Bowl Week event with fun for all ages.

Tickets for the Super Bowl Experience presented by Toyota start at $25 on day one and $50 for the rest of the week. Tickets will be available in mid-December. Download the NFL OnePass app at NFL OnePass to be the first to know when tickets are released!


As of Wednesday, February 7, you can use the unlock code (top right of ticket page, click unlock) Raiders for 50% off tickets. We do not know how long this offer is valid. 

Kids 12 and under are FREE. 

Date: Wednesday, February 7 – Saturday, February 10, 2024

Location: Mandalay Bay South Convention Center, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89119

 HoursAdultsKids 12 & Under
Wednesday, Feb. 73 pm – 10 pm.$25FREE
Thursday, Feb. 83 pm – 10 pm$50FREE
Friday, Feb. 93 pm – 10 pm$50FREE
Saturday, Feb. 1010 am – 10 pm$50FREE

Shaq’s Fun House

Friday, February 9, 2024

Big Game Weekend’s most over-the-top festival will take over the most prestigious venue on the strip – XS at Wynn Las Vegas.  Shaq’s Fun House will once again pull out all of the stops to offer a legendary fan experience that includes an immersive carnival midway with performers & games, incredible live performances from Lil Wayne, Diplo, and the big man himself, DJ DIESEL aka Shaq, and so much more!


  • Live performances by Lil Wayne, Diplo, DIESEL, DJ IRIE, & Myles O’Neal
  • Access to Shaq’s Carnival Midway with games, circus performers, and more
  • Outdoor-Only Access to Shaq’s Fun House starting at 10PM
Shaq’s Fun House Tickets
$99 tickets are sold out. Tickets are starting at $149.99
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Guy’s Flavortown Tailgate

Sunday, February 11, 1030am – 330pm
The Linq Promenade


Enter Flavortown and discover Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives restaurant pop-ups, Guy’s custom culinary creations, musical performers, and tons of interactive tailgate fun at Big Game Sunday’s best tailgate!


GUY FIERI has secured the ultimate tailgate location, taking place in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, behind the High Roller & The LINQ Promenade. Part food festival, part music festival, Flavortown is an Open air oversized interactive festival. this unprecedented location is as close as it gets to the big game. Starting at 1030am until 330pm.  

Tost by Tostitos

February 8 – February 10, 2024
3786 S Las Vegas Boulevard, near the Brooklyn Bride at New York New York

Reserve your FREE spot HERE

Super Bowl LVIII Dining Experience – The Vegas Edition

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The neon signs, the nightlife, the culinary fusion. Las Vegas ignites all your senses, daring the ordinary. Inspired by Vegas energy, we bring you a one-of-a-kind dining experience that spotlights one amazing ingredient – CORN. Corn touches world cuisine in so many ways. Like a blank canvas, it invites creativity and transformation. We celebrate the power of this simple ingredient to unite cultures by bringing you a taste of deliciously unexpected dishes, bites, and drinks.

Pepsi Sip City 

Inside Excalibur Las Vegas

Pepsi has a few activations for Super Bowl weekend

Superbowl LVIII Pregame Entertainment

The NFL announced the pregame entertainment lineup for Super Bowl LVIII with music icon Reba McEntire set to sing the national anthem. Post Malone will sing “America the Beautiful.” and Andra Day will sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

Superbowl Las Vegas Halftime Show

Usher, an eight-time Grammy winner, will be headlining the halftime show for Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas. The halftime show is expected to begin around 5pm and last for 15 minutes.