Arizona Super Bowl

Arizona has already hosted three Super Bowls: at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe in 1996 and at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale in 2008 and 2015. The NFL voted to have Super Bowl LVIII in 2024 in New Orleans. Super Bowls in 2019-22 will be played in Atlanta, South Florida, Tampa Bay, and Los Angeles, respectively.

It’s official. Arizona will host its fourth Super Bowl in 2023

This will be the third time the game will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The previous times were in 2008 and 2015. The Super Bowl was played at Sun Devil Stadium in 1996.

A study commissioned by the host committee found the last Super Bowl generated an economic impact of $720 million to the local economy. The impact of a game in 2023 could exceed $1 billion, according to David Rousseau, chairman of the host committee.

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The parties and events during the week preceding Super Bowl Sunday are more important to some people than the actual game. We plan private and corporate Super Bowl events in our very own unique venues in Phoenix and Scottsdale. 17 venues to be exact are available but availability is limited during this time of the year. We efficiently plan events for all locations and deliver multiple, consistent executions. Our team is committed to delivering excellence and being fully accountable for the service they provide for the #BigGame clients.