Super Bowl LIII 2019 is going down at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday, February 3, 2019. This will be the third Super Bowl hosted in Atlanta and the first in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which opened in 2017 near the site of the former Georgia Dome. While the playoffs are in full swing at the time of publication, it isn’t too late to book a private jet and buy coveted tickets to the game.
How to Go to Super Bowl LIII
The best place to buy Super Bowl tickets is through the NFL. Ticket packages remaining at the time of publication include:
- Super Bowl LIII Stadium Seating: Starting at $3,700 (USD), this package includes an all-inclusive pregame party at the Georgia World Congress Center and 100-, 200-, or 300-level seats.
- Super Bowl LIII Premium Club Level Seating: Starting at $9,150 (USD), this package includes club-level sideline seating, access to the pregame party at the Georgia World Congress Center, in-game SunTrust Club access with tailgate fare and a private bar, and access to the post-game on-field celebration where you can walk out onto the field like a champion.
Where to Stay
The NFL offers hotel packages with and without tickets.
Atlanta Hotel Packages without Super Bowl Tickets
- Courtyard Atlanta Windy Hill/Ballpark
- Courtyard Cumberland Center
- Emory Conference Center
- Hampton Inn Atlanta-Buckhead
- Marriott Perimeter Center
- Wyndham Atlanta Galleria
Atlanta Hotel Packages with Super Bowl Tickets
Packages include a three-night stay, tickets for 300-level seats (upgrades available), and a commemorative Super Bowl LIII souvenir.
What Team Will Play?
It’s hard to say what teams will go head-to-head on Super Bowl Sunday until the playoffs are over. Favorites to play on the field include:
- New England Patriots
- New Orleans Saints
- Los Angeles Rams
- Kansas City Chiefs
- Chicago Bears
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- Minnesota Vikings
- Green Bay Packers
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Baltimore Ravens
- Houston Texans
- Dallas Cowboys
The Halftime Show
In September 2018, multiple outlets reported Maroon 5 will headline the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show. It is important to note, however, the NFL has not officially announced the Halftime performer at the time of publication. According to rumors, rapper Travis Scott will join the band during their performance.
Super Bowl Music Fest
In addition to energized pre- and post-game parties, there will be a three-night music festival with headlining concerts hosted by Anheuser-Busch at the State Farm Arena from January 31 to February 1.
- EA Sports Bowl performances on Thursday, January 31: Ludacris, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, Metro Boomin, Lil Jon DJ Set and more
- Super Friday performances on February 1: Aerosmith and Post Malone
- Super Bowl Eve on Saturday, February 2: Bruno Mars and Cardi B