The 57th Super Bowl will kick off on Sunday – here’s all you need to know about ticket price, time, date and how to watch the biggest game of the NFL season.
Often filled with drama, performance, politics and showbiz – the culmination of the NFL (National Football League) season is back for another year this weekend.
How much is a Super Bowl 2023 ticket?
There are 63,400 seats at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona, Phoenix where the Super Bowl is being held Sunday, but if you want one, you’ll have to pay thousands.
The Super Bowl finds itself in a unique place in the burning conversation across America’s entertainment industry for how much it costs to attend events.
The event, of course, is a hybrid of sports and music – a ticket for Sunday gets you a Rhianna show as well as Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs. So it’s going to cost a lot.
Tickets were averaging nearly $10,000 each, according to StubHub.
SeatGeek, another ticket selling website, shows ticket prices for Sunday’s game slowly declining and were averaging about $6,500 on Thursday.
The most expensive ticket on its website costs $30,000 and is located near the field; the cheapest is $4,200.
A storm is brewing, with The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs set to go head-to-head.
When is Super Bowl 57 in 2023?
Super Bowl 57 will be played on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023. Kickoff is slated for 6:30 p.m. ET and 4:30 p.m. local time.
What TV channel is the 2023 Super Bowl on?
FOX will broadcast Super Bowl 57.
Who is performing the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show?
Rihanna is the headliner of the Apple Music Halftime Show.
Who will sing the national anthem?
The American football show is known for its showbiz magic and touch of patriotic symbolism.
The national anthem often marks the opening of the grand event and has been a tradition year after year.
This year, country singer, songwriter and guitarist Chris Stapleton will be taking the lead.
Stapleton has previously reached the top of the country charts and has won eight Grammy Awards, among many others.