Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party tickets 2024: How to buy, cheapest price and more to know for Las Vegas

Sports Illustrated’s annual Super Bowl party is back for another round — and some of the biggest names in the music industry have been invited.

Before the Chiefs and 49ers battle for the Lombardi Trophy, Bebe Rexha, The Chainsmokers and Kygo will take the stage at SI’s Super Bowl bash.

“I’m so excited to spice up Super Bowl weekend with Captain Morgan in Las Vegas!” Rexha told Billboard. “The energy is gonna be incredible, and we are about to serve great vibes, great music and amazing cocktails.”

Sounds like a pretty good night, right? Well, there is still time for you to add an event to your pre-Super Bowl schedule.

Here is everything you need to know about tickets for the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party, including the latest information on prices.

How to buy Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party tickets

Tickets for the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party are still available on StubHub. You can check out the all of the options by clicking on the link below.

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Cheapest, most expensive tickets for Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party

  • Cheapest: $179
  • Most expensive: $6,622

As of Feb. 2, the cheapest ticket listed on StubHub was $179, while the most expensive ticket was $6,622.

When is the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party?

  • Date: Saturday, Feb. 10
  • Time: 10 p.m. PT
  • Location: Wynn Las Vegas

The Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party will start around 10 p.m. PT on Saturday, Feb. 10. The event will be held at Wynn Las Vegas.

When is Super Bowl 2024?

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 11
  • Time: 6:30 p.m. ET | 3:30 p.m. PT
  • TV channel: CBS

Super Bowl 58 will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. local time) on Sunday, Feb. 11. The game will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

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Kansas City Chiefs’ path to Super Bowl 58

Week Date Opponent/Result
1 Sept. 7 Lions 21, Chiefs 20
2 Sept. 17 Chiefs 17, Jaguars 9
3 Sept. 24 Chiefs 41, Bears 10
4 Oct. 1 Chiefs 23, Jets 20
5 Oct. 8 Chiefs 27, Vikings 20
6 Oct. 12 Chiefs 19, Broncos 8
7 Oct. 22 Chiefs 31, Chargers 17
8 Oct. 29 Broncos 24, Chiefs 9
9 Nov. 5 Chiefs 21, Dolphins 14
10 BYE
11 Nov. 20 Eagles 21, Chiefs 17
12 Nov. 26 Chiefs 31, Raiders 17
13 Dec. 3 Packers 27, Chiefs 19
14 Dec. 10 Bills 20, Chiefs 17
15 Dec. 17 Chiefs 27, Patriots 17
16 Dec. 25 Raiders 20, Chiefs 14
17 Dec. 31 Chiefs 25, Bengals 17
18 Jan. 7 Chiefs 13, Chargers 12
Wild card Jan. 13 Chiefs 26, Dolphins 7
Divisional Jan. 21 Chiefs 27, Bills 24
AFC Championship Jan. 28 Chiefs 17, Ravens 10

San Francisco 49ers’ path to Super Bowl 58

Week Date Opponent/Result
1 Sept. 10 49ers 30, Steelers 7
2 Sept. 17 49ers 30, Rams 23
3 Sept. 21 49ers 30, Giants 12
4 Oct. 1 49ers 35, Cardinals 16
5 Oct. 8 49ers 42, Cowboys 10
6 Oct. 15 Browns 19, 49ers 17
7 Oct. 23 Vikings 22, 49ers 17
8 Oct. 29 Bengals 31, 49ers 17
9 BYE
10 Nov. 12 49ers 34, Jaguars 3
11 Nov. 19 49ers 27, Buccaneers 14
12 Nov. 23 49ers 31, Seahawks 13
13 Dec. 3 49ers 42, Eagles 19
14 Dec. 10 49ers 28, Seahawks 16
15 Dec. 17 49ers 45, Cardinals 29
16 Dec. 25 Ravens 33, 49ers 19
17 Dec. 31 49ers 27, Commanders 10
18 Jan. 7 Rams 21, 49ers 20
Divisional Jan. 20 49ers 24, Packers 21
NFC Championship Jan. 28 49ers 34, Lions 31

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