In spite of the athletes being the ones in the spotlight during the game, the Super Bowl crowds are always packed with celebrities too. Actors, musicians, and other famous athletes come from all over the country, and even the world, to be a part of the action. And considering the big game is in Las Vegas this year, we can expect a huge star turnout.
Why The Super Bowl Attracts So Many Celebrities
There are a few reasons why the biggest football game of the year would bring in the stars. Many come to support their team. Others are there for the halftime show. And some are just sports fans who can afford the costly price of tickets.
Last year’s Super Bowl saw a huge turnout of celebrities, boston.com reported. Jay-Z came with daughter Blue Ivy Carter. Paul McCartney enjoyed the game from a private box. LeBron James and Elon Musk were there. So were Joel McHale, Kevin Hart, Bradley Cooper, Billie Eilish, H.E.R. and more.
And with the Super Bowl being in Las Vegas, not to mention for the first time ever, there’s bound to be even more celebrities this year. Some are already living near or in Las Vegas. Like Nicholas Cage, Mike Tyson, Celine Dion and Mark Wahlberg. And others are here for residencies and concerts in February. Including Adele, Kelly Clarkson and U2. Plus, with the 49ers playing, many California stars can easily hop a 1-hour flight to support their team.
All of this star power in Las Vegas means our hotspot after game party venues will be packed with people to see. So, if you’re out and about during Super Bowl weekend and you want to spot some celebrities, find your way down to the Las Vegas Strip.
And just so you know who to look out for, here are some people we think might be here for big game weekend.