Fan Guide to the Super Bowl Experience in Downtown Phoenix

Editorial StaffFebruary 5, 2023
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Staged in Downtown Phoenix, this weeklong celebration of all things Super Bowl includes autograph signings, skills and drills games, outdoor live music and much more. It will take place at two primary venues: the Phoenix Convention Center and Margaret T. Hance Park.

SBX “At The Park”

When: February 9-12
Cost: Free

Pro Tip: Parking

Instead of fighting Downtown traffic, park at a Valley Metro park-and-ride lot along Camelback Road or Washington Street and take the light rail Downtown. Visit for a map of parking spots.

Produced by the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, this free, multi-day, outdoor festival at Margaret T. Hance Park will take place the week leading up to the big game. Attractions include live music, food trucks and games.

SBX “At The Convention Center”

When: February 4-5 and February 9-11
Cost: $20-$40 adults; kids free;

The ticketed half of the Super Bowl Experience is where you’ll find the NFL’s interactive football theme park. Attractions include autograph sessions with NFL stars past and present, skills games, and the Vince Lombardi Trophy itself. Tickets will go on sale in December.

NFL Skills Challenge

Bring your your A game to the Super Bowl Experience for these skills games. Who knows? You might catch a scout’s eye.

  • Two-minute drill: Test your quarterback mastery by quickly passing the ball down the field and into three targets before the clock runs out
  • Field Goal Kick: Kick a field goal through the NFL uprights, earn the respect of your friends.
  • Hail Mary: Can you throw the deep ball? Test your long-distance accuracy by throwing a ball over defenders into a drop-in net.
  • Kick, Run, Throw, Defend: Tap into the skillsets that define all great NFL players.


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