Sports Illustrated to hold Super Bowl LVIII party in Las Vegas

January 5, 2024
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The Party Presented by Captain Morgan will be at the Wynn Las Vegas XS Nightclub.

Sports Illustrated (SI) will bring back its SI The Party Presented by Captain Morgan for this year’s Super Bowl. The Big Game this year will be in Las Vegas.

SI will hold this year’s party at Wynn Las Vegas' XS Nightclub on February 10. Ticket prices for the event start at $99. VIP seating will also be available.

Football fans can experience live entertainment and musical performances. This year’s party will be headlined by The Chainsmokers, Kygo and other special guests.

The company said in a statement, “Captain Morgan will not only curate the official cocktail of the event but also host an on-site experience for guests to enjoy, feature Diageo spirits across all bars and menus, and curate special onstage moments with Captain Morgan talent partners.”

The festivities will also include the 2023 NFL Fan of the Year Contest Presented by Captain Morgan. The venue will host 32 nominees and choose a winner from superfans who “spice up the game through their love of football.”

Captain Morgan VP Anne Nosko said that the company is excited to be part of Super Bowl weekend this year.

She commented, "Last year was only the beginning - we are pulling out all the stops, bringing all the spice to Las Vegas and the hottest party during football's biggest weekend.

"All season long, we've asked NFL fans to Follow the Captain to unlock one-of-a-kind experiences and we're thrilled to cap off an incredible season of adventure at SI The Party Presented by Captain Morgan."

Super Bowl LVIII will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on February 11. The game starts at 6:30PM.

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