The biggest night in football is finally here! The 2023 Super Bowl is kicking off this Sunday and there are so many cool places to watch the game. Chicago really comes alive during a sports game, and this year’s faceoff is sure to be epic as the Kansas City Chiefs go up against the Philidelphia Eagles. Keep reading for a list of great game-day events!
There are a few local spots hosting game-day deals:
Attend The Promontory “Thank You For Football” tailgate party this Sunday, February 12 from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m. With live music, DJs, and more, it’s sure to provide an exciting atmosphere for the big game. General Admission tickets are currently going for $15. Address: 5311 South Lake Park Avenue West.
Cody’s Public House will be showing the Super Bowl, but they’ll also be hosting a puppy bowl viewing party beforehand. The Lakeview bar will turn all its TVs to this year’s Puppy Bowl from 12 to 4 p.m. With food and drink specials, a free buffet, and more, it’s sure to be a good time! Stop by for a drink and make sure to grab a free hotdog as well. Address: 1658 W Barry Ave, Chicago, IL
Reggie’s Chicago in South Loop is going all out. Usually known for their rock concerts, this year the music venue is throwing a Super Bowl party starting at 11 a.m. Alongside broadcasting the game, the party will also include a wing and sloppy joe eating contest along with a chili cookoff and plenty of live music! Address: 2105 S State St, Chicago, IL
Lottie’s Pub in Bucktown is also hosting a party this Sunday filled with drink and food deals galore. Spend gameday at the lowkey sports bar and enter for a chance to win $250 in prizes if you’re able to kick a field goal! Address: 1925 W Cortland St, Chicago, IL
As for the highly anticipated halftime show:
The halftime show is sure to be a hit with Rihanna’s first live performance in over four years! Details on her set list are still a secret but Rihanna fans and football enthusiasts alike can expect a spectacular show.
The Super Bowl LVII will air on Fox, but Rihanna’s performance will also be available on FoxSports.com, NFL+, and the NFL mobile app. Her 13-minute performance is sure to wow spectators, with a mashup of her most famous hits like “Please Don’t Stop the Music” “Diamonds” “SOS” and “Umbrella” predicted to make the list.