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In just a few days, thousands will flock to Las Vegas for Super Bowl weekend. The biggest sporting event of the year, taking place in the entertainment capital of the world. While there will be plenty of events set up around the Big Game all over town, sports fans may be on the look out for other ways to experience all Sin City has to offer before kick off.
Thankfully, there are hundreds of exciting shows taking place all across Vegas on any given day. That’s doubly true on the run-up to the game, with a lineup of concerts, live comedy, and more to rival even the appeal of catching a glimpse of Travis Kelce’s pop star girlfriend in the owner’s box. From U2’s Sphere residency to iconic pop stars to all-star comedy showcases, there’s something for everyone.
So if you’re heading to Las Vegas with Super Bowl tickets in hand and seeking some extra enjoyment before you head to Allegiant Stadium, StubHub has you covered. They even still have tickets to the game itself, if you’re looking to really make a weekend out of it! Below, find a list of the best Las Vegas experiences on offer during Super Bowl weekend, and grab tickets with the confidence of view-from-seat previews and 100% order guarantees through StubHub’s FanProtect program. You may want to gamble in Vegas, but you can’t lose with these can’t-miss events.
U2:UV Achtung Baby Live (MSG Sphere — Feb. 7th, 9th, and 10th)
U2’s U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at MSG Sphere, photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for Live Nation
Ah, The Sphere. It’s a dazzling new feature of the Las Vegas strip, and it’s been a major hit since it opened in November. With U2 serving as the first band to play at the cinematic, psychedelic venue, seeing that marvelous marble with your own eyes (instead of just on the Grammy telecast) is even more enticing. So why not pregame the Big Game with the Super Bowl of Visually Stunning Concert Residencies? The band doesn’t have long before they wrap up their run of shows at The Sphere in March, so catch them while you can — and prepare to be wowed.
Weekends with Adele (The Colosseum in Caesars Palace — Feb. 9th and 10th
Adele, photo courtesy of Live Nation
All good things must come to an end, and Adele’s epic Las Vegas residency is no exception. The superstar singer has announced the final dates of her wildly successful “Weekends with Adele,” and, luckily for 49ers and Chiefs fans, those dates include Super Bowl weekend. So before you roll deep with your crew at Allegiant, get “Rolling in the Deep” at The Colosseum; make the most of your weekend by saying “Hello” to one of the greatest modern singers; yes, these jokes are bad, but please go “Easy on Me.” If nothing else, it’ll give you a chance to warm up those vocal cords so that you can cheer both loudly and on key come Sunday.
Bruno Mars (Dolby Live at Park MGM — Feb. 5th, 7th, and 9th)
Bruno Mars, photo courtesy of artist
Las Vegas has its fair share of vocal powerhouses (see above), but no one has as much fun blowing the house down as Bruno Mars. From his early solo hits to his smooth jams with Silk Sonic, his shows at Park MGM are a tour de force and a damn good time. Plus, kicking off Super Bowl weekend with a Friday night Bruno Mars show is a certifiably great way to start your Vegas adventure. It’s been a while since Bruno Mars’ last solo album, so he may even debut new music – who knows!
Tom Segura and Bret Kreischer (MGM Grand Garden Arena — Feb. 10th)
Tom Segura and Bert Kreischer, photo courtesy of MGM Grand
Two of the biggest touring comedians in the world and co-hosts of the chart-topping 2 Bears 1 Cave podcast, Tom Segura and Bret Kreischer are going deep in Las Vegas. The duo’s special “Go Deep” co-headlining show at the MGM Grand the evening before the Big Game is sure to be as wild as any Mahomes-Kelce connection on Sunday. After all, watching football is just watching two teams toss an oblong object around if you’re not doing it with your pals, and no friendship in comedy is as entertaining as Segura and Kreischers — so join the fun.
Zach Bryan (Bud Light Backyard Tour at the Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan, Feb. 9th)
Zach Bryan, photo by Ben Kaye
It’s one of the hottest tickets on the market right now, and it’s likely that scoring a seat for Zach Bryan will only get more difficult as his 2024 tour goes on. The country star will be taking over The Cosmopolitan on February 9th, set to dazzle audiences with his outlaw energy, killer backup band, and hypnotic stage presence. There hasn’t been a country star like Bryan in a minute where the setup of a man with a guitar can somehow still feel electrifying; don’t miss the chance to hear “Heading South” or the recent Grammy winner’s many other hits live for yourself this weekend.
Kelly Clarkson (Live at the Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood, Feb. 9th and 10th)
Kelly Clarkson, photo courtesy of The Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood
There’s no better endorsement of the democratic system at work than the way the United States absolutely nailed it with one of the most important votes of the 21st century: crowning Kelly Clarkson our first-ever American Idol in 2002. Still blowing our minds with her inimitable vocals all these years later, the popstar/talkshow host will be at the Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood on February 9th and 10th to treat audiences to cuts from throughout her career and her most recent Grammy-nominated project, Chemistry. Thanks to popular demand, this residency, billed as “An Intimate Night with Kelly Clarkson,” was extended from its original run, now coinciding with Super Bowl weekend.
Wu-Tang Clan: The Saga Continues… The Las Vegas Residency (The Theater at Virgin Hotels, Feb. 9th and 10th)
Wu-Tang Clan, photo by Kyle Christy
RZA said that Wu-Tang Clan heading to Las Vegas was about showing “that hip-hop can go where any other art form has gone before.” If you’re going to prove that a hip-hop residency can work in the residency-rich city, launching it on Super Bowl weekend is a hell of a way to prove your point. The legendary rap crew will hold their first of (so far) two two-night stands The Theater at Virgin Hotels on February 9th and 10th, and the kick off shows will certainly be a sight to behold before… well, kick off.
Christina Aguilera (Voltaire Belle De Nuit at the Venetian, Feb. 9th and 10th)
Christina Aguilera, photo by Alex Loucas
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but it feels like it would be hard not to spill stories about seeing Christina Aguilera at the Voltaire Belle De Nuit at The Venetian. She’ll be taking the stage both February 9th and 10th, giving you multiple opportunities to enjoy her powerhouse vocals in person. This is Xtina’s second residency in Sin City, and she’s returned with a slew of fabulous outfits and selections from her expansive discography. From the bench of the Big Game to “Beautiful,” people — we all have the range!
Gronk Beach with Afrojack, Flo Rida, DJ Irie, Dante (Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas — Feb. 10th)
Photo courtesy of Gronk Beach
No NFL star throws a party like Rob Gronkowski, so of course the Super Bowl champion tight end will be putting on the biggest day party in Las Vegas during Super Bowl weekend. Gronk Beach will take over the Wynn’s Encore Beach Club on Saturday, February 10th with music from Afrojack, Flo Rida, DJ Irie, and Dante. Of course, Gronk himself will be on hand, with promises that the beach-themed venue will be packed with the “biggest names in sports and entertainment.” A true Vegas experience blended right into a football experience, this is a Gronk Smash kind of score.
Shaq’s All-Star Comedy Jam (The Theater at Resorts World Las Vegas — Feb. 9th and 10th)
Photo courtesy of Resorts World Las Vegas
Shaquille O’Neal might have played with a different ball than the one the 49ers and Chiefs will be battling over, but that doesn’t mean he can’t get in on the action of Super Bowl weekend. Enter Shaq’s All-Star Comedy Jam, a two-night event offering levity before the dramatics of Sunday night. Hosted by Deon Cole and featuring comedians D.L. Hughley, Earthquake, Desi Banks, and Aida Rodriguez, both nights are sure to be gut-bustingly hilarious. You can even pass off a few of the jokes as your own at Sunday’s tailgate — we won’t tell anyone.