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5 of the Hottest Super Bowl Parties

Carly Curran | January 23, 2017 | Feature Features

While tickets to the game are hard to snag, some of the week's hottest parties are even more exclusive. Here's our list of where to get in on the action.

1. Super Week Concert Series: A series of three concerts hits this 62,500-square-foot traveling nightclub going up in Sawyer Yards. Bruno Mars and Taylor Swift headline Friday and Saturday night, respectively. Feb. 2-4, Club Nomadic

2. Luminaries of the Game: The Houston Super Bowl Host Committee’s signature event features dinner and superstar entertainment. Members of the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame and other sports celebrities come together with Houston glitterati to raise money for Touchdown Houston. Feb. 1, Marriott Marquis Houston

3. Super Bowl Live: The epicenter of football fever during Super Week has a schedule of free concerts by notable musical acts, and the lure of sports stars and celebrities conducting interviews nearby. Rumor has it that major broadcasting will be from One Park Place. All week, Discovery Green

4. The Marquee at Clé: Las Vegas’ hip hotel The Cosmopolitan brings its nightclub concept, The Marquee, to Houston for an extended weekend. The DJ lineup includes Tiësto on Friday and Skrillex on Saturday. Inside tables with bottle service (from $15,000 per night) will ensure front-and-center access to the dance floor and celebs. Feb. 2-5, Clé Nightclub

5. Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party: Last year in San Francisco, Avicii and Elle King performed. This year expect Diplo, Nas, Big Sean and DJ Cassidy. It’s sure to be a touchdown. Feb. 4, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston


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